ProOptic Step-Up Adapter Ring 67mm Lens to 77mm Filter Size

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Allows you to use larger size filters on lenses with a smaller diameter thread. The first number is the size that screws into the lense, the second number is the filter size.

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Reviewed by 4 customers


well worth the money


from Burt, Michigan  -  Photo Enthusiast

Saves me from buying extra filters for other lens


Economical adapter


from Roseville, CA  -  Photo Enthusiast

Good value adapter. As I only bought 77mm filters for my pro lens. It is made of aluminum, not brass as those more expensive ones. It does not come with a case, so I use the other filter case for it. No issue on fitting at all.


well made


from cape may nj  -  Pro Photographer

i use this to hold a matte box/filter holder off of my rb67 pro/ is the best value for an adapter of good quality.


Good Step up ring


from pa  -  Photo Enthusiast

I use this step up ring for my 18mm-105mm Nikkon lens. It allows me to directly attach 77mm filters. The action is fairly smooth but the powder coating sounded a little crunchy initially.But the machining is nice. It is aluminum, so take care not to over tighten the filter to the ring and ring to the lens. It would be easy to strip or damage the components if you are not mindful. I suspect those who are negative on this product don't know how to care for equipment properly.


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Albert A  I have filters for a 67mm lens. I bought a new lens which is 77mm. Do I need a step up adapter or a step down?
DAVID M  Albert A: Mechanically a step down filter ring will work---but photographically it would be a mistake! You'll be shooting through a hole!. You can use larger filters on a smaller lens---but not the other way around. Buy 77 mm filters! David
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