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7 4 9 hours ago

The Nikkor 8mm f2.8 Fisheye of 1969 represented a pretty remarkable evolution in lens design. Nikon had produced a few fisheye lenses prior to the 8mm f2.8, such as their first which was the 8mm f8 back in 1962. That lens had a protruding rear element that extended far back into the mirror housing of the camera and required the user to first lock the mirror up prior to mounting the lens. This meant that you lost the ability to focus and compose through the lens itself and had to rely on an auxiliary viewfinder. Interestingly enough, that early lens also produced a 24mm image circle, which fit within the frame of 24x36mm of SLR cameras but when those images were mounted in slide mounts or put in enlarger negative masks, a bit of that circle would be cropped into. ⁠⠀
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So Nikon followed that lens up with the 7.5mm f5.6 of 1966. That lens was a full stop faster, had an image circle of 23mm, which avoided cropping when mounting, but still had a protruding rear element requiring mirror lock up to use. ⁠⠀
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We're not sure if you should then think of this 8mm f2.8 as a third iteration or a whole new lens all its own. We lean toward the latter. It was not so much an improvement of design as it was of vastly improved and new design altogether. Not only did it avoid that protruding rear element which allowed the lens to be used in full SLR fashion (and on the newer Nikon cameras of the time that did not have mirror lock up) but it was also remarkably faster at f2.8.⁠⠀
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We've had this lens on our shelves for a little while now, still looking for a good home, which doesn't surprise us since it is such a special purpose item. We wanted to give it another feature and add a bit to the history of it we have related thus far. If you want to see our earlier posts, along with sample images, we've tagged them #BMCNikkor8mm for you to easily find. You can also follow the link in our bio to take you to our website listing which also has sample images and a bit more info on this lens, such as price.

The Nikkor 8mm f2.8 Fisheye of 1969 represented a pretty remarkable evolution in lens design.  Nikon had produced a few fisheye lenses prior to the 8mm f2.8, such as their first which was the 8mm f8 back in 1962.  That lens had a protruding rear element that extended far back into the mirror housing of the camera and required the user to first lock the mirror up prior to mounting the lens.  This meant that you lost the ability to focus and compose through the lens itself and had to rely on an auxiliary viewfinder.  Interestingly enough, that early lens also produced a 24mm image circle, which fit within the frame of 24x36mm of SLR cameras but when those images were mounted in slide mounts or put in enlarger negative masks, a bit of that circle would be cropped into. ⁠⠀
⁠⠀
So Nikon followed that lens up with the 7.5mm f5.6 of 1966.  That lens was a full stop faster, had an image circle of 23mm, which avoided cropping when mounting, but still had a protruding rear element requiring mirror lock up to use. ⁠⠀
⁠⠀
We're not sure if you should then think of this 8mm f2.8 as a third iteration or a whole new lens all its own.  We lean toward the latter.  It was not so much an improvement of design as it was of vastly improved and new design altogether.  Not only did it avoid that protruding rear element which allowed the lens to be used in full SLR fashion (and on the newer Nikon cameras of the time that did not have mirror lock up) but it was also remarkably faster at f2.8.⁠⠀
⁠⠀
We've had this lens on our shelves for a little while now, still looking for a good home, which doesn't surprise us since it is such a special purpose item.  We wanted to give it another feature and add a bit to the history of it we have related thus far.  If you want to see our earlier posts, along with sample images, we've tagged them #BMCNikkor8mm for you to easily find.  You can also follow the link in our bio to take you to our website listing which also has sample images and a bit more info on this lens, such as price.
1,051 10 9 hours ago

Ricordiii!!!!! Fine di una giornata di pesca in compagnia del mio amico appassionato quanto me, la felicità era alle stelle !!! Dopo tante miglia percorse a scandagliare il fondo marino arrivarono le soddisfazioni !!! Quelle belle che non dimentichi!!!! . .
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#verticaljigging #verticaljig #pescasportiva #seafishing #dentex #dentice #dentexdentex #dentexfishing #fishingphotography #photooftheday #naturephotography #photoricordo #fishphoto #fisheyephotography #fishphotography #oikos #oikos_decor #oikosgroup #instalike #instagood #instatravel #remember #soddisfazione #felicità

Ricordiii!!!!! Fine di una giornata di pesca in compagnia del mio amico appassionato quanto me, la felicità era alle stelle !!! Dopo tante miglia percorse a scandagliare il fondo marino arrivarono le soddisfazioni !!! Quelle belle che non dimentichi!!!! . .
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#verticaljigging #verticaljig #pescasportiva #seafishing #dentex #dentice #dentexdentex #dentexfishing #fishingphotography #photooftheday #naturephotography #photoricordo #fishphoto #fisheyephotography #fishphotography #oikos #oikos_decor #oikosgroup #instalike #instagood #instatravel#remember #soddisfazione #felicità
165 17 14 hours ago

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série fisheye @lomography - concours @nationphoto (mai 2019)

