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    Hi i have encountered some vignetting problem when using wide angle lens with my S5500. Is there anyway which i can reduce such problem?
    Can photoshop help?

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    Hmm, can try cropping. Heh.

    http://www.covingtoninnovations.com/...ignetting.html

    But thats mainly for astrophotography, so not sure whether it'll affect your final image output.

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    Wow~ this is a cool website. Hopefully this may help out. Thanks alot.
    But i also wish know if there is any setting which i can make to my camera to reduce its vignetting problem. Sorry for such newbie question.

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    Maybe you could give a more detail discription of the problem and the equipement and its setting. Maybe you could also post the pix in question.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Belano
    Hi i have encountered some vignetting problem when using wide angle lens with my S5500. Is there anyway which i can reduce such problem?
    Can photoshop help?
    wide angles usually have vignetting problems because of the wide area it covers. Are you using a filter with it esp a Cir Pol? I have previously tried the S5500 with the fuji wide conversion lens and it does seem okie although my experience was short-lived

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    Balano...do you think it could be a teleconverter lens problem? Like it may not be compatible or the lens isnt as good? I have read some posts on here regarding some teleconveters giving vignetting and some to a lesser extent so maybe you were unlucky and got which didnt really go with the S5500?

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    I don't think teleconvertor will give vignetting problem when zooming. Its the wide angle lens that giving me vignetting problem. Take a look at the pictures. Examples of my vignetting problems when using wide.
    Using Wide Angle in My Room.

    Using Wide Angle With Pol Filter


    See the left upper and bottom edges? I wonder is there anyway to remove it?

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    Anyway, Sorry for posting such newbie shots. Still haven't mastered my photography. Hehe..

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    1) zoom in a bit

    2) don't use any filter if possible

    Happy shooting

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