Raynox HD-6600 Pro 58mm 0.66x Wide Angle Converter Lens

Raynox HD-6600 Pro 58mm 0.66x Wide Angle Converter Lens

Raynox HD-6600 Pro 58mm 0.66x Wide Angle Converter Lens

B&H # RAHD6600P58 MFR # HD-6600PRO(58)
Raynox HD-6600 Pro 58mm 0.66x Wide Angle Converter Lens

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  • 72mm Filter Thread
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The Raynox HD-6600PRO58 is a 58mm high-quality wide angle converter lens especially made for distortion-free images that cover 33% more area than the base lens. Using a sophisticated lens formula that controls color aberrations and produces a resolution power of 350-line/mm at the center, this 0.66x converter fits on lenses with 58mm filter threads and can be used through the full range of a zoom without vignetting.

UPC: 024616100008
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Raynox HD-6600 Pro 58mm 0.66x Wide Angle Converter Lens
  • Plastic Case
  • Front and Rear Lens Cover
  • 1 Year Warranty
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    Raynox HD-6600 Pro specs

    Magnification 0.66x
    Zoom Through Yes
    Rear Mount Diameter 58mm
    Front Mount Diameter 72mm
    Construction, Elements/Groups 3E/3G
    Lens Diameter 3.0" (75mm)
    Length 1.5" (38mm)
    Weight 6.0 oz (170g)
    Packaging Infowccefvrtyr
    Package Weight 0.65 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 3.7 x 3.7 x 2.7"

    Raynox HD-6600 Pro reviews

    HD-6600 Pro 58mm 0.66x Wide Angle Converter Lens is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 15.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Awesome lens! I bought this lens because I love my Canon 50mm f/1.4 but sometimes the 50mm is just too narrow. I can't spend the money on a dedicated wide angle lens, so I knew I wanted a converter. This seems to be the best one out there. I've used other converters that create very significant distortion and, while it can be cool sometimes, it's not worth it to buy a cheap converter if you want to have crisp shots. With this lens, my 50mm becomes about a 33mm and there is hardly any noticeable difference in quality.
    Date published: 2010-09-10
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from works well over all on my G9...... This is a HIGH quality lens, gives you WIDE hi-def shots with minimum bulk and weight (lightest and smallest I could find) all that with almost no distortion, On the down side this lens will crash before full zoom on my Canon G9/G7 but this is not a big issue anyhow as it is for WIDE ANGLE shots not ZOOM and can be removed with the push of a button. also there are virgnetting issues in full wide - just something to be aware of.......all an all great lens for the purpose.
    Date published: 2008-07-10
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works great! I spent a lot of time scouring the net reading reviews for various wide angle lenses I could use with my Canon HFS-100. The general consensus was The Raynox HD-6600 was the best bang for the buck.Here's the pros:Fits perfect on the 58mm threads.Virtually no barrel distortion at full wide (unless your filming a grid or there are lots of straight lines on the edge).Some may not consider this a pro, but I like the added weight on the camera. It makes it much steadier so I get less camera shake.Cons:Doesn't work well once zoome passed 60%. You start to get the halo/double image. I knew this going in so am not concerned. If I need to zoom, I take the lens off.Lens flare. If you have bright light hitting the side of the camera, you'll get a lot of flare. Easily solved with a lens hood. That will be my next purchase.All in all it's a great value and am VERY satisfied with my purchase ...
    Date published: 2010-04-14
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from A good addition for the Canon G9 This lens is well constructed and is consistently bright from the center to the edges. It has an advantage over the Canon lens in that it accepts filters. There is some vignetting, so you have to zoom in a bit. Overall a decent addition for the point-and-shoot user who doesn't want to go all out into the world of DSLR. Be careful, though; too many accessories and you might as well get the more expensive camera to start. Keep it small and light.
    Date published: 2008-04-10
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for the price I bought this for my new Canon Vixia HFS200. Since this is a mid-priced camcorder, I didn't want to spend the bigger money for a Canon or Century, and I thought I'd give this a try. ...Quality of build seems great. Screwed right in to my 58 mm mount. Image is great, with no vignetting. Takes my Canon to about 26 mm wide (35mm equivalent), which is just short of fisheye, so you get just a touch of distortion, esp when panning. Not too big or heavy, so it doesn't add a lot of size to the camera - just enough.
    Date published: 2011-01-03
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good at wide angle purchased for canon hfs100 video camera. worked well at wide angle but could not zoom through 10x, maybe 6x. If you only want it for wide, great. but I actually use a wide angle at max zoom and low f-stop to give me the shallowest depth of field i can get with this small camera, so I am able to stand a little closer to my subject with a wa lens. I returned and purchased the HD7000 and leave it on most of the time
    Date published: 2009-12-17
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great lens! Quality is Absolutely Superb I bought this lens for my Canon Vixia HF S200 to shoot indoors with and it really does the job. I can see little to no distortion on the edges and it gives a great image quality. Lens is nice and heavy so you can tell it's very well made. The middle ring has a nice ribbed rubber grip that helps in screwing it on or off to the camera as well. I have found this to be a cheaper alternative to Canon's WD-H58, and every bit as good. Get it, you won't regret it!
    Date published: 2011-07-20
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Rear element projects too far This lens is pretty highly rated for a converter, but I never really got a chance to use it, as the rear element projects so far that I would have needed a spacer ring to prevent it from hitting the front element of my Olympus 14-42mm zoom or the UV filter I usually keep on.
    Date published: 2012-12-26
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