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  1. 1 point
    I think by the time you zoom there won't be much difference to the 8-18 you will need a test card to check. The main benefit of the wwl-1 compared to a rectilinear is that it works at wider apertures however the inon needs to stop at f/8 and offers no benefits See how you get on as you already have the 7" port I think you will use it because it works well for split shots For sharks instead my go to lens is the 14-42mm with the Wwl-1 not because of field of view but because the sharks look skinny with a rectilinear lens Sent from my SM-A505FN using Tapatalk
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    The UWL-100 comes in several flavours and INON data seems to indicate it is designed for 28mm equivalent lenses there is one footnote saying only compatible on 14-42 lens. Here is their page: http://www.inon.jp/products/lens/uwl100achromat/top.html The website indicates using a type 2 lens for olympus cameras. I believe also the lens is not designed to zoom through only to use at it about the widest setting close to 28mm equivalent on the lens: " Set the camera to wide end. If you observe vignetting at wide end, zoom to telephoto side minimum necessary or crop the image after taking image. The lens is designed to get optimum performance at above setting. " Before I went out and a purchased a flip mount I would suggest just getting a step down ring to m67 and screw it on to give it a try and see how it performs, you will probably need to zoom into about 14mm on the 12-50.

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