Crystal vision limited edition lense converter

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  1. digimok

    digimok TPF Noob!

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    I bough a crystal vision digital wide converter w/macro 0.5x55mm limited editon for my Canon 20D. I am wondering what kind of quality to expect out of this converter, is it a good one or did I get ripped off? ($400usd)
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    digimok TPF Noob!

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    help
     
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    hobbes28 Incredible Supporting Member

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    Does it just screw onto the front of your lens? I'm not sure what kind of converter this is. Show us some pictures or let us know how it works and we can help ya out a little better.
     
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    digimok TPF Noob!

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    yes it is the screw on kind, I think I got ripped off,so I am taking it back today.

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    hobbes28 Incredible Supporting Member

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    Yeah, you got ripped. :( Raynox makes one that should cost you a considerable amount less. Check out ebay and see what they have as well.
     

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