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Panasonic Tele Conversion Lens
Mark Peters : January 29th 2012 - 19:48 CET
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PanasonicCES 2012 - Panasonic DMW-GTC1 Tele conversion lens : The Panasonic Tele conversion lens increases the focal length of the Panasonic Lumix G-X Vario PZ 14-42mm / F3.5-5.6 lens by 2x. This extends the focal length of tele-end from 42mm to 84mm by just attaching it to the front of the lens. The Panasonic conversion Lens offers outstanding compactness with only 47.4mm in length and 84 grams in weight to realize ultra-high portability. When you combine this conversion lens with the Panasonic Lumix G Micro system cameras, it becomes a compact and user-friendly camera system which will further extend your creative possibilities in digital photography.

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Panasonic Tele conversion lens
This easy-to-carry conversion lens from Panasonic can go wherever you do - for both everyday digital photography and also for adventure trips around our planet. The Panasonic Tele conversion lens is also ideal for capturing sports scenes or for pictures of wild animals that you cannot get close to. The Panasonic DMW-GTC1 conversion lens offers outstanding performance in both photo and video recording.

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Panasonic DMW-GTC1 features
• Enables capturing distant subject up close
• Extends focal length of tele-end from 42mm to 84mm
• Compact, lightweight design featuring high mobility
• Great lens from travel to street photography
• Included Adaptor Ring

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Panasonic DMW-GTC1 conversion lens price & availability
The Panasonic DMW-GTC1 Tele conversion lens carries a suggested price of £120 GPB / €150 Euro. (Prices may vary from country to country). Follow the link for other Panasonic conversion lenses.

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