Alexander: “I had a travel in my home country – Georgia. Was preparing my photo tours for next year. With my main equipment I had a Olympus E-PL7, 14-42mm and 40-150 f4-5.6 lenses. Just to get to know Micro 4/3. Because when Olympus M1 mark 2 will be shipping I will switch to Micro 4/3 from a dSLR. And I totally in love now with that camera and Olympus brand. This camera as a tool gives me more possibilities in my work. And here is pictures I got with that little camera: Here is themed ones, called Svanetian Fog. Svaneti is a region in Georgia. These themed pictures will be in a separate room in my next exhibitions. http://www.alexlightphoto.com/Svanetian-Fog-on-Olympus/n-nGJb8h And here is just mixed (landscapes and street photography) works I have done with this camera since I have it. (from May 2016) http://www.alexlightphoto.com/Olympus/n-M2hG87“
The crazy looking lens you see above is the newly announced Entaniya 250 degree Fisheye for Micro Four Thirds! The expected price of the lens is ¥388,000 JPY and will be released before Christmas. It will be listed soon on Amazon (here are their products).
This is the kind of look you can “create” with that lens. More images can be seen on Flickr.
You can choose Entaniya Fisheye 250 MFT from 3 sizes of image circle:
Those are the specs:
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