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08/31/2003 09:29:10 AM · #1
Is it worth buying the wide angle and telephoto lenses for the s602Z?
Does the telephoto make that much difference?

thanks
Mike


08/31/2003 12:00:33 PM · #2
It has been my experience that these lenses are a big plus with any camera. A wide angle lens will have a tremendous effect for depth of field and a telephoto lens can provid a huge increase in detail for landscapes, sunsets etc. And besides I need all the help I can get.
Have A Fun Day.
08/31/2003 01:15:10 PM · #3
Fuji's own 1.5x teleconverter is supposedly only about 1.4x and it doesn't make a *huge* difference. Having said that, I wouldn't want to be without it. The extra reach is invaluable at times.

Another option is the Olympus teleconverter (TCON-17 I think) which is 1.7x and just as high quality as the Fuji model.

I haven't used the wide angle, but if you shoot landscapes it will be well worth the investment.
08/31/2003 01:25:05 PM · #4
Originally posted by chinstrap:

Is it worth buying the wide angle and telephoto lenses for the s602Z?
Does the telephoto make that much difference?

thanks
Mike


I added 2X on Fuji 3800,which have same lens as 602,but I only get about 1.4 X regardless of the Telephoto manufacturer claim!
I also get blueish noise and focusing time is longer than usual!

Wide angle is nice for capturing tall buildings and churches...

Message edited by author 2003-08-31 13:26:12.
08/31/2003 03:36:18 PM · #5
ok -thanks for the advice.
I am familiar with wide angle/telephoto lenses with my old slr = just wondered if it was worth laying out nearly 200 quid. Think i will give it a miss.


08/31/2003 05:54:38 PM · #6
I`ve heard the T-con is good. Will give you 10x zoom but i have not tried it.
08/31/2003 07:51:23 PM · #7
The TCON-17 and WCON-07 are very good lenses.
Instead of 35-210mm you'll convert it to 24mm - 357mm
Then if you also factor in the digital zoom you can actually push this out to 1570mm :)
If you're interested I can send you some pics to show the difference (richard@boltdj.com)
08/31/2003 08:05:08 PM · #8
I purchased a kit of Kenko adapter lenses from an Australian seller on ebay. The kit included the adapter ring for my S602, a 2x teleconverter and a .50 wide angle adapter for $299AUD ($190 US). Here is the sellers website //www.camerasdirect.com.au It might be worth contacting them to find a seller in the UK.

Message edited by author 2003-09-01 01:51:45.
09/01/2003 07:24:45 AM · #9
Thanks folks


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