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Lens Tube Adapter 67mm for Canon PowerShot SX520 HS SX60 HS SX50 HS SX40 HS SX30 IS SX20 IS SX10 IS SX1 IS

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  • Filter Thread: 67mm
  • For Canon Powershot SX30, SX40 & SX50 Cameras
  • Designed to fit 67mm fisheye, wide-angle, telephoto and macro lenses, filters, lens hoods and more.
  • Lightweight, Easy to use, Durable
  • Limited Lifetime Manufacturer's Warranty
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Lens Tube Adapter 67mm for Canon PowerShot SX520 HS SX60 HS SX50 HS SX40 HS SX30 IS SX20 IS SX10 IS SX1 IS + Tiffen 67mm UV Protection Filter + Tiffen 67mm Circular Polarizer
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Product Description

The Bower Tube adapter for Canon allows simple one twist attachment for lenses with 67mm filter threads at the end of the lens barrel. This provides extensive versatility for users to add zoom, wide-angle and fisheye effects. Additionally, this adapter adjusts as you zoom for seamless transitions.Compatible with Canon Powershot SX520 HS, SX60 HS, SX50 HS, SX40 HS, SX30 IS, SX20 IS, SX10 IS and SX1 IS digital cameras.

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  • Product Dimensions: 2.8 x 0.2 x 2.8 inches ; 0.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B0057G2TH4
  • Item model number: ACSX30
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (93 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 25, 2010

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3.4 out of 5 stars

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Okay, the main issue first: it's definitely not worth spending more for the Canon-made version! This does the job fine, and a little hard-plastic ring is all any maker's version is going to be.

Once I figured out how it went on, I had no real problem with the attachment process: just face the filter-screw threading outward, line up the two parts of the guide mark at the side, then push on and turn 90 degrees (until the line matches up with the dot at the bottom on the barrel).

It does NOT form a complete seal, though, so you will still need to clean off your camera's lens regularly when dust or moisture gets in behind this.

The design has the circle divided in 4, with 90-degree arcs of attached vs. loose, and clockwise/counter-clockwise makes no difference when detaching. On my old camera (a Canon S2 IS, overdue for an upgrade!) there was a release button that had to be held down when detaching the adapter; the SX40 has no such lock or stop, so when I'm changing a filter I worry that I'll turn both layers, and set the adapter loose again.

I like the fact that the adapter attaches just below the tip of the lens barrel, and moves in and out with the zoom; my old S2 required a bulky adapter cylinder/cone because it attached at the base! I do rather wish there was some way to slope the abrupt transitional profile, though -- it sometimes feels like you stuck a saucer on the end of the lens barrel, when you're trying to edge the "nose" in somewhere. I actually accidentally "popped" the filter assembly off once when I moved the camera too hastily back from a window frame, and was just lucky it didn't break anything. More plastic wouldn't add much weight, but it would mean a larger item again, a nuisance if you're carrying it in your bag rather than attached.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Rolling With Husky on April 4, 2012
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I read a lot of complaints by others suggesting that anything made to adapt to the Canon Powershot SX40 HS didn't fit well, couldn't be put on, etc., but that has not been my experience at all. I purchased this adapter ring so that I could add a polarizing filter to my lens. As soon as I got it I put it on the camera. It went right on, with ease, taking only a half turn to snap into place without forcing. When I received my filter I attached it to the ring easily, a couple of seconds and I was ready to get outside and start shooting. My filter was secure, as I let my camera hang from my neck while I got into position for the shots I wanted to take, I had no problems. It has nicely textured areas for easy grip, this is important to me as I experience some tremors. I would recommend this product to anyone with a camera like mine.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Wayne M. Vanweerthuizen on May 27, 2013
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Fits snug and secure on my Canon PowerShot SX50HS camera. Sometimes it takes a bit of effort to get it aligned just right before it will twist on, though. Does its job of holding filters. I am happy with mine; this is my preferred adapter for this camera.

I've tried both 58mm and 67mm adapters with my SX50HS and prefer the 67mm adapters because the smaller 58mm adapters cause vignetting in wide-angle shots. (It's not so noticeable on the LCD screen, which shows a slightly cropped image. But it's quite visible in saved raw files.) I believe this is why Canon recommends 67mm filters for the SX50HS.

General advice: Be careful when the camera lens retracts that this adapter doesn't catch or drag on anything. This could potentially be an issue if the camera is set on a table and powers down automatically after some time. Also remember to always turn off the camera before installing or removing filters or adapters. Moderate force against the lens mechanism on this camera while it is on can cause temporary lens misalignment, resulting in the camera reporting a "lens error", and being unable to focus. Misalignment is much less likely to occur while the camera is off and the zoom lens is parked in its most secure position. (The camera does attempt to reset the alignment when it's turned on and off, and is usually successful in doing so. But you don't want to stress the delicate parts by allowing them to get misaligned when it could be avoided.)
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Flower Sniffer on March 12, 2012
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This is made of plastic which I was looking for and what I liked so it won't mar the lens of the camera.
If you go by the metal kind and it is a tight fit, then you already know which one will give (the lens and not the filter adapter ring).
This plastic adapter ring won't damage your camera but stays on it quite well with just the right amount of tightness.
The finish could better but is good enough and won't be noticed once you have a filter on it.
This is a good copy of the genuine article although not an excellent copy that you can't tell them apart.
I just gave it 4 stars for the finish (how it has been molded or made)..as for the fit, it fits quite good and firm.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By JP on February 15, 2013
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I bought this adapter for the Canon PowerShot sx50. Since the product description didn't specifically say it was for the sx50 I was a little concerned. It came with no directions on how to attach it and I had some trouble figuring out how to put the thing on. So, naturally, I thought it was wrong for the sx50. I contacted the seller who assured me it was the right piece. I found a video on Youtube showing me EXACTLY how to put it on. And it does work. (I was trying to put it on backwards)!
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