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52-62 STEPPING RING

Web Code: 098GET009  •  Mfr Code: 6405262
52-62 STEPPING RING
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52-62 STEPPING RING is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
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Product Highlights
  • Ultra-thin step-up and step-down rings change size of front of camera threads.
  • One size accessory can be used on different size lenses.
  • The first size shown in the description screws into your lens - the following size is now your new accessory size.
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  • Ultra-thin step-up and step-down rings change size of front of camera threads.
  • One size accessory can be used on different size lenses.
  • The first size shown in the description screws into your lens - the following size is now your new accessory size.
  • When using step-down rings on wide-angle lenses, it is not advised to use much smaller accessories than the lens being used because of possibility of vignetting.
 
 
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Expensive but worth it . "After purchasing the D7100 2 years ago I fell in love with photography. Admittedly not knowing anything about photography but having a deep affection for birds and wildlife, I decided that the D7100 was the camera for me. I've enjoyed the journey so far. I recently watched and read many reviews of the D810. I kept hearing that full frame is the only way too go. So, I made the leap. Although I'm still very inexperienced I must say this camera has been an absolute dream to work with. The quality of images when paired with the 80-400 VRII and Sigma 35mm 1.4 have been nothing shy of spectacular. I can only imagine how amazing the photos will be when I actually figure out what I'm doing. I just wish I'd started sooner. "
Date published: 2015-01-09
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