SeaLife Fisheye Wide-Angle Lens for DC Series Cameras

SeaLife Fisheye Wide-Angle Lens for DC Series Cameras

SeaLife Fisheye Wide-Angle Lens for DC Series Cameras

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Product Highlights

  • Increases Field of View By 80%
  • 16mm Focal Length on DC1400 Camera
  • Depth Rating: 200'
  • Multi-Coated Precision Optics
  • For All DC Series SeaLife Cameras
  • Neoprene Lens Covers, Dock Included
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The SeaLife Fisheye Wide-Angle Lens for DC Series Cameras is a dome-shaped, super wide-angle underwater conversion lens for all DC series SeaLife cameras. It allows you to get very close to your subject while still fitting a substantial amount of the background in the frame. It has a distortion effect that can enlarge subjects close to it and stretch the scene out to the edges of the lens. It also has a depth rating of 200' (60 m).

The fisheye increases your field of view by 80%. Consider that the lens of the DC1400 underwater camera already has a wide-angle 26mm focal length, and you'll realize the impact this fisheye can have on the perspective you're able to capture in your shot. The lens has a 16mm effective focal length when used on the DC1400, and is equipped with fully multi-coated precision optics for maximum light transmission.

The fisheye can easily be attached and removed underwater, and works well above-the-surface, too. Neoprene lens covers for both ends, a safety retaining lanyard, and a Lens Dock for mounting the lens under your flash for storage are included.

Dome-shaped, super wide-angle underwater conversion lens for all DC series SeaLife cameras
Allows you to get very close to your subject while still fitting a substantial amount of the background in the frame
Has a distortion effect that can enlarge subjects close to it and stretch the scene out to the edges of the lens
Depth rating: 200' (60 m)
Increases your field of view by 80%. Consider that the lens of the DC1400 underwater camera already has a wide-angle 26mm focal length, and you'll realize the impact this fisheye can have on the perspective you're able to capture in your shot. Has a 16mm effective focal length when used on the DC1400
Equipped with fully multi-coated precision optics for maximum light transmission
Can easily be attached and removed underwater, and works well above-the-surface, too
Neoprene lens covers, a safety retaining lanyard, and a Lens Dock for mounting the lens under your flash for storage are included
UPC: 077068419754
In the Box
SeaLife Fisheye Wide-Angle Lens for DC Series Cameras
  • 2 x Neoprene Lens Covers
  • Safety Retaining Lanyard
  • Lens Dock
  • 1-Year Limited Warranty
  • Table of Contents
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    Performance
    Focal Length 16mm on DC1400
    Aperture Maintains aperture of camera's standard lens
    Mount Type Compatible with all DC series SeaLife cameras
    Angle of View DC1400: Increases from 68° to approx. 122° on land, or 51° to approx. 91.8° underwater
    DC1200: Increases from 56° to 100.8° on land, or 42° to 75.6° underwater
    Minimum Focus Distance Maintains camera's focusing range
    Camera must be set to macro focus
    Magnification 0.60x
    Groups/Elements 4/4
    Optical Coatings Air-to-glass surfaces fully multi-coated with anti-reflective deposition coating
    Depth Rating 200' (60 m)
    Buoyancy Negative
    Physical
    Attachment Method Snap-on lens ring attaches over camera's standard lens
    Can be attached / removed underwater
    Dimensions 1.8 x 3.8 x 3.8" (4.57 x 9.65 x 9.65 cm)
    Weight 0.86 lb (0.39 kg)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.01 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 4.1 x 4.0 x 3.2"
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