Olympus FCON-T01 Fisheye Converter Lens for TG-1, TG-2 & TG-3 iHS Cameras with CLA-T01 Adapter Ring (IOMCLAT01)


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About Olympus FCON-T01

• The Olympus FCON-T01 Fisheye Converter Lens is dedicated for use with the Tough TG-1, 2 & 3 iHS digital cameras and allows wide-angle and panorama shooting without sacrificing the brightness of the f/2.0 lens.

• Be creative with its 19 mm focal length (35 mm equivalent) and 130-degree angle of view. Even in dark underwater scenes, you can shoot wider, more dynamic images. The CLA-T01 Adapter is sold separately and is required to use the FCON-T01 Fisheye Converter Lens.

The Olympus CLA-T01 Conversion Lens Adaptor has been specifically designed for the Tough TG-X iHS digital cameras. With a screw diameter of 45 mm, the adapter enables the easy attachment of the FCON-T01 fisheye converter lens or the TCON-T01 teleconverter lens for expanding your photographic horizons. Its mount also accommodates any 45 mm or 40.5 mm filter to further allow your creativity to flow.

Olympus FCON-T01 Features

  • Dedicated for use with the Olympus Tough TG-1, TG-2 and TG-3 iHS digital cameras
  • Wide angle and panorama converter lens
  • Dustproof and waterproof up to 40 ft (12 m)

Olympus FCON-T01 Specifications

Compatible Camera
Olympus Tough TG-1, TG-2 iHS, TG-3. CLA-T01 conversion lens adapter is required.
Maximum Magnification
Lens Configuration
3 lenses/3 groups
Angle of View
Focal Length
19 mm (35 mm format)
Focusing Range
Closest Focusing Distance: 0.06 m (2.36 inches)
Mount Diameter
40.5 mm /1.59"
Dimensions (D x L)
65 mm x 27.2 mm / 2.56" x 1.07"
125 g / 4.41 oz

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Mana O  Can you use this with the pt-053 underwater housing for Tough tg-1/tg-2 to use it for diving? Or is it to be used with the camera only at shallower depths?
Heather T  I have no idea. If you are asking about the lens, specifically, I'd check with the manufacturer to ensure the lens is waterproof. The camera is waterproof and therefore won't be an issue. Good luck!
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