Lenses / Re: Canon Announces Two New EF Ultra Wide-Angle Zoom Lenses and White EOS Rebel SL1 Digital SLR Came« on: May 13, 2014, 03:55:43 PM »
I'll take one 16-35 f/4L IS to go please.
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Again, speak for yourself. I don't own a fish eye and never would own one but a rectilinear UW gets much use. I do believe many have asked for a sharper 17-40L.
If you are in the 14mm rectilinear market, and many are not, then the original Canon EF 15mm fisheye defished beats the pants off many, including, in my experience (with two different models), the Canon 14mm MkII.
The fisheyes are way more than just a silly niche, they can be put to very creative use, software expands that potential exponentially and at very high IQ levels.
Good for you PBD. I'd love to see some nice creative shots with your work with fisheyes, stretched or un-stretched. There is many users who enjoy fisheyes and seen great shots with them, but I still have no need for one.
Can you tell which are fisheye, which are rectilinear, which are fish and which are defished?
This is not quite deep-sky, but might be "landscape".
This is a composite image of the 2012 Perseid Meteor shower taken with a Canon 1DX and a rented Canon 8-15mm f/4.0L lens. The underlying background is a single image. I captured meteors throughout the night and picked the brightest ones to copy onto the background image. LightRoom and Photoshop CC were used to make the composite.
Thanks for looking,
Hmmm, I don't think it's a question of extension tubes, there's something wrong with the camera or lens. Mine achieves 1:1 at about 30cm from the subject (using a 7D)...and can focus a bit closer tack sharp. Same subjects:
Less than 30% crop on both pics.
I am confused. The spec says the minimum focusing distance is 30 cm with a magnification of 1x. So can you state the problem again?