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Alfa2 Posted - Apr 29 2016 : 03:15:45 AM
I use Zenitar 16mm f/2.8 for many years, mainly with film cameras.

Canon A-1 + Zenitar

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seany65 Posted - Sep 23 2016 : 10:49:19 AM
Really? To me it looks so 'undistorted' that it looks like it was done with a 'normal' ( though very) wide angle lens, such as a 20mm or something!

Well done for not just satying with the 'fisheye'/semi-'fisheye' look.
Alfa2 Posted - Sep 23 2016 : 04:47:51 AM
No, it was not cropped.
seany65 Posted - Sep 22 2016 : 4:21:55 PM
@ Alfa2, Am I right in thinking that the second pic has been cropped/cut so that it only shows part of a photo?

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