Canon Filter Adapter FA-DC67A

Canon Filter Adapter FA-DC67A

Canon Filter Adapter FA-DC67A

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  • For the PowerShot SX30 IS, SX40 HS, SX50 HS, and SX60 HS
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The Canon Filter Adapter FA-DC67A for the PowerShot SX30 IS, SX40 HS, SX50 HS, and SX60 HS is used to mount 67mm filters to the lens barrels of the cameras. The advantage of this adapter is that it adjusts as you change the zoom angle of the lens. In this way, vignetting (the darkening of the corners in the image) is eliminated.

UPC: 013803127423
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Package Weight 0.05 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 3.0 x 2.8 x 1.3"

Canon FA-DC67A reviews

Filter Adapter FA-DC67A is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 111.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Does the job but challenging to use The adapter is easy to install onto and remove from my new Canon Powershot SX40 HS. Filters screw easily onto the adapter ring, too. Once screwed into place, though, filters self-tighten onto the adapter ring. Both of my thumbs ache now after trying to unscrew the protective UV filter from the adapter and replace it with a circular polarizing filter. That was three days ago. After trying several times over a span of half an hour, I was able to get the UV filter off. That scenario occurred twice in four days. Partially tightening the filter does not seem to help. It tightens with use again anyway. Screwing the polarizer onto the UV filter was a stop-gap measure that, ultimately, helped extract the UV filter from the adapter ring as a side benefit. I read one review where the author considered buying an adapter ring for each filter that had been irreversibly tightened onto an adapter ring. I've come close to believing that that might be necessary. I hope not.
Date published: 2012-09-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poorly designed threads We ordered two filter adapters for our two Canon cameras. One adapter worked fine when we put a filter on it, but when we put a filter on the other adapter it immediately got stuck. Really poor design by Canon. We ended up having to order another filter adapter in order to use other filters on that camera (one adapter for each filter, since we can't get the other one unstuck). If you get one of these adapters (and you have no choice if you want to use a filter on your camera) be very, very careful when you thread the filter on to the adapter - use a very light touch!
Date published: 2014-06-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Does exactly as advertised As someone else said, you need a new lens cap if you keep this on the camera. It will not work with the Canon plastic hood. However, works just fine with a screw on lens hood which I prefer anyway when using in very sunny conditions. Someone else was also irritated that this was not a screw on adapter. If you look at the 30SX or 40SX Powershots, there is no provision on the camera to screw on anything. One additional note, filters can get quite tight. I found they come off easier if you remove the adapter from the camera first.
Date published: 2012-02-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works well on the Canon SX40HS Despite being made of plastic, this adapter works very well. It is being used with a B+W 67mm UV Haze 010 F-Pro MRC Filter to protect the Canon SX40HS lens. I was concerned that the bayonet mount on the camera lens would not keep the filter adapter securely mounted, but so far this has not been a problem. No vignetting has been noted with this adapter - filter combination. Highly recommended
Date published: 2012-02-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best filter adapter available This thing locks up tighter than a drum and allows the use of 67mm filters on the SX50 HS or SX60 HS. What I STILL haven't figured out, however, is why Canon and Nikon don't simply thread the outer end of the lens to allow the direct attachment of filters, as Sony and Panasonic do on their mega-zooms.
Date published: 2014-11-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Filter Adapter This filter adapter is perfect for my new Cannon camera filter. I did not use my camera until I attached the filter because I knew the filter would give my Cannon the protection that it deserved!
Date published: 2010-12-01
Rated 2 out of 5 by from why is this product even necessary? The adapter ring does a fine job in attaching to the Powershot camera and accepts a filter that is quite a bit larger than the lens. The question that begs to be asked is: why is it even necessary? Most camera lenses come with threads to accept the filter and do not need an adapter. Did Canon dumb down on this detail? The adapter also makes the nice lens cap that comes with the camera obsolete. Between the adapter and a new lens cap I have a few bucks invested that I would have preferred to keep. I am disappointed that Canon could do shoddy work.
Date published: 2013-01-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Opens new world of filters for my SX50HS ESSENTIAL FOR MOUNTING SCREW-ON FILTERS. Making it in Plastic assures a snug fit to camera lens. Reports by reviewers that it falls off are simply not true, if it is installed correctly. After applying to the lens, one must rotate clockwise 90 degrees until it clicks. Canon should tell you this in the instructions, but they do not. Filters hold in place with a light touch. No need to crank it on as some have apparently done. After reading others reviews, I was hesitant to purchase, but had little choice. I am 100% pleased with the adapter.
Date published: 2013-07-29
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