Specifications

The Basics

170 Degrees Fisheye

This is what it's all about guys and gals, Fisheye Cameras take in a whopping 170 degree view of the world, soaking up every detail around you into a mind-blowingly cool circular image!

35mm Film Format

Our Fisheye cameras use standard 35mm film that can be developed in any Supermarket that has a film lab.

Internal Flash

Both the Fisheye One and Fisheye No.2 have a built-in flash unit to shed some light on things in those dark situations! The Flash is powered by one 'AA' Battery (not included).

Fisheye No.2 Extras

B, 'Bulb' Setting

The Fisheye No.2 has a slamming long-exposure ‘B’ setting. By holding down the shutter button with your finger, you can keep the shutter open for as long as you like – thereby inviting all the gorgeous ambient light outside to come on in. To close the shutter, merely release the button. When using 400 ISO film, keeping the shutter open for about 1-3 seconds is usually enough for a nighttime city shot. Extend that to 5 seconds or so for a streaky overexposure. If it's really dark out, then let the shutter go for 10-20 seconds. For the sharpest images, place your camera onto something sturdy. Given the Fisheye No.2's super-wide-angle view, handheld shots can be pretty sharp too – as long as you hold still. For buckwild abstracts – move you camera around with the shutter open – or even twist it in a circle!

Multiple Exposure (MX) Option

This setting on the Fisheye No.2 allows you to take two or more shots on the same frame. Take your first shot, press the MX button, and you're now ready for the next one. Repeat as many times as you like.

Fisheye Viewfinder

Do you see what I see? If your camera suddenly comes alive, looks you in the eye, and asks you this question – then you can calmly reply, “I sure do.” Just slip this little jewel into the hotshoe on your Fisheye No.2 and you'll get an authentic preview of the fisheye treat waiting for you to capture it.

Standard Hotshoe Mount

The Fisheye No.2 has a slamming long-exposure ‘B’ setting. By holding down the shutter button with your finger, you can keep the shutter open for as long as you like – thereby inviting all the gorgeous ambient light outside to come on in. To close the shutter, merely release the button. When using 400 ISO film, keeping the shutter open for about 1-3 seconds is usually enough for a nighttime city shot. Extend that to 5 seconds or so for a streaky overexposure. If it's really dark out, then let the shutter go for 10-20 seconds. For the sharpest images, place your camera onto something sturdy. Given the Fisheye No.2's super-wide-angle view, handheld shots can be pretty sharp too – as long as you hold still. For buckwild abstracts – move you camera around with the shutter open – or even twist it in a circle!

Lock Setting

This setting on the Fisheye No.2 allows you to take two or more shots on the same frame. Take your first shot, press the MX button, and you're now ready for the next one. Repeat as many times as you like.

First and Second Curtain Flash

When using the ‘N’ setting on you Fisheye No.2, both the internal and hotshoe flash will fire when you hit the shutter button (first curtain). If you select ‘B’ then the hotshoe flash will fire when you first depress the button (first curtain), and the internal flash will fire when you let go of the button (second curtain).

Full Metal Jacket Exterior

If those rowdy bikers are giving you a hard time, then just show ‘em the Fisheye No.2's new hard-as-nails metal-plated exterior. Built for toughness, but refined for beauty – you'll feel equally comfortable slinging your camera at a Texas Hog Pit or a Parisian Debutante Ball.

 

Fisheye One

Fisheye No.2

170 Degrees Fisheye!
35mm Film format
Fixed Aperture F/8
Shutter Speed 1/100
Approx. 10mm focal length
Internal Flash
Plastic Lens
B, 'Bulb' Setting
Multiple Exposure (MX) Option
Fisheye Viewfinder
Standard Hotshoe Mount
Lock Setting
First and Second Curtain Flash
Full Metal Jacket Exterior