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which fisheye would you recommend

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hi guys, I've been looking into fisheyes, mainly just for urbex and occasionally festival stuff. I'm not looking to spend serious ££££££ so a cheap one will do. I already have a tokina 11-16mm 2.8, but on my last visit to RHH, i discovered the 11mm isn't always enough.

feel free to post sample photos, links etc, the more the better to help me decide :thumb

Edit: I use a Nikon D7100 (crop) CMOS Sensor, i dont mind a manual lens either.

Muchas Gracias :)

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Ive got a Samyang 8mm fishy. Got it second hand for £165 from CEX, I see they are going for £135 now with a years warrenty. Cant complain at that

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I use the Samyang 8mm too and I would heartily recommend it!! Can't go wrong at the £££

Also if you shoot Nikon you have an advantage over Canon - you get the full 180 degree coverage as opposed to 167 which I had on these examples:

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Edited by jones-y-gog

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Defo the Samyang 8mm, love it on my Canon, there is limited use for it andplease don't over use it, but its fecking awesome!!

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