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Nikon AF-S FISHEYE NIKKOR 8-15mm f/3.5-4.5E ED F/4.5-29 Fixed Zoom Camera Lens, Black - SoppiGO
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Nikon AF-S FISHEYE NIKKOR 8-15mm f/3.5-4.5E ED F/4.5-29 Fixed Zoom Camera Lens, Black

$1,246.95

Last updated on December 7, 2021 2:34 am

$1,246.95

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  • Widest NIKKOR fisheye Lens yet and the first with zoom capability
  • Capture EPIC 180 Degree circular images and traditional frame-filling fisheye images
  • Close focusing up to 0.5 inches from your subject for macro-style fisheye images
  • Weather-sealed design and Nikon protective fluorine Coat for use in harsh conditions
  • Equally suited for still photography and video work

Specification: Nikon AF-S FISHEYE NIKKOR 8-15mm f/3.5-4.5E ED F/4.5-29 Fixed Zoom Camera Lens, Black

Product Dimensions 3.27 x 3.27 x 3.27 inches
Item Weight 1.07 pounds
ASIN B071LTFPDQ
Item model number 20066
Batteries 1 CR2 batteries required.
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Best Sellers Rank 559 in SLR Camera Lenses
Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No
Date First Available May 31, 2017
Manufacturer Nikon

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  1. arsallot

    This lens is not cheap, but the reward of having a zoom option and AF is pretty good. I have been using a 6.5mm manual focus off brand. This lens is a little bigger in size, but not as heavy as you would think. Plastic body, but doesn’t feel cheap. If you want the circular affect at 8mm you need to remove the hood. Note there is a button on this hood, don’t force it to turn! This is the first lens I’ve had with such a button, and I struggled with it until I noticed the button. Just remember once that hood is off there is nothing stopping anything hitting the glass. So be mindful when shooting. The lens is sharp. I always struggled with the manual lens I have been using, but now I can nail my focus much easier. I wish it wasn’t a variable aperture, but it is what it is. I would love to see a wider and consistent f/ one day, but I’m sure that would make the lens that much more expensive.

    Is it worth the price? Well, I say if you have the money and accept that this probably wont stay on your camera all the time as a go to lens (unless you are specializing in fisheye) then yes, it is worth it. Several reviews online have suggested this lens for a few fun shots at wedding receptions, or event, but not as main lens for the shoot or event. If you’re on a budget, think fisheye as a toy, and not a tool to get a few creative shots every now and then, no. Go with a cheaper manual focus and use it as a toy. This won’t be your money maker lens for the professionals, but it could allow you to be able to offer something a little different to your clients as something fun without the patience and effort you would need with a cheaper manual lens.

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  2. Steve Fisher

    Very sharp, fast focus, great being able to go from circular image to a diagonal one in the same lens. It perfectly replaces the 10.5mm DX I used on full frame to get the almost circular image and the 16mm FX lens I used other times. Simply a fantastic lens.

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  3. Michael Ashley

    Great quality and fun to use.

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  4. Dean K. Gibson

    I had the excellent Nikon AF 16mm f/2.8 fisheye for over a decade, but that lens will not autofocus with the new Nikon Z camera series with the Nikon FTZ adapter.

    So, I replaced it with this fisheye lens, which does autofocus with the FTZ adapter, & also is a better & more flexible lens optically. The only disadvantage in the upgrade, is that you lose about one f-stop in the maximum aperture.

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  5. RFC

    For some Nikon lenses, there is software out there that corrects fisheye distortion. Sometimes you want to correct the distortion, some times not. If this is important to you, you should make that your software works with this lens. Mine does not, but that is not a big problem, as I only use this lens when I want a bit of distortion. As with all my other Nikon gear, quality is first rate.

    BTW: If you are really serious about this purchase, there are LOTS of sites out on the web with better lens reviews than this one.

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  6. StevenB

    This is the sharpest fisheye lens I have used. Distortion is very well controlled for such a wide angled lens. The zoom is fantastic from full fisheye to full frame fisheye. Very happy with this purchase.

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  7. JimA

    Great clarity and versatility. It does take some getting used to. Just take off the sun shade. It just interferes with the field of view

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  8. Winter

    I have owned the 10.5mm DX fisheye and currently own the 16mm f/2.8 fisheye and the new 8-15mm is as good in terms of image quality and has the zoom capabilities. It is an ultra wide zoom from 15mm down to nearly 8mm where it then becomes a true fisheye. An expensive lens but you are getting two lenses for the price.

    A brilliant hood design allows you to move the hood at the 8mm focal length so it does not block the fisheye effect but the rest of the time you have the protection from stray light. The lens also has the nano coating that reduces flare and this is not something I have with the 16mm fisheye or third party lenses. Very small and lightweight lens as full frame zooms go and so it is seldom not going to be in my camera bag.

    I have the Nikon 14-24mm f/2.8 and their much smaller and lighter 18-35mm f/3.5G lens and I can see myself taking the 18-35mm and this 8-15mm when traveling overseas in place of the 14-24mm lens. Where the 8-15mm will be superb is with interior shots of cathedrals or temples or for scenic areas, forests as well as wide open spaces.

    It will in theory work with a 27mm x 29mm filter slid into a holder at the back of the lens. In theory because no one makes filters this size and the thickness needed is not specified. With the Nikon 16mm f/2.8 fisheye one got a set of slide in filters but Nikon has not bothered to do anything similar for the 8-15mm lens.

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  9. IMW

    I previously owned the Nikon 16mm f/2.8 AF-D fisheye and this is such a huge step up from that in every way. Even though it’s a zoom, however, it’s more practical as a 2-step lens with 8mm and 15mm being the most suitable for work, since you otherwise experience vignetting from the camera sensor when zoomed in between, even when the hood is removed — but this is to be expected. If I had one wish, I would have inverted the variable f/3.5-4.5 aperture to be f/3.5 at the 15mm end of the zoom range, but that’s just me, as I tend to use the lens much more in its full-frame capacity, versus at the 8mm circular end.

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  10. jandersrobinson

    I have only used it a few times and it performs perfectly

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    Nikon AF-S FISHEYE NIKKOR 8-15mm f/3.5-4.5E ED F/4.5-29 Fixed Zoom Camera Lens, Black
    Nikon AF-S FISHEYE NIKKOR 8-15mm f/3.5-4.5E ED F/4.5-29 Fixed Zoom Camera Lens, Black

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