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Century Precision Optics 0HD-75CV-EX3 0.75x Wide Angle Converter Lens

B&H # CEHD75CVEX3 Mfr # 0HD-75CV-EX3
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Product Highlights
  • 25% Wider Angle Capability
  • For Sony PMW-EX3/EX1
  • Bayonet Mount

This Century Precision Optics 0HD-75CV-EX3 Wide Angle Auxiliary Lens is optimized for the Sony PMW-EX1/EX3 camcorder.s The wide angle coefficient is 0.75x, which delivers a 25% wider angle than your stock lens. This lens will bayonet mount directly to the lens of the PMW-EX1 and has full zoom through.

Application
Provides a 25% wider angle of view for shots in small rooms, moving shot stability and stylized close-up views.
Mount
Bayonet mounts attaches directly to the lens of the Sony PMW-EX1/EX3.
Type Wide angle adapter lens
Application Wide Angle Attachment for PMW-EX1/EX3
Format 16:9 or 4:3
Lens Mount Bayonet
Mounting Bayonet directly to Sony PMW-EX1/EX3 lens
Zoom Through Yes
Magnification 0.75x
Converted Focal Length Not specified by manufacturer
Minimum Object Distance (M.O.D.) Not specified by manufacturer
Filter Size 102mm
Dimensions (WxD) 4.14 x 2.17" (105 x 55mm)
Weight 1.61 lbs (731g)
Century Precision Optics 0HD-75CV-EX3 0.75x Wide Angle Converter Lens
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    Century Precision Optics0HD-75CV-EX3 0.75x Wide Angle Converter Lens
     
    4.0

    (based on 3 reviews)

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    5.0

    Great piece of glass

    By AstroCry

    from Los Angeles, CA

    About Me Film Professional

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    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Improves Picture Quality
    • Interfaces Well With Camcorder

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Shooting Indoors

      Comments about Century Precision Optics 0HD-75CV-EX3 0.75x Wide Angle Converter Lens:

      This should be standard equipment for all EX1/EX3 packages, especially if shooting indoors in tight quarters.

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      5.0

      No Vignetting!

      By BobShoots

      from San Diego, CA

      About Me Professional Artist

      Pros

      • Professional Quality

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Independent Films
        • In The Studio

        Comments about Century Precision Optics 0HD-75CV-EX3 0.75x Wide Angle Converter Lens:

        I bought this lens despite reviews that it did vignette in the corners. I bought a new version from B&H and I cannot find any vignetting in TV Safe or Underscan. This lens works great and is sharp corner to corner. Beats the 16x9 any day as I used to own that but returned it since this one was on sale.

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        2.0

        Not quite the best option.

        By Gyermo

        from Mexico City

        About Me Aspiring Film Maker

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

          Cons

          • Poor Interface Camcorder

          Best Uses

          • Upgrade

          Comments about Century Precision Optics 0HD-75CV-EX3 0.75x Wide Angle Converter Lens:

          If you look into the forums, you will have learned by now that this lens vignettes on the left upper corner (no matter what their PR tells you). It stays well within the safety limits, so if you're doing tv work, you should be ok. Try explaining that to your client, though.

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