INON UFL-G140 SD SEMI FISHEYE CONVERSION LENS
The UFL-G140 SD provides wild wide underwater footage nearly the same view angle as using an action camera on land.
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Ultra-Wide Even Underwater
Though an action camera is equipped with an ultra-wide lens, its coverage underwater will dramatically narrow down due to the different refraction ratios between air and water.
Dynamic CFWA Imaging
Shooting through the INON UFL-G140 SD lens enables you to shoot a subject at close range to benefit deformed and/or prospective results.
The native depth of field (DoF) of the GoPro® HERO7 Black on land is approx. 60cm/2ft to ∞. With the INON UFL-G140 SD, DoF underwater will be extended to 4cm/1.6 ∞ closer to the camera side.
Professional-level Image Quality
The UFL-G140 SD is constructed of 4 elements in 4 groups. The rear element is made from a high refractive index glass lens to minimize the whole size dramatically without sacrificing performance. The front acrylic dome has five layers of multi-coating on its inner surface providing the same grade of image quality as an optical glass dome at affordable pricing.
Speedy Lens Exchange by SD Mount
Bayonet INON SD Mount compatible to support friendly and speedy lens exchange underwater. Compatible with AD Lens Holder to hold a lens when not in use.
- Size 4mm / 3.7in (Diameter), 41.8mm / 1.6in (Length) (including Lens Hood)
- Weight [air] 300g / 10.6oz
- [underwater] approx. 153g / 5.4oz (including Lens Hood)
- Mount system INON SD Mount
- Depth rating 60ｍ / 196.9ft
- Body material/finishing Corrosion-resistant aluminum alloy / rigid black alumite, PC, etc.
- Lens material/coating Optical glass/both side coating,
- Optical plastic/both side hard coating, inner multi-coating
- Lens construction 4 groups 4 elements
- view angle (*1) 140.0°(underwater)