• 52MM 0.35x Altura Photo HD Fisheye Wide Angle Lens (w/Macro Portion) for Nikon D7100 D7000 D5500 D5300 D5200 D5100 D3300 D3200 D3100 D3000 DSLR Cameras
  • 52MM 0.35x Altura Photo HD Fisheye Wide Angle Lens (w/Macro Portion) for Nikon D7100 D7000 D5500 D5300 D5200 D5100 D3300 D3200 D3100 D3000 DSLR Cameras
  • 52MM 0.35x Altura Photo HD Fisheye Wide Angle Lens (w/Macro Portion) for Nikon D7100 D7000 D5500 D5300 D5200 D5100 D3300 D3200 D3100 D3000 DSLR Cameras
  • 52MM 0.35x Altura Photo HD Fisheye Wide Angle Lens (w/Macro Portion) for Nikon D7100 D7000 D5500 D5300 D5200 D5100 D3300 D3200 D3100 D3000 DSLR Cameras
  • 52MM 0.35x Altura Photo HD Fisheye Wide Angle Lens (w/Macro Portion) for Nikon D7100 D7000 D5500 D5300 D5200 D5100 D3300 D3200 D3100 D3000 DSLR Cameras
  • 52MM 0.35x Altura Photo HD Fisheye Wide Angle Lens (w/Macro Portion) for Nikon D7100 D7000 D5500 D5300 D5200 D5100 D3300 D3200 D3100 D3000 DSLR Cameras
  • 52MM 0.35x Altura Photo HD Fisheye Wide Angle Lens (w/Macro Portion) for Nikon D7100 D7000 D5500 D5300 D5200 D5100 D3300 D3200 D3100 D3000 DSLR Cameras
52MM 0.35x Altura Photo HD Fisheye Wide Angle Lens (w/Macro Portion) for Nikon D7100 D7000 D5500 D5300 D5200 D5100 D3300 D3200 D3100 D3000 DSLR Cameras
52MM 0.35x Altura Photo HD Fisheye Wide Angle Lens (w/Macro Portion) for Nikon D7100 D7000 D5500 D5300 D5200 D5100 D3300 D3200 D3100 D3000 DSLR Cameras
52MM 0.35x Altura Photo HD Fisheye Wide Angle Lens (w/Macro Portion) for Nikon D7100 D7000 D5500 D5300 D5200 D5100 D3300 D3200 D3100 D3000 DSLR Cameras
52MM 0.35x Altura Photo HD Fisheye Wide Angle Lens (w/Macro Portion) for Nikon D7100 D7000 D5500 D5300 D5200 D5100 D3300 D3200 D3100 D3000 DSLR Cameras
52MM 0.35x Altura Photo HD Fisheye Wide Angle Lens (w/Macro Portion) for Nikon D7100 D7000 D5500 D5300 D5200 D5100 D3300 D3200 D3100 D3000 DSLR Cameras
52MM 0.35x Altura Photo HD Fisheye Wide Angle Lens (w/Macro Portion) for Nikon D7100 D7000 D5500 D5300 D5200 D5100 D3300 D3200 D3100 D3000 DSLR Cameras
52MM 0.35x Altura Photo HD Fisheye Wide Angle Lens (w/Macro Portion) for Nikon D7100 D7000 D5500 D5300 D5200 D5100 D3300 D3200 D3100 D3000 DSLR Cameras

52MM 0.35x Altura Photo HD Fisheye Wide Angle Lens (w/Macro Portion) for Nikon D7100 D7000 D5500 D5300 D5200 D5100 D3300 D3200 D3100 D3000 DSLR Cameras

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  • Easily screws on to the front of your lens, and instantly expands the field of view for outstanding fisheye photography. Features a detachable macro lens for extremely high-resolution close-ups of small objects.
  • NOTE: PLEASE VERIFY YOUR CAMERA'S LENS THREAD SIZE BEFORE ORDERING. This Fisheye adapter is compatible with 52MM lenses only. Lens sizes vary regardless of camera brand or model. Your camera's lens thread size will be marked somewhere on the lens barrel or printed underneath your lens cap. This number is always preceded by a """" (diameter) symbol. For example: 52= 52mm lens thread size.
