I used to have a Zuiko Digital 8mm F3.5 fisheye lens for my Olympus DSLR, but I decided to sell it off some time ago, due to the lack of usage, and not that much variety of shots I can come up with it. It was a great lens to give that few extra unusual perspective for some shooting conditions, but it rarely worked if too many fisheye effects were presented in a series of photographs. Not using it as often as I liked, I felt that the lens was not worth keeping, and I sold it off to fund other lenses which I did use more frequently, both for my own shutter therapy needs as well as paid assignment/jobs. Nonetheless, I do admit I miss the fisheye lens a lot.
Recently I had a chance to meet up with a dear friend Ananda, and I saw his newly purchased Samyang 7.5mm Fisheye lens for Micro 4/3 camera. That Samyang Fisheye looks really gorgeous !! It was reasonably priced for rather impressive optical performance it brings, the only drawback was the absence of autofocus, which was not a main issue since wide angle lenses are less demanding when it comes to focusing, even manually.
Ronnie trying out Ananda's spanking new Samyang Fisheye.
Now suddenly I wish I still have my old fisheye lens ! Ahhh... we always want what we do not have.