When you need to get a wider angle of view, add the Fisheye Adapter. The Fisheye produces an extraordinary degree of barrel distortion with a magnification factor of approximately .45X. It comes in our popular Bayonet Mount that attaches with a twist to the front of the lens.
While extreme telephoto shots tend to flatten the subject against the background, the Fisheye exaggerates depth, pulling nearby objects closer and causing distant objects to recede into the background. Due to the Fisheye Adapter's characteristic barrel distortion, extreme low and high-angle shots are made more dramatic. An attic crawl space induces heightened claustrophobia. A forest of tall skyscrapers bend menacingly over the audience.
Because the Century Fisheye takes in a much wider angle of view than the human eye, it may be used to visually plunge the audience into a scene, surrounding them with a noisy crowd or exiling them to a lonely beach.
Focusing on the Sony PMW-EX3/EX1/EX1R
Like all fisheye adapters, the Century Fisheye uses the macro feature of the camera to achieve focus. Be sure the macro mode is enabled and the focus gear is engaged to auto focus, rotate ring 180 degrees.
NOTE: The full manual focus mode will not allow the adapter to focus and therefore CANNOT be used in conjunction with wide adapters and Fisheyes
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|Aperture ||Horizontal |
Angle of View
|35mm Still |
|Camera Lens || |
|0HD-FESU-EX1 || |