Filtration for fisheye lenses has always been difficult, but Tadashi has a solution for extreme filmmakers at a nearly disposable price.
For certain portions of the filmmaking world, a fisheye isn’t an occasional lens, it’s a daily use mainstay. Skateboarding and other action sports live on the widest lens they can shoot and get as close to the action as possible, which puts your lens at the risk of damage if you don’t have some form of protection. The curved front of most fisheye glass makes this difficult since screw-on filters won’t fit, and a matte box and slide-in filters weigh down your package.
Tadashi has now come out with two filters, the Basic and the Pro, for protecting your fisheye lens from spit, dust, dog slobber or a skate deck slamming right into the lens.
Taking Your Extreme Fisheye Lens to Extreme Shoots? Tadashi’s Filter Has You Covered