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Product Highlights Fits close-up shooting and creates macro effects For shooting flowers, insects, jewellery, water drops, garage kit......or words Adopts premium optical glass High quality aluminium alloy frame Comes with a protective filter pouch Includes 4 pieces filters of different diopters (+2, +4, +8, +10) Different thread sizes available from 40.5-77mm Package Includes +2 Close-up Macro Filter x 1 +4 Close-up Macro Filter x 1 +8 Close-up Macro Filter x 1 +10 Close-up Macro Filter x 1 Protective Filter Pouch x 1 FAQ 1.What kind of lenses are suitable for close-up filters? The close-up filter is designed based on a 50mm standard lens. The longer the focal length is, the more obvious effect will be (generally speaking, 70-200mm lenses are recommended). If you use wide-angle lenses to shoot, vignetting may be caused. 2.Can close-up filters be stacked for use? It is not recommended that close-up filters are stacked for use. It is also not recommended to mount various filters to close-up filters. 3.What is the meaning of +2, +4, +8, +10? +2, +4, +8, +10 represent different diopters of close-up filters. The larger the diopter is, the closer the focus distance is and the higher the magnification is.
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