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Century Precision Optics 0HD-FEWA-46 Xtreme Fisheye Adapter Lens for JVC GY-HM100

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Century Precision Optics 0HD-FEWA-46 Xtreme Fisheye Adapter Lens for JVC GY-HM100

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  • Compatible with JVC GY-HM100
  • 130° Angle of View

You Pay: $601.96

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This Century Precision Optics 0HD-FEWA-46 Xtreme Fisheye Adapter Lens is specifically designed for the JVC GY-HM100 camcorder. The Fisheye produces an extraordinary degree of barrel distortion. Adding the lens to the camcorders Zoom Lens, results in a 130° horizontal angle of view (180° to the corners).

The Fisheye exaggerates depth, pulling nearby objects closer and causing distant objects to recede into the background. Due to the lens Adapter's characteristic barrel distortion, extreme low and high-angle shots are made more dramatic. Applications include shooting action sports, underwater photography, music videos, or that dramatic impact shot in tight environments where capturing the field of view is otherwise impossible. This lens will bayonet mount directly to the stock lens of the camcorder.

Produces an extraordinary degree of barrel distortion with a horizontal field of view of approximately 130° (180° to the corners).
2 Elements in 2 groups.
Has a wider angle of view than the human eye.
Bayonet mounts attaches directly to the lens of the camcorder.
Type Fisheye adapter lens
Application JVC GY-HM100
Format 1/4"
Lens Mount Bayonet
Mounting Bayonet directly to camcorder's lens
Zoom Through No
Magnification Horizontal field of view approximately 130° (180° to the corners)
Converted Focal Length 1.35 mm
Minimum Object Distance (M.O.D.) Not Specified By Manufacturer
Filter Size 46mm
Dimensions 4.64 x 1.54" (11.8 x 3.9 cm)
Weight Not Specified By Manufacturer
Century Precision Optics 0HD-FEWA-46 Xtreme Fisheye Adapter Lens for JVC GY-HM100
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    4.0

    Eye popping effects

    By Mojodaddy

    from Near Philly PA

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    Pros

    • Compact Design
    • Easy To Use
    • Professional Quality

    Cons

    • Pricey / Poor Value

    Best Uses

    • Complex Projects
    • Home Movies
    • Independent Films

    Comments about Century Precision Optics 0HD-FEWA-46 Xtreme Fisheye Adapter Lens for JVC GY-HM100:

    This is a great lens to add some texture to your roll. One thing I did note is that even though it is designed for the JVC GY-HM100, if you are using the shotgun mic the very tip of it comes in to the frame...

    Also the price seems a little steep but all in all a good product.

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