I just got my cool new Rokinon 8mm and decided to try to learn to shoot with a fisheye by doing some street photog at Oakland's monthly First Friday art fair / party. Lots of fun! I love the lens, especially mounted on my Nex-6. One thing that became clear quickly is that proximity is very important with this lens. I was sticking the camera right into the midst of things. The little Sony / Rokinon combination is perfect for this - it would be much more awkward with my big SLR. I shot mostly in aperture priority auto mode which worked great, even in very difficult lighting conditions. The Nex-6 continues to impress. Manual focus on the lens is no problem, because depth of field with an 8mm means almost everything is always in focus anyway. I've attached a few photos. More at Oakland First Friday Feb 2013 - Jerry Fiddler Photography.