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Vivitar 58mm 2.2X Professional Telephoto Lens

2.3 out of 5 stars 19 ratings

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Brand Vivitar
Lens Type Teleconverter, Telephoto
Maximum Focal Length 58 Millimeters
Minimum Focal Length 58 Millimeters
Focus Type Autofocus

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  • Package Dimensions: 7.4 cms (L) x 8.1 cms (W) x 8.6 cms (H)
  • Product Type: Camera Lenses
  • Package Quantity: 1
  • Country Of Origin: United States
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Item Dimensions 3.5 x 3 x 3 inches 3.5 x 3.25 x 3.25 inches 3.54 x 3.54 x 3.54 inches 2.38 x 0.88 x 2.38 inches 3.5 x 3 x 3 inches 3.25 x 3.3 x 3.45 inches
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Photo Filter Thread Size 58.0 millimeters 62 millimeters 58.0 millimeters 52 millimeters 52 millimeters

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Capture better images of far-off subjects with the digital Optics telephoto lens for digital cameras and camcorders. The 2x magnification allows you to bring your subject closer while you stay where you are. The 2x tele-converter is a front-mounting lens that provides greater telephoto reach. By adding the lens to the front of your camera lens, It extends the focal length and makes distant objects appear closer. Unlike digital magnification, this  2x optical  conversion  lens will not impair the image quality.The 2x telephoto lens features all glass optics coated to reduce reflections and flare. These elements are housed in an All-Titanium barrel that will stand up to years of use. Features: all glass - multi coated optics 2x telephoto lens converter professional grade telephoto lens providing breathtaking close-up views, increasing the versatility of your existing lens designed to maximize use of day and night with coated optics that provide maximum image transmission with minimum distortion. Maintains all the camera functions The lens attaches easily and directly to any camera or camcorder with a 58mm filter threading. An appropriate stepping ring will allow it to work with cameras having other size threads. Specifications: Optical system: - all glass multi-coated 2x conversion power for 58mm threading- fully automatic, high speed lens Compatible with day or night vision, and infrared utilizing the camera auto focusing system mounting system: - Lens thread...

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2.3 out of 5 stars
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Reviewed in the United States on March 24, 2019
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1.0 out of 5 stars Don't Waste Your Time
By kduryee on March 24, 2019
I decided to give this lens a try despite what everyone has said in their reviews. I felt pretty sure that if you used the extension with manual focus you wouldn't run into all the nasty problems other people have reported. Well, I was wrong. The shots I got using manual focus, in manual mode, were horrible and out of focus to boot. And THEN, when I took the extension off my camera to re-package it for return, I saw a spiral-shaped piece of metal sticking out inside the lens. I thought it might have been a stray shard that spiraled up from the threads when I screwed the extension onto my lens, so I took a piece of lens paper and tried to get at the stray piece of metal. No luck - it's INSIDE the lens, between the two pieces of glass - see the attached photo. Don't waste your time with this one. Very disappointed with Vivtar.
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Reviewed in the United States on July 19, 2013
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Reviewed in the United States on September 20, 2015
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1.0 out of 5 stars Not usable.
By JJ on September 20, 2015
I bought this 2.2x lens on ebay, though it’s even cheaper here if you qualify for free shipping. I’d been seeing it run around $30 dollars and thought I’d give it a try, though I didn’t expect it to work well. I bought it at $13 and free shipping. That wasn’t much to lose, and if it worked at all, great. I should have paid more attention to the reviews on Amazon though. Because when I tried it on my 55-250mm zoom the images were really milky and hazy and blurry. Even worse than I expected. I tried it with different apertures and waited until the Fall because I thought humidity might be a factor. But it was still very disappointing. If I were a camera brand, I would not want to put my name on this. I tried it on smaller lenses to see if I could figure it out and move back up. Did this with my 18-55mm zoom. Got rid of a lot of the milkiness, but when I transferred the images to computer they still weren’t anything I’d want to look at. There was a glassy blur, especially to the light spots. And there's a lot of chromatic aberration. Later, I converted an old 500mm tou five star f8 for use with my Canon eos using only a $3 t mount adapter. So now I had an example of an actual 500mm, though not a first rate one. I took some neat moon photos with it and immediately wondered if I used a step down adapter whether I could use this 2X converter on it. Which is why I did the following test comparing my 500 mm five star to my 250mm zoom and 2.2X lens. There was absolutely no comparison. The 2X lens shots are unusable. If you’re looking for a long lens, you’ll have more fun shopping for a bargain tou five star 500mm f/8 lens and the appropriate adapter for your camera. (Of course it will be manual.) But if you’re lucky you can do that for under 40 bucks, and you’ll use it a whole lot more. I’m including 2 examples: a shot from my 500mm tou five star f/8 lens and another from the 250mm canon zoom with 2.2X Vivitar lens attached—this is the best image I could get. Even on smaller lenses I wasn’t happy it. The only reason I might use the Vivitar adapter lens is if I wanted to create a smoky, hazy, ethereal feeling in a home movie in which I’m showing the perspective of a ghost or someone who’s been drugged or hit on the head. I think it could be cool for that, though it might not work on smaller lenses and isn’t the kind of thing I see myself doing. Doesn’t seem worth the effort to try to resell it. I think it might be best if used as a paperweight. Though now that everything’s digital, I don’t really need one: rocks work just as well for that, and they’re free.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Not happy with this Vivitar lens
By Ulrich Peters on August 9, 2013
For the price, I wasn't expecting a super quality product, which could compare to a brand telephoto lens. But I found this lens completely unusable. I was hoping to boost a Canon 55-250 mm zoom lens with this accessory, but once attached, all photos are milky. I knew that auto-focus wouldn't work, but it is impossible to get a clear picture even in the sunlight, with manual focus. This lens adds an awful lot of pincushion distortion to the photo, and a good amount of chromatic aberration as well, even if attached on a Canon 18-55 mm (kit) lens.
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Andreas CAP
1.0 out of 5 stars Sehr schwache Qualität
Reviewed in Germany on April 11, 2013
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