Pergear has launched their new 10mm f/8 fisheye pancake lens. It’s available in an array of APS-C mounts including Fuji X, Sony E and Nikon Z as well as Micro Four Thirds. It has a fixed f/8 aperture as well as a focus with a range of only 30cm up to infinity. It’s a tiny lens measuring a mere 55mm x 10mm, weighing only 80g and it’s designed specifically for mirrorless cameras.
It’s a fairly simple lens, with a solid metal construction (hence the 80g weight), a simple lever to adjust the focus from 0.3mm to infinity and fixed f/8 aperture. The optics are made up of 5 elements in 4 groups, with three extra-low dispersion (ED) elements to help eliminate chromatic aberration and other optical defects.
On Nikon, Fuji and Sony APS-C bodies with a 1.5x crop, it offers a 150° field of view. Interestingly, their specs for the Micro Four Thirds version mentioned that it’s a 2x crop instead of a 1.5x crop, but that it also offers a 150° field of view. So, whether the listed 150° is the 1.5x crop APS-C format field of view and this was simply a copy+paste error, I’m not sure.