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Wide Angle Lenses

I have the wide-angle lense that is suggested for my Kodak DC290. However, the edges are fuzzy. According to a response on this forum, I should seek out a higher-quality wide-angle lense. Can this camera (make/model) handle any wide-angle lense (with proper step up/down adapter) or will I need to purchase a particular lense for this camera? Thanks again....

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Wide angle lens aka fish-eye lens, means only the centre of your photo is clearly focused - especially in long distance scenery shots.

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