How to Select Fisheye Camera Lenses for Nikon
A fisheye camera lens can be used for an array of photographic instances. It provides an artistic touch for photographers to use with a Nikon camera. Various options are available in a lens so that it can be used to photograph various objects and in multiple settings.What is a fisheye lens?
A fisheye lens is considered a wide angle lens. It is capable of capturing the field of vision up to 180 degrees. The edges will often curve and in extreme focal lengths, the final image is completely rounded so that it looks as though it's been captured in a circle. The scale will be reduced towards the extreme edges of the image.What are the focal length options?
Particularly with a fisheye lens, you may want to consider the focal length. In this case, you are typically looking for the smallest number. This will give you the widest possible angle. Some lenses like those from Nikon also have a zoom, which provides you with the capability of several lengths within a single lens:
- 3.4mm - 10.2mm (zoom)
- 4mm - 18mm (zoom)
- 5mm - 15mm (zoom)
A lens needs to fit properly on the Nikon camera. Regardless of whether it is a digital or film camera, it's important to determine whether the lens will fit the mount on the Nikon. There are a few options that are available without needing any additional accessories to provide a conversion. The mount options are either for manual-focus or autofocus lensesWhat is the maximum aperture of a Nikon fisheye lens?
The aperture is the opening of the lens that determines the amount of light that is allowed inside. The larger the number, the more light is allowed in. More light is required when taking photos in dark situations. The maximum aperture for a lens is important in determining what scenarios in which it will be used. There are a few common aperture settings that are common to this kind of lens:
A fisheye lens may contain a variety of features. This might make it easier for the photographer to capture images. It also may reduce the amount of additional equipment that is required.
- Autofocus: The lens will focus on the subject automatically to avoid blur.
- Image stabilization: This helps to remove the shake that would otherwise require the use of a tripod.
- Lens hood: The hood eliminates shadow and sun glare.