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New Love So far so good. The threading isn't awesome (the macro portion actually fell off at one point while I was shooting) but overall I think it's good for the price. It's made of metal so it definitely has a good weight and feels decent.Some things I've learned so far that may be helpful for beginners like me: don't put this on a 50mm 1.8 lens, you'll get a ridiculous blur. I put it on my stock 18-55mm for my canon rebel xti (in the 58mm version) and had way more success.Also, after using a 50mm for so long it took a lot of getting used to before I realized it was okay to get insanely close to an object to shoot it with the macro. I almost returned it thinking it just wouldn't focus, you almost have to be touching what you're shooting.Attaching a photo of my first attempt shooting jewelry with it. 4Good lens... special surprise! This a pretty good fish eye lens. It does exactly what it is supposed to do. What's interesting, though, is that on my 50mm lens, at 1.8 (widest aperture), it has a certain "glow" to it. A sort of out of focus shine to it. At first I thought it was just out of focus, but then, I realized how cool it looks. Very dreamy. An unexpected surprise that I am flowing with and using to my advantage. Same issue with seeing the outer ring when using at wide angle settings - 18mm - 24mm - as with the .43 wide angle lens adapter (which is actually .63, which is better because it cancels out the crop factor on my T3i) but if I use it on my 18 - 55 kit lens and just bring it a little closer to around 28mm, the ring goes away. That said, when I want the actual fish-eye effect, like looking through a peep hole, it works great. 4Great Attachment for the Price! First of all, the only con: I have a Nikon D3300, and used a 52mm lens. This screwed on VERY tightly. So tight, that I had to put quite a bit of effort to get the last half of the threads in (I did not crossthread or otherwise misalign things, it's just a thousandth or so oversize, would be my guess).However, used on an 18-55mm lens, it gave a wonderful fisheye effect, with more clarity that I would have expected from an attachment of this price. Unfortunately you cannot get a "full" circle, as the very top and bottom are slightly out of frame. This may just be because the D3300 has an APS-C sensor though.One thing is a bit confusing though (at least it was to me), I didn't realize that the "macro" lens needed to be attached in order to take normal photos, or that it was meant to be used separately for macro-photography (I already have lenses / ext. tubes for macro work anyway), so when I took the macro portion off and tried to use the main segment by itself, I was stuck wondering why I couldn't focus, haha. Just something to be aware of. 5WOW!!! and AMAZING When i first saw this lens i was like, sure its going to be a fisheye with macro. I did not believe even after reading the reviews... I'm a photographer and i got this lens knowing i was going to do a destination wedding, even with still being uncertain, so i was on the beach saying im am just going to try it, and to my surprise, i was like WOW!!!.... it blows my mind to how sharp and clare this bad boy is, and not to mention the fisheye effect was bar none BEAUTIFUL!!!I have attached here images to show the result, you will get dark edges if you go too wide with your lens, but it's nothing photoshop cannot fix :)Pros: LotsCons: Dark edges when going too wide with the lens, nothing photoshop can't fix tho. 5Great fisheye lens without breaking the bank This is a great little add-on to your gear bag. The fisheye attachment is inexpensive, but it's well made and very sturdy. I've attached some snapshots taken with my Nikon D3300 and the stock 18-55 lens. It does an excellent good job for the money.Even though the product description states otherwise, in my opinion, you'll need to set your camera to manual focus and manual mode to use this lens properly. Be willing to learn how to use this attachment. When using the fisheye, you'll have to make adjustments when composing your shots. The fisheye effect is nice and it's clearly visible when used properly, but it can vignette badly. As a side note, you can use the macro and the fisheye together (as I did in the coin and billiards photos), or the macro alone (as I did in the housefly photo), but you CAN NOT use the fisheye without the macro.You will experience some focus drop off and vignetting around the edges as illustrated in my snapshots, but you'll get that to some degree with any fisheye or macro lens. Remember, you're paying 20-30 bucks for this lens as opposed to hundreds or even thousands. In my opinion, you get much more than you pay for. All in all, this is a great attachment and it works as it should. It's affordable, useful, it's worth having around when you need it and it doesn't take up too much space. Mine came with a cap for both ends and a "leatherish" carrying bag. I'd recommend this product and I'd buy it again.PROS:-sturdy and well