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Corporate Fisheye Splitzer

You can use buisness cards to make a splitzer for your Fisheye! The size of the business card is perfect for your Fisheye lense. All you need is some tape, a business card and your Fisheye!

All you do is fold the tape so it double sticks and put it at the end of one side of the business card. Then decide where you want the splice-push it on the lense of your Fisheye 2 until the tape sticks well enough-then shoot! For more accurate splitzerizing, I recommend getting more than one business card, that way you can put it exactly where the other one left off.

written by clichecliche44

8 comments

  1. majorted

    majorted

    very smart idea, looks like it works perfectly too!

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  2. cinzinc

    cinzinc

    i agree, it seems to work real great

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  3. ilovemydiana

    ilovemydiana

    how did you do doubles with a fish eye?

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  4. ndroo

    ndroo

    Now I know what to do with those business cards. Hahaha. Cool tips!

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  5. stouf

    stouf

    Simple and efficient ! I love it !

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  6. miss_behavin

    miss_behavin

    Ik was actually thinking about just sticking some paper halfway across the lens, but wasn't quite sure it would work. You proved it does! Great! Deffinately gonna try this :).

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  7. yellowxboy

    yellowxboy

    thank you SO much! :D great thinking/idea!
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  8. seenotretter

    seenotretter

    thanks for inspiring me to build my own splitzer... i used some soft black plastik-covered cardboard that was part of some electronic to cut out a long stripe that i connected by sticky tape to a loop and a marginally connected semi-circle that i glued to the loop with some more sticky tape... its awesome... can't wait to try it out!!

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