Bower 72mm 0.33x Super Fisheye Lens

Bower 72mm 0.33x Super Fisheye Lens

Bower 72mm 0.33x Super Fisheye Lens

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  • For Video & Still Cameras
  • Fits Lenses with 72mm Threads
  • 67mm, 77mm, & 82mm Adapters

Bower VLB3372 overview

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Bower's 72mm 0.33x Super Fisheye Lens brings a dynamic, ultra-wide field of view to your still or video images. Screwing onto the front of any lens with a 72mm filter thread, this superwide-angle attachment gives your camera the ability to take in pretty much everything around it (if you're not careful, it may even catch you). The resulting image is round and bulbous and great for extreme sports, dream sequences, or fly-on-the-wall effects.

Also included are three adapter rings for using the attachment on lenses with 67mm, 77mm, & 82mm filter threads.

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Bower 72mm 0.33x Super Fisheye Lens
  • 67mm, 77mm, & 82mm Adapter Rings
  • Front & Rear Lens Caps
  • Pouch
  • 3-Year Warranty
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    Bower VLB3372 specs

    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.5 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 6.0 x 5.9 x 3.6"

    Bower VLB3372 reviews

    72mm 0.33x Super Fisheye Lens is rated 2.5 out of 5 by 2.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from More than I bargained for 0. Used on Nikon D7000 with 10-24mm DX lens. 1. This lens is BIG. Don't go by the 72mm thread size, the lens is about 120mm (4.5) across and weighs almost a pound (400+ g). It is heavy enough to sag a little (image not centered) when mounted on a zoom lens. 2. I'm not sure what projection this lens is designed to give. I thought that 0.33x on my 17mm lens would give a full circle on Nikon DX. The image circle almost fits within the DX sensor when a 10mm lens is used. So if you want full circle, base lens should be 9mm DX, 14mm FX. I was able to get a full circle by stacking 3 UV filters before adding the step-up ring and lens itself. 3. Image quality- pleasantly surprised. Of course it depends on the lens this adapter is mounted on, but stopped down to f/11 or f/16, the photo is acceptably sharp and minimally distorted across the middle 2/3 of the image. The lens design (point 2 above) also means it is less fishy than other lenses in the center--a plus as far as I'm concerned. Overall- Picture quality near dedicated fisheye lenses for a quarter the price.
    Date published: 2015-06-27
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from NOT for a DLSR Got this for a f1.4 35mm prime, I had the fancy idea of turning that lens into a super awesome lowlight fisheye, however, the adapter, once screwed on produced only a blurry image. Now, Most of these fisheye adapters come with a MACRO adapter you must use to make the image clear, this did not have one. and after dropping $ i didnt feel like putting anything else towards this. to see if it would work. Im just gonna safe up for a fisheye
    Date published: 2013-07-02
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