06-19-2018 07:56 PM
06-19-2018 08:20 PM
You are risking your investment by putting filters on the lens.
Look at the size of the filter thread that can be seen in front of lens mark like 52 mm ( this is the diameter for the filter )
Look at amazon for this size and select that fits your budget.
You better buy a DSLR camera so that you can use filters instead of buying lenses.
06-19-2018 10:13 PM
This one has Filters by Canon that are safe. But no lenses. Ya know? I just want a fisheye lense pretty much. I am a beginner so I definitely am not planning on spending 600 on a lense, haha.
This is what I want, can you please tell me what you think about it?
06-20-2018 08:47 AM
If you put a lens with adapter most problem is vignetting ( blurry near edges ). If I am not mistaken this lens ( SX 530 HS ) is not interchangeable like a DSLR, so it needs adapter to place the fisheye lens to 530 lens. As I said dioptic filter is better than expensive lens but not on pop up lens only for DSLR .