made-works well (with a little practice)-easily attaches to lens-adds a nice effect to your photos-macro lens can be used without the fisheye-comes with caps and a caseCONS:-significant focus drop off at edgesOVERALL:Great buyGreat quality for the priceGreat choice for beginner/intermediate level 4So far it's great. It feels really solid I was told these were a gimmick in the past. After watching a video review of this model I snatched one up.So far it's great. It feels really solid. I've played with it on an 18-55mm kit lens on a Nikon d3k series camera. From 18-30mm I get a very cool fisheye effect. For the real estate agents saying it doesn't work, that's exactly what it's supposed to do. Try increasing the focal length slightly until the corners return and you will still have a wider angle shot than without this attachment. 5Perfect all the way around!! Gotta love Amazon!! The order was received in 2 days with free shipping (I'm a Prime member)...and the product is exactly what I wanted. It takes the 18-55mm kit lens for my daughter's Canon T3i (which is equivalent to a 27mm film lens) and makes it basically a 10mm lens, ideal for any occasion where a wider angle lens is needed. A friend of mine owns a Nikon 12mm lens he paid $2,500 for. It's really nice. But I paid 100 times less, and the results from mine are really nice too!Why did I buy it?I do real estate marketing for a living (design and printwork) and I bought my daughter the Canon for Christmas. She's got a great eye for photography, and I wanted to introduce her to real estate photography. Well, she had her first photo shoot last Saturday, and the photos came out really well. However, I could tell that the images we took, weren't as wide of an angle as those taken by professional real estate photographers. So...I asked one of my favorite photographers about his equipment (he's the one with the $2,500 Nikon lens). He told me what my options were, and I searched on Amazon for what I thought would be a good fit.This lens obviously caught my attention because it gives me the same focal length for a ridiculously low price (actually a little wider than his Nikon). When we first got it, I couldn't wait to try it out. So we opened the box, saw the leather pouch it comes in, took it out and screwed it onto the Canon. When I turned the LCD viewfinder on, I almost couldn't believe it! It's not quite 180 degrees....but if you stand in the doorway of a small bedroom, let's say, you'll absolutely have every part of the room showing in your lens. Amazing! It also captures much more of the "floor-to-ceiling" so it expands things both horizontally and vertically.I wish we had purchased it prior to last Saturday's shoot, as I think the photos we took would have been much better (even though they were already good!) I'm almost thinking about driving back out to the property as a favor to my customer and re-shooting the house. The wider angles work really well for real estate photography...and it would've given all of the images a much more professional look and feel.If there's any caution with the lens...it's this. At it's widest angle, you will definitely get vignetting (the corners turn black)...however that happens with basically ALL wide angle lenses (most especially with fisheye lenses). I just back off the widest setting slightly, and the black corners went away. Still though, you'll need software to help correct for the lens distortion where things curve around the edges (in other words, the left and right walls will be curved when shooting a room). GIMP does a pretty decent job of that with its lens distortion filter, and their software is free.All in all, I couldn't be more pleased with this lens! I haven't used the macro aspect of the lens yet, as it was purchased primarily for the wider angle requirements....but I'm fairly certain the macro will be great too! The lens feels very high quality (heavy, and doesn't feel cheap at all.) It screwed onto the camera with no effort at all (but as with photo filters, the threads are VERY fine so you have to make sure you've got it on correctly before tightening down. You don't want to strip the threads.) Mine went on perfectly, and smoothly.Oh, one more thing I noticed. If you use the built-in flash on the camera (it's forward facing)...you'll get a small "half-circle" shadow at the bottom of the photo. That's because when you have the lens added to the standard kit lens, it adds a couple inches in length. The flash is ever-so-slightly blocked at the bottom of the photo, but the same thing would happen with a telephoto lens. Again, all you have to do is zoom in a little closer...or buy a flash that sits a little higher (on the shoe instead of the lower-sitting built-in flash).Just buy it....you won't regret it at all.Dave 5The lens works great. The fish eye isn't as wide as I ... I bought this lens used. The description was minimal but was categorized as "very good". The product (besides packaging) looked brand new. There were no scratches or marks of any kind on it. The lens works great. The fish eye isn't as wide as I had hoped ( i may be using it incorrectly) but the macro lens is amazing. I took this photo yesterday. Great seller and product for the price. 