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Neewer 52mm WIDE-ANGLE Lens ~INCLUDING BAG~ FOR NIKON D40 D50 D60 D70 D80 D40X

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  • Works on ALL Cameras & Camcorders with 52mm size Lens Filter thread
  • Professional High Definition: PHD Lens reduces glass flare & ghosting caused by reflections
  • Premium Rimmed Glass: High quality rimmed glass reduces light reflection around lens edge
  • Infrared Compatible: For high resolution day & night recording
  • This excellent lens can be separated in two pieces: macro part and wide angle part. So you can use it both ways
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Neewer 52mm WIDE-ANGLE Lens ~INCLUDING BAG~ FOR NIKON D40 D50 D60 D70 D80 D40X + Fotodiox Nikon Macro Extension Tube Kit for Nikon Cameras, Extreme Close-ups + PLR Optics 52MM +1 +2 +4 +10 Close-Up Macro Filter Set with Pouch For The Nikon D5300, D5000, D3000, D3200, D5100, D5200, D3100, D3300, D7000, D7100, D4, D4S, D800, D800E, D600, D610, D40, D40x, D50, D60, D70, D80, D90, D100, D200, D300, D3, D3S, D700, Digital SLR Cameras Which Have Any Of These (18-55mm, 55-200mm, 50mm) Nikon Lenses
Price for all three: $39.81

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Technical Details

  • Model: 0.45X WIDE ANGLE 52MM BLACK (NIKON)

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 5.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 7.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B002VSM7LE
  • Item model number: 0.45X WIDE ANGLE 52MM BLACK (NIKON)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (256 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #595 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: November 5, 2009

Product Description

This is a premium 52mm wide angle lens with 0.45x magnification for cameras and camcorders. The lens will multiply angle view of digital/video cameras by 0.45 times, which more than doubles the angle of view of the camera. It's great for landscapes or recording in situations where a little creative curvature of field is wanted for a certain style. This unique lens works on all Cameras & Camcorders with 52mm size Lens Filter thread! This excellent lens can be separated in two pieces (unscrewed): macro part and wide angle part. So you can use it both ways: like macro lens (without wide angle part) and like wide angle with macro together! This is a very unique feature of this lens for its price. So for the price of only ONE lens you are getting TWO!

Features:

Built-in Macro lens for extreme close-up shots

Digital SLR Pro Lens

Professional High Definition: PHD Lens reduces glass flare & ghosting caused by reflections

Special Element Frame: Special matte aluminum satin finish frame reduces reflections & optimized photography

Premium Rimmed Glass: High quality rimmed glass reduces light reflection around lens edge

Infrared Compatible: For high resolution day & night recording

Lens Back Threads Size 52mm

AF / Infrared Compatible

High Quality Crystal Optics

Multi-coated

Auto Focus

Fully Automatic

Great for Every Type of Photographic Situation

Specifications:

Compatible with: All cameras & camcorders with a 52mm sized lens filter thread

Magnification: 0.45x

Lens Composition: 2-2 fully Multi-Coated

Mount Thread: 52mm Straight

Weight: 6 oz

Package Contents:

1 x Wide Angle Lens 52mm & Macro Lens

1 x Lens Bag

1 x Lens Cap


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

No need to buy costly lenses.
Rajendra Yadav
If you're just a casual photographer looking for a new perspective to play with, I would highly recommend this product.
indometalman
It screws on to an existing lens on your camera.
Kat

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

219 of 222 people found the following review helpful By BeehiveHairdresser on February 28, 2010
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Based off of the two reviews I was unsure how good of a lens attachment I would be receiving, but for $7.99 I threw the dice.

I received this lens attachment a few short days after ordering and it screwed onto the front of my 18 to 55mm (D60) lens without any issue. (the lens attachment is made of metal and glass -- it feels good and sturdy).

After taking several photos I noticed that when set to the widest angle possible the corners vignette and get blurred.

