Pentax/Samsung 10-17mm fisheye


Don

Link Posted 15/10/2009 - 15:23
greynolds999 wrote:
I think I see a magazine feature...? What do you think John?

excellent stuff!!!!
Fired many shots. Didn't kill anything.

RR

Link Posted 15/10/2009 - 20:12
C'mon..more people. Let's push Mhuni & Womble over the fishy edge & maybe we can get George to fall off his chair.



















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alig

Link Posted 15/10/2009 - 20:26
Wow wow wow, i want one of these!

Superb cracking images here from all of you.

Was considering 12-24, got the Sigma 10-20 but the fishy looks amazing.

May/will have to reconsider this.

ali
Cheers

Ali

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Darkmunk

Link Posted 15/10/2009 - 20:45
ha ha, Nice one Rob
Stunning !
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Don

Link Posted 15/10/2009 - 20:50
While not as artistic as many of the others here:


But mine sees a lot of action at weddings..
Fired many shots. Didn't kill anything.

royd63uk

Link Posted 15/10/2009 - 21:00
O.k more from me









regards
Roy

Pentax K3 gripped,and some lenses
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Darkmunk

Link Posted 15/10/2009 - 21:02
Beautiful Don.
Now that gauntlet...
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Hyram

Link Posted 15/10/2009 - 21:14
A few variations by night :-

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Hyram

Bodies: K20D (2), K10D, Super A, ME Super, Auto 110 SLR, X70, Optio P70
Pentax Glass: DA* 300, DA* 60-250, DA* 50-135, DA* 16-50, DA 70 Ltd, FA 31 Ltd, DA 35 Ltd, DA 18-55 (2), DA 12-24, DA 10-17, M 200, A 35-70, M 40, M 28, Converter-A 2X-S, 1.4X-S, AF 1.7, Pentax-110 50, Pentax-110 24
Other Glass: Sigma 105 macro, Sigma-A APO 75-300
Flash: Metz 58 AF-1 P, Pentax AF160FC ringflash, Pentax AF280T

laurencea

Link Posted 15/10/2009 - 21:27
odd ones from me













it's a good lens to play with and i'm still working out when and how to get the best out of it.
Pentax k100d, k30d 18-55, Tamron 70-300, Tamron 500 mirror, pentax 10-17, 50 1:4, a manual 28, some extension tubes and a bagful of memory cards. That's all i need... and a load of film cameras too... that's it, honest.

Darkmunk

Link Posted 15/10/2009 - 21:32
Nice!
Looks like Rob is taking the prize for fishiest images so far...
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RR

Link Posted 15/10/2009 - 21:40
At the risk of looking like a mutual appreciation society, I'm loving yours too Darkmunk.

If you're going to shoot fisheye, you have to embrace the distortion & get real close to a smaller subject, or right into your surroundings if taking a wider view.

I did use the 10-17 alot, but I'm wondering now whether to get a 180 degree fisheye or an ultra wide rectilinear with close focus. I'll still be able to play with perspective distortion but won't take in so wide a view... hmmmm
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davex

Link Posted 15/10/2009 - 21:42
WOW, have to say am stunned by the images in this thread.
I have been saving for the 12-24, not so sure now.
Thanks guys, yet another way to blow my budget

Davex.
K5 + 8mm-500mm zooms and primes
Please feel free to play with any images I post.
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laurencea

Link Posted 15/10/2009 - 21:47
sometimes the subject doesn't want you getting close...




that little chap just wouldn't do what i wanted, no matter hom much food was offered!
Pentax k100d, k30d 18-55, Tamron 70-300, Tamron 500 mirror, pentax 10-17, 50 1:4, a manual 28, some extension tubes and a bagful of memory cards. That's all i need... and a load of film cameras too... that's it, honest.

Mike-P

Link Posted 15/10/2009 - 21:51
I was going to sell mine, this thread has probably doubled its value
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George Lazarette

Link Posted 15/10/2009 - 23:14
There have been more stunning pictures in this thread than in any other I can remember. Congratulations all round.

G

PS: I've taken to viewing this forum from the floor to avoid accidents.

PPS: The winner, in my view, is Darkmonk's B&W harbour picture.
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