5Hands on Review 0.35X Altura Best bang for the buck. Don't expect quality like a $2,500. But expect to have A LOT of fun with this and be satisfied.http://youtu.be/RB1YHDz73bA 5Interesting lens; A learning curve is in order I'm just learning to use this effectively, and I thought I'd share a few observations:1. If you are using the only the macro component , DO expect some vignetting. Not terrible, because if you are going in that close, you'll probably want to crop.2. If you are photographing insects, unless you have a very steady hand, and the insects are cooperating by staying in one place long enough, you'll need a tripod. For example: bees collecting pollen from flowers - set up your shot, use a wireless remote if possible, and wait for the critter to come back again ... if it lands on a nearby flower, you can quickly adjust the tripod, but not if you have to refocus. You just won't have time.3. The depth of field is VERY shallow, but you should be able to do micro life, and the blurred background is an effective method of drawing the viewer's attention to the center of attention.4. Always use shutter priority with this lens and set it at the fastest shutter speed acceptable for the lighting conditions. That could also help a lot with "hand shake" if you are stuck without a tripod.As for the wide angle fish eye component , I can't tell you much right now as my experiments have been limited. I just received the lens this morning. I hope to post more in a few days.The photos below illustrate some of the issues:The left most shows why the tripod is so important. Both the left and the right photos also illustrate the vignetting. The center photo was cropped, and although I didn't use a tripod, I was able to maintain my steadiness - because for some reason the smaller fly didn't seem to flit around as much and I was able to relax to capture it. It must know the difference between a fly swatter and a camera.PS - The left photo was supposed to be a bumble bee, but I selected the wrong image from my library. I am posting the bumblebee now. By the way, look at the fly again and you can see how sensitive this is to depth of field. The wings are sharply in focus but the head which is in a slightly different plane is blurred. Just something to consider when setting up your shots. 5
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New Love So far so good. The threading isn't awesome (the macro portion actually fell off at one point while I was shooting) but overall I think it's good for the price. It's made of metal so it definitely has a good weight and feels decent.Some things I've learned so far that may be helpful for beginners like me: don't put this on a 50mm 1.8 lens, you'll get a ridiculous blur. I put it on my stock 18-55mm for my canon rebel xti (in the 58mm version) and had way more success.Also, after using a 50mm for so long it took a lot of getting used to before I realized it was okay to get insanely close to an object to shoot it with the macro. I almost returned it thinking it just wouldn't focus, you almost have to be touching what you're shooting.Attaching a photo of my first attempt shooting jewelry with it. 4Good lens... special surprise! This a pretty good fish eye lens. It does exactly what it is supposed to do. What's interesting, though, is that on my 50mm lens, at 1.8 (widest aperture), it has a certain "glow" to it. A sort of out of focus shine to it. At first I thought it was just out of focus, but then, I realized how cool it looks. Very dreamy. An unexpected surprise that I am flowing with and using to my advantage. Same issue with seeing the outer ring when using at wide angle settings - 18mm - 24mm - as with the .43 wide angle lens adapter (which is actually .63, which is better because it cancels out the crop factor on my T3i) but if I use it on my 18 - 55 kit lens and just bring it a little closer to around 28mm, the ring goes away. That said, when I want the actual fish-eye effect, like looking through a peep hole, it works great. 4Great Attachment for the Price! First of all, the only con: I have a Nikon D3300, and used a 52mm lens. This screwed on VERY tightly. So tight, that I had to put quite a bit of effort to get the last half of the threads in (I did not crossthread or otherwise misalign things, it's just a thousandth or so oversize, would be my guess).However, used on an 18-55mm lens, it gave a wonderful fisheye effect, with more clarity that I would have expected from an attachment of this price. Unfortunately you cannot get a "full" circle, as the very top and bottom are slightly out of frame. This may just be because the D3300 has an APS-C sensor though.One thing is a bit confusing though (at least it was to me), I didn't realize that the "macro" lens needed to be attached in order to take normal photos, or that it was meant to be used separately