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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,

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Hoya Features

  • Diopters can be "stacked" for extreme magnification.

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Reviewed by 3 customers


Excellent Product!


from San Francisco  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

Perfect fit for my camara!

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


Performs as expected


from Colorado  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

These are a cheap way to achieve macro magnification by decreasing the minimum focusing distance of your lens. Keep in mind that they will, like macro lenses, make your DoF VERY thin and can be frustrating to use. I also encountered a minor problem with humidity/condensation buildup between the lens and filter one somewhat humid day, but it was easy enough to work around.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


Close up filter


from Mississippi  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

Works great and opens up a whole new world to explore.


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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
LYNN L  cheaper than getting a macro lens
Jim D  Do you a have a screw in filter for 72mm of +10?
HIEN D  Yes I do it is satisfy me more than Tiffen that i also bought at ADR now I put them aside
Jim D  Hien; Maybe I asked the question in the wrong way. Let me try again. I asked if you had a +10 screw in filter in 72mm. I have a set of +1, +2, and +4 in 72mm. I'm looking for a single +10 screw in filter in 72 mm. By the way, if you use the +4, +2 and +1 together, all 3 filters, it causing cropping of the photo. My camera is a Nikon D5100 with an 18-200mm lens and what I'm looking for is a single filter that will allow me to focus down to 2 to 3 ", similar to the macro setting on a Nikkor lens. Thanks, Jim DiFazio
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