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Thread: Emolux 0.45x or Raynox 6600Pro wide angle converter?

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    Default Emolux 0.45x or Raynox 6600Pro wide angle converter?

    Hi...

    anyone tried these 2? Which is better?

    Thanks!

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    Default Re: Emolux 0.45x or Raynox 6600Pro wide angle converter?

    I would not use either. Get a proper wide-angle lens.
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    Default Re: Emolux 0.45x or Raynox 6600Pro wide angle converter?

    Are you using it to add on to your lens (DSLR)? I used to own the Raynox DCR6600PRO for my Canon S2 IS. It is made in Japan and the optics are real glass.

    For a prosumer cam ,yes It is good to get the Raynox DCR6600PRO. BUT if you have a DSLR, get a proper wide angle lens like the 16mm or the 17mm.
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