.43x Wide Angle/Macro Lens for Canon…

$49.95 $16.95

Multi Coated Optical Glass
Macro adapter for close up photography
Infrared compatible – for high resolution day & night recording
Protective lens case, front & back lens caps included
Fits lens with 58mm thread ONLY! Please verify your camera’s lens thread size, lens thread size will be marked somewhere on the lens barrel or printed underneath your lens cap.

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More about this Items: Digital Super Wide Angle Lens attaches to most cameras, camcorders and lenses with 58mm filter threads. The world’s finest super wide panoramic lens attachment. Optimized for use in digital equipment. Among the many makes whose products it fits are Canon, Nikon, Sony, Pentax, Sigma, Fuji, JVC, Olympus, Panasonic & Samsung and others. This excellent lens can be separated in two pieces (unscrewed): Macro part and wide angle part, so you can use it both ways: like macro lens (without wide angle part) and like wide angle with macro together! This is a very unique feature of this lens for its price. So please notice, this lens consists of two parts: macro part and wide angle part.


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  1. 4 out of 5

    You get what you pay for (an echo), but... |
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    The lens is cheap, and I know enough about optics and cameras to be forewarned that I may have just thrown away $17.00. The lens arrived in a plastic bubble envelope (Sigh). I was prepared for the worst. The manufacturers box was crushed badly (second Sigh). Then I find that this is made by Vivitar, a fact not mentioned in the product description (well maybe this isn't so bad). Then I noticed that the magnification factor is 0.43 and not 0.45x as shown in the product photo (Not a real big deal, but kinda makes one wonder how careful these folks are). I tried it out on my Canon T2i 18-55 lens. There is vignetting at 18mm zoom, although the manufacturers suggestion is to use the maximum wide angle setting. However at this setting it is the equivalent of a 12mm lens (35mm film photography-I just can't get used to the small sensor focal length factors). Vignetting disappears at about 24mm zoom (16mm in 35mm equivalent). At 35 mm zoom the lens gives me a 24mm focal length equivalent. So for $17.00 I get to extend my wide angle capabilities below the 28mm equivalent on the standard Canon lens to as low as maybe 15-18mm in 35 mm equivalents with the supplementary lens. Hey not bad for a cheap lens. I'll probably only use it for those special times I need an extreme (for me) wide angle. When I did 35mm film photography I had a 21mm, 24mm, and a 28mm wide angle. Mostly I used the 28mm, sometimes the 24mm and rarely the 21mm. So right now with only a bit of testing, this looks like I didn't waste $17.00 after all. UPDATE: I did more testing and the most significant result is that the there is significant chromatic aberration outside the central 50 percent of the photo. The aberration is most noticeable at higher magnifications. It seems that if you do some judicious cropping and don't make big enlargements is won't be so noticeable--particularly at 8 x 10 or maybe 11 x 14.
  2. 5 out of 5

    Great product, instructions lacking |
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    I was amazed that this lens came with *nothing* in the way of instructions. It's rather nicely packaged, with dual covers and wrapped in plastic within a black purse. My initial impulse was to attach the whole thing to the lens like a filter, and take some macro pictures. It sort of worked, but the pictures were hardly outstanding. Then I returned to Amazon's product description page and there discovered that it is actually *TWO* lenses attached to each other (they unscrew very easily), a MACRO lens and a Wide-angle lens. Using the Macro lens (which again screws at the end of the 18-55mm Canon lens) alone, led to far superior pictures and some really nice closeups. Haven't tried the wideangle yet, but it's worth the money for the macro alone. Highly recommended. If they could only learn to write and include instructions, they could easily double the price.
  3. 5 out of 5

    great lens for the money |
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    This lens is fantantic for the money. I take a lot of macro shots and didn't want to invest in a big clunky separate lens. This does the trick perfectly. I just upgraded to a digital SLR and didn't want to buy a separate lens. This screws onto the existing lens and not only does the macro but the wide angle too. I can leave it on my regular 28-55mm lens all the time. You do get a "tunnel" effect at the corners at the widest angle but if you zoom in just a bit , it disappears. I kinda like the effect with the tunnel on some photos. It is what it is for the money- a great value. Joe
  4. 5 out of 5

    Sample pics with the macro lens |
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    Amazing for the price tag. 5 Star for the macro lens its just amazing
  5. 5 out of 5

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    I ordered this lens just for the heck of it, because I wanted to see what a $12.00 lens could do and I wanted more macro than I already had for my Canon T3i. It came in two days in a big box of other stuff and it was packaged in a little black bag inside a small box. When I opened it I couldn't wait to try it out so I did. I was amazed! The first shot I took in wide angle was really good, but when I took a close up of a statue on my porch I was really impressed! I don't know that I will use the wide angle much, but I think I have found what I was looking for in a macro. If I ever want to spend more money and upgrade I will, but for the money and what it's a Bower, I am very happy with it and would recommend this lens to anyone looking for an affordable macro that also takes some awesome pictures.
  6. 5 out of 5

    Nice product! |
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    I purchased this for use on a Rebel T5i. I spent some time looking through other reviews so I had an idea of some of the pros and cons of the product. I must say that I am by no means a professional photographer, but I was impressed with the end result. It was exactly as I thought.
  7. 4 out of 5

    Good for the $$ |
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    This item is good for the money and the Quality is great too!! I got it for my Canon 550D camera as it said it made for it,,,, but beware!!! at full wide angle it has Vignetting!!! you have to zoom it out hafe way between 18mm and 24mm on the stock 18-55mm Canon Lens.
  8. 3 out of 5

    Wide Angle/Macro Lens |

    I like the macro portion but the wide angle seems to leave a shadow at the wide parts from the lens. Other then that it's affordable.
  9. 4 out of 5

    pretty good for the price |
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    pretty good for the price, better macro than the stock lens, but not really more wide angle than original lens. Weird blurry edges when you try to zoom all the way out. I use it all the time for macro shots and it comes out pretty good. Took these photos of a friend's engagement ring on a hike. Included pics with the blurred edges also. But the price is good, so I use it all the time.
  10. 1 out of 5

    Horrible shadow |
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    Well, you read the reviews, as did I. What can I say, I took an chance because I'm too poor to buy a real Canon wide angle lens. Like others stated, there is a pretty significant shadow at the corners when using the wide angle. I will try the macro at some point but I really wanted this for W.A. Anyway, try it if you like. I mean, it's $17 bucks so it won't break the bank. I'm going to try some edits in Lightroom to see if I can somehow filter out the shadow or I'll just crop it which kind of defeats the purpose of the purchase. Always, I took a quick shot in my house, and I added one unedited photo and one photo edited in Lightroom.