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When I am at 10mm I can not take a picture. I have to move the lens to 12 mm, why is that?

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What are the other settings? It could be that you are in "auto" and the camera is not getting an autofocus lock. Try having the camera in one of the manual settings.

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SOURCE: shadow on bottom of picture when I use a flash and 12 mm lens

Are you using a lens hood? That could create the shadow.

Posted on Nov 11, 2009

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What adapter do i need to make a vivitar 52MM wide angle lens work with a Nikon D-3000 with a 18-135MM lens?


If you can fit a filter to the front of your lens, you could buy a wide angle adapter like a 0.5, with the screw size that fits your filter screw.
But the wide angle front lenses, were designed for compact camera's and video camera's And although the 18 mm could become like 12 mm, but you will introduce colour fringing, distortion and more , that can't be corrected in normal programs like Lightroom.
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And yes, sometimes you can't go farther back, but then I shoot 2 or 3 pictures.
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What adapter do i need to make a vivitar 52MM wide angle lens work with a Nikon D-3000 with a 18-135MM lens?


I'm afraid this will not work.
The filter size from the Nikon is 67 mm. and your vivvitar had a 52 mm tread. The step down convertor from 67 to 52 will block to much to use the wide-angle convertor.
I think you still will see a wider part in the centre of the frame, but in the end, the vignetting that takes place, will leave you with only a part of the picture to use. What stays will be smaller than what you pick up with the lens in the 18 mm setting.

Just try what you see, when you just hold the vivitar in front of the lens and shoot a picture. Take care you don't scratch the front lens of your 18-135. put a cheap UV filter, when you want to test.
See you only have a circular picture with this test.

I have a 12-24 lens and only use it once a year, so if you don't have a special purpose for a wide angle, don't bother buying one.

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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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I HAVE A CANON EOS REBEL T2 35MM FILM CAMERA AND AM PURCHASING A CANON TI1. CAN I USE THE SAME LENS ON BOTH CAMERAS?


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Example: your 28 mm film lens now has the FOV of 44.8, not wide angle. As you can see wide angle is where the move to digital crop sensor cameras lose out. To get back to wide angel you would need a 17 mm lens, that would give you 27.2 mm FOV.
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Shadow on bottom of picture when I use a flash and 12 mm lens


Are you using a lens hood? That could create the shadow.

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Lens is moving


It is not normal. Something may have loosened up internally. Set the lens to 50mm and then move the camera between pointing lens forward and lens down toward the floor as the camera might rest when you have it on a neck strap and bend over. I am guessing that gravity is pulling the lens out to the 200mm position. In any case, you should have a camera repair man look at it. I do not know what the repair could cost, but you have a superb lens and, if necessary, you may want to spend the money to fix it.

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