Hello!i m buying from Chinavasion Car Rear View Camera with Wide Angle Lens + Up/Down Adjustment model [CVSH-CS25] and 1-DIN GPS Media Player with 7 Inch Touch Screen and DVB-T model CVHA-C21. And i need help with connection Car Rear View Camera with Wide Angle Lens GPS Car DVD with DVB-T and Bluetooth (1-DIN).I have a problem with the reverse camera.I compiled all the instructions that came with the dvd and camera excluded orange wire.At this writing wire camera but not written with as soon as the drafts.Camera in the aux mode does not work.Does the camera work in some other fashion? If it works in a different mode,how to run it? I need some detailed instructions for connecting the camera and dvid player. Camera works with other LCD monitor.When you connect to aux input on the front starani dvd player and camera to reproduce an image. When you connect with the entrance on the back starani dvd player parking provided for the camera, the camera does not work and can not reproduce the image. The instructions that came with the dvd player does not write anything about connecting the camera or how to reverse in its settings menu naparaviti play reverse image camera with DVD player.
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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.
Yes, you should be able to use them. Be aware, moving to digital there is a 1.6 crop factor. The means your 100 mm lens will have the field of view (FOV) of a 160 mm. No, it does not mean it is a 160 mm it is the fFOV is the same as a 160 mm. Also, at the other end is were you will most want to purchase a wide angle lens.
Example: your 28 mm film lens now has the FOV of 44.8, not wide angle. As you can see wide angle is where the move to digital crop sensor cameras lose out. To get back to wide angel you would need a 17 mm lens, that would give you 27.2 mm FOV.
To figure FOV take the lens multiply it by the crop factor. On a Canon it is 1.6, on a Nikon it is 1.5, the 4/3 sensor is 2.0.
The 18-105mm lens at the 18mm end of the zoom range is a pretty fair wide-angle lens. Look through the viewfinder and turn the zoom ring (the big wide ring at the front of the lens) one way and then the other. The 105mm end is the view that looks like you're using binoculars, the 18mm end is the view that looks like you're using binoculars backward.
The cap is a plastic disk, usually black or silver, that snaps on at the end of the lens to keep the lens clean. Some lenses have two caps, one for each end when not attached to the camera.
Some cameras don't use a "loose" cap; those cameras generally retract the lens into the camera body and "close" a door in front of the lens.
Many, if not most, camera users do not use a cap (my guess).
The wide angle lens is generally an "optional" lens that can be used for group or scenery pictures when you want to shoot a "wide" picture. A "normal" lens is generally around 50mm (plus / minus 5mm). A wide lens is anywhere from 17mm to 24mm (or so).
I am just giving a suggestion. I too need to know how to wire this. From what you posted it sounds like you hooked the wire to a constant +12v that is always on. Forgive me if I am wrong. Anyway, Did you connect this wire to rear reverse light power. I think from what you say it is supposed to be connected to the positive side of that light. If this solves your problem can you PLEASE let me know the full details of everything else you hooked up on the circuit to make the backup work. For instance what is the label of the orange wire. TIA.
The Penta K110D has a 1.5X crop factor so a 17mm lense would be the equivalent to 25.5mm (in 35mm standard), therefore may not give you a 103 angle view. You would not really notice that much difference between 17 and 18mm.