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  1. New lens rings for R1 and R10

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    Here are a few more lens rings for R1 and R10. Lens rings for Sigma 4.5mm, Sigma 10mm, Sunex 5.6mm, Tokina 10-17mm. The Sunex and Tokina version will work for both Canon and Nikon mounts.

    Sigma 4.5mm for Canon



    Sigma 4.5mm for Nikon



    Sigma 10mm For Canon



    Sigma 10mm For Nikon
    .......coming next week


    Sunex 5.6mm for both Canon and Nikon



    Tokina 10-17mm for both Canon and Nikon


    These lens rings are immediately available. Some are in store already. Others will hit store in a few days.


    Nick



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  2. Re: New lens rings for R1 and R10

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    Something planned for fisheye from Samyang (f=8mm / F3.5 (FISH-EYE LENS)) ?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vinc?®n View Post
    Something planned for fisheye from Samyang (f=8mm / F3.5 (FISH-EYE LENS)) ?

    Thanks

    Vinc?®n
    yes.



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  4. Re: New lens rings for R1 and R10

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    The Samyang is a complex lens.
    A) On FF it need to be shaved.
    B) The focus AND aperture-ring needs to run free.
    Focus too ? Yes Focus too....
    C) Because of that, a bridge and a second ring is needed.

    A challenge for Nick :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigwade View Post
    The Samyang is a complex lens.
    A) On FF it need to be shaved.
    B) The focus AND aperture-ring needs to run free.
    Focus too ? Yes Focus too....
    C) Because of that, a bridge and a second ring is needed.

    A challenge for Nick :-)
    Hi Frank,

    Why can't it use a fixed focus?


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  6. Re: New lens rings for R1 and R10

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    For the Samyang fisheye, see the small adaptation done by Michel Thoby on the NN R1/R10 Sigma ring (i.e. insertion of a lens support in aluminum), here is an
    illustration of the project:
    http://michel.thoby.free.fr/SAMYANG/Samyang+NN-R1.jpg

    More details on PanoToolNG : http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/P.../message/31335
  7. Re: New lens rings for R1 and R10

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    Another one :
    http://tinyurl.com/l9gxna
    More info here: http://www.panoguide.com/forums/tipsntricks/6815/

    it's a ±DIY solution.
    Because the lens is better indoor at 3m and outdoor at infinity and the fact it has a long focusscale, it's nice to have a free focusring.
    The biggest plus of this lens is only on a FF camera.

    The lens itself is a bit of a hype now because it's cheap.
    Wait and see how many actually use it and need a Fanotec solution.
    grtz
    Frank
  8. Re: New lens rings for R1 and R10

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    3 more lens rings just released.
    Lens ring for Olympus 8mm fisheye


    Lens ring for Pentax 10-17mm fisheye

    Note that the flash housing will interfere with the lens ring during mounting and dismounting the lens if the handgrip of camera is at normal facing up position.

    Lens ring for Sigma 10mm fisheye for Nikon





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  9. Re: New lens rings for R1 and R10

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    I also find out that Sigma fisheyes for Sigma mount can share the same lens ring with sigma fisheyes for Canon.



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