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    Default Raynox 250/505

    Hi, may i know what i need to get??
    250 or 505?

    which better?
    how much ?
    where can i get it?
    can it use on any lenses??
    50mm 1.8?
    55-200mm?
    or other??

    pls help thx

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    Default Re: Raynox 250/505

    which one i can use if i want to fix it on 55-200mm or 50mm 1.8?
    250 or 505?
    how much isit?

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    Default Re: Raynox 250/505

    Quote Originally Posted by shrekguy View Post
    which one i can use if i want to fix it on 55-200mm or 50mm 1.8?
    250 or 505?
    how much isit?
    Forget about the Raynox 505.

    The Raynox 250 will fit filter size of 52mm to 67mm.

    It's $120.
    Last edited by Diavonex; 2nd April 2011 at 09:29 PM.

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    Default Re: Raynox 250/505

    Here's a Raynox 250 fitted to a 50mm prime lens.


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    Default Re: Raynox 250/505

    Quote Originally Posted by shrekguy View Post
    which one i can use if i want to fix it on 55-200mm or 50mm 1.8?
    250 or 505?
    how much isit?
    I've not tried the 505 but I'm using the 250. Between coupling the Raynox 250 to a 50 prime or a 55~200, a 55~200 would give you a bigger magnification and has a larger working distance.

    The Cons would be the magnified hand shake due to the long focal length and serious vignetting if you shoot at shorter focal length.

    Check out my earlier macro postings which I used the Raynox 250 + Tamron 18~200.

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    Default Re: Raynox 250/505

    can raynox 250 work on 35mm af-s f/1.8g lens? or is it better on 18-55 or 55-200

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