I was keen to get a Canon G series camera because of their handling, image quality, ease of use and features. I used a G2 about 10 years ago and loved it. I've wanted another ever since. I was especially keen to get this G6, because it also came with wide and telephoto conversion lenses.
The lenses are from Opteka, and simply screw on to the front of the adapter tube that can stay on the G6 at all times. The tube allows the use of 52mm filters or, of course, the lenses.
So what sort of difference do they make? I fitted the adapter on the G6, placed the wide conversion lens on, and took some images to find out.
First, without the wide angle, the lens on the G6 goes down to 35mm. This is what it looks like.
So what happens when you put the wide conversion lens on with the adapter...?