Raynox DCR-250


Bukitimah

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I did a search but couldn't find any thread on this. I just like to find out if any of you with D5000 using this converter? I know this is no replacement for the proper macro lens but for a starter to macro, how is this working out?

Care to share if you have used one or best you own one.
 

Diavonex

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I did a search but couldn't find any thread on this. I just like to find out if any of you with D5000 using this converter? I know this is no replacement for the proper macro lens but for a starter to macro, how is this working out?

Care to share if you have used one or best you own one.
http://www.raynox.co.jp/english/digital/d_slr/index.html

It's an excellent closeup lens.

 

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Bukitimah

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Diavonex , you have one? Where can I purchase this and how much?
 

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I would recommend using it with a lens of about 100mm to 135mm.
 

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I'm sharing my Raynox 250 with 3 cameras; Point and Shoot, Bridge Camera and DSLR.





 

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Diavonex

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The Universal Adapter works with filter thread of 52mm to 67mm.

 

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Bukitimah

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Hey thank you. You have been most helpful. Will check it out.
 

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Hey thank you. You have been most helpful. Will check it out.
You are most welcome Victor :)

Don't expect miracles over night. It takes time to develop the skill to shoot macro.

Happy shooting!
 

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