Web Pricing - Why are the prices on this web site different from those in your stores?
Our stores are staffed with a wide variety of product specialists and support staff, each of whom make an effort to be responsive and pleasant to deal with. We're also able to provide a customer with any item from our inventory to inspect and test. The cost of this customer service is an increased overhead for our in-store prices, to pay for the store space, the training of our employees, and other considerations not present online. We're happy to offer reduced prices online and hope that you will be satisfied with your purchase no matter where you decide to buy.
The Sony SAL-16F28 16mm f/2.8 Fisheye Lens is a superb fisheye lens with a look all its own. This unique lens provides a fascinating perspective on landscapes, cities, crowds and special events. With a 180° angle of view and extraordinary corner-to-corner sharpness, this lens achieves crisp, clear detail from about 8 inches to infinity. Mounted on a Sony α (alpha) DSLR camera, it provides a 110° angle of view with 24mm focal length (35mm equivalent).
A Unique View of the World - With exaggerated perspective and intriguing visual distortion, this fisheye lens brings images closer to the focal plane for a view beyond the ability of human eye.
4 Rotating Filters - Built-in filters can be selected by simply rotating a dial on the lens--including Normal, 056 for accented Contrast in black-and-white photos, B12 to correct color by eliminating red tones, A12 to correct color by eliminating blue tones.
Minimum Focusing Distance
80mm Bayonet directly to the Sony HVR-V1U and the HDR-FX7 camcorders
Diagonal Angle Of View
Items Included With This Product
Front Lens Cap Slip-On
Rear Lens Cap
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