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I love using this lens for Macro. In fact that is what I end up doing with it about most of the time as I rarely use it as the wide angle lens. After using it way more I found the the edges are always blurry with the wide angel lens. You can crop off the blurry parts. So just be sure to not center peopl/items all way t… see more I love using this lens for Macro. In fact that is what I end up doing with it about most of the time as I rarely use it as the wide angle lens. After using it way more I found the the edges are always blurry with the wide angel lens. You can crop off the blurry parts. So just be sure to not center peopl/items all way to edge. As for macro pics. Love it to do so! Only downfall it has a narrow depth of field. But for the price can't beat it. I do have a set of 4 lens I like better. But this lens is not bad, and I do still use it want medium magnification. I say medium because when you extend the lens all the way out with this lens say on a kit lens to .55 you get some vignetting. Works best on mid range on lens. But for the money well worth it. Becuase if you are like me macro lens are out of the league at the time. Magnification is .45. Hope this helps. Let me know if I can help with anything else. see less
By Regina R. on August 21, 2013
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Don't know. I returned mine because the quality was not worth having me keep it. I would stay away from this, but you can check the filter ring sizes to see if it fits your lens if you still want to get it. Hope that helps.
By wkong on October 8, 2013
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sorry it does not have the thread size on it. what i can tell you is that it fits on all my lenses that fit my Canon Rebel T3, so i would guess that any lenses that fits a Canon would be good for this lens.
By michael sullivan on March 12, 2014
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The short answer is that you should read previous reviews. You then learn this adapter does widen the field of view, but at the expense of severe vignetting. To compensate, you need to either crop the image, or zoom in until the edges clear. That amount of zoom exactly covers the amount this adapter increases the fiel… see more The short answer is that you should read previous reviews. You then learn this adapter does widen the field of view, but at the expense of severe vignetting. To compensate, you need to either crop the image, or zoom in until the edges clear. That amount of zoom exactly covers the amount this adapter increases the field of view. Do not waste your money. Unless vignetting is the goal you are after. see less
By Evzone on March 23, 2014
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This fits 58mm sized Canon camera lenses and uses 62mm filters. You need to check the front of your camera lens. There is an imprint that tells you what mm it is.
By Amazon Customer on June 3, 2014
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If the lens size matches it should screw onto the front of the lens like a filter. I don't recommend this product. My images came out blurry.
By wkong on July 16, 2013
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I am not sure, just know it works on my 18-55 mm lens for my Rebel t2i. It just screws on the end of the lens. I really like it.
By Texas Mom on May 3, 2014
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It will work on all cameras as long as the lens is a 58mm. I really love my adapter, works great.
By Amazon Customer on January 16, 2016
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It screws on the front of your existing camera lens. I dont think this will work well with full-frame cameras such as the canon mark ii, being they are more wide angle, you will see the inside edges of these adapter lenses.
By Victor on September 25, 2015