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C-4 Precision Optics 4.9mm f/3.5 Hyper Fisheye for Sony E-Mount
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The C-4 Precision Optics 4.9mm f/3.5 Hyper Fisheye for Sony E-Mount
The C-4 Precision Optics 4.9mm f/3.5 Hyper Fisheye in Sony mount is a 270 degree hyper fisheye lens rated to resolve 8k video. Probable applications include immersive video and VR, horizon to horizon skyline images, etc. Currently available in Sony E-Mount only. Weighs about 12 pounds including the built in tripod legs and cheese plate. Check out a break down of how the lens is built from the ground up!THIS IS A BUILT TO ORDER PRODUCT. PLEASE ALLOW 2 MONTH LEAD TIME.
The lens is also unique; it’s a prototype C-4 Optics 4.9mm f/3.5 circular fisheye. It’s a massive lens giving a 270-degree field of view, meant for immersive video and specialty shots. To give you an idea of what 270 degrees means, the lens sees behind itself. An ultra-wide 15mm fisheye lens gives a 180-degree field of view while an 11mm rectilinear lens is less than 120 degrees.
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