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série fisheye @lomography - concours @nationphoto (mai 2019)
47 1 17 hours ago
Selfie with a friend, two weeks ago #saaremaa  #eesti #smallworld #sheep #sheepsofinstagram #🐑 #houseoftheblackheads #fisheye  #fisheyephotography
52 3 18 hours ago
Say no more, it’s enough 
photo by @ezoterix .
#kyiv #kyivgram #partyforfriends #armacomescloser #fisheyephotography #fisheye
36 0 19 hours ago

Fisheye View-Ducks vs Geese. Interesting seeing how the ducks and the geese have their own little cliques and maintain themselves separated. (Nikon D750-Sigma Fisheye-15mm lens)
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Fisheye View-Ducks vs Geese. Interesting seeing how the ducks and the geese have their own little cliques and maintain themselves separated. (Nikon D750-Sigma Fisheye-15mm lens)
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#fisheyephotography 
#8mmfisheye
4 1 20 September, 2019

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The Nikkor 8mm f2.8 Fisheye of 1969 represented a pretty remarkable evolution in lens design. Nikon had produced a few fisheye lenses prior to the 8mm f2.8, such as their first which was the 8mm f8 back in 1962. That lens had a protruding rear element that extended far back into the mirror housing of the camera and required the user to first lock the mirror up prior to mounting the lens. This meant that you lost the ability to focus and compose through the lens itself and had to rely on an auxiliary viewfinder. Interestingly enough, that early lens also produced a 24mm image circle, which fit within the frame of 24x36mm of SLR cameras but when those images were mounted in slide mounts or put in enlarger negative masks, a bit of that circle would be cropped into. ⁠⠀
⁠⠀
So Nikon followed that lens up with the 7.5mm f5.6 of 1966. That lens was a full stop faster, had an image circle of 23mm, which avoided cropping when mounting, but still had a protruding rear element requiring mirror lock up to use. ⁠⠀
⁠⠀
We're not sure if you should then think of this 8mm f2.8 as a third iteration or a whole new lens all its own. We lean toward the latter. It was not so much an improvement of design as it was of vastly improved and new design altogether. Not only did it avoid that protruding rear element which allowed the lens to be used in full SLR fashion (and on the newer Nikon cameras of the time that did not have mirror lock up) but it was also remarkably faster at f2.8.⁠⠀
⁠⠀
We've had this lens on our shelves for a little while now, still looking for a good home, which doesn't surprise us since it is such a special purpose item. We wanted to give it another feature and add a bit to the history of it we have related thus far. If you want to see our earlier posts, along with sample images, we've tagged them #BMCNikkor8mm for you to easily find. You can also follow the link in our bio to take you to our website listing which also has sample images and a bit more info on this lens, such as price.

The Nikkor 8mm f2.8 Fisheye of 1969 represented a pretty remarkable evolution in lens design.  Nikon had produced a few fisheye lenses prior to the 8mm f2.8, such as their first which was the 8mm f8 back in 1962.  That lens had a protruding rear element that extended far back into the mirror housing of the camera and required the user to first lock the mirror up prior to mounting the lens.  This meant that you lost the ability to focus and compose through the lens itself and had to rely on an auxiliary viewfinder.  Interestingly enough, that early lens also produced a 24mm image circle, which fit within the frame of 24x36mm of SLR cameras but when those images were mounted in slide mounts or put in enlarger negative masks, a bit of that circle would be cropped into. ⁠⠀
⁠⠀
So Nikon followed that lens up with the 7.5mm f5.6 of 1966.  That lens was a full stop faster, had an image circle of 23mm, which avoided cropping when mounting, but still had a protruding rear element requiring mirror lock up to use. ⁠⠀
⁠⠀
We're not sure if you should then think of this 8mm f2.8 as a third iteration or a whole new lens all its own.  We lean toward the latter.  It was not so much an improvement of design as it was of vastly improved and new design altogether.  Not only did it avoid that protruding rear element which allowed the lens to be used in full SLR fashion (and on the newer Nikon cameras of the time that did not have mirror lock up) but it was also remarkably faster at f2.8.⁠⠀
⁠⠀
We've had this lens on our shelves for a little while now, still looking for a good home, which doesn't surprise us since it is such a special purpose item.  We wanted to give it another feature and add a bit to the history of it we have related thus far.  If you want to see our earlier posts, along with sample images, we've tagged them #BMCNikkor8mm for you to easily find.  You can also follow the link in our bio to take you to our website listing which also has sample images and a bit more info on this lens, such as price.
1,051 10 9 hours ago

