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I was always dead set against buying add ons for lenses I.E. extenders for the front or rear. I love shooting macro and was saving and holding out to buy a Canon 100mm Macro lens until I started seeing photos of insects. I asked the woman what lens she was using and she told me it was the Raynox DCR-250 snap on lens. Of course being skeptical, I started researching this lens and found that Henry's actually had a video with the company on You Tube. I watched it and then watched a few other videos. I was in awe of what this lens can produce. My first thought was it will degrade photo quality. I was wrong! It is fantastic! It fits filter thread sizes from 52mm to 67mm. So it fits every lens I have with the exception of an older 50mm 1.8 49mm filter lens. This is an extremely cheap way to get into macro photography without the need of an actual dedicated macro lens. The best part of this is , you can use it with any standard zoom, prime or telephoto lens and you still have control over auto focus aperture and ISO. Front filter is also a 49mm thread of which I put on a UV filter and Canon center pinch lens cap. The mount is plastic and it is a push in sprung design to fit into your lenses filter thread. Try one out or buy it you won't be disappointed!
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