for macro-photography (I already have lenses / ext. tubes for macro work anyway), so when I took the macro portion off and tried to use the main segment by itself, I was stuck wondering why I couldn't focus, haha. Just something to be aware of. 5WOW!!! and AMAZING When i first saw this lens i was like, sure its going to be a fisheye with macro. I did not believe even after reading the reviews... I'm a photographer and i got this lens knowing i was going to do a destination wedding, even with still being uncertain, so i was on the beach saying im am just going to try it, and to my surprise, i was like WOW!!!.... it blows my mind to how sharp and clare this bad boy is, and not to mention the fisheye effect was bar none BEAUTIFUL!!!I have attached here images to show the result, you will get dark edges if you go too wide with your lens, but it's nothing photoshop cannot fix :)Pros: LotsCons: Dark edges when going too wide with the lens, nothing photoshop can't fix tho. 5Great fisheye lens without breaking the bank This is a great little add-on to your gear bag. The fisheye attachment is inexpensive, but it's well made and very sturdy. I've attached some snapshots taken with my Nikon D3300 and the stock 18-55 lens. It does an excellent good job for the money.Even though the product description states otherwise, in my opinion, you'll need to set your camera to manual focus and manual mode to use this lens properly. Be willing to learn how to use this attachment. When using the fisheye, you'll have to make adjustments when composing your shots. The fisheye effect is nice and it's clearly visible when used properly, but it can vignette badly. As a side note, you can use the macro and the fisheye together (as I did in the coin and billiards photos), or the macro alone (as I did in the housefly photo), but you CAN NOT use the fisheye without the macro.You will experience some focus drop off and vignetting around the edges as illustrated in my snapshots, but you'll get that to some degree with any fisheye or macro lens. Remember, you're paying 20-30 bucks for this lens as opposed to hundreds or even thousands. In my opinion, you get much more than you pay for. All in all, this is a great attachment and it works as it should. It's affordable, useful, it's worth having around when you need it and it doesn't take up too much space. Mine came with a cap for both ends and a "leatherish" carrying bag. I'd recommend this product and I'd buy it again.PROS:-sturdy and well made-works well (with a little practice)-easily attaches to lens-adds a nice effect to your photos-macro lens can be used without the fisheye-comes with caps and a caseCONS:-significant focus drop off at edgesOVERALL:Great buyGreat quality for the priceGreat choice for beginner/intermediate level 4So far it's great. It feels really solid I was told these were a gimmick in the past. After watching a video review of this model I snatched one up.So far it's great. It feels really solid. I've played with it on an 18-55mm kit lens on a Nikon d3k series camera. From 18-30mm I get a very cool fisheye effect. For the real estate agents saying it doesn't work, that's exactly what it's supposed to do. Try increasing the focal length slightly until the corners return and you will still have a wider angle shot than without this attachment. 5Perfect all the way around!! Gotta love Amazon!! The order was received in 2 days with free shipping (I'm a Prime member)...and the product is exactly what I wanted. It takes the 18-55mm kit lens for my daughter's Canon T3i (which is equivalent to a 27mm film lens) and makes it basically a 10mm lens, ideal for any occasion where a wider angle lens is needed. A friend of mine owns a Nikon 12mm lens he paid $2,500 for. It's really nice. But I paid 100 times less, and the results from mine are really nice too!Why did I buy it?I do real estate marketing for a living (design and printwork) and I bought my daughter the Canon for Christmas. She's got a great eye for photography, and I wanted to introduce her to real estate photography. Well, she had her first photo shoot last Saturday, and the photos came out really well. However, I could tell that the images we took, weren't as wide of an angle as those taken by professional real estate photographers. So...I asked one of my favorite photographers about his equipment (he's the one with the $2,500 Nikon lens). He told me what my options were, and I searched on Amazon for what I thought would be a good fit.This lens obviously caught my attention because it gives me the same focal length for a ridiculously low price (actually a little wider than his Nikon). When we first got it, I couldn't wait to try it out. So we opened the box, saw the leather pouch it comes in, took it out and screwed it onto the Canon. When I turned the LCD viewfinder on, I almost couldn't believe it! It's not quite 180 degrees....but if you stand in the doorway of a small bedroom, let's say, you'll absolutely have every part of the room showing in your lens. Amazing! It also