Reviews and Problems with Nikon Wideangle Converter WC-E63
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It does the job.
Lawrence N. Koenig, Amazon
1 September 2013
Summary: It feels like a quality lense and certainly does the job though it is bulky and a little awkward to use. You can save time by not telling the camera a wide angle lense is attached. The downside is it won't prevent you from sellecting a zoom that compromises the picture.
Nikon WC-E63 Wide-Angle Converter Lens for Nikon 4300 & 4500 Digital Cameras
Bargain hunter, Amazon
16 November 2011
Summary: Frankly, I haven't used it but a couple of times. It won't allow my flash to work, and I bought it for inside the house, so it has not proved useful for what I got it for. Maybe if I had an external flash, but I don't. I haven't tried it outside yet. I'm afraid this review hasn't been much help. Sorry. Earlier reviews mentioned this, so I should have heeded them. It does fit my nikon E995.
Summary: I love this lens. This is my second one - I damaged the first one dropping it. I never take this lens off of my Nikon Coolpix 990. It provides fantastic photos even under low light conditions.
Summary: I can't recommend the wide angle lens highly enough - we went to Big Bend, and the wide angle was exactly what I needed to get all the beautiful scenery in the shot. Easy on, easy off for close ups of the family, and good quality throughout.
Summary: The WC-E63 wide angle lens gave me just what I was after, a wider view for my Coolpix 990. It screws on without the need for an adapter. It takes a little getting used to and its big and bulky but it is a good lens. The flash is obstructed so lighting is a concern. All of these issues were described in the purchase info so it wasn't a surprise. The price was great for a genuine Nikon lens and includes lens caps and a carry bag.
Summary: If you are finding that your 3x zoom is going in the opposite direction of what you want then get this wide angle lens. I was impressed with the quality of the images that this lens can produce. There is very little distortion except when used at very short focal lengths. The only downsides are the size of the lens, the weight, and the fact that it blocks the optical viewfinder.
effective on NIKON Cameras for large areas of photo effort
10 May 2002
Summary: While is a small room during a dake-bonoist clicking session I am able to take photos of many people even when I've fairly close to them in proximity. Other Dake-Bonoist have expressed satisfaction with this lens as well.
Summary: On a Coolpix 775 (with the required adapter) this is one formidable-looking device, but it delivers clear wide-angle views. There is some distortion around the outer edges, but that is to be expected for a lens in this price range. It definitely expands the CP775's horizons. If you want to shoot wider vistas give this lens a try.
Summary: Hey Andy, from Patterson: I also love my CP 990 (refurb unit, the camera is, though). Re: your wide angle: did you set the camera to "M", then hit Menu, then scroll to Lens and select "Wide Adapter"? If you didn't, THAT'S why your 990 wouldn't focus! Everyone else, I don't have this wide adapter yet, but I'm sure it's just as nice as the fisheye I DO have. (And the wide angle is on my wish list.
Summary: The Nikon CP990 is a great camera. After I bought this wide angle lens, it opened up a whole new world of digital shooting. It is a fantastic lens. You can't use flash or view through the viewfinder, but that's not a big deal. There are cheaper wide angle lenses you can buy, but they aren't made by Nikon. Nuff said.