Working with fish-eye objectives requires seeing the potential to distort the shape of the subject and space. It is an ideal objective to work a wide range of photographic styles such as architecture, landscape, action and art. For those interested in entering and experimenting with these types of objectives, Kamlan presented its new model for Micro 4/3 frames: Kamlan 7.5mm F3.2 Fish-Eye .
As usual of the Chinese objectives, its focus is to provide economic solutions that are based on the basic standards of image quality. The Chinese optics has a classic design designed for photography and video, which can be seen by the toothed focus ring . This objective joins a line of the company of optical solutions for APS-C and MFT formats. During the CP +, attendees can see it live and test it to see its capabilities.
The objective has an internal construction of seven elements divided into six groups. It has a manual opening range of F3.2 to F16. Its minimum focusing distance is only 10cm, which many lovers of macro photography can find as a striking element. Summing up its values from the MTF table, the objective presents a good quality of optical resolution ; even to reproduce minimal detail lies on the optimum quality standard. The tests show that the objective has a slight vignetting, which will not be a problem to adjust in a RAW developer.