TTArtisan Releases 11mm F2.8 Fulframe E-mount Fisheye Lens

TTArtisan 11mm F2.8 Fulframe E-mount Fisheye Lens

TTArtisan 11mm F2.8 Fulframe E-mount Fisheye Lens ($215 from Amazon) This budget-priced manual focus Chinese lens offers fullframe sensor coverage with extreme ultra-wide 180 degrees angle of view on full-frame cameras.

Lens Specs:

Focal length: 11mm
Maximum aperture: F2.8
Minimum aperture: F16
Frame Type: Full-frame
Aperture: 10 Blades
Lens Construction: 7 groups,11 elements
Focusing method: Manual focus
Lens anti-shake: Without anti-shake
Aperture ring: Clicked Aperture
Closest focus: 0.17m
Lens material: Metal
Weight: 485g

TTArtisan 11mm F2.8 Fulframe E-mount Fisheye Lens specs

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3 thoughts on “TTArtisan Releases 11mm F2.8 Fulframe E-mount Fisheye Lens”

  1. I really hate to be a party slammer, BUT it is just 11mm and just one stop f/2.8 faster than f/4 AND a lens profile not even heard of!!! Ok, I love my SEL1224G yes f/4 at 12mm with very little coma in the corners if none at 100% and if shot at NPF accurate rule of 13 seconds no star trailing unless at 300%. I even love and use my Voigtlander 10mm f/5.6, for day (f/11-16) and night (f/5.6 NPF Accurate 17.8s) landscapes. All have Lens corrections even in Capture One. For a Full Frame Fisheye with lens correction in at least LR try the Rokinon 12mm f/2.8 ED AS IF NCS UMC Fisheye Lens for Sony E Mount $349 B&H or Amazon. Yes no Lens info to camera but you can select in LR and get I little wider night view than a regular 12mm. I used it in 2015 but no LC till 2016. Images (night stars) are sharp (even with 500 rule). Also if shooting night city scenes you’ll be on a tripod so faster SS not really needed. And now with the great Sony sensors and ISO Invariance on M2 and above models noise at higher f/# are really no more of a problem even in Capture One but for noise Topaz Denoise AI is greatest. To clarify I use also the Sigma 14 f/1.8 (heavy and big) and yes like night vision on a A7S even the A7M3.
    But for a fisheye with lens correction already @ 12mm FF the Rokinon 12mm f/2.8 ED AS IF NCS UMC Fisheye Lens for Sony E Mount $349 B&H or Amazon for day or night landscape.
    A sweet 12mm street/indoor/night/landscape lens the SEL1018 f/4 APS-C very small used at Full Frame mode 12mm-18mm (if light shield is removed) and 15mm to 27mm in APS-C.

    1. Edwin, that’s just useless information and a rant that is completely unnecessary. This is clearly an alternative to the Samyang/Rokinon 12mm Fisheye and completely different to anything else.

  2. The Fisheye Hemi plugin v2 works with Affinity Photo or Photoshop

    It corrects the image nicely. You get correction without smearing the image and preserves detail. very nice plugin

    – choose preset “Hemi 1.0 full frame”
    – choose correction – primary correction axis Horizontal
    – choose allow edge warp off

    https://imadio.com/products/prodpage_hemi.aspx

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