Opteka .42x HD² Wide Angle Macro Fisheye Lens for Canon EOS / EF
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- Included with the lens is the box, instructions, carry pouch, front and rear caps, and a 58mm to 52mm converter ring.
- You can screw this lens onto the front of any existing lens, provided it has either a 58mm or 52mm thread.
- Also the back part is removable, so it can be used as a macro lens.
t's easy to use the new Opteka .42x HD² Titanium Series High Resolution Ultra Wide Angle Macro Fisheye Converter Lens to increase the versatility of your existing lens to provide breathtaking ultra wide angle views. The built-in, detachable macro lens allows you to take extreme high resolution close-up shots. Ideal for Scenic panoramas, groups and tight interiors.
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As for the Macro aspects, not really any better than the stock lens. Also a pure wide angle or fisheye is probably better, but the price on this was right for what I wanted. Haven't shot much with it yet, but so far it looks okay.
but when it came down to it, i knew when i purchased it this was only to hold me over for the next few months until i can afford something that can deliver what i need. Sigma 12-24mm f/4.5-5.6 EX DG IF HSM Aspherical Ultra Wide Angle Zoom Lens for Canon SLR Cameras because i have needs.
i experience a pretty noticeable amount of distortion on the outer edges of the shot, nothing that can't be cropped out or ignored.
also great to use if you want to add that certain "character" to your shot & yet making it seem intentional. or if you're debating whether or not to add a wide angle lens to your collection, try this out first?
i think its really fun to unscrew this off my camera & watch peoples faces through it. whoa.
seller was excellent, fast shipping! & all that good stuff.
Without the step-up ring, the gadget also fits a 52mm filter size lens. I tried it on my Canon EF-S 60mm macro, but it didn't seem to work on that one.
it to 58mm which can mount on the XTi's kits lens and 50mm f1.8 lens.
When it mounts to the kits lens which is 18-55mm you can not tune the
kits to 18mm, simply because 18mm is so focus short plus this .42 you get
very limit light path that only can lighten a small round area of your
10M CCD. The minimum it can go is 30mm that is 30x.42=12mm. Still not a
bad fish eye.