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About Hoya

Available in +1, +2, and +4 diopters for close-up photography. Close-up lenses are high-quality optical magnifying lenses which shorten the close-focusing distance of the lens. It allows the lens to go closer to the subject than before and to achieve a larger image scale.
Use lenses individually or in combination for maximum effect
Depth-of-field is shallow so use as small an aperture as possible,

Hoya Features

  • Diopters can be "stacked" for extreme magnification.

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

How to get close, inexpensively

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from West Chazy, NY  -  Photo Enthusiast

I use this to take closeups of flowers for a book in preparation. It is inexpensive and works perfectly. It also protects my lens. A very minor drawback is that it takes a minute to engage the screw mount.

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Rudy F  I have a Nikon 55-200mm lens that i want to make into a micro (especially at the 105mm setting). I have a 60mm micro but sometimes i want to be further away from my subject but also get a great close up. Will these close-up filters do the job for me?
WILLIAM C  That depends. Some do not recommend using zooms as micros because they are softer, focusing can be finicky, depth of field can be frustrating to nail and the less expensive lenses are slower. You may not be able to acheive faster than f 5.6. I would recommend that you explore your options, including a prime.
Rudy F  I have a Nikon 55-200mm lens that i want to make into a micro (especially at the 105mm setting). I have a 60mm micro but sometimes i want to be further away from my subject but also get a great close up. Will these close-up filters do the job for me?
WILLIAM C  That depends. Some do not recommend using zooms as micros because they are softer, focusing can be finicky, depth of field can be frustrating to nail and the less expensive lenses are slower. You may not be able to acheive faster than f 5.6. I would recommend that you explore your options, including a prime.
Rudy F  I have a Nikon 55-200mm lens that i want to make into a micro (especially at the 105mm setting). I have a 60mm micro but sometimes i want to be further away from my subject but also get a great close up. Will these close-up filters do the job for me?
WILLIAM C  That depends. Some do not recommend using zooms as micros because they are softer, focusing can be finicky, depth of field can be frustrating to nail and the less expensive lenses are slower. You may not be able to acheive faster than f 5.6. I would recommend that you explore your options, including a prime.
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