Full-Frame Diagonal Fisheyes (Brand Must Match Body)
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- Image must be taken with a fisheye lens of the same brand as the camera body used. - Lens native format to camera sensor format relationship must be "full frame" — i.e. the lens must not be cropped by the sensor and the sensor must not be cropped by the lens. - It must be a "diagonal" fisheye projection (no black areas visible) — not a "circular" fisheye projection (a circular image against black). In the old days a "diagonal" fisheye was commonly known as a "full-frame fisheye" (different meaning of 'full-frame' than today's industry marketing jargon). Examples of acceptable combos: - Olympus 8mm Fisheye on Olympus 4/3" sensor body. - Panasonic 8mm Fisheye on Panasonic 4/3" sensor body. - Canon 8-15mm Fisheye on any Canon body (set focal length to match lens to sensor format for diagonal fisheye, see p.8 of lens owner's manual) - Nikon 10.5mm Fisheye on Nikon DX sensor body - etc. Read the other rules below.
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|Submitted:||Tuesday, 27th August, 2013 13:09 (GMT)|
|Taken:||Wednesday, 21st August, 2013|
|Focal length:||16 mm|
|Shutter speed:||1/100 sec|
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