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Raynox DCR-150 1.5x Macro Lens

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The DCR-150 Macro lens obtains the maximum macro magnification power with the camera lens set at the most telephoto zoom position. The lens is made of high index optical glass, which produce rich and razor sharp images.

Magnification 1.5x
Rear Mount Diameter 43mm (52 to 67mm with included Snap-on universal mount)
Front Mount Diameter 49mm
Construction, Elements/Groups 3E/2G
Lens Diameter 2.1" (53mm)
Length 0.7" (18mm)
Weight 1.9 oz (50g)
Raynox DCR-150 1.5x Macro Lens
  • Snap-on universal mount suitable for 52mm to 67mm filter size
  • 1 Year Warranty
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    RaynoxDCR-150 1.5x Macro Lens
     
    4.6

    (based on 25 reviews)

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    96%

    of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

    Pros

    • Easily interchangeable (21)
    • Lightweight (19)
    • Consistent output (10)
    • Fast / accurate auto-focus (9)
    • Nice bokeh (7)

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Macro photography (14)
      • Wildlife photos (3)
        • Reviewer Profile:
        • Photo enthusiast (8), Casual photographer (4), Enthusiast (4), Semi-pro photographer (3)
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      Most Liked Positive Review

       

      Exceptional if you have the right lens

      Macro photography has many paths to achieve acceptable results. Extension tubes, reversing lenses, a dedicated macro lens and or course a close-up lens like the DCR-150. One of the negative aspects of...Read complete review

      Macro photography has many paths to achieve acceptable results. Extension tubes, reversing lenses, a dedicated macro lens and or course a close-up lens like the DCR-150. One of the negative aspects of close-up lenses is that they normally come for just one size. The DCR-150 comes with an adapter that lets me use it many lens sizes and it works great (see notes below). This has enabled me to test with various lenses, an 18-55mm Kit lens, an 1.4f 50mm prime, an 2.8f 28-75mm Tamron zoom and a 70-300mm Tamron super zoom all on a Pentaz K-r camera body. Before the DCR-150 of all my lenses the 18-55mm Kit lens and the 70-300mm Tamron had the best macro performance out of the box (not real macro lenses). If I inverted the 50mm prime I could get an impressive macro resolution but this setup is less than ideal (even if the results are very good). So I tried the DCR-150 with all my lenses and the results were VERY surprising: Pentax 18-55mm 3.5-5.6 II kit lens results: Very impressive results, I would say this was close to 50% more magnification. Could focus to like 6 inches from the subject now. Pentax 1.4f 50mm prime results: I got better magnification than before but nothing to talk about, the kit lens was better. Tamron 2.8f 28-75mm results: Worst result from my testing. Not better than my Pentax 1.4f 50mm prime in magnification with the added problem of totally dark corners. The kit lens did much better. I was surprised as this is a full frame lens. Tamron 70-300mm results: The lens has a dedicated macro mode from 180-300 mm, it also has a focusing distance of 1 meter in this mode. When I put the DCR-150 on this lens I was TOTALLY blown away. I could focus as close as 18 inches and the magnification was better than ANYTHING I had used before (better than the inverted 50mm prime). Unfortunately this lens is not very sharp at 300mm but at 180mm it can be quite decent at f8 - f13. At 180mm it was still WAY better than any of my other options. In EVERY case the minimum focus distance was reduced for all my lenses (this is what a close-up lens is supposed to do). Beware of lenses that already have a VERY small focusing distance (think like an inch) as they will not play nice with this (or any) close-up lens. What about the images? In all the lenses (minus the Tamron 2.8f 28-75mm with the dark edges, hated that) the DCR-150 did not degrade the image in any way I could detect. There is some lost in brightness but this is actually common in macro photography, even for dedicated macro lenses. The Tamron 70-300mm did have some visible vignetting at 300mm. Now before you get too exited let me explain a FEW issues you need to be aware off. From f8 to f13 (where I like to shoot macros) there is VERY LITTLE depth of field at these small focusing distances. Also, the closer you are to your subject the less depth of field you will have and the harder it will be to focus. In all of my testing I had to use a tripod, manual focus and use the camera live view to get the right focus. Even then it was not always easy to focus. There was a point that the smallest movement would take the picture out of focus. In this regard if I was shooting hand held less magnification would not be a bad thing. For hand held shoots I would consider the Pentax 18-55mm 3.5-5.6 II kit lens as a better option than the Tamron 70-300mm to carry around. There is just so much you can do hand held. This is not an issue with the DCR-150 itself, you could have this same issue with a dedicated macro lens too. So I conclude that the DCR-150 is a great, inexpensive and versatile close-up lens. Just keep in mind that your experience with it can be totally different depending on what lenses you have available to you.

