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Old Jun 9, 2010, 5:50 AM   #21
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This TCON17 seems quite popular, does it in addition to the stepdown ring add much weight? Could I screw it on the front of my UV filter ? Do you do that or take off the filter and put it on the lens and then buy a 58mm filter?
The TCON adds a fair amount of weight but nothing that's going to make it unportable. I would take any filter off before using it and advise against using any filter with it.
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Old Jun 11, 2010, 5:37 AM   #22
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The best tip for the HS10 might be that you consider buying a decent UV filter. this doesnt cost a lot of money, but it protects your lens. Once your lense gets scratched, or even a little dot you can throw away your hs 10 since you cannot change lenses.....a uv filtercan be renewed for a few dollar/euros.

i know lots of you already use it, but for starters ( like me ) it isnt always that obvious. the metal b&w uv filter i bought costs 25 euros. small investment to protect your HS10
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Old Jun 12, 2010, 10:07 AM   #23
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I already have a UV filter re my previous post above but point taken.
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For people who want to buy a filter , take some time and read the article in this test, quit interesting

http://www.lenstip.com/113.1-article...ters_test.html

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Old Jun 13, 2010, 8:45 AM   #25
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Can anyone tell me how to use this feature properly. Im either using it too slow or too fast etc, im not getting the panorama feature.
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hey guys! thanks for useful tips. thanks for this kind of information. keep it up

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