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Century Precision Optics 0.8x Wide Angle Converter for Sony PXW-FS7 with FE PZ 28-135mm Zoom (95mm)

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Century Precision Optics
Century Precision Optics 0.8x Wide Angle Converter for Sony PXW-FS7 with FE PZ 28-135mm Zoom (95mm)
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Century Precision Optics 0WA-8XLC-95 Overview

The right tool for shooting situations that require both a wider angle of view and full zooming capabilities. This professional add-on lens produces crisp, high-resolution images with low distortion, and superior contrast edge to edge.

UPC: 605228113565

Century Precision Optics 0WA-8XLC-95 Specs

Lens System
TypeConverter
Special FunctionsWide angle
Intended ForCamcorder
Magnification0.8
Compatibility Information
Designed forSony XDCAM PXW-FS7K
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.6 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5.7 x 5.3 x 3.3"

Century Precision Optics 0WA-8XLC-95 Reviews

Beautiful and a perfect fit

By Aaron
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-02-24

Love this wide angle converter and fits like a charm on my Sony FX9.

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What is the light loss with the adapter?
Asked by: STAN W.
We are not aware of the exact light loss you may face with this adapter. However it should be minimal as this is made with high quality optics.
Answered by: Joseph
Date published: 2019-02-18

Hi, what's the diameter at the front -- I'd like ...

Hi, what's the diameter at the front -- I'd like to consider a sunshade for this. Is there one compatible?
Asked by: Ron
Sorry, that diameter is unlisted by the manufacturer. It is just as well for I can tell you as a former motion picture camera assistant (whose job was to make sure the front element of the camera's lens was "clean") that extreme wide angle lenses will see any sun shade that is actually blocking the light from hitting the lens. What has to be done is the errant light must be flagged (blocked) at the source. With medium to tele lenses you can use a sunshade on the lens. So to answer your question, there are no compatible sunshades.
Answered by: Dennis A
Date published: 2019-06-20
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