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The front element lens diameter does not affect the ability to create a fisheye effect. To get a true, in-camera fisheye, you need to use a fisheye lens. A smaller lens diameter might be useful for creating in-camera vignetting (the rounded black borders but without the spherical distortion) if you stack enough filters or step up rings and use a wide enough ...


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I can't answer your question about the lenses, but any good editing software should let you apply a fisheye effect after the fact. Just find the effects menu in whatever software you are using, and such an effect should be in there. For example, if you are using Final Cut Pro, the effects menu should be in the top right hand corner (here's the Apple help ...


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