Century Optics Lee WA 77mm Adaptor Ring For The 4" FILTER HOLDER For Dslr Cameras

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About Century Optics /Lee WA 77mm

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Century Optics /Lee WA 77mm Reviews

Reviewed by 4 customers


As described . . .


from Houston  -  Pro Photographer

The best description - product as described and delivered when promised.


Well-made product


from Minneapolis, MN  -  Semi-pro Photographer

Like others, mine came with LEE packaging. It works well and does the job it was made for. It's very expensive for what you get, but with the LEE filter system, I don't see what choice we have.


Fits perfectly to my lee holder system


from Chennai  -  Semi-pro Photographer

This is actually from lee filters. Cnetury optics is a subsidary of lee filters and it fits perfectly


Exactly what you'd expect


from Montreal, QC, CA  -  Semi-pro Photographer

Haven't got a wider focal length than 17 mm on DX, but still had vignetting issues with circular rotation polarizer + lee 77 adapter ring. Now I don't.


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Shopper  I have read on forums that this product comes under LEE packaging. Is this true? Is this also manufactured / marketed by LEE?
TENGKU S  Yes, at least it was for me. I think it is manufactured by Lee.
Zechariah J  can this be used as a step down for 67 mm lenses.?
CHUCK K  Since there are no female threads on the the adaptor (only 77mm male threads) it cannot be used as a step down ring. It also means you can't use a standard Canon lens cap. Adding enough metal to include female threads either ruined the wide angle capabilities (introducing vignetting) or it was a [blunder] in my opinion.
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