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Panasonic Fisheye Conversion Lens
Mark Peters : January 29th 2012 - 19:45 CET
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PanasonicCES 2012 - Panasonic DMW-GFC1 Fisheye conversion lens : When you use the Panasonic Fisheye conversion lens in combination with the Panasonic Lumix G X Vario PZ 14-42mm / F3.5-5.6 / POWER O.I.S. or Panasonic LUMIX G 14mm / F2.5 it extends a diagonal angle of view to 120-degree. The Panasonic Fisheye conversion lens enables a distinctive perspective and an unique deformation effect. The new Panasonic DMW-GFC1 conversion Lens gives not only great fisheye pictures but also videos in an extraordinary view to add an impressive scene to the story. The Panasonic Fisheye conversion lens is ideal for TV contents, films and internet video clips.

Panasonic Fisheye

Panasonic Fisheye conversion lens
The Panasonic DMW-GFC1 Fisheye conversion lens boasts outstanding compactness with 28.4mm in length and 80 grams in weight to realize ultra-high portability. When you combine the fisheye conversion lens with the Lumix G Micro system cameras and Panasonic Lumix lenses, it creates a highly compact and user-friendly system camera which will further extend your creative skills in digital photography.

Fisheye lens

Panasonic DMW-GFC1 features
• Enables high-quality fisheye photography with rounded effect
• Features 120-degree angle of view by attaching it to the lens
• Capable to take impressive pictures, unique to the fisheye lens
• Included Panasonic Lumix adaptor ring
• Compact, lightweight product design

Panasonic Fisheye conversion lens

Panasonic Fisheye conversion lens price & availability
The Panasonic DMW-GFC1 fisheye conversion lens carries a suggested retail price of £140 GPB / €170. (Sales prices in Euro may vary from country to country). For more creative photography options, also study the other three Panasonic conversion lenses.

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