Widen the perspective of your wide-angle lens even further with the Sony VCL-ECF2 Fisheye Converter. This conversion lens is for the Sony SEL16F28 16mm f/2.8 and SEL20F28 20mm f/2.8 E-mount lenses. The 16mm f/2.8 Alpha E-mount lens has a 35mm equivalent length of 24mm which becomes 15mm when used with the VCL-ECF2, and the 20mm f/2.8 lens goes from a 35mm equivalent of 30mm to 20mm. It is constructed of 4 elements in 4 groups. Front and rear lens caps and a carrying case are included to help protect the lens.
- For Alpha E-Mount Lenses
- Provides Fisheye Perspective
Sony VCLECF2 Overview
Sony VCLECF2 Specs
|35mm Equivalent Focal Length|
|Angle of View|
|Hood||Petal shape, fixed|
|Dimensions||2.6 x 1.7" (66 x 44 mm)|
|Weight||5.3 oz (150 g)|
|Package Weight||0.615 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||4 x 3.85 x 2.75"|
Sony VCLECF2 Reviews
Super nice fisheyelen
Very nice lens. I'm satisfied quality of this lens.
I got it on sale to use with the 16mm. Wish I had gotten the version 1 when it was on sale for an even cheaper price. Well built product and takes great photos. This is my first time using a fisheye adapter and I. Am pleased with the photos from this adapter. Great add on for the 16 mm lens.
A Bargain Price for a Deluxe Lens
Unless you're into cliches, this isn't a lens you'll use all the time. When you do want the fisheye look, though, you won't be sorry you've teamed this adaptor with your 16 or 20mm lens. The lens allows you to see in ways that are difficult imagine. If can let you seem to float in the void. It allows to peer over the edge of a precipice from a safe distance. It can make night sky photography look like you live on another planet. It takes bends in your photo and turns them into nearly full circles. The limited of this lens are set by only by the boundaries of your own creativity.
Practicle but not sharp
Bought this converter for the Sony 16mm for fisheye photography. While it does what it supposes to do, it will dramatically reduces the sharpness of the base lens and image quality. Plus, if you have a full frame camera, like in my case the A7R II, you have to switch to APC mode otherwise you'll have significant vignetting.
Fisheye lens is definitely a fun one to use. The downside is you need the wide angle lens first. The autofocus makes it a easier to use than using other manual focus third party lens. By itself it's pretty compact.
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