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About Adorama Macro Coupling Ring 52-52

Macro Coupler Rings allow you to couple two lenses front end to front end. That combination makes a great macro lens at a fraction of the cost. If you have two different diameter lenses, then the combination of a Macro Coupler and a Step-Up or Step-Down ring will do the job.

The Adorama Macro Coupling Ring 52-52 is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Enthusiast among others.One reason why the Adorama Macro Coupling Ring 52-52 is popular is because of its Lightweight

Summary of Customer Reviews

(5)
Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Lightweight (4),Easy to use (3)
Best Uses:
Macro photography (3)
Reviewer Profile:
Enthusiast (4)

Adorama Macro Coupling Ring 52-52 Reviews

Review Snapshot®

 
4.2

(based on 5 reviews)

80%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Ratings Distribution

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Can't beat the price for what it does.

I used this to reverse couple my 50mm 1.8 to my 18-55 IS. It works great and tha magnification is amazing. It did cause some significant vingetting, possably because I am also using a reducing ring to couple these two lenses. But for a real macro without spending the cash on a real macro lens this can't be beat.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Do not use in combination with filters

Like a lot of people I keep 52mm UV filters on my 52mm lenses at all times. Mine are B&W and lens caps and other filters can screw into them. Whatever you do, if you use this ring, remove your UV filters first! The very first time I used this ring, it worked fine but got itself screwed incorrectly (lodged) into one of the two filters it was screwed into, and the two were almost impossible to separate. After about an hour I was able to get them apart, at the cost of some amount of damage to th...

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Like a lot of people I keep 52mm UV filters on my 52mm lenses at all times. Mine are B&W and lens caps and other filters can screw into them. Whatever you do, if you use this ring, remove your UV filters first! The very first time I used this ring, it worked fine but got itself screwed incorrectly (lodged) into one of the two filters it was screwed into, and the two were almost impossible to separate. After about an hour I was able to get them apart, at the cost of some amount of damage to the threading of my filters and lenses and my hands, and avoid replacing the filter (which cost 5 times as much). I threw it right out and I'm getting a real macro lens, a Micro-Nikkor 105mm f/2.8.

Reviewed by 5 customers

 
5.0

It's a coupling ring ... it works

By

from Van Buren, AR  -  Photo Enthusiast

There's not much to say about a coupling ring. In this case, it's well made and it does the job.

 
4.0

Useful

By

from Central NJ  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

Works well. Just don't tighten too much, or the threads may bind and make removal difficult.

 
2.0

Do not use in combination with filters

By

from Seattle, WA  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

Like a lot of people I keep 52mm UV filters on my 52mm lenses at all times. Mine are B&W and lens caps and other filters can screw into them. Whatever you do, if you use this ring, remove your UV filters first! The very first time I used this ring, it worked fine but got itself screwed incorrectly (lodged) into one of the two filters it was screwed into, and the two were almost impossible to separate. After about an hour I was able to get them apart, at the cost of some amount of damage to the threading of my filters and lenses and my hands, and avoid replacing the filter (which cost 5 times as much). I threw it right out and I'm getting a real macro lens, a Micro-Nikkor 105mm f/2.8.

 
5.0

Does what it's supposed to do

By

from berkley ma  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

It's just a ring. DOn't pay more than you need to.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Can't beat the price for what it does.

By

from Rochester, NY  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

I used this to reverse couple my 50mm 1.8 to my 18-55 IS. It works great and tha magnification is amazing. It did cause some significant vingetting, possably because I am also using a reducing ring to couple these two lenses. But for a real macro without spending the cash on a real macro lens this can't be beat.

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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
CHUCK C  As an adapter for my reversing ring.
Elio N  what material is made of?
JEFF W  It is made of black anodized aluminum
Elio N  Thank you all for your explanations... it as very useful....
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