Third Party Lenses

7Artisans to announce an RF 10mm f/2.8 Fisheye soon

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According to Sony Addict, 7Artisans will be releasing an RF 10mm f/2.8 fisheye for full-frame. They will also be launching three new APS-C lenses for various crop sensor mounts.

7Artisans RF 10mm f/2.8 Fisheye Specifications:

Focal Length 10mm
Maximum Aperture f/2.8
Minimum Aperture f/22
Lens Construction 8 groups, 11 elements
Minimum Focusing Distance 0.17m
Sensor Type Full-Frame
Aperture Ring De-Clicked Aperture Ring
Lens Anti-Shake No IS
Aperture Blades 8 Blades
Angle of View 178°
Lens Material Metal
Weight 570g
Focusing Method Manual Focus
Mount RF E Z L

I have updated the third party RF list to include this upcoming lens, you can see all of the third party lenses available for the RF mount here.

Stig Nygaard

7DII & G5XII
CR Pro
Jul 10, 2013
100
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Apparently a Samyang Cine 14mm T3.1 has also been announced:
 

privatebydesign

EOS-1D X Mark III
CR Pro
Jan 29, 2011
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Full frame fisheye with 10mm focal length? Which projection would it use?
Does it matter? Software will be able to change the projection to anything else.

It still won’t get you the coverage of the Nikon 7.5mm or it’s replacement the Nikon 8mm full frame circular fisheye. Or close to the ultimate fisheye so far for FF cameras, the Nikon 6.5mm with a 220º field of view, yep, it can see behind itself! It was originally developed for atmospheric observations.
 

Antono Refa

EOS R
Mar 26, 2014
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Does it matter? Software will be able to change the projection to anything else.

I'm curios.

Also, take that attitude to the extreme, and you can tell people to shoot everything with a fisheye, change projection to rectilinear with software, and crop. Voila, cheap replacement to the 800mm f/5.6.

It still won’t get you the coverage of the Nikon 7.5mm or it’s replacement the Nikon 8mm full frame circular fisheye.

An EF 8-15mm f/4L and adapter combo would get one there.

Or close to the ultimate fisheye so far for FF cameras, the Nikon 6.5mm with a 220º field of view, yep, it can see behind itself! It was originally developed for atmospheric observations.

There's a Nikon F to Canon RF adapter that would allow mounting the Nikon 6.5mm on RF cameras. I'm not sure how many photographers have the deep pockets to buy it, and a real usage scenario for it, e.g. VR.