kitty' 5:51pm, 7 June 2010
does anyone know if you can get fish eye lenses for the sony a330. and if so where? i've looked on the internet, its just hard to trust. so if anyone has one or knows of one and its reliability could you let me know.

thankyou!
Blackriver Images Posted 8 years ago. Edited by Blackriver Images (member) 8 years ago
There is the Sony 16mm f/2.8 Fisheye Lens. It's $849 direct from Sony. You can also find the Minolta version that the Sony is based on used. Sigma makes one for the Sony mount at right around 500. I'm not sure but I think the Tamron comes in a Sony alpha mount as well.

You might also want to look into the "lensbaby" line of custom lenses.
kitty' 8 years ago
oh, thankyou.
a little too expensive, i saw one on the internet for £45 but its probably not reliable.
thankyou for your help.
Luiz Eduardo Carvalho Posted 8 years ago. Edited by Luiz Eduardo Carvalho (member) 8 years ago
Hi

www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias=aps&...

There are a few, and various prices... Sigma and Sony, you can buy with eyes closed, will work fine, but the better ones are quite expensive. Tamron, perhaps a good one for a begginer. I´m waiting a .25x lens from Tamron, quite cheap, and ideal for newbies, like myself, just trying around and see what can be done... There are some $200something options from tamron that are good ones too... I decided for the cheapest, but it would not be bad to get one of those.

dpreview.com has great reviews about almost everything in photography... you can check for some better infos there...
kitty' 8 years ago
hmm! thankyou very much, helped a lot. i'm going to ask around in shops and i'll visit some more websites but those prices are obviously better for me.
thankyou so much, i'll have a good look on dpreview.com

thanks again.
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