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The Raynox HD-FXR180 High Vision 180 Degree Fish-Eye Conversion lens is designed for exclusive use with Sony HDR-FX1 and HVR-Z1 High Definition camera lenses. The HD-FXR180 provides an ultra-wide diagonal view of 180 degrees (138 degrees horizontal) when mounted to your camera’s lens. The lens has a high resolution power of 625 lines/mm at center (MTF 30%) to suit the quality of high-definition cameras.
This lens is designed to perform an optimum capacity when used at the zoom range from the widest angle point to 3.3X ratio. Beyond the 3.3X toward telephoto, it may start to lose image quality at corners.
72mm direct mounting thread size
Magnification: Nominal 0.24X, Actual 180 degrees (diagonal), 138 degrees (horizontal),Vertical 75 degrees (taken at 16:9 Wide mode)
Lens Construction: 4-group/5-element, optical glass elements all surfaces fully coated.
Weight: 24.7 oz.
Auxiliary Lenses Information
72mm (designed for exclusive use with Sony HDR-FX1 and HVR-Z1 camcorders)
No Front Filter Thread
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