For some this might be a complete turn off, for others it might mean that you just found the best accessory to add to your camera bag for eight bucks. When set to just about any setting other than the widest no vignetting is noticable.

I think it's a perfect new toy for anyone willing to experiment with accessories.

If you want to see what the vignetting looks like here is a link to my official review along with numerous shots that I took with this lens.

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214 of 219 people found the following review helpful By Craig Volpe on April 27, 2011
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There seems to be a lot of confusion over this lens adapter. First of all, it's not a standalone lens, it's a lens adapter that screws onto the front of your existing lens. Second, the 52mm refers to what diameter filter thread this screws onto, not what focal length lens this mounts to. You can use this on any camera and lens as long as the lens has a 52mm filter thread on the front. If you want to know what diameter filter thread your lens has just look at the inside of the lens cap. It should say in there or there should be a number on the lens next to a diameter symbol that looks like this: Ø.

The lens adapter includes two pieces. They can be used together to give you a wider angle view on your existing lens, or you can just use the macro filter part to take pictures of stuff close up.

As far as image quality, if you're just using the macro filter without the wide-angle adapter it looks great. Not quite as good or as powerful magnification as a dedicated macro lens, but still it's very good for most purposes. If you've used a close-up filter before that's basically what this is.

When using the wide angle adapter piece the center of the frame stays sharp and the edges are pretty blurry. There is also significant barrel distortion. If your subject is on the edge of your frame or you need to keep your lines straight then you won't like this lens adapter. But if you don't have those requirements or you don't mind sacrificing some image quality to get smaller size, lighter weight, and cheaper price, then this little adapter works quite well. It's a great economical way to try out wide angle or macro and see if it's something you might want to buy a dedicated lens for.
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88 of 89 people found the following review helpful By Narsuitus on July 7, 2010
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One of my photo students brought this wide-angle lens to class and I tried it. I was impressed enough with the few shots I took that I ordered my own lens from Amazon.

I tested mine on a Nikon digital SLR with an 18-55mm zoom lens and on a Canon G5 compact digital camera with a 35mm to 140mm zoom lens (35mm equiv). On the Nikon, this wide-angle lens expanded the wide-angle coverage of the 18mm focal length to something wider than 14mm. On the Canon, this wide-angle lens expanded the wide-angle coverage of the 35mm focal length to slightly wider than 28mm. The macro portion of this lens was similar in performance to my +10 diopter supplemental close-up lens (also called a close-up filter by some).

After additional shots and tests, I can say without reservation--this lens produces decent quality wide-angle images and the macro portion produces decent quality close-up images. Yes, there is some darkening of the corners of the image (vignetting) and there is significant curving of straight lines (barreling) and there is some loss of detail on the edges. However, this lens is a great bargain and I will highly recommend it to future students.
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84 of 93 people found the following review helpful By Michael Morgan on May 5, 2010
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I took the low-price bait and bought one for my new micro four-thirds Panasonic GF1 with 14-45mm kit lens (35mm equivalent of 28-90mm) hoping to get a usable wide angle adapter instead of spending over $1000 on the overpriced 7-14mm Panasonic lens. This adapter is certainly cheap, was delivered fast and seems nicely made for the price. It also has minimal vignetting even when setting the kit lens to 14mm and offers about a 1.5 times wider view. The reason for my one-star rating is that the image quality begins to degrade rapidly starting about half-way from the center in any direction and becomes a mushy blur near the edges. This degradation occurs for all focal lengths, even when zooming the kit lens to 45mm. This might be OK for prints of landscapes or cityscapes up to 3" x 5" or maybe 4" x 6" but will look like crap for anything larger, including any viewing on a monitor. If used to take a group photo the faces of those on the sides of the group will be unrecognizable! I don't see how this can be a useful piece of kit unless the desire is to blur most of image in each of your photos. Essentially, the extra part of the wide-angle image that is added to the photo by using this adaptor has worse image quality than that shot from the cheapest disposable camera.
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