Neewer® 52MM 0.45X Wide Angle High Definition Lens with Macro for NIKON D5300 D5200 D5100 D5000 D3300 D3200 D3000 D7100 D7000 DSLR Cameras
|Price:||$12.99 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
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- Works on ALL Cameras & Camcorders with 52mm size Lens Filter thread
- Professional High Definition: PHD Lens reduces glass flare & ghosting caused by reflections
- Premium Rimmed Glass: High quality rimmed glass reduces light reflection around lens edge
- Infrared Compatible: For high resolution day & night recording
- This excellent lens can be separated in two pieces: macro part and wide angle part. So you can use it both ways
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|Item Dimensions||2.68 x 3.07 x 3.07 inches|
|Item Weight||0.34 pounds|
|Maximum Focal Length||52 mm|
|Minimum Focal Length||52 mm|
|Photo Filter Thread Size||52 mm|
|Shipping Weight||0.49 pounds|
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Top Customer Reviews
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The lens adapter includes two pieces. They can be used together to give you a wider angle view on your existing lens, or you can just use the macro filter part to take pictures of stuff close up.
As far as image quality, if you're just using the macro filter without the wide-angle adapter it looks great. Not quite as good or as powerful magnification as a dedicated macro lens, but still it's very good for most purposes. If you've used a close-up filter before that's basically what this is.
When using the wide angle adapter piece the center of the frame stays sharp and the edges are pretty blurry. There is also significant barrel distortion. If your subject is on the edge of your frame or you need to keep your lines straight then you won't like this lens adapter. But if you don't have those requirements or you don't mind sacrificing some image quality to get smaller size, lighter weight, and cheaper price, then this little adapter works quite well. It's a great economical way to try out wide angle or macro and see if it's something you might want to buy a dedicated lens for.Read more ›
I received this lens attachment a few short days after ordering and it screwed onto the front of my 18 to 55mm (D60) lens without any issue. (the lens attachment is made of metal and glass -- it feels good and sturdy).
After taking several photos I noticed that when set to the widest angle possible the corners vignette and get blurred.
For some this might be a complete turn off, for others it might mean that you just found the best accessory to add to your camera bag for eight bucks. When set to just about any setting other than the widest no vignetting is noticable.
I think it's a perfect new toy for anyone willing to experiment with accessories.
If you want to see what the vignetting looks like here is a link to my official review along with numerous shots that I took with this lens.
I tested mine on a Nikon digital SLR with an 18-55mm zoom lens and on a Canon G5 compact digital camera with a 35mm to 140mm zoom lens (35mm equiv). On the Nikon, this wide-angle lens expanded the wide-angle coverage of the 18mm focal length to something wider than 14mm. On the Canon, this wide-angle lens expanded the wide-angle coverage of the 35mm focal length to slightly wider than 28mm. The macro portion of this lens was similar in performance to my +10 diopter supplemental close-up lens (also called a close-up filter by some).
After additional shots and tests, I can say without reservation--this lens produces decent quality wide-angle images and the macro portion produces decent quality close-up images. Yes, there is some darkening of the corners of the image (vignetting) and there is significant curving of straight lines (barreling) and there is some loss of detail on the edges. However, this lens is a great bargain and I will highly recommend it to future students.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a cool accessory for the money. Yes, for $12 this is not a professional photographer's tool, however I think it's a must have for a beginner or hobbyist who doesn't want to... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Justin Gulla
Good for the money, but if you can afford buy a real wide angle lensPublished 5 months ago by Cesar Lisboa
It makes everything fussy and unprintable. Save your money and get a real fisheye lens. It was disappointing.Published 5 months ago by CMarie Photography
not what i was expecting but still fun to play with and great for wide angles in tight spacesPublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer