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    I am looking to buy this wide angle lens for my Cannon HF100. The thread size of the lens is 58mm and my camera is 37. To be perfectly sure, all I need for this to work is a 37 to 58mm step up, isn't that right?

    Will there be any negative effects of there being such a difference in thread size? According to youtube videos with a HFS100 (not sure if the threads are any different on the HF to the HFS) the lens seems to work brilliantly.


    Any help is much appreciated!
    Darran.
    Last edited by Dcduo; 12-17-2010 at 12:43 AM.

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    Any help at all? The lens is 58mm and the HF100 is 37, a ring adaptor is all that's needed? It is the last day that I can order this for Christmas.

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    it should work. I don't see any reason it wouldn't. The only possible negative I can see is that you will not have as wide of an area to film when compared to a lens with the same diameter as the camera.
    -v

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