captures much more of the "floor-to-ceiling" so it expands things both horizontally and vertically.I wish we had purchased it prior to last Saturday's shoot, as I think the photos we took would have been much better (even though they were already good!) I'm almost thinking about driving back out to the property as a favor to my customer and re-shooting the house. The wider angles work really well for real estate photography...and it would've given all of the images a much more professional look and feel.If there's any caution with the lens...it's this. At it's widest angle, you will definitely get vignetting (the corners turn black)...however that happens with basically ALL wide angle lenses (most especially with fisheye lenses). I just back off the widest setting slightly, and the black corners went away. Still though, you'll need software to help correct for the lens distortion where things curve around the edges (in other words, the left and right walls will be curved when shooting a room). GIMP does a pretty decent job of that with its lens distortion filter, and their software is free.All in all, I couldn't be more pleased with this lens! I haven't used the macro aspect of the lens yet, as it was purchased primarily for the wider angle requirements....but I'm fairly certain the macro will be great too! The lens feels very high quality (heavy, and doesn't feel cheap at all.) It screwed onto the camera with no effort at all (but as with photo filters, the threads are VERY fine so you have to make sure you've got it on correctly before tightening down. You don't want to strip the threads.) Mine went on perfectly, and smoothly.Oh, one more thing I noticed. If you use the built-in flash on the camera (it's forward facing)...you'll get a small "half-circle" shadow at the bottom of the photo. That's because when you have the lens added to the standard kit lens, it adds a couple inches in length. The flash is ever-so-slightly blocked at the bottom of the photo, but the same thing would happen with a telephoto lens. Again, all you have to do is zoom in a little closer...or buy a flash that sits a little higher (on the shoe instead of the lower-sitting built-in flash).Just buy it....you won't regret it at all.Dave 5The lens works great. The fish eye isn't as wide as I ... I bought this lens used. The description was minimal but was categorized as "very good". The product (besides packaging) looked brand new. There were no scratches or marks of any kind on it. The lens works great. The fish eye isn't as wide as I had hoped ( i may be using it incorrectly) but the macro lens is amazing. I took this photo yesterday. Great seller and product for the price. 5Hands on Review 0.35X Altura Best bang for the buck. Don't expect quality like a $2,500. But expect to have A LOT of fun with this and be satisfied.http://youtu.be/RB1YHDz73bA 5Interesting lens; A learning curve is in order I'm just learning to use this effectively, and I thought I'd share a few observations:1. If you are using the only the macro component , DO expect some vignetting. Not terrible, because if you are going in that close, you'll probably want to crop.2. If you are photographing insects, unless you have a very steady hand, and the insects are cooperating by staying in one place long enough, you'll need a tripod. For example: bees collecting pollen from flowers - set up your shot, use a wireless remote if possible, and wait for the critter to come back again ... if it lands on a nearby flower, you can quickly adjust the tripod, but not if you have to refocus. You just won't have time.3. The depth of field is VERY shallow, but you should be able to do micro life, and the blurred background is an effective method of drawing the viewer's attention to the center of attention.4. Always use shutter priority with this lens and set it at the fastest shutter speed acceptable for the lighting conditions. That could also help a lot with "hand shake" if you are stuck without a tripod.As for the wide angle fish eye component , I can't tell you much right now as my experiments have been limited. I just received the lens this morning. I hope to post more in a few days.The photos below illustrate some of the issues:The left most shows why the tripod is so important. Both the left and the right photos also illustrate the vignetting. The center photo was cropped, and although I didn't use a tripod, I was able to maintain my steadiness - because for some reason the smaller fly didn't seem to flit around as much and I was able to relax to capture it. It must know the difference between a fly swatter and a camera.PS - The left photo was supposed to be a bumble bee, but I selected the wrong image from my library. I am posting the bumblebee now. By the way, look at the fly again and you can see how sensitive this is to depth of field. The wings are sharply in focus but the head which is in a slightly different plane is blurred. Just something to consider when setting up your shots. 5
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