LH738
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Lens: Canon Powershot Pro 90-IS

Sat Dec 01, 2001 2:45 pm

I intend to buy a Canon Powershot Pro 90-IS. The lens is 37-370mm.

370mm is great - but only 37mm. Are there any adapters available to go below 37mm?
 
jasonm
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RE: Lens: Canon Powershot Pro 90-IS

Sat Dec 01, 2001 4:21 pm

The wide converter lens WC-DC58 converts the focal length by about 0.8x, and the 58mm Close-up lens 500D enables shooting as close as 13.4in (34cm) at the telephoto end.

Jason.
 
EGGD
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RE: Lens: Canon Powershot Pro 90-IS

Sat Dec 01, 2001 8:16 pm

Enjoy it!

I think there is about 3 wide angle lenses that will fit (although you might need some sort of lens adapter for the thread).

Regards

Dan
 
planedoctor
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RE: Lens: Canon Powershot Pro 90-IS

Sun Dec 02, 2001 5:56 am

You will probably get the best results using the Canon WC-DC58 which gives an effective focal length of approx 30.4mm at the wide end, which is quite substantial in my opinion. I have not used it, however. Going with a 3rd party lens opens up the possibity of other problems. I expect that it will give a bit of distortion on the wide end, but that is one of the trade-offs with having the Pro90's 10x zoom. I think you will really enjoy the Pro90. Good luck!

-Ken
 
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RE: Lens: Canon Powershot Pro 90-IS

Mon Dec 03, 2001 11:22 pm

I've got a Pro90, and although I am reasonably satisfied, there are some things which are quite irritating. The lag time between shots can be quite long, and under very bright conditions, purple fringing can be a bit of a problem, especially at max zoom. The wide angle is not very wide, but you can get a converter.

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EGGD
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RE: Lens: Canon Powershot Pro 90-IS

Tue Dec 04, 2001 12:48 am

Yup, i don't like the Electronic viewfinder and both that and the LCD display stay blank for a long time between taking the picture and storing it etc.

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