JVC 1.8 TELE CONVERSION LENS GL-V1846U

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    • #48101
      AvatarAnonymous
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      Hello, Please help a newby here needing advice. ?I am buying the JVC HM 100 camcorder, to shoot Australian Wildlife (tree-kangaroos and platypus etc). ?The camera sounds perfect for what I need – lightweight, ease of use, post production, professional, etc etc, but as it only has a 10x optical zoom, I am wondering if the 1.8 tele-converter keeps up with the quality. ?I need it to be broadcast quality and as I’m quite new to video I need advice from those in the know. ?I have tried google to get any more info on this tele-converter, but can’t find a thing. ?Please help…

      Cheers……Sandy (mermadsista)

    • #197764
      AvatarXTR-91
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      “I am wondering if the 1.8 tele-converter keeps up with the quality”

      Yes, it should. You just can’t shoot “less than 1.8x”

    • #197765
      Avatarroblewis56
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      I suggest you talk to the people at B&H Photo Video for a recommend lens. I did this for my Canon HF11 and I am happy with the lens they recommended. Here is a test I did.

      RAYNOX
      2.2 Telephoto Conversion Lens Test

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xs_xow62sQM

    • #197766
      Avatarroblewis56
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      sorry it came out three times

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