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-Gives you a wider angle of view on your built-in lens
-Gives you the potential to have a shallower depth of field when you zoom in on an object. This is a lens effect which makes objects behind the subject appear less in focus than the subject in the foreground - can be a positive if you're trying to have a more cinematic-like effect
-Apparent lens distortion around the frame edges. You'll notice a "bowing" effect happen.
-Increased ability to have dust and scratches on your lens. Make sure both the front and rear element are clean!
-Possible increase in light glare. If the sun is in the background, expect to see more lens-flare effects due to the lack of a lens shade, and the increased number of glass elements that the light needs to pass through.
Personally, I like having the wide angle adapter in my pro-sumer video camera kit because it gives me another option when I'm in close-quarters. If you can avoid lens flare, it will be great addition to your camera.
Find the setting for "conversion lens" in the menu, or tools menu. Turn it off.
Turning the "conversion lens" on blocks all flash function.
The conversion lens is a extra lens that you can purchase to screw onto the front of the main camera lens for extra zoom or wide shots but it blocks the flash, so your only meant to turn it on when you have one fitted.