it is perfect wide converter if u want to take selfie
kil hyun lee, Amazon
14 April 2015
Summary: it is perfect wide converter if u want to take selfie! I usually travel by myself and felt hard to take a photo of face with scenery. but after i use this converter , i can take really good selfie with beautiful back scene !
I did my research before buying. I purchased the ...
Paul Myers, Amazon
23 February 2015
Summary: I did my research before buying. I purchased the 16mm lens to get wider shots and added this converter for even WIDER shots. When using the flash it can create a shadow so I just learned to shoot without a flash to eliminate the shadow caused by the light deflector on the built onto the lens.
Go ahead and spend more - you're unlikely to get significantly better images
Medical Marketing Maven, Amazon
7 February 2015
Summary: I've looked closely at the images I get with this with the 16mm on my NEX-6 and those shot with the very expensive 10-18mm Sony wide angle, and the difference is immaterial to me. You need to keep people out of the very corners of the image, because the distortion there is considerable.
Summary: This is a low cost solution to having a REALLY wide angle lens on you NEX camera. The image quality leaves something to be desired, but you could say the same about a number of super-wide lenses. For the price, it's a pretty good deal.
Summary: I ordered what I thought was a brand new item as per Amazon's listing process, but when opened up the lens had been used (with dust all over) and was missing the zipper carrying pouch for the lens. Overall I was very dissappointed in my purchase and returned the item promptly.
Summary: I photograph churches around town and I really dislike when electrical wires cut my shot. Using the ultra-wide lens, I can capture the bell tower/steeple and the doors while standing close enough to avoid the wires.
Summary: Recommended for everyone who is interested in taking pictures with different perspective or artistic pictures. Also for those who study or work as interior design or architecture because it lets you take pictures of small rooms or places with just little distortion of perspective.