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  • AOI UWL-400A 0.50X Wide-Angle Lens M52

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  • The perfect compact super-wide-angle conversion lens for Olympus PT-059 and PT-058 housings

    The UWL-400A is a high-quality glass wide-angle conversion lens with an optical-quality polycarbonate dome unit. The field of view is up to 120 degrees underwater with a minimum zero focusing distance. The UWL-400A is designed to be used with the Olympus TG-5/6 and OM System TG-7 cameras and the PT-058 and PT-059 housings. The UWL-400A lens can also be used on 67mm ports with the AOI SR-M52_M67 lens mount.

    The lens comes with a removable 52mm thread. The UWL-400A lens is compatible with the AOI Quick Release System and the thread can be replaced with the AOI QRS-AD3 bayonet mount. 

    When using the UWL-400A lens with underwater strobes on the PT-058/59 housing, we recommend the AOI FCA-01 cable adaptor

    Specifications:
    - 0.5X Ultra-Wide angle conversion
    - Lens Construction: 5 groups, 5 elements. 
    - Multi-layer anti-reflection coating on glass elements.
    - Depth rated to 100m
    - Mounting: 52mm thread
    - Aluminium alloy lens body
    - Dimensions: 121.8mm (D) x 76mm (H)
    - Weight on land / underwater: 615g / 224g

    Included in the box: Rear and front caps, lanyard, carry case, microfibre cloth, 

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