Sigma 8mm f/3.5 EX DG Circular Fisheye (Canon AF)

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This circular fisheye lens produces circular images with an angle of view of 180° when attached to a full-frame digital SLR or 35mm film SLR camera. It has a fast maximum aperture of F3.5 and a minimum focusing distance of 13.5cm. Sigma’s super multi-layer coating and Special Low Dispersion (SLD) glass provide excellent image quality for digital and film SLR cameras.

Auto-focus system
This circular fisheye lens produces circular images with an angle of view of 180°and also incorporates an auto focus system to achieve accurate focusing that might be difficult through the camera`s viewfinder due to the extremely large depth of field.

Close-up Photography
This circular fisheye lens has a minimum focusing distance of 13.5cm (5.3") and a maximum magnification of 1:4.6 making it particularly useful for close-up photography.

Excellent optical performance
Special Low Dispersion (SLD) glass offer effective compensation of colour aberration.

Reduction of flare and ghosting
Sigma’s super multi-layer lens coating reduces flare and ghosting, a common problem with digital cameras and also creates an optimum colour balance.

An ideal lens for scientific applications
Due to the quantifiable angle/area relationship it produces, this lens can be used for scientific applications.
  • Construction: 6 Groups /11 Elements.
  • Angle of view: 180°.
  • F stop range: 22 - 3.5.
  • Closest Focusing Distance: 13.5cm.
  • Maximum Magnification: 1:4.6.
  • Filter Size: rear slip-in gelatin.
  • Dimensions: (Length x Diameter) Length 68.6mm X 73.5mm.
  • Weight: 400g.


  • Bag/Case size (not supplied): Lens Case 1s
  • Type: Fixed Focal Length
  • Type: Wide Angle
  • Lens Fitting: Canon AF
  • Focusing: Auto

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