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Pincussion or convergence problem. Look in the menu for convergence and call up the advanced grid.

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Quantaray f=18mm tech-10 lens for nikon. Is this a fish eye lens?


Technically 16mm and above are considered a wide angle lens, below 16mm is a fish eye. What are you wanting to photograph and what effect are you looking for??

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I have a Nikon D-40 I'm currently using a 55-200


Fisheye is the extreme of a wide angle lens. I think you are not using a fish eye lens, but a fish eye adopter. That is a lens that will "shorten" the focal length of a lens most of the time with 30 % sometimes with 50% when you put it in front of your lens. So you could make a 24 mm lens look or act like a 12 mm.
On your tele lens this only will slightly shorten the 55 mm, but even 50 % of 55 is 27 mm and can't be seen as a fish eye.
I think when you put this on a short lens, the picture you get will be round, like you were using a real fish eye.

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Can i change my lens to other lenses like fish eye, wide angle or macro lens or even zoom lens?


This is a fixed lens camera so the short answer is no. However there are third party accessories lenses that can be screwed to the front of the lens to give a "fish eye" or telephoto capability. To get "Macro" there is a kit available which has a series of three close up lenses these lenses screw to the front lens element of your camera allowing for some pretty impressive macro capabilities.

Again to answer your original question no you can't change the lens on your camera

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My friend accidentally dropped my Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-HX5 on the hard ground. My camera still works and I do not have any error messages or physical damage on the outside. However, now my photos almost...


Apparently no physical damage but camera result shows internal damage of lens mechanism and lens assembly need to be replaced by local camera repair shop because camera will take apart for that and lens assembly can not be repaired, replacement is only option.
Let me know if there is additional question.
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Projectors need to be adjusted i guess they moved when TV was transported


do not move crts manually. go into the menu and adjust the picture's convergence.

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Virtual tour


the picture is blurry due to lack of focus in the lens.
Im using a fish eye lens. my f\stop is 6.3 shutter is 30.
Im trying to due a virtual tour of my kitchen so its a big picture that i want all in focus. i have tried different settings on my camera but i think im making it worse.

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Fish photographing


I have had good luck with fish pictures by pressing the front of the lens barrel up against the glass. This blocks out reflections that the glass will cause and it also holds the camera very steady. If it is a small curved glass bowl, make sure that the glass lens does not actually touch the glass. You could scratch the lens. If the fish are in a small container, you will have to use the "macro" feature on your camera so that you can "close focus". If you have to take a photo with the camera lens away from the glass, the camera just may try to focus on the glass instead of the fish behind it. If this occurs, just point the camera at something nearby that is the same distance as the fish; press the shutter button half way down. Then swing the camera back to the fish and press the shutter button the rest of the way down. Never try to take a flash picture of anything behind glass as you will end up with a great shot of your reflected flash. However if you have the camera lens pressed against the glass, you can use flash if necessary.

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Conversion lens


A conversion lens should be attached using the conversion adapter CLA-1 (41mm-43mm, optional) and the step-up ring. However, the fish-eye conversion lens FCON-02 cannot be used.

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