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B+W Stepdown Ring 77mm to 67mm
|Price:||$17.95 & FREE Shipping on orders over $35. Details|
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- Manufactured from high quality aluminum
- Engraved on side for easy identification while on your lens
- 0.75 standard thread pitch for all filters in this size
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|Package Height||0.1 x 4.7 x 6.3 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.05 pounds|
Size: 77mm to 67mm
Top Customer Reviews
The product is priced not terribly far (at least by B+W standards) from cheaper step down rings. It turns out that this is simply because it's of similar quality to the cheap products! The step down ring itself is extremely light and is probably made of Aluminum. I find this completely unacceptable based on the fact that B+W touts (and somewhat justifies the high price of) their other filters based on the high quality brass ring. My issue with the Aluminum vs. Brass ring isn't based on vanity or snob appeal, but simply the fact that this ring binds nearly 100% of the time to any other B+W filter (the only kind I own) to which it is attached. For a company with a reputation of making (probably) the finest camera filter products in the world, this is completely absurd.
I've even gone so far as to attach this ring to my 67mm lenses first, then gently attach my 77mm polarizer to the front of the step down ring. When doing this, I don't even screw the polarizer's threads to the end of their travel within the step down ring. I choose to gently rotate the front element of the polarizer in the "tightening" direction without touching either the back ring of the polarizer filter or the 67mm-77mm step down ring.Read more ›
I had lubricated the threads, I was very careful to not jam or cross-thread it, I used every grippy trick I knew or could think of to get enough of friction to unscrew the cursed thing and eventually got out the tools to spin it loose. Of course that ruined it, and good riddance!
Why on earth B&W left these smooth and didn't think to machine knurling into these rings so we can all get a grip is a mystery. They really dropped the ball on these.
Maybe those specialized, padded, oil-filter removal pliers, might have gotten it off and not destroyed it in the process it, but those are big tools and who's going to carry them into the field?
Since I'm not the only one with problems removing the rings, I'll avoid them in the future.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Using to attach 77mm ND filter to Canon 100mm f/2.8L macro lens. Filter gets stuck sometimes and it takes a little bit of force and wiggle to unscrew. Otherwise quality ring.Published 15 days ago by beardsquad
Seized upon first use. Had to throw away a $100 CPL filter (and this adapter).
I leave filters and adapters fairly loose too; I did not over-tighten. Read more
Buyer beware, because this is NOT a Stepdown ring.
This item is not titled correctly (but yes it is a B+W ring). Read more
I like the thought of it and the fact it's B+W but the fact it's lightweight and aluminum kills me. I received this and that night tried it with my new 77mm B+W cpol and it bound. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Laura L. George
I purchased this step-down ring to use with a Nikon 67mm lens. It's now permanent attached to the filter. Read morePublished 11 months ago by James C.