Yasuhara Madoka: the first 180 degree circle fisheye lens for mirrorless cameras

The Japanese company Yasuhara (the maker of the Nanoha macro lens) is going to release a new lens called Madoka - the first 180 degree circle fisheye lens for mirrorless cameras. Here are the basic specs of the Sony E-mount version:

  • The lens will have f/4 aperture
  • Compact  size
  • Length: about 40mm
  • Diameter: about 60mm
  • Weight: about 200g
Update: the lens is now available in the US.

The first Yasuhara Madoka will be released for Sony E mount this spring. The Micro 4/3 version will follow few months later. The company is planning to release also a special software for the images taken with Madoka lenses. Some sample pictures taken with the 180° lens can be found on their website:

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