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Schneider Adds On To JVC, Canon and Sony Cameras

Posted on May 19, 2011 by Alex Fice

New Schneider lens add-ons for JVC, Canon and Sony camerasSchneider Optics are ‘kings’ of the lens add-on market and have added several new items to their line of Century Pro Series HD lens ‘add-ons’. These lens accessories are designed to help go wider, reach further, and move in closer than the lens on the camera alone allows.

Century’s optics hope to minimize chromatic aberrations and unwanted distortion and produce images that are edge-to-edge sharp. Most of Century’s accessories interface directly with the bayonet mount at the front of the lens so mounting and removing isn’t too much of a chore.

The following new add-ons are available for the Canon XF305/XF300: .6X HD Wide Angle Adapter, .8X HD Wide Angle Converter, Fisheye HD Adapter, 1.6X HD Tele-Converter, and Achromatic Diopters.

For the JVC GY-HM700 with Canon KT14-14.4 lens there’s the .6X HD Wide Angle Adapter, .8X HD Wide Angle Converter, Fisheye HD Adapter, 1.6X HD Tele-Converter, and Achromatic Diopters.

For the Sony PMW-EX3/EX1 the following new add-ons are available: .6X HD Wide Angle Adapter, .75X HD Wide Angle Converter, Fisheye HD Adapter, Xtreme HD Fisheye, 1.6X HD Tele-Converter, 2.0 HD Tele-Converter and Achromatic Diopters.

www.schneideroptics.com

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