Wide angle lenses

Wide angle lenses

Century Optics .7X Wide Angle Converter

Go Wide and Zoom-Thru

Ever been pushed up against the wall zoomed all the way out and still not have the entire scene in the frame? That’s when you know you need a wide angle lens. Offering 30% more angle of view with a Wide Angle Converter will make small rooms look big – great for Real Estate shots! Make your scenes appear larger than life.

With the Century Optics Wide Angle Converter you even have full zoom through – critical for zooming in to check focus –

A must have addition to any serious shooters camera bag. Get away from that "camcorder small field of view look" use a Wide!

Click here to view a Video comparing the .7X!
 

Century Optics .7X Wide Angle Converter for Canon XL2, XL1S, XL1, and XLH1
Availability:
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Mfr # VS-07CV-XL2

Price: $699.00

Century Optics .7X Wide Angle Converter for Sony FX1, Z1U
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Mfr # VS-07CV-HDS
Price: $859.00

Century Optics .7X Wide Angle Converter for Panasonic DVX100
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Mfr # VS07CVDVX
Price: $699.00

 

Century Optics .8X Wide Angle Converter 72mm for Panasonic DVX100, Sony HVR-Z1U & HDR-FX1, Canon XL2 and many more
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0VS-08CV-72
Price: $549.00



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Century Optics .65X Wide Angle Converter


Century Optics .65X Wide Angle Converter for Canon GL1, GL2
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Mfr # DS-65CV-SB
Price: $449.00

 

Century Optics .65X Wide Angle Converter for Sony PD150/170, VX2100,2000
Availability:
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Mfr # DS-65CV-SB
Price: $449.00

 

3 Comments

  1. Beverley 11 years ago

    Do you do a wide angle lens for the Panasonic DVC30 please.

    What is the cost if you do.

    Thanks
    Bev

  2. Ben Wong 11 years ago

    I am looking for the lens cover for the Century Optics .65x Wide Angle Converter. Can you help me?

    Thanks,
    Ben Wong. 808-387-4666

  3. Bill Robidoux 11 years ago

    I work for a local public access studio and was wondering about a couple of things about the wide angle lenses.

    Most important question is do you have a wide angle lenses that is compatible with the JVC Ky 19?

    We produce shows that have a panel of four people, we would like the ability to fit these people into the shot but stay as close as possible to the talent.

    Right now if we have a four shot it seems so far away and there is way to much wasted real estate above and below. Would a wide angle lenses take care of this problem?

    Do other television studios use wide angle lenses? If so why?

    Thank you for your time.

    Thank You

    Bill

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