Panasonic Announces Four New Conversion Lenses

LAS VEGAS, NV (January 9, 2012). Panasonic has announced four new conversion lenses that has designed to compatible with the H-PS14042 (LUMIX G X VARIO PZ 14-42mm/F3.5-5.6 ASPH./POWER O.I.S.) and H-H014* (LUMIX G 14mm / F2.5 ASPH.) Panasonic Micro Four Thirds lenses. The four new conversion lenses are DMW-GWC1 for Wide Conversion Lens, DMW-GTC1 for Tele Conversion Lens, DMW-GMC1 for Macro Conversion Lens, and DMW-GFC1 for Fisheye Conversion Lens. These conversion lenses has compact and lightweight design that allow users to easily switch a lens to enjoy the benefits and flexibility of different shooting options and angles. For more information please visit Panasonic website.

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The DMW-GWC1 Wide Conversion Lens is designed to compatible with H-PS14042 and H-H014 lenses that help capture dynamic scenery with a wider viewing angle and extends the focal length of wide-end from 14mm to 11mm when it attached on the front of the wide lens. While the DMW-GTC1 Tele Conversion Lens is designed to compatible with H-PS14042 lens that help capture a subject that is faraway by extending the focal length of tele-end from 42mm to 84mm, its mean that the DMW-GTC1 is particularly helpful to capture images of long-distance subject.

Moreover, the DMW-GMC1 Macro Conversion Lens is designed to compatible with H-PS14042 and H-H014 lenses and allows users get extremely close macro shooting at a focus distance of just 0.14m when use this conversion lens on the front of their lens. It will be an ideal choice for photographers who want capture amazing detail in small subjects such as flowers and insects. While the DMW-GFC1 Fisheye Conversion Lens is designed to compatible with H-PS14042 and H-H014 lenses that help users shoot creative and unique photographs with a rounded, 120-degree angle, effect.


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