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Zeikos ZE-3437F 37mm 0.40x high definition Fisheye lens with Macro attachment, includes lens pouch and cap covers (Life Time Warranty)

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37mm Fisheye
  • Super Wide Fisheye View
  • Perfect Add-on for DSLR, Digital Point-n-shoot and Camcorders
  • Case included
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Technical Details

Size: 37mm Fisheye
  • Brand Name: Zeikos
  • Model: ZE-3437F
  • Lens Type: wide-angle

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Product Details

Size Name: 37mm Fisheye
  • Product Dimensions: 1.9 x 1.9 x 1.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00275G10E
  • Item model number: ZE-3437F
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (179 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 14, 2009

Product Description

Size: 37mm Fisheye

0.40X Super wide Fisheye Auxiliary lens for 37mm point-n-shoot digital cameras & camcorders. Perfect for a macro, fisheye view too!

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It also introduces horribly bad chromatic aberration - massive coloured fringes around the edges of objects.
thirdeye187
It performs as described, though there is slight vignetting at the widest angle, so zoom in just a bit to eliminate that.
Mozer
Threading - the wide angle piece has a 62mm outer threading so you will be able to use a lens cap or filters with it.
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63 of 65 people found the following review helpful By Nathan Andersen TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on July 15, 2009
Size Name: 58mm Verified Purchase
Length: 0:24 Mins
Ever since I picked up my Canon VIXIA HFS10 camcorder, I've wanted to add a wide angle lens converter. Of course, the macro converter that Canon sells (the WD-H58) is pretty expensive and since I wouldn't use it very often I couldn't justify the cost.

Then I noticed this Zeikos lens and thought at this price it was worth a try. I'm pretty happy with it.

First, it looks great on my camcorder. It doesn't look cheap, and matches the style and look of the Vixia HFS10 very nicely. It comes with a "fit on" cap for the Wide Angle end of the lens and a "screw on" cap for the attachment side.

It does what I was looking for, expanding a bit on the angle I can capture up close and extending the range of imagery that's in focus on a longer shot. The main thing I wanted was to be able to shoot a bit wider up close, since I sometimes use a green screen in my office and can't get my camera back very far from the screen. Though I was hoping it would go a bit wider than it does, this definitely helps.

I'm not exactly sure what the .45x means, since as far as I can tell (based on measuring the relative size of objects with and without the lens on) this really gives about .8x magnification. I assume it may have to do with the fact that what you really have here is a "Macro" lens + a .45 Wide Angle lens and the net effect is to give a .8 magnification. What I didn't know when I bought this is that the "Macro" component of the lens and the "Wide Angle" component are separable.
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42 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Photo-Nerd.com on January 2, 2010
Size Name: 58mm Verified Purchase
Length: 2:32 Mins
For $12.50 I wasn't expecting much. This lens is awesome for the price... and it will get quite a bit of use... the optical quality is good and it doesn't feel cheap.
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Christopher Vincelette on December 5, 2009
Size Name: 58mm Verified Purchase
I have owned this for a few weeks now. I've used it a few times with my Canon HF S10. Just recently I used it for a 2 hour tour de force real estate shoot. I filmed indoors and outdoors, low light and bright light, fixed on a tripod and hands free with panning.

The final cut (10 minutes) can be viewed on youtube if you search for "Colonial Square Model Twin Home Complete!"

Issues I've noticed include dark shadows in the upper right and left corners when at full wide (zoomed out all the way). Chromatic aberration (red, green, and blue halos around things) is particularly bad. The barrel distortion (curve of straight lines near the edges) actually isn't too bad but blurring is very noticible everywhere except the dead center of the shot.

The lens is alo extremely suseptible to lens flaring. If there there is a light source in front of or above you... you will have lens flare garanteed. The wide lens is threaded so you can use a Multi Coated UV filter to kill the lens flare.

Overall I found the quality of the video captured with this lens on to be noticably degraded.

That all said I have to agree with the video review that the build quality is spectacular. It integrates and blends with the HF S10 body very naturally. It's solid metal and glass, built like a tank. The snap on lens cap is a great inclusion. And weird as it may sound it adds enough extra weight and viewing area to the camera that it substantially reduces the amount of perceivable camera shake in my shots. If you need to go wide in some hostile environments and need a lens that can take a beating but won't make you shed any tears if it dies this would be worth having in your arsenal.

All things considered for $10 I would buy this again without hesitation.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Rufus Burgess on July 23, 2009
Size Name: 37mm/Silver
Length: 0:30 Mins
I agree with A. Abram's review. The wide angle lens has a very good build quality and blends well with my Canon Vixia HF200. Pretty much everything in his review is spot on. However, there are a couple things that are somewhat disappointing.

The vignetting in close range means this lens really can't be used for semi-pro work. The strange thing is that on the HF200 you can't even tell that vignetting is occurring until the video is transferred into an editing program. A little zoom will make it disappear. But that is where the biggest problem comes into being. This lens is advertised as a .45x wide angle but with the macro on it is really more of a .8x. If you zoom in much you will lose the entire benefit of a wide angle lens. The cure is worse than the disease.

The detachable macro is a great addition. I'm not really into photography but I can see where this may come in useful every once in a while. Just taking some pictures of a dime were NOTICEABLY better with the macro on. No matter how much I zoomed in without the macro I couldn't get as close or as much detail as with the macro on.

Six 37mm adapters come with this lens (25, 27, 28, 30, 30.5, 34mm). Unfortunately no adapter comes with the lens that makes the wide angle lens (without the macro) fit on 37mm threads. This would add so much more versatility to the lens in situations that require a fisheye view. I give an example in the video and you can see at least another foot of view is added.

When considering buying these ask yourself how much you're going to use them. For $17 these offer almost the same performance as the official canon WA lens at 1/10 of the price. The only problem with performance is when using high levels of zoom (blurred).
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