C730 Accessories?


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Hi all,

I was trying to find out if the C730 allowed attaching UV lens and Polarizer?
 

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Originally posted by gtan
Hi all,

I was trying to find out if the C730 allowed attaching UV lens and Polarizer?
you can get the cheaper lens adapter from AP (about $18 - $26), which is a 45.6mm to 52mm adapter. then you can also get the UV lens for about $10.00 there too.

 

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Originally posted by rncw


you can get the cheaper lens adapter from AP (about $18 - $26), which is a 45.6mm to 52mm adapter. then you can also get the UV lens for about $10.00 there too.

The original Olympus lens adapter CLA-4 is a 55mm adapter compare to the non-original 52mm. What is the benefit to have a bigger adapter?

Today went to AP and CP, both have no stock for CLA-4....

Anyway, anyone know the price for ND and polarizing filter?

Thanks.
 

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Originally posted by jet8998


The original Olympus lens adapter CLA-4 is a 55mm adapter compare to the non-original 52mm. What is the benefit to have a bigger adapter?
You pay more for bigger filters... :D

I bought my 62mm hoya cir. polarizer for $50+ at CP. :(
 

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rncw, how much did you pay for the olympus rc RM-1?
 

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rncw, how much did you pay for the olympus rc RM-1?
my wife bought the remote control in Akihabara, Tokyo. paid about $36.00 (2500yen).

AP is selling them. didn't ask them for the price.
 

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gtan

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Does anyone have advise on the use of the Olympus C730UZ in cold weather? I'm talking about 10 to -7 degrees C.

How should I protect the cam?
 

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Does anyone have advise on the use of the Olympus C730UZ in cold weather? I'm talking about 10 to -7 degrees C.

How should I protect the cam?
duh...try a air tight box ? like the underwater casing ?
 

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don't think no air tight box is going to protect it from being forzen... frankly there is no why you can protect it.... from the tempreture.... unless you use a full manual non electrical camera....
 

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This is the only reason? So if given a choice, you would always go for smaller thread size adapter?
alamak, can stack more without vignetting lah...
e.g. hehe CPL + ND4 + +4 (shooting at fly outside window against sun. need flash)
 

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don't think no air tight box is going to protect it from being forzen... frankly there is no why you can protect it.... from the tempreture.... unless you use a full manual non electrical camera....
i was focusing on water condensation...
 

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low tempreture even to zero degree...shouldnt be much of a problem unless condensation sets in
 

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Originally posted by denizenx


alamak, can stack more without vignetting lah...
e.g. hehe CPL + ND4 + +4 (shooting at fly outside window against sun. need flash)
oh, missed out that point. thanx
 

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Originally posted by rncw


you can get the cheaper lens adapter from AP (about $18 - $26), which is a 45.6mm to 52mm adapter. then you can also get the UV lens for about $10.00 there too.

i got both of them for a total of 30 buck
 

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