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Fitting a different lens

I've bought a 0.5 x wide angle lens 55mm for my digital camera but, big problem, can't see how to attach it. Help

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This camera doesn't allow interchangeable lenses. Any "wide angle lens" would screw onto the front of the existing (non-removable) lens as an additional lens element.

Posted on Jan 21, 2008

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