|16th of September 2007 (Sun)||#1|
Join Date: Mar 2007
Location: middle east
For those of you with the Raynox 2020
According to the advertisement of Raynox themselves, the addition of this "lens" does not cause a decrease in the amount of light on a given picture.
Have those of you who have used it, agree with this claim?
If it does reduce the light by X# of stops, will the raynox 1540 reduce it by fewer stops?
I was also looking at the 7000 pro (0.7X wide angle) with ability to zoom through the entire range of the S3 and with a high MTF of the wide angle (non fish eye) lenses. Anybody with comments?
Many thanks....(my trip to the States and I need to make a budget! )
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