Back in April, ePHOTOzine reported that Grays of Westminster had put a rare Nikon fisheye lens up for sale with a price tag of £100,000. The 6mm f/2.8 Fisheye-Nikkor lens did sell but before sending it off to its new owner, Grays of Westminster decided to mount the lens on to a Nikon D800 to produce a short film.
So for those of you who were wondering what images taken with the lens may have looked like, have a look at this footage which was shot in the vintage department at Grays of Westminster:
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