This set includes the following matching/flaring/aperture anamorphic mimicking lenses. Please try and space out lenses, leaving one or two wide angles (20, 28 or 37), one or two medium lenses (50, 50 or 58) and one or two of the telephotos (85, 100 or 135). The zenitar I have plenty of. It is a good match with the set, but I also have the Zenitar without the vignette, but it does not have the same aberrative flares neither , so it is up to you whether you prefer a modified or unmodified fisheye .
Here are the images I took with these lenses nearly wide open WITHOUT color correction; scroll down to see the images after color correction from the Sony a7s mk i .
Click individual lenses to see larger scaled images !
The 16mm Fisheye is, in my opinion, an aps-c lens, because it vegnettes so much on a Full Frame sensor. So I would recommend this lens for S35, and m4/3, but only go full frame unless you want that blue vignette. All of these pictures were taken on a Sony a7s i
16mm Fisheye f2.8
Once you understand the style and indication of the flaring characteristics. The lenses are pretty standard. You will want to shoot between 70-100% wide open to get the most flare, with varying amounts depending on the desired amount of flare. In this day lit scene, having the aperture 100% wide open added an increase to the flares that i aimed to get at 85-95% wide open.
These images WERE color graded from the Sony A7s i:
These lenses have all been adapted to EF with sturdy adapters. They have focus and iris gears and currently have 72mm front threads (aside from the 16mm and 20mm). Check in soon as they will have 77mm inner and 80mm outer diameters too 🙂