Raynox HD-7000 Pro 58mm 0.7x Wide Angle Lens

Raynox HD-7000 Pro 58mm 0.7x High Quality Wide Angle Converter Lens

Raynox HD-7000 Pro 58mm 0.7x High Quality Wide Angle Converter Lens

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Raynox HD-7000 Pro 58mm 0.7x Wide Angle Lens

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The Raynox HD-7000 Pro 58mm High Quality Wideangle Conversion Lens is made of the high index optical glass elements with three-group/three-element lens formula. And it is possible to achieve an amazing high quality wideangle lens of 540 lines/mm resolution. It's compatible with whole zoom area and stays in focus. There will be no reduction of light value when this conversion lens is attached on the camera's lens.

UPC: 024616090187
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Raynox HD-7000 Pro 58mm 0.7x High Quality Wide Angle Converter Lens
  • Protective Lens Pouch
  • Front and Rear Lens Cover
  • 1 Year Warranty
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    Raynox HD-7000 Pro specs

    Magnification 0.7x
    Rear Thread 58 mm
    Front Thread 82 mm
    Optical Design 3 Elements in 3 Groups
    Zoom Through Yes
    Dimensions : 3.4 x L: 1.5" / : 86.0 x L: 37.0 mm
    Weight 11.3 oz / 320.0 g
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.95 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 4.5 x 4.4 x 4.2"

    Raynox HD-7000 Pro reviews

    HD-7000 Pro 58mm 0.7x Wide Angle Lens is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 34.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Well made, good quality. I brought this product for my Canon Legria camcorder, it has a 58mm thread and is easy to attach to the camcorder. I chose this product instead of the Canon wide angle converter because the Raynos lens has an 82mm filter thread on the front. The Canon lens is appearently very good but it does not have a filter thread on the front like this one does. This lens works well, giving a good wide angle with no obvious distortion and no vignetting. It is sturdy and well made.
    Date published: 2012-01-26
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Solid Addition to Your Bag of I have the Canon Vixia HF S20 which has pretty poor natural wide-angle capability. In my opinion a lens like this is a must. It really opens up your shooting, both indoors for tight shots and outdoors for wide Panoramas. I actually bought both the Raynox HD-7000 Pro and the Canon WD-H58 so I could try them both. I only tried them both for a couple of days before I made my decision, but this is what I found: Both did an excellent job fully zoomed out. I have a new 1080p Samsung TV that I viewed some test results and neither lens showed noticeable distortion when at max wide-angle. When I zoomed in however, I did notice some perimeter blurriness and a color separation (clean borders of objects in a shot had a slight reddish hue to them that I didn't notice in shots without the lenses is the best way I can describe it.) This lens is not good for shots that you might want to have full zoom-ins or zoom-outs during a scene. Keep it in the zoomed-out range and the quality is great. I did get a feeling that the Canon's quality/build was slightly better than the Raynox, but when I scrutinized my limited test shots, I really could find no noticeable difference. The main things that sold me on the Raynox were: 1. The threaded outer ring that allows for 82mm filter use. As a hobby photographer I always love using polarizing filters for outdoor landscapes and tropic beach scenes. An upcoming trip to Hawaii really made me want a lens with this feature. 2. The lower price. I'm someone who never minds paying more for quality, but only if it's worth it. It wasn't worth paying the extra for less features and the same noticeable output quality. 3. Ok one last thing. Funny enough the lens cap issue that others reported on the Canon lens really was a pain in the rear. You had to remove the cap as if it were a stuck lid on an old jar. I feared I'd drop or scratch it when I took it off. It'd probably loosen over time, but come on...for the extra money you have to pay, Make a decent system to protect the thing!!! Needless to say, I returned the Canon lens and went with the Raynox. After having and using my Vixia and lens for about a month and a half, I'm happy. One other thing I've noticed though is loss (or reduction) of image stabilization. The IS on this camera is fantastic, but when the lens is on, it seems to go away. Bottom line: It's a great addition to your rig, but only use it for when you need those wide angle shots to avoid some of its limitations.
    Date published: 2010-08-03
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Raynow HD-7000 I needed a wide angle lens to shot a dance show. Being were I had to shot from the lens on the G30 didn't cover the area I needed to shot. I added this lens and I was able to shot the whole stage. The lens works well in low lignt as well as out doors. A little fish eye when zoomed out but just tap the zoom button a little and that it's gone. The lens does such a good job I leave it on the G30 all of the time. Con's: The only con is the lens is heavy. The weight makes it a little harder to hand hold the CC for any lenght of time. That's were a good tripod comes into play. But still doable in run and gun shooting. For the money a great add-on to my G30.
    Date published: 2016-01-13
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great value I purchased this for a Canon XA10 as an alternative to the Canon .8x wide-angle adapter. I have not subjected it to scrutiny with artificial test patterns, but after some quick side-by-side shooting comparisons with and without the adapter, image quality appears to be very good in 1080p. It does introduce slight barrel distortion at the edges, but nothing offensive unless one is doing upscale architectural work. The added field of view is handy for capturing much more sweeping views of inside rooms, shooting in a vehicle, or if one had to shoot an interview on the go in very tight quarters. This does not come with a hood, and the front lens surface is pretty well flush with the 82mm front filter ring. I just ordered (but have not yet received) an 82 mm lens hood--both for protection and in the hopes of minimizing lens flare, which does happen easily with this adapter and no hood. Overall, definitely a keeper with good build quality, good image quality, and nice fit and appearance when attached to the xa10.
    Date published: 2012-01-07
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from excellent ad-on I use this with my Canon G9, sharp as you would expect I preferred it over the original Canon product because you can add 82-mm thread filters. though i wish it was more compact. also, for indoors use you will need an shoe mounted flash.
    Date published: 2008-05-27
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best in every catogory I do alot of instructional video but wanted to get in close without cutting my head off in the process,and this lens gave me what i needed. I did a huge amount of research and for the money this is the one to get,saved me alot of cash without giving up quality and it goes without saying,it;s wonderful for large group shots or landscapes. I have a Canon hf s100 and if i had to complain,it would be that the lens blocks the built in flash on the camcorder,but i never use it for taking pictures anyway and if i ever just had to i would simply take the lens off. Very good product and recomend it over any wide angle lens on the market for the camcorder i use, for quality and price.
    Date published: 2010-08-02
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great selection, competitive prices You will form your own opinion, but for the record: B&H has a great selection, competitive prices, knowledgeable(and helpful) staff. Even with the CDA / US exchange rate, plus duty, the price was the best I could find! As confirmed by the staff (via online chat), the Raynox HD-7000 Pro 58mm High Quality Wideangle Conversion Lens works with my Canon HF G30. The wide angle is exactly what I wanted (needed) for the tight working space I have. The shipment arrived on time and in excellent condition. Check it out. Steve.
    Date published: 2015-03-05
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Raynox Wins I was reluctant to purchase Raynox when my search began for a WA to use with the Canon XA30. To be honest, it was always my impression that Raynox was not that decent. Well, as my search began, I really had no choice, due to very few 58mm adapters being available. I took a leap of faith and am pleasantly surprised. The adapter is solid, well built and delivers with great images. I am happy.
    Date published: 2016-11-07
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