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Cokin 2x Digi-Telephoto Lens 200 (58mm)

B&H # COR76058 Mfr # CR76058
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Product Highlights
  • 2x Telephoto Capability
  • Easy Attachment and Removal
  • Small and Lightweight

The Cokin 2x Digi-Telephoto Lens 200 (58mm) - This lens will allow you to bring distant vistas closer than what's possible with your camera's lens. By using a magnetic ring, it's easy to remove and attach with ease while not interfering with the phone's functionality.

Designed to meet the needs of today's digital cameras and camcorders, this glass conversion lens can help give your camera more flexibility. The increased focal length that this lens produces, can turn a simple shot into a real winner.

Fits easily into pocket or bag and can be easily removed and attached from any phone through the use of a custom magnetic ring.
Provides 2x capability.
Cokin 2x Digi-Telephoto Lens 200 (58mm)
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    2.0

    Performance commisorant withprice point

    By LA6507

    from Lexington, KY

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    Pros

    • Compact Design
    • Easy To Use
    • Interfaces Well With Camcorder

    Cons

    • No Increase In Performance
    • Poor Clarity

    Best Uses

    • Shooting Outdoors
    • Upgrade

    Comments about Cokin 2x Digi-Telephoto Lens 200 (58mm):

    I used this lenses briefly for nature photography but returned it for the following reasons:
    1) Chromatic Aberration was present at various zoom levels
    2) Vignetting was present at approx 80% zoom level
    3) Actual zoom power was more like 1.3 - 1.6 (I did not perform any actual calculations to determine this)

    I also noted that the difference in quality between the Cokin lens and my Sony DSC-F828 was readily apparent. I am better off using the cheaply made Raynox DCR-2025PRO or nothing at all, rather than this lens.

    To it's credit, however Cokin made a good decision in choosing metal for the body construction.

    I'd only suggest this lens when there is no other recourse.
    I will post a review on the Raynox lens after I've had an opportunity to shoot with it.

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    2.0

    Not for everyone

    By LA6507

    from Lexington, KY

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    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Lightweight

    Cons

    • Aberrations were present
    • Not really 2x
    • Silver Color
    • Vignetting was present

    Best Uses

    • Shooting Outdoors

    Comments about Cokin 2x Digi-Telephoto Lens 200 (58mm):

    I tried this lens on my Sony DSC-F828 and found that the lens on my Camera is so vastly superior to this lens that I quickly realized that I was wasting my time with it. Aberrations were apparent in the test photos I took with the Cokin lens, at various zoom levels. I also found that the zoom level seemed more like ~1.4x rather than 2x at around 50 ft. Vignetting was evident from about 85% zoomed in and out on my 58mm lens which was a little surprising. I expected little to none with no special adapters or rings. However, Focusing was sharp and responsive. My F828 had no problems locking in on any objects whatsoever. I decided to exchange this lens for a Raynox DCR-2025PRO and see how it fares in comparison. In a week or so, you may look at my review on that lens.

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