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The .20x is wider than the .35x. For example on nikon crop-frame cameras like the D60 or the D5100, if you use the .20x on the kit lens and fully zoom out to 18mm, the image becomes a circle, very distorted (I like the effect) and the rest of the image is black.
With the .35x you probably won't be able to do that. The … see more
The .20x is wider than the .35x. For example on nikon crop-frame cameras like the D60 or the D5100, if you use the .20x on the kit lens and fully zoom out to 18mm, the image becomes a circle, very distorted (I like the effect) and the rest of the image is black.
With the .35x you probably won't be able to do that. The circle will be larger than the height of the picture, so there will be black areas only on the left and right.
To be honest, when I first used the lens and saw the circular distorted result, the first thing that came to mind was videos with skaters :D
Of course if you zoom in, you will have an image on the full rectangle, with any of the two lenses.
Technically, the .20x turns the 18mm to a 3.6mm. The .35x will turn it into a 6.3mm. see less

By Thanos Bikos on 25 April 2014
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It should do, it use the Len as a conector
By Neil on 03 December 2015
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yes, I believe it should fit.
By Only One Ade on 19 October 2014
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Yes - I have an 1100D and it fits tht
By Howard W on 19 June 2017
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This is compatible for a 58 diameter lens.it's not good for hrdI images, for that you want to have a good sharp lens and a chrome sphere,not a fisheye, or your result will be poor.... 3D generalist at Method Studios
By Alessandro on 10 July 2014
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You need to check the thread diameter of your 18-55mm lens at the front end - this is its filter size.
This diameter is normally printed on the lens barrel and must match the thread size specified for the Opteka attachment you are considering.
However, I do not think this type of wide angle attachment is suitable for a… see more
You need to check the thread diameter of your 18-55mm lens at the front end - this is its filter size.
This diameter is normally printed on the lens barrel and must match the thread size specified for the Opteka attachment you are considering.
However, I do not think this type of wide angle attachment is suitable for a zoom lens.I think a prime lens - usually a 50mm - is recommended.
Check carefully before purchase.
Furthermore, having tried this attachment myself I was most disappointed with the quality of images produced - obviously this is subjective.
But I returned mine for a full refund.
If you are keen on trying ultra wide angle then acquiring a proper fisheye lens is the best option - these are considerably more expensive, but the results are great.
Most proper photographic shops hire out a full range of lenses - so you might try that route initially to see if you like the results, before buying. see less

By PWH on 21 September 2015
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further to my answer the adapter size is on your camera lens, this is the Diameter of the adapter you will need
By David on 15 March 2016