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Old April 15th, 2008, 11:14 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by Ian Lim View Post
Peter, pm me please :D :D

Jason, thanks! That was a Raynox cheap semi fish eye adapter.

It was both, storyboard the shoot and spontaneous. It was also both, make a location list and wander around finding good shots:D
Well that covers the bases then! Thanks for the info.

Regarding the Raynox, have you liked the visual quality of those? I hear rumblings on other boards that only the Century Optics are any good, but I don't know that my shooting & cinematography is superior enough for the small differences to matter. Also, is that lens a zoom through so you can tailor the barrel distortion to taste?
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