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Fotodiox 7 Step Up Ring Filter Adapter Set, Anodized Aluminum, 49-52mm, 52-55mm, 55-58mm, 58-62mm, 62-67mm, 67-72mm, 72-77mm
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- Precision made from premium-grade aluminum
- Anodized matte finish to compliment your camera
- Rings included are: 49-52mm, 52-55mm, 55-58mm, 58-62mm, 62-67mm, 67-72mm, and 72-77mm.
- Includes a 24 month manufacturer warranty
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|Item Dimensions||1 x 1 x 1 inches|
|Item Display Weight||20 grams|
|Shipping Weight||0.02 pounds|
Fotodiox step-up rings are made of premium grade aluminum with precision. Every ring is inspected to ensure smooth mounting. Every ring is polished and finished with anodized matte surface for professional appearance. This step up adapter ring set allows a filter/attachment with larger thread size to be used with a lens with smaller thread size.
49mm-52mm Step-up ring
52mm-55mm Step-up ring
55mm-58mm Step-up ring
58mm-62mm Step-up ring
62mm-67mm Step-up ring
67mm-72mm Step-up ring
72mm-77mm Step-up ring
Top Customer Reviews
I purchased a pretty expensive variable neutral density filter for size 77mm lenses but also want to use it on my 50mm and 60mm lenses, with this kit I'm able to do just that and no need to purchase another pricey filter to use on my smaller lenses. I use these to step-up from 58 to 77 and 62 to 77, with a few rings but it works!
only issue with stacking so many rings is at the time of taking them off lol most come off together except the one actually on the lens. that one I take off after, it's not like it gets stuck or its impossible to take off just seems to have a better grip on the lens than amongst the rings. very minor issue inherent of the amount of rings stacked and do not see it as a flaw or defect on this set.
I'm very happy with the performance, quality and look of this set.
I've heard about step-up rings before but avoided them because they were always kind of pricey - you need one for each size lens. Fortunately this set packs everything from 49 - 77mm, so you can make it just the size you need it (stacking the rings together) and at such a cheap price. Build quality is good, but stacked together it does become kind of bulky (so if space is at a minimum in your bag, these might be a bit much. Fortunately you can always just bring whatever sizes you need - it'll still be less than if you were to bring filters for each lens!
If you buy these, buy the largest size filter you need - usually 77mm - then just use the step up rings to make it the size you need it. Using this method I was able to bring just 1 polarizer and use it on a 18-55 lens, a 70-200, and a variety of primes (30, 50, 85), all of which use different filter sizes. Wish I had bought this earlier!
For those of us who can only agree with the first two sentences- these rings may allow allow you to handle the third. With this set of step up rings just save for the largest & best filter that you can afford, then by using these, that one filter can be adapted to fit all your lenses. I currently own six lenses ranging (in filter size) from 77mm to 58mm. These let me own fewer specialty filters, but when I need one I get the best 77mm size & now it fits all of my lenses.
I own several other Fotodiox accessory type items and in addition to being fairly priced, they're well made. This is a very nice set of quality rings from them. They attach smoothly & seem to be precision-made with very good material, not to mention a very good price,
I read in other reviews about a fine black powder coming off them, but I haven't seen that at all, despite checking carefully for it. I'm not sure what they're made of, but naturally I'd be careful about cross-threading them - I could see them crumbling slightly in that situation.
It's hard to say how tough they are, since I'm not going to deliberately push them to their limits. I will say that I used them to step up from 52mm to 77mm and then attached a rather heavy +10 diopter filter - so heavy that I hold the filter rather than my lens, out of concern for the lens - and the rings don't flex at all, or show any other problems.
With that in mind, I ordered the Fotodiox rings, and they arrived the next day. Since I was leaving for a 2 week vacation, I threw them in my bag before giving them a try in a more controlled environment. I primarily used the 72mm - 77mm ring, which allowed my Nikon 18-200mm f/3.5-5.6 G ED-IF AF-S VR DX Zoom-Nikkor Lens to use the 77mm grad ND filter (a boon with the ever-present Norwegian sun). This combination worked without any issues, but the step-up ring seemed more inclined to want to cross threads than I'm used to. This seemed to not happen as much in subsequent installation. Some vignetting was seen, and when I added the polarizer in a stack, the corners were black until 35mm. This isn't entirely due to the step-up ring, as both filters are somewhat thick, but there definitely are thinner step up rings (for a higher cost). Going from 67mm-72mm-77mm worked, as my 67mm lens is a full frame tele lens (Nikon 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6G ED IF AF-S VR Zoom Nikkor Lens for Nikon Digital SLR Cameras), and I can imagine the somewhat thick nature of these step up rings causing an issue on DX wide angle lenses.
All told, I'm glad I bought these rings, but if you're looking for the absolute best solution (especially for wide angle lenses), look elsewhere.