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Re: Is the wide converter attachable?

Wide converter can be attached by using the dedicated adaptor ring ZCA-300 and will provide equivalent to 26mm angle of view in 35mm film. The closest subject distance: Normal Recording mode: 70.5 cm (from CCD), 60 cm (from the front of wide converter) Macro mode : 20.5 cm (from CCD), 10 cm (from the front of wide converter) *1 Set the Lens acc. to Wide Converter. in the setup menu. (Optical zoom will be fixed at wide-angle end.) *2 Built-in flash can be used when attaching a filter, but shadowing may occur at the bottom of the image. In this case, use of program flash 5600HS(D), 3600HS(D), 2500(D) (sold separately) is recommended. *3 Filter with 52mm in diameter can be attached to the adapter ring.

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