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Hello everyone,


From the people who have been into video for quite a while, can you suggest a "good" UWA lens (brand/online store) for a camcorder? Will the $50 or less lenses work ok when considering the final video output? I have an HF-s30.


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Hello everyone,


From the people who have been into video for quite a while, can you suggest a "good" UWA lens (brand/online store) for a camcorder? Will the $50 or less lenses work ok when considering the final video output? I have an HF-s30.


Thanks.


Look for Century Optics, Raynox, Opteka, etc. HD UWA lens. Or if you want a cheaper alternatives, take a look at ebay. Cheaper lenses work fine but tend to have visible/less visible softness around the edge your video and chromatic aberration.
 

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Thanks. I went with the Raynox 6600 Pro. Best wide angle I got after my nikon 14-24 lens. Little to no distortion. Did not even hear about it till you mentioned the brand. Thanks again.
 

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Thanks. I went with the Raynox 6600 Pro. Best wide angle I got after my nikon 14-24 lens. Little to no distortion. Did not even hear about it till you mentioned the brand. Thanks again.

You're welcome. You can't go wrong with the popular Raynox 6600.
 

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Thanks. I went with the Raynox 6600 Pro. Best wide angle I got after my nikon 14-24 lens. Little to no distortion. Did not even hear about it till you mentioned the brand. Thanks again.

Post a review when you have a chance.
 
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