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3100z Lens converter

Does anyone know of a quality telefoto lens converter (1.5x - 2.0x) to be found in England. I know that Canon and Sony market their own but I cannot find out if they are suitable for the 3100z.

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Re: 3100z Lens converter

Yes. Try the eagle eye optic zoom. Made in the UK. This is a 5x converter that works well with the 3000z. Very little vignetting. It has a manual focus ring, or you can use the 3000z autofocus.

Posted on Sep 13, 2005

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