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Mark Peters : January 29th 2012 - 19:50 CET

Panasonic Wide Conversion Lens


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PanasonicCES 2012 - Panasonic DMW-GWC1 Wide conversion lens : The Panasonic DMW-GWC1 Wide conversion lens increases the total magnification by 0.79x. When you attach the Panasonic wide conversion lens to the Lumix G X VARIO PZ 14-42mm lens or Lumix G 14mm lens, it extends the focal length of wide-end from 14mm to 11mm. Taking advantage of its wide angle of view, users of this conversion lens can easily fit subjects into the frame even when shooting indoors where the distance is limited. This also makes buildings and other architecture more dynamic, preserving the massive scale of the background. The world looks extraordinary when viewed through this new wide conversion lens, allowing pictures and movies to be captured with a uniquely rich perspective.
Panasonic conversion lens

Panasonic Wide conversion lens
The Panasonic DMW-GWC1 Wide Conversion Lens boasts outstanding compactness with approx. 28mm in length and 72 grams in weight to realize ultra-high mobility. Combined with LUMIX G Micro System cameras and lenses, it creates a highly compact and user-friendly interchangeable lens camera system which will further extend your creative choice.

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Panasonic DMW-GWC1 features
• Enables capturing dynamic scenery in wider angle of view
• Extends the focal length of wide-end from 14mm to 11mm
• Compact and lightweight design featuring high portability
• Helpful in shooting from dynamic landscapes to indoor group portraits
• Included Adaptor Ring

Panasonic Wide conversion lens

Panasonic Wide conversion lens price & availability
The Panasonic DMW-GWC1 Wide conversion Lens carries a suggested price of £120 GPB / €150 Euro. (Retail prices may vary from country to country). Follow the link for other creative Panasonic conversion lenses.

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