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  1. #41

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    Originally posted by zephyr


    i got it 2nd hand.. only a few months old... for the price of $350, comes with the teleconvertor, 2 filter and a circular polarizer.. not bad a deal... and the camera is in mint condition...

    hhaah.. ya loh.. Fujifilm have the interpolation thingy too...
    OMG! SO CHEAP! even better deal than the comdex promotion!

  2. #42

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    Originally posted by zephyr


    why dun u try using ur teleconvertor with digital zoom and see how's the end result.. post it up and see... if it still as bad...
    Roger that.... here you go~!

    http://www.pbase.com/image/4745645

    http://www.pbase.com/image/4745654

    http://www.pbase.com/image/4745658

    http://www.pbase.com/image/4745752

    http://www.pbase.com/image/4745755

    Go take a look the pics are named accordingly...

    press the next button to view the next pic.... dunno why dosen't appear in the main....

  3. #43

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    Originally posted by mpenza


    there're no cheap and good ones except for the $70 1.9x Olympus C-210. But this C-210 only work for cameras with a small lens.

    Yours perform only as a real 1.6x teleconverter and result in too much distortion and degradation in image quality.
    hi mpenza...
    What do you mean by small lens ? C4000 lens small enuff ?
    ours is a 41 mm thread

  4. #44
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    Originally posted by Blankies
    What do you mean by small lens ? C4000 lens small enuff ?
    ours is a 41 mm thread
    The Olympus C-210 fits onto 52mm filter threads, but because of its shape and design it tends to vignette a lot more than, say, the A-200 and B-300. Not sure how it will perform on the C-4000, but so far I've heard that all previous Camedia cameras experience vignetting with the C-210 even at full zoom, so this should also be the case with the C-4000.

    Btw although the C-4000 has a 41mm filter thread, with the CLA-1 adaptor installed it becomes a 43mm filter thread.

  5. #45

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    Originally posted by Midnight
    The Olympus C-210 fits onto 52mm filter threads, but because of its shape and design it tends to vignette a lot more than, say, the A-200 and B-300. Not sure how it will perform on the C-4000, but so far I've heard that all previous Camedia cameras experience vignetting with the C-210 even at full zoom, so this should also be the case with the C-4000.

    Btw although the C-4000 has a 41mm filter thread, with the CLA-1 adaptor installed it becomes a 43mm filter thread.
    Mid night! you are always around when i am around!
    another question to ask
    if i get an adaptor, a filter, do i need to get another adaptor for my C210? like a 41 to 52 mm adaptor ? or 41 to 43 to 52 mm ? (sort of like on top of each other?)

    Thanks!

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    Originally posted by SianZronG
    Roger that.... here you go~!

    http://www.pbase.com/image/4745645

    http://www.pbase.com/image/4745654

    http://www.pbase.com/image/4745658

    http://www.pbase.com/image/4745752

    http://www.pbase.com/image/4745755

    Go take a look the pics are named accordingly...

    press the next button to view the next pic.... dunno why dosen't appear in the main....
    hmm... doesn't look too bad with telelense plus digi zoom...

  7. #47
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    Originally posted by SianZronG


    OMG! SO CHEAP! even better deal than the comdex promotion!
    It was a good deal... thank goodness the owner willing to sell at that price loh..

  8. #48

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    Originally posted by zephyr


    hmm... doesn't look too bad with telelense plus digi zoom...
    maybe the camera was fated to be tele / wide angle lense less....

    i went to the shop again.... tried wat they had on sale.... nothing works.... not even the wide angel lenses.....

    Hey Blankie! you got your tele lense yet? cause if you got it i buy the same one with you.... cause i can't find a good lense to fit onto it!

  9. #49

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    The irony maybe it's just because today is friday the 13th.... then everything also i wanan find also cannot find....

    let's hope i find some lense which actually be used....

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    I asked my freind to call olympus abt the olympus tele lenses..... On oylmpus side they say the are no longer importing their lenses cause they have a design problem with their lense adapters which can't allow the camera to extened fully.....so i can't get the original one too...... haiz.... help !

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    Originally posted by SianZronG


    maybe the camera was fated to be tele / wide angle lense less....

    i went to the shop again.... tried wat they had on sale.... nothing works.... not even the wide angel lenses.....

