Summary: This converter can be fitted to the Nikon V1 10mm pancake lens thus giving it an effective focal length of 6.8mm (18.36mm equivalent for 35mm format). All you need is a 40.5mm to 46mm step up ring. The difference in price to the Nikon 6.7-13mm lens is huge!
Summary: This Nikon WC-E68 Wide Angle Converter was compatible with Panasonic LX3, LX5. But it needed Panasonic DMW-LA4 Conversion Adapter(less than $20). If you guy need a Wide Angle Converter for your LX3, LX5, but the Panasonic brand Wide Angle Converter cost too much, and other anonymous Wide Angle...
Summary: Got the lens at a good value, considering the camera is outdated. Most people would think I'm stupid, but I just am getting back into photography and figured I'd re-familiarize myself with the basic for a year or so with a camera I already have.
Summary: I bought it because I read that it did not gave any distortion when you photographed straight skyline. It is not true, you always get the horizon curved and that is a real pain. Same when you want to photograph a high rise building, you will get a curved line.
Summary: I will never buy any camera item on Amazon again. You can not beat talking to a real person to make sure you are buying the right item. I have a Nikon Coolpix P5000 and this lens and adapter were supposed to be a fit for my camera. Well, they were not!
Summary: I bought this after seeing the price at Amazon. It is a discontinued item but for the price (or even 3x the price), go for it! I have a 24mm on my 35mm film camera (Minolta) and used it all the time. I find I use this lens (26mm equiv)quite a lot.
Summary: Must be a mistake! Dollar for dollar, this lens rates as possibly best among the many accessories I've purchased for my camera. I have the CP4500, which I bought about 4 years ago and although I have several other digital cams, including DSLR, the 4500 is the most used.
Summary: I bought this lens on an incredible sale. Including the adapter, which you have to purchase seperately, I spent right around $50.00. Many of my friends have larger, fancier, Nikons (the D-80's etc.) and are spending $600.00 or more on fisheye lenses. None of us are professional photographers.