I think there is some confusion here but it is probably
From what I know, the WC-e68 is a Nikon wide converter lens.
I have a WC-e63 which is a little shorter and I use it with
an adapter tube on my Fuji E-550 and E-900.
With a my WC-e63 and my 28mm equivalent lens on the cameras, I
usually take three rows of 8. Gives plenty of overlap and the
lens is good quality. But it's not a fisheye.
Raynox also makes some wide converter lenses and a couple of fisheyes
for compacts. The fisheyes -- from what I've read -- are huge.
Lars O. Grobe wrote:
> Hi all,
> I am considering to get a Raynox WC-E68 fisheye, that together with a
> converter allowing me to fix it on my camera, should allow me to shoot
> some nice fisheyes using my Lumix LX2.
> Does anyone have experience with this setup? I found several pages on
> the internet, but noone mentioned the fow achieved using this combination.
> Cheers, Lars.