Yesterday my neighbor, and fellow “shutter-hubby,” gave me an early birthday present – a Meke 6.5 mm f/2.0 fisheye lens. I’ve never owned a fisheye lens, so it’ll be pretty interesting to play with. I’ll be using it mostly for astrophotography, as this focal length will allow me to take up to thirty-eight second exposures of the night sky before the stars begin streaking. Thirty-eight seconds!
I took it out and played with it a small bit after worship this morning 1.It’s a pretty neat effect, I can’t wait to get out for some good night shots!
- Which was cold. Someone must have accidentally shut off the boiler switch so the heat wasn’t on. The sanctuary was 41 degrees when I headed over this morning. We moved to a smaller room because it heats up faster, but it started at 39 degrees! ↩
It is a smooth-sliding aperture ring too. Not that much on amazon.
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