I search for a telephoto converter for the new Canon XF-100. As an accessory of the TL-H58 is recommended. There is however a problem. According to Canon, the converter has NO front filter thread, so that no UV filter and unfortunately synonymous should be put up a sun visor. Does anyone have a solution and experience with the converter. Sun synonymous, the question would be whether there are small zoom-problems at the edges.
I have an alternative s.den Raynox DCR-2025PRO but the thought is to produce relatively quickly by zooming the edges.
Antwort von Videobodo:
Hi Peter Hoods are esmit a clamping screw, it can be danit auusn s.Vorsatz attached. For example: www.enjoyyourcamera.com Bodo
Antwort von Peter Kaminski:
Yes that's a tip. Be seen not only whether you can in the Aperture synonymous screw a filter.
Antwort von Bernd E.:
In such a panel is in general do not screw on filter, but you could take instead a matte box (combination of the filter holder and lens hood). Also, as there should be variants that are clamped on the outside to the version of the lens. Apart from that I can do it with the best will not understand why Manufacturer - Canon is because it is not, unfortunately, the only - such unrealistic solutions to the market. So much more expensive would not have become a front thread, and a converter without such a thread is simply a bad design.
Antwort von kuhea:
modest question. What a benefit to bring a screwed because UV filter?
The UV light has on the many lenses of the zoom optics in the Converter + which ere no chance. And as protection for other contaminants? The converter is mechanical protection for the Camera Optics enough.