Raynox DCR-250 Comments Please


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ymmij

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Hi guys, I came across this lens and it is sold in Mass Sales for $130. I have read the various articles linking to this lens but I am still confused.

Is this a lens by itself whereby we could easily connect to a DSLR (Nikon) camera? Or it works like a filter attaching to a normal lens?

Has anyone used this lens before and would like to comments please? Comparing this cheap lens to those normal macro lens, what kind of differences do we expect?

Thanks.
 

ExplorerZ

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Hi guys, I came across this lens and it is sold in Mass Sales for $130. I have read the various articles linking to this lens but I am still confused.

Is this a lens by itself whereby we could easily connect to a DSLR (Nikon) camera? Or it works like a filter attaching to a normal lens?

Has anyone used this lens before and would like to comments please? Comparing this cheap lens to those normal macro lens, what kind of differences do we expect?

Thanks.
its a filter... quality wise, no complaint by most.
 

blueskye168

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Hi guys, I came across this lens and it is sold in Mass Sales for $130. I have read the various articles linking to this lens but I am still confused.

Is this a lens by itself whereby we could easily connect to a DSLR (Nikon) camera? Or it works like a filter attaching to a normal lens?

Has anyone used this lens before and would like to comments please? Comparing this cheap lens to those normal macro lens, what kind of differences do we expect?

Thanks.
Image wise is simply:thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup: sharp sharp(to me);) :cool:
 

jim_mcgill

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Hi All,

Just to clarify.........Raynox DCR-250 is a LENS with 2-group/3-element optical glass design, it is NOT a filter, which is commonly understood to be a single piece of glass. However both do attach to the front lens of your digital camera or DSLR lens.

If you're keen to find out more about Raynox Macro Lenses, please refer to our link below:
http://www.mcgill.com.sg/McGill Macro FAQs.html

Cheers,
Jim, McGill.
 

leyo04

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Hi guys, I came across this lens and it is sold in Mass Sales for $130. I have read the various articles linking to this lens but I am still confused.

Is this a lens by itself whereby we could easily connect to a DSLR (Nikon) camera? Or it works like a filter attaching to a normal lens?

Has anyone used this lens before and would like to comments please? Comparing this cheap lens to those normal macro lens, what kind of differences do we expect?

Thanks.
Used it with my S3 IS and it works great. Recently got D70s and tried it with 50mm f1.8 prime and got decent result.

It's a good buy.
 

ymmij

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seems like all good comments. well i am buying a piece tomorrow... thanks for the feedback.
 

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