Reviews and Problems with Zeikos ZE-3558T 58mm 3.5x
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6 May 2013
Summary: HOLA, COMPRE EL ITEM PORQUE TENGO UNA CAMARA NIKON D32OO Y UN LENTE AF 70-300, DESEO MEJORAR EL ZOOM PARA CUANDO SALGO DE VIAJE Y FOTOGRAFIAR LA NATURALEZA, ESTE TIPO DE LENTE MEJORA MUCHO EL ZOOM, PERO DISMINUYE LA RESOLUCION AUN ASI ME PERMITE HACER LAS FOTOS QUE QUIERO, EL PRECIO ME PARECIO JUSTO Y MUY RAPIDO EL ENVIO, TAMBIEN COMPRE UN 2X PARA TOMAS MENOS LEJANAS Y AHORA HE ACOPLADO LOS DOS ZOOM, EL 3.5X Y EL 2X, LA NITIDEZ SE VA AL SUELO, PERO CON UN POCO DE MAÑA SE...
Summary: I couldn't take a single good photo with this lens. Indoors all photos turned out too dark (but that might be due to my lack of photographic experience), outdoors I had severe visible chromatic aberration - and not just when I zoomed into the picture but just looking at it at 30% or so. Returned the item right away, glad that the seller was really nice and refunded my money.
Summary: i dont recomend it... i have an fuji hs10 and i still cant have well focused photos... i decided to not carry it with me everytime... i tell costumers to think twice before buying it... it may not work as its published...
Summary: Though packaged in 58mm body the actual bottom lens is 32mm - they used the same optics as on 37mm version ZE-3537T. Due to this edges of the image are darkened to ~50% at wide angle, and it makes it impossible for camera to focus at zoom. Completely useless even as a paperweight. Had it for a couple hours, sent back.
Summary: This lens does the job - great magnification IF you can get a correct focus. However I rarely can do that on my two Olympus cameras - neither of them really high end. I don't regret buying this - it wasn't that expensive and can be made to work sometimes - but it isn't something I carry around with me all the time.