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I was really pleased with this product. It's exactly what I was looking for. I can carry it around with my camera without it adding much extra weight to my bag, and it gives me the results I was hoping for. Thanks!
It is a great wide angle converter lens for the price. I leave it on all the time now.
Works very well with my Olympus M10 Mark II camera and 14-42R lens. The wider angle is great for indoor photography.
It does provide wider angle with clear optics. Definitely an affordable alternative to a wide angle lens.
excellent. makes my lens look like HAL-9000
This may well deserve a 5-star rating. In fact, I will change from 4 to 5 before I post this. I used this converter extensively on a trip to SE Asia that lasted 10-weeks. I must have taken as many or more photos with this on than with it off of my Olympus 14-42II-R lens.
This lens quickly and easily attaches to the standard 14-42 mm lens. It increases the field of view by about 20 degrees. It really made the difference on a number of shots on our recent trip. Absolutely consider this for traveling.
Works easily and well, and as convertors goes, is the best one I have ever used! You really do not see a difference in performance and in fact I tested that the shutter speed is NOT affected when adding the converter in most circumstances! Hard to find softness even in the corners!
Make sure you've got the M. Zuiko Digital 14-42mm f3.5-5.6 II... if your lens isn't labeled "II" (as in you have the old one) the WCON won't mount. I point that out because it's not mentioned in the product description. Other than that, it works great!
The price went up since my purchase, but I would buy again, as this is the best purchase I've made to supplement my Olympus EP3. It makes a huge difference in tight spaces and adds so much depth to the photo. I recently came back from a ghost town trip and left this on for most of the shots.