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  1. #1
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    Semi & Fisheye help> in pana forum

    Reposted in Panasonic forum as suggested George, thnx for your info again re the zoom lens too..
    Last edited by Jayde; 09-22-2004 at 07:19 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jayde
    Hi
    I am seriously considering buying a fish eye lens (i always wanted one) but to possibly save money i found a semi fisheye instead, what I`m wondering is will the effect be much different, it looks same here but am i missing something ?
    Quality maybe ?
    but the pics here look similar altho not v large to judge them..

    http://raynox.co.jp/comparison/video/comp_fe180pro.htm
    scroll down flowerbed pics

    Does anyone here, have experiance/knowledge with a RAYNOX mx-3000pro semi fisheye lens ?
    or
    Raynox DCR-FE180PRO Fisheye lens.

    I Used this Raynox link for reference point..

    In fact the cheapest Fisheye I fancy is the Nikon FC-E9..
    here
    http://www.cs.mtu.edu/~shene/DigiCam...s/Fisheye.html

    and yes.. its for the FZ10 and Raynox says both will work ok..

    Any help plz
    Cheers

    mx-3000pro semi is priced at 139.99
    and the
    dcr-fe180pro is priced at 329.99.

    The Nikon FC-E9 is 200 quid
    Hi Jade, Sorry I can't answer this one.

    If you take this request to the Panasonic page you will probably get a much faster answer. Don't forget to delete the page here after you re-post.
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