Vivitar 7mm f/3.5 Series 1 Manual Focus Fisheye Lens for Sony Alpha & Maxxum Digital SLR Cameras

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Vivitar 7mm F/3.5: Picture 1 regular $299.95

Vivitar 7mm F/3.5 Features

  • Best suited for APS-C sized sensors
  • 180° diagonal angle of view
  • Multi-coated glass reduces flare and aberrations

Vivitar 7mm F/3.5 Specifications

10 elements in 7 groups
Angle of view
Picture Angle (D1): 180°
F stop range
Maximum Aperture: f/3.5
Minimum F stop: 22
Filter Size
Does not Take filters
Dimensions (Length x Diameter)
4" Long
Approx. 14.4 oz.
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Reviewed by 5 customers


Bang for the Buck


Great lens for use on the APS-C sensor Nikon. After much research I decided to test out the functionality and usability of wide angle lenses and my shooting style I chose this one instead of the much costlier Nikon lens. For the price you cant beat it. Granted you have to manually set apeture and focus, but thats not that big a deal...good practice at the least. Has done great so far and met all of my expectations.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


save your money


alright, i love this cause I'm another poor college student who wanted to take fishy shots, and it goes down to 7mm and cause its orange. for that purpose its great awesome and fun, i was between this and the cheaper pro optic but i can't tell you whats better. anyways the shots are great and experimental and it fits good with my nikon, but i really wish it was automatic though manuals not bad in comparison so if u can afford a nikon one, go for that if ur serious

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


Great for the price!


What you pay for is what you get, it's okay.I wanted AF so upgraded to a Nikon 16mm fisheye, so sold mine, but have no complaints.Some photographs taken with this [@]If you can afford, go for the Nikon![...]

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)


Excellent value for money


Very good performance with the low price of this objective. Although you have to use manual settings (no Auto) is very easy to use. With a good aperture setting ring and an even better for focusing. Perfect for taking panoramic photos or pictures of landscapes, both urban and nature.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


great fisheye for nikom


great fisheye manual focus is only drawback if you always use auto but for about $300 less than other auto fisheye lenses this gets every thing I need


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Questions about this item:

Sharon M  Compatability: Is this compatable with both the Sony Alpha A300 AND the Sony Alpha SLT-A55V? I've gotten non-Sony lenses before that fit one and not the other....
Andrew R  This lens should work on most Sony "A" mount cameras with APS-C sized sensors. Unfortunately Vivitar does not indicate compatibility with specific camera bodies.
Shopper  is there avivitar series 1 7 mm lens (manual only) that is fully compatible with non digital camera bodies ,as Nikon f2's,etc.??
GENE J  I do not know about the Nikon camera. it works real good on my Sony. Hope this helps you.
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