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Old Jun 26, 2002, 4:07 AM   #1
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Default Nikon coolpix 995 3rd party lenses..

Newbie question, can anyone tell me of some good 3rd party lenses that will fit my 995?

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Old Jun 26, 2002, 7:29 AM   #2
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Eagle Eye OpticZoom 5x:
http://www.eagleeyeuk.com
http://www.photosolve.com

CrystalVue 8x:
http://www.ckcpower.com

If you want 2x or 3x - my suggestion is stick to Nikon's own TC-E2 or TC-E3
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Old Jun 26, 2002, 8:51 AM   #3
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Eagle Eye OpticZoom 5x:
http://www.eagleeyeuk.com
http://www.photosolve.com

CrystalVue 8x:
http://www.ckcpower.com

If you want 2x or 3x - my suggestion is stick to Nikon's own TC-E2 or TC-E3
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Thanks, just what I was looking for
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Old Jul 7, 2002, 10:09 AM   #4
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Try www.2filter.com
They have lots of filters and lenses for your camera--and reasonably priced, too.
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Old Jul 7, 2002, 11:23 AM   #5
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My suggestion would be depending on how much you want to spend on lens.
The 3 that I'd consider and want to end up with at the end of all my lens buying are TC-E2, EagleEye 5x, and Olympus B-300. With these 3 you'll have an entire range of lens power to cover you in most any condition. The B-300 can be attached to either the TC-E2 or EagleEye extending their power.
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My suggestion would be depending on how much you want to spend on lens.
The 3 that I'd consider and want to end up with at the end of all my lens buying are TC-E2, EagleEye 5x, and Olympus B-300. With these 3 you'll have an entire range of lens power to cover you in most any condition. The B-300 can be attached to either the TC-E2 or EagleEye extending their power.
I'm interested in tacking on a Nikon TC-E2 or TC-E3 telephoto lens at the end of the opticzoom similar to your Kenko 3x setup shown at the bottom of this link:
http://www.photosolve.com/main/produ...oom/index.html

I realize per the below link that I would need a "37mm to 28mm" converter (shown available below). Are these Nikon telephoto lenses just as applicable to this setup as the Kenko product is? I'm having trouble finding a "37mm to 28mm" converter. Can someone provide a link?

http://www.photosolve.com/main/produ...ring_conv.html


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