7Artisans 10mm f/2.8 Fisheye review

The 7Artisans 10mm f/2.8 Fisheye lets you see the bigger picture with your mirrorless camera!

5 Star Rating
7Artisans 10mm f/2.8 Fisheye
(Image: © Matthew Richards)

Digital Camera World Verdict

Catering to popular mirrorless full-frame cameras, this 10mm fisheye is available in Canon RF, Leica L, Nikon Z and Sony FE mount options. Like the rest of the 7Artisans line-up, it’s a fully manual lens but the lack of autofocus is no real problem, thanks to the enormous depth of field. Image quality is excellent for a fisheye lens, with impressive sharpness and negligible colour fringing, right out to the extreme edges and corners of the image frame. It’s solidly built with the barrel, integral hood, mounting plate and front lens cap all being crafted from metal. At the price, it’s an absolute steal.


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    Superb image quality for a fisheye

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    Sturdily built from metal parts

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    Stepless ‘de-clicked’ aperture ring


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    No autofocus – are you bothered?

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    No built-in electronics

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    No weather-seals

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The 7Artisans 10mm f/2.8 Fisheye is part of a unique group of lenses. There are some seriously wide-angle rectilinear lenses available for mirrorless full-frame cameras, but fisheye lenses really take off the blinkers. 

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Matthew Richards

Matthew Richards is a photographer and journalist who has spent years using and reviewing all manner of photo gear. He is Digital Camera World's principal lens reviewer – and has tested more primes and zooms than most people have had hot dinners! 

His expertise with equipment doesn’t end there, though. He is also an encyclopedia  when it comes to all manner of cameras, camera holsters and bags, flashguns, tripods and heads, printers, papers and inks, and just about anything imaging-related. 

In an earlier life he was a broadcast engineer at the BBC, as well as a former editor of PC Guide.