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Does anyone know what Inon adapter to use for the close up lens on the canon housing for the Canon G9?
I have a close up lens that I frequently used with the Oly 5060 housing. I recently purchased a Canon G9 and the canon housing, but the lens is not compatible. I know Inon makes adapters for canon camera, but I have not been able to find an adapter that states it is for the WP-DC21 housing (or WP-DC11).
Does anyone have any information on this? I used the camera last week, but many of my photos appeared blurred as I was on normal setting while I was too close to the subject.
Inon is not making one for the G7 or G9 housings because of the oval shaped lens port (as opposed to more circle shaped like in other housings). Is your lens the AD type or the 67mm threadded one? If it's the latter, then are a couple of adapters floating around like THIS one.
It is the 67mm. The site you included is from Japan. Is there one based in the US?
I honestly don't know. The only sites I've seen with them are this one, one in the Netherlands (IIRC) and THIS one in Taiwan.
I didn't see it listed on their website, but you could try contacting Reef Photo and seeing if they could get it if you really have to buy from in the US. Also try B&H, Adorama or Backscatter and look around on Amazon. You might get lucky.