Fuji X10, Rokinon Fisheye, Olympus 45mm

Available again, the fast moving Fuji X10 is currently in stock
find-price-button Fuji X10 Digital Camera

A few other popular items you might have been eyeballing are also available.
find-price-button Rokinon 7.5mm Fisheye lens for Micro Four Thirds

find-price-button Olympus 45mm F/1.8 for Micro Four Thirds

7 thoughts on “Fuji X10, Rokinon Fisheye, Olympus 45mm

  1. imgpro615

    @grace, @ben, @emm thanks for this thread of convo...i am definitely eyeing that lens..."self-santa" missed out on it this month but seems he tossed it out of the sleigh and it will land sometime midmonth jan 2012...

  2. grace

    Thanks Ben! Will grab Rokinon 8mm Ultra Wide Angle f/3.5 Fisheye Lens for Canon EF Mount. Had one last question--as a beginner--will NOT having AF be a problem?

  3. Grace

    Yikes! Is that assist still with you? Thank you for the clarification on the EF and EFS lens--but having said that, out of the two Rokinons--which would you recommend?

  4. Emm

    Post author

    @Grace - Yes. Canon cameras that have EF-S mount can also use EF lenses. Canon cameras that have only EF mounts (full frame) 'Cannot' use EF-S lenses. The EF-S lens won't even mount, and if you try to force it, the focus screen falls off. I had an assistant try to do that to one of my Canon 5D Mark IIs. LOL.

  5. Grace

    Emm--thank you for the response. i'm a novice--an EF lens can be used for both full frame and crop sensor? However, I do understand that it would not be a true 8mm on a 60d.

    2nd part of that question would be which out of the two rokinon lenses would you recommend--sharper--better for both pic and video?


  6. Emm

    Post author

    @Grace - All EF mounts are compatible with Canon cameras. The EF-S mount is the one that is not compatible with Full Frame Canon cameras. Keep in mind through that it may not be a true 8mm when mounted to a Canon 60D (crop factor).

  7. Grace

    Emm--what do you think of this lens?

    Rokinon 8mm Ultra Wide Angle f/3.5 Fisheye Lens for Canon EF Mount

    it's compatible to canon 60d?

Comments are closed.