Cavision LFA04X86B-EX1 0.4x Fisheye Adapter

BH #CALFA04X86B • MFR #LFA04X86B-EX1
Cavision LFA04X86B-EX1 0.4x Fisheye Adapter
Key Features
  • For Sony EX1/3, PMW-200, Z7/S270
  • Clamp-On Mount
  • 60% Wider
The Cavision LFA04X86B-EX1 0.4x Fisheye Adapter is compatible with the Sony PMW-EX1, EX3, PMW-200, and Z7, or the PMW S270 and PMW-300 with the standard Fujinon lens attached. This is a broadcast-level adapter offering a spherical distortion of 60% wider than the camera lens' widest point. Mounting of this device is accomplished by a bayonet mount.
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  • This item is noncancelable and nonreturnable.
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Cavision LFA04X86B-EX1 Overview

The Cavision LFA04X86B-EX1 0.4x Fisheye Adapter is compatible with the Sony PMW-EX1, EX3, PMW-200, and Z7, or the PMW S270 and PMW-300 with the standard Fujinon lens attached. This is a broadcast-level adapter offering a spherical distortion of 60% wider than the camera lens' widest point. Mounting of this device is accomplished by a bayonet mount.

Note:
For bolt-fastening clamp-on attachment. Please use CR95-85.

Application

Creates a spherical fisheye aberration when attached to a standard camcorder lens.

Compatibility

This device was designed to work with the Sony PMW-EX1 camcorder.

Cavision LFA04X86B-EX1 Specs

TypeFisheye wide angle attachment
ApplicationFor broadcast-level fisheye reproduction
Format16:9 and 4:3 on 1/2-2/3" chip cameras
Lens MountBayonet on PMW-EX1
Zoom ThroughNo
Magnification0.4x
Converted Focal LengthO.4x, the widest setting on zoom lens
Minimum Object Distance (M.O.D.)Depends on master camera lens
Filter Size141 mm, no threads
Dimensions (LxDiameter)1.96 x 5.5" / 50 x 141 mm
Weight2 lb / 930 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight3.15 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)8.3 x 8.3 x 4.9"
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