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The TTArtisan 11mm f/2.8 Fisheye is a fisheye lens for FF and APS-C, manufactured from 2020. The focus is done by Manual Focus, it does not have image stabilization. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 349 €;
10 users have given it an average vote of 9.8 out of 10.
This lens is available with the following mounts:
Canon RF: this lens is compatible with mirrorless fullframe Canon RF.
Nikon Z: this lens is compatible with mirrorless fullframe and APS-C Nikon Z.
Sony E: this lens is compatible with mirrorless fullframe and APS-C Sony.
Leica M: this lens is compatible with mirrorless (rangefinder) Leica M.
L-Mount: this lens is compatible with mirrorless fullframe and APS-C L-Mount.
Fujifilm GF: this lens is compatible with mirrorless medium format Fuji.
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The following opinions have been automatically translated with Google Translate.
Cons:Sharpness below expectations, diaphragm ring decliced.
Opinion:I had other fisheye in the past then with the "migration" to mirrorless I sold them but I felt the lack of a creative perspective so I started looking for a used and I found what I was looking for, a cheap fisheye with attack for Nikon Z. For my experience this Artisan is not even remotely comparable to those had in the past type Sigma 15mm and Nikon 10.5 but the value for money makes it attractive for the fact that it is really used on special occasions. In my humble opinion the sharpness is lower than expected even at closed apertures and you have to resort to PP to increase the definition, nothing tragic if I consider what it cost me but I was used to better glass. If you look for it to "play" is fine and makes you have fun especially if you find a good light but I do not consider it a screaming lens on full frame, let's say that on my behalf it deserves a vote 7 for the fact that there are no better alternatives for the Nikon Z if not with FTZ adapter and a few hundred euros more, But is it really worth it? Sometimes you have to settle for it and all in all this lens defends itself quite well.
Pros:Sharpness, color fidelity, solid and economical
Opinion:Taken for fun and for some different shots, I threw myself directly on AlieXpess with a bomb price, 170 euros + 50 customs against almost double Amazon and Co. Mounted on z6 I can confirm the positive opinions seen here and on other channels, solid lens, all glass and metal. I had already experienced the quality of these Chinese also on Fuji and I can only confirm that even on FF it behaves great, amazed above all by the sharpness at the edges, engineered and assembled better than other emblazoned brands. Clearly given the lack of af should be used well, I also confirm a slight aberration but nothing irretrievable in PP. For the price and performance promoted with flying colors.
Pros:Done well good sharpness even at f2.8. Price.
Cons:A bit pesantuccio.
Opinion:About this optics I was not very enthusiastic, reading various reviews and saw tests on the tube, I expected more. However, it is a lens of good sharpness throughout the frame from 5.6 onwards. Done really well, even if it fits in the palm of my hand, it is heavy, it is small but weighs. Difficult to focus via monitor has so much field of view that you have to zoom to focus well. The infinite sign does not coincide with the reference notch, nothing serious is done the tests at full opening and the exact point is defined. With the z7 it is more than fine then found hyperfocal no longer need to focus important check the aperture, because it is declicked and can be moved easily. In conclusion for the price it costs is a good fisheye also bright. Aberrations that are easily corrected and little vignetting. What about I will try time allowing to do something different. Good light to all friends.
Pros:Sharpness, colors, price, z-mount, all in focus.
Cons:Weight, all metal, but well done!
Opinion:I'm thrilled, if used with FF (Z9) and horizontally from very good images with 180 * of field (if you are not careful you photograph your shoes), a wide angle "linear" with distortions and minimal flares. A little disappointed in APS-C (z50) becomes a "trivial" 17mm no longer so easy, without manual piking even if you work in Hyperfocal and then it would seem everything in focus, you have less control, and something did not convince me. However in FF I use it in some landscape shots ... (backlight with aperture 11 creates the "star" effect) with a very good quality / price return.
Opinion:Optics Owned for About 1 year and then resold for Poor use, Very Sharp already at TA, Completely in Metal, Very Fluid the rings, Flare and Aberrations content, used mainly for particular shots very studied, honestly never used in landscapes because for my tastes too much field of view available, I saw it more as an "action cam" style use but with Sony Fullframe quality, However overall lens that I really liked, as already said by other reviewers the cap is easily scratched, for the absence of autofocus I never posed the problem, I always worked from f4 to f8 in hyperfocal almost always, I would have kept it in the kit even if used rarely, but I had to monetize for the Sony 12-24 ...
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