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so basically i am using an opteka 52 on my vx2000 and like i originally ordered a 58 mm fish but they sent me a 52 instead with a 58-52 mm step down ring. Basically is my vig to big on my fish eye ? Im using a 58-52 step down ring along with a 52 mm spacer attached to it. I know i could zoom in and I normally crop my videos in the editing software but do you all think i will be good just by using the 58 - 52 mm step down ring instead of attaching a spacer to it? the view finder on my vx seems to zoom it in a bit and when i take it to capture to my comp it looks completely different for some reason.

 

any feed back is greatly appreciated.

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a smaller space between the fisheye and camera will definitely give you less vig. the reason the camera crops it out is for safe margins. old 4:3 tv's did this too. definitely don't use the camera's zoom to zoom in though or the vignetting will get blurry. also i watched your recent montage. try turning the microphone level down by a notch or two.

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It looks good,a lot better then a 58mm with a spacer would look.

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