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62-58 STEPPING RING

Web Code: 098GET019  •  Mfr Code: 6416258
62-58 STEPPING RING
Was: $16.99 CAD
Now Only $4.50 CAD
SAVE $12.49
62-58 STEPPING RING is rated 3.0 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 3 out of 5 by from Capable ND fader with some caveats "At 2 stops it's flawless. It works really well through almost it's entire range, but at the extreme high end up around 7-8 stops, it introduces black bands through the image. (Not at all uncommon, but annoying when you see it) At least I have to assume it's at around 7-8 stops, as the filter ring doesn't have markings on the bezel with stop values. Instead there's a sort of useless bar-graph. There are markings on either end for >Min< and >Max< and the banding occurs after the last bar on the scale, but before the >max< mark. Tested for and did not see any noticeable colour shifting throughout it's entire *usable* range. All in all, it's a capable Variable ND filter, and at a sale price, it's an absolute steal. But I deducted a few stars for the banding, the useless scale and the lack of hard stops to keep it from rotating past it's min and max points."
Date published: 2015-01-16
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