Fujifilm ACL-XP70 Action Camera Lens Converter

Fujifilm ACL-XP70 Action Camera Lens Converter

Fujifilm ACL-XP70 Action Camera Lens Converter

B&H # FUACLXP70 MFR # 16420329
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Product Highlights

  • For Use with FinePix XP70 Digital Camera
  • Provides 18mm-Equivalent Field of View
  • Designed for Use with Action Camera Mode
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The Fujifilm ACL-XP70 Action Camera Lens Converter is a wide-angle lens attachment designed specifically for the FinePix XP70 digital camera. It attaches via the camera's tripod mount and provides a broad field of view equivalent to that of an 18mm lens in the 35mm format, making it ideal for producing dynamic movies in Action Camera mode.

UPC: 074101024630
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  • 1Description
Compatibility FinePix XP70 digital camera
Attachment Via 1/4"-20 mount on base of camera
Equivalent 35mm Focal Length 18 mm
Dimensions Not specified by manufacturer
Weight Not specified by manufacturer
Packaging Info
Package Weight 0.3 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 4.4 x 3.2 x 1.9"
ACL-XP70 Action Camera Lens Converter is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome addition. I used this lens while snorkeling and it gave me some great underwater shots. It performed well and gave me no problems.
Date published: 2014-04-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from ACL-XP70 Coverter Easter yo use
Date published: 2016-04-13
Rated 2 out of 5 by from A stop-gap measure This is Fujifilm's gift to people who bought an XP-70 either before Go-pros came out or I decided to buy the XP-70 instead. The thing about these action cameras is that not only do they have an extreme wide-angle lens, but are marketed with a wide variety of attachments so that the shooter's hands are free to continue participating in the action. Not only are such attachments not marketed for the XP-70, but this lens adapter screws into the tripod socket, preventing the shooter from using it to fasten the camera. Fuji could have addressed this problem, by providing a second tripod socket, either in the end of the screw, or elsewhere, but they chose not to. Even thought there is no good way to ski and shoot with this rig at the same time, I took it skiing tor a try-out and found out a second disadvantage of this adapter. I took a spill, and the lack of,any solid connection where the adaptor lens fits over the camera lens allowed a good deal,of snow to get under the adaptor and lodge in the hollow under the attachment's lens. There was no way to remove the snow on the trail. I had to wait until I got back indoors, and wash the snow out of the inside of the lens, which was then difficult to dry. I am also a kayaker. I suspect the first Eskimo roll will, likewise render the attachment useless for the rest of the trip. By the way, the attachment is also difficult to align properly when putting it onto the camera. If I had not scratched the frame on the ski trip, I would return it.
Date published: 2016-02-19
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