Eiffel Tower, Paris 🇫🇷

Eiffel Tower, Paris 🇫🇷
1,911 77 15 August, 2019

At long last this Fisheye-Nikkor is officially out for sale and the roll and a half of test film we put behind it has been developed and scanned.⠀
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This is a pretty incredible lens and we had a lot of fun playing around with it. The first thing we did was go around the staff making highly distorted, extreme close up portraits of everyone here, of which the one we made of our eBay specialist Pete turned out the best. The lens has a minimum focusing distance of a foot, which seems like a long way off considering you run the risk of bumping into a person when you are just trying to fill the frame with their face. But we have to imagine the natural depth of field is pretty insane with this lens as well, which is why we started off with a roll of Ilford Delta 3200 just so we could shoot stopped down a bit and use that depth of field to get really close.⠀
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The other trick, of course, to this lens is staying aware of the fact that it sees 180 degrees in all directions: straight up, straight down, left and right. So you really have to mind the placement of your feet when composing photos with this lens.⠀
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We did appreciate the series of built-in filters, of which this fisheye has a skylight, two yellow filters, an orange and a red. The last three sample images we have included used either orange or red filters.⠀
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Someone out there is going to put this lens to really good, fun use - we can tell that just based on how much enjoyment we got producing the roll of test film we did. It is obviously not an every day kind of lens, though we joked about starting up a whole new type of senior portrait business with it. ⠀
In the right circumstances it offers a crazy new perspective of the world around.⠀
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Intrigued? The link in our bio will take you to it on our website while it lasts.⠀
#bmcnikkor8mm

At long last this Fisheye-Nikkor is officially out for sale and the roll and a half of test film we put behind it has been developed and scanned.⠀
⠀
This is a pretty incredible lens and we had a lot of fun playing around with it.  The first thing we did was go around the staff making highly distorted, extreme close up portraits of everyone here, of which the one we made of our eBay specialist Pete turned out the best.  The lens has a minimum focusing distance of a foot, which seems like a long way off considering you run the risk of bumping into a person when you are just trying to fill the frame with their face.  But we have to imagine the natural depth of field is pretty insane with this lens as well, which is why we started off with a roll of Ilford Delta 3200 just so we could shoot stopped down a bit and use that depth of field to get really close.⠀
⠀
The other trick, of course, to this lens is staying aware of the fact that it sees 180 degrees in all directions: straight up, straight down, left and right.  So you really have to mind the placement of your feet when composing photos with this lens.⠀
⠀
We did appreciate the series of built-in filters, of which this fisheye has a skylight, two yellow filters, an orange and a red.  The last three sample images we have included used either orange or red filters.⠀
⠀
Someone out there is going to put this lens to really good, fun use - we can tell that just based on how much enjoyment we got producing the roll of test film we did.  It is obviously not an every day kind of lens, though we joked about starting up a whole new type of senior portrait business with it. ⠀
In the right circumstances it offers a crazy new perspective of the world around.⠀
⠀
Intrigued?  The link in our bio will take you to it on our website while it lasts.⠀
#bmcnikkor8mm
2,657 37 26 June, 2019

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Gutterbox grille patterns in the Saturday morning sun... Been meaning to come back here for a while, just needed a superwide lens for the job 😁
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ᴅᴀᴛᴇ: 24 August 2019. sᴘᴇᴄs: CameraPixels app by @basic_pixels on iPhone 7 Plus with @moment SuperFish lens @ 15mm (35mm equiv) and f/1.8, ISO 20, 1/694 sec bracketed, multiple RAW captures as part of a 7-stack HDR. ᴘʀᴏᴄᴇssᴇᴅ ɪɴ: Aurora HDR 2019 ᴇᴅɪᴛᴇᴅ ɪɴ: Adobe Photoshop and VSCO.
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Gutterbox grille patterns in the Saturday morning sun... Been meaning to come back here for a while, just needed a superwide lens for the job 😁
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ᴅᴀᴛᴇ: 24 August 2019. sᴘᴇᴄs: CameraPixels app by @basic_pixels on iPhone 7 Plus with @moment SuperFish lens @ 15mm (35mm equiv) and f/1.8, ISO 20, 1/694 sec bracketed, multiple RAW captures as part of a 7-stack HDR. ᴘʀᴏᴄᴇssᴇᴅ ɪɴ: Aurora HDR 2019 ᴇᴅɪᴛᴇᴅ ɪɴ: Adobe Photoshop and VSCO.
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ᴍᴇᴍʙᴇʀ ᴏғ:
@jj_urbex_ @rustlord @jj_urbanart @urbex_under @urbexchampions @badassabandoned @go.trespassing @grime_scene_investigators
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ʜᴀsʜᴛᴀɢs:
#drain #drains #goindrains #stormwaterdrain #melbournedrains #australiandrains #urbexphotography #urbanphotography #urbex_utopia #urbex_under #neverstopexploring #urbex #underyourfeet #drainporn #urbexphotography #urbanexploring #urbanexploration #urbex_kings #urbexaustralia #bandochasers #urbex_melbourne #exploreeverything #underbridge #placehacking #drainphotography #fisheyephotography #fisheye #shotonmoment #momentsuperfish #shotoniphone7plus
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ᴀᴜsᴛʀᴀʟɪᴀɴ ᴅʀᴀɪɴ ᴀᴄᴄᴏᴜɴᴛs 🇦🇺💦:
@proper_drains @jaz.art @underground_melbourne @the_drain_bandit @deranged_expl @cappakang_urbex @social_dfex
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222 15 12 September, 2019

Makin' BIG moves and having fun along the way! Wearing my platform @crocs #PlatformCrocs #ad

Makin' BIG moves and having fun along the way! Wearing my platform @crocs #PlatformCrocs #ad
2,789 105 30 April, 2019