    Hey Blankie! you got your tele lense yet? cause if you got it i buy the same one with you.... cause i can't find a good lense to fit onto it!
    really?... hmmm.. i wanna get a wide angle lenses too... heard from my friend that he bought a 55MM wide angle cum fish eye lens from song brothers and it's not bad... mabbe u can try

  12. #52

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    Originally posted by zephyr


    really?... hmmm.. i wanna get a wide angle lenses too... heard from my friend that he bought a 55MM wide angle cum fish eye lens from song brothers and it's not bad... mabbe u can try
    never mind lor.... sell this lense... then save more money then buy a better lense.

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    Originally posted by Blankies
    if i get an adaptor, a filter, do i need to get another adaptor for my C210? like a 41 to 52 mm adaptor ? or 41 to 43 to 52 mm ?
    Hi Blankies. Assuming you get the CLA-1 lens adaptor tube, you will have 43mm filter threads. All you need then is a 43mm->52mm (or whatever) step-up ring to mount any auxiliary lenses, filters or other such accessories you want.

    Having said that, though, step-up rings with a rear diameter of 43mm are a little hard to find, but most of the better shops in Singapore (CP, AP, etc) have 43->46mm and 43->52mm rings and perhaps a few other sizes. If you can't get a step-up ring to go directly to the filter thread size you want, you can then put a second step-up ring (eg. 46->55mm) on top of the first one. The main disadvantage is that this increases the risk of vignetting.

  14. #54

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    Originally posted by Midnight
    Hi Blankies. Assuming you get the CLA-1 lens adaptor tube, you will have 43mm filter threads. All you need then is a 43mm->52mm (or whatever) step-up ring to mount any auxiliary lenses, filters or other such accessories you want.

    Having said that, though, step-up rings with a rear diameter of 43mm are a little hard to find, but most of the better shops in Singapore (CP, AP, etc) have 43->46mm and 43->52mm rings and perhaps a few other sizes. If you can't get a step-up ring to go directly to the filter thread size you want, you can then put a second step-up ring (eg. 46->55mm) on top of the first one. The main disadvantage is that this increases the risk of vignetting.
    The the more adapters we have the longer the tube is and mine already gettting in the way of my flash.... And i only got the lense adapter , a Setp Up ring and a UV filter...

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    Originally posted by Midnight
    Hi Blankies. Assuming you get the CLA-1 lens adaptor tube, you will have 43mm filter threads. All you need then is a 43mm->52mm (or whatever) step-up ring to mount any auxiliary lenses, filters or other such accessories you want.

    Having said that, though, step-up rings with a rear diameter of 43mm are a little hard to find, but most of the better shops in Singapore (CP, AP, etc) have 43->46mm and 43->52mm rings and perhaps a few other sizes. If you can't get a step-up ring to go directly to the filter thread size you want, you can then put a second step-up ring (eg. 46->55mm) on top of the first one. The main disadvantage is that this increases the risk of vignetting.
    Oh. i understand now! thanks dude !

  16. #56

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    Originally posted by SianZronG


    The the more adapters we have the longer the tube is and mine already gettting in the way of my flash.... And i only got the lense adapter , a Setp Up ring and a UV filter...

    lense adapter ???

    thought you only need stepup ring and UV filter ?

  17. #57

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    Originally posted by Blankies



    lense adapter ???

    thought you only need stepup ring and UV filter ?
    yeah i meant the step up ring mine already got blocked.... when i completely zoom out i can see black shadown in the corner....
    Last edited by SianZronG; 15th September 2002 at 10:10 PM.

  18. #58

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    sianrong...when you getting your new tele lense ?
    maybe can get together

  19. #59

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    item:
    1) Cheap UV polariser for olympus C4000
    Tokina 52mm UV filter @ S$8.00

    2) Step up ring 43-52 mm @ S$8.00
    3) CLA-1 adaptor @ S$35.00
    4) Olympus C-210 HQ converter 1.9x @ S$70.00


    got this from CP...

    if i have the step up ring...do i still need the CLA-1 ADAPTOR ?

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    Originally posted by Blankies
    item:
    1) Cheap UV polariser for olympus C4000
    Tokina 52mm UV filter @ S$8.00

    2) Step up ring 43-52 mm @ S$8.00
    3) CLA-1 adaptor @ S$35.00
    4) Olympus C-210 HQ converter 1.9x @ S$70.00


    got this from CP...

    if i have the step up ring...do i still need the CLA-1 ADAPTOR ?
    Yes you still do, you need to screw the step-up ring onto somewhere isn't it???

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