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      Most Liked Negative Review

       

      I returned it

      I bought this lens for casual close-up shooting, no bugs or caterpillars, just somewhat larger objects up close. I expected to get better quality from it than I was getting from the cheaper...Read complete review

      I bought this lens for casual close-up shooting, no bugs or caterpillars, just somewhat larger objects up close. I expected to get better quality from it than I was getting from the cheaper diopter lenses that I have, that come in multiple strengths, like +1, +2, +4 diopters. Such lenses tend to be subject to chromatic aberration, and I wanted to be rid of it. The Raynox delivered in this respect, and the images were as sharp as I could have asked for.

      However, the objective is less than 43mm in diameter, and it produced strong vignetting at shorter focal lengths on one lens I intended to use it with. Well, OK, one doesn't use a close-up lens at wide angles. But it produced strong vignetting at both wide and max tele of another lens, a mid-range zoom of 28-90mm EFL.

      In addition, the Raynox is fiddly because of the size of the adapter and because there's no rear lens protection for it without dismantling the thing. In short, this was not the close-up solution for me. Recommend it to a friend? Maybe, but only with the firm caveat that he/she should test it out thoroughly before the return window closes.

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      5.0

      Perfect Lens for g15 canon

      By Vds

      from Nj

      Comments about Raynox DCR-150 1.5x Macro Lens:

      lens works well on canon g15 with lens adapter. Good clean image with sharp edges. Using a 58mm to 49mm stepdown ring rather than the included adapter for mounting.

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      5.0

      It Fits Great

      By Sarge69

      from Rochester, NH

      About Me Photo Enthusiast

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Easily Interchangeable
      • Fast / accurate auto-focus
      • Lightweight
      • Strong Construction

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Indoors/Low Light
        • Macro Photography

        Comments about Raynox DCR-150 1.5x Macro Lens:

        With a bridge camera it's hard to find accessories that fit and do the job. The DCR-150 1.5x Macro Lens does that and is great.

        Fits just like a lens cap and is sturdy and I feel very safe with it on. It fits on my Nikon P510 and Sony Cyber Shot HX200V.

        Lee

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        5.0

        Loving this lens

        By Phiff1

        from Maynard, MA

        About Me Casual Photographer

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Easily Interchangeable
        • Lightweight

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Macro Photography
          • Wildlife Photos

          Comments about Raynox DCR-150 1.5x Macro Lens:

          Can't think of one bad thing to say about this lens. I am a nature enthusiast and so far have used this lens to film tiny bugs. Not a professional photographer but this thing takes great shots!

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          4.0

          Great low cost add-on

          By Subs

          from Ontario, Canada

          About Me Photo Enthusiast

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Easily Interchangeable

          Cons

          • Slow Focus

          Best Uses

          • Macro Photography

          Comments about Raynox DCR-150 1.5x Macro Lens:

          works well with the Rebel t2i

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          • No

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          5.0

          A very good value

          By JohnG

          from Escanaba, MI

          About Me Casual Photographer

          Pros

          • Easily Interchangeable
          • Good Image quality
          • Lightweight
          • Nice Bokeh

          Cons

          • Poor in Low Light

          Best Uses

          • Macro Photography

          Comments about Raynox DCR-150 1.5x Macro Lens:

          I ordered this for my advanced Canon digicams, the G12 and SX 40. Both have capacity for adding filters. The superzoom Canon SX 40 works particularly well with the Raynox DCR 150. The filter adapter is not required with this attachment on the SX 40. I did, by the way, try it on an old 35mm zoom lens, and it worked well with that lens too. Yes there will be vignetting at wide-angle focal lengths, but the telephoto focal lenths really bring out the most of this accessory. With telephoto settings (allowing really impressive magnification), vignetting is NOT an issue. Based on reviews, I'm glad I started with the more user-friendly Raynox 150 vs. the 250. Even the 150 can be touchy with focus and shallow depth of field, and I often take photos without a tripod. I'm planning to get a compact/short tripod and/or a light & short monopod to improve stability without the hassle of a large tripod. This device adds a great deal of fun for macro photography without spending a lot of money.

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          2.0

          I returned it

          By Morepix

          from Pacific Northwest

          About Me Photo Enthusiast

          Pros

          • No CA
          • Sharp

          Cons

          • Fiddly handling
          • Vignetting

          Best Uses

            Comments about Raynox DCR-150 1.5x Macro Lens:

            I bought this lens for casual close-up shooting, no bugs or caterpillars, just somewhat larger objects up close. I expected to get better quality from it than I was getting from the cheaper diopter lenses that I have, that come in multiple strengths, like +1, +2, +4 diopters. Such lenses tend to be subject to chromatic aberration, and I wanted to be rid of it. The Raynox delivered in this respect, and the images were as sharp as I could have asked for.

            However, the objective is less than 43mm in diameter, and it produced strong vignetting at shorter focal lengths on one lens I intended to use it with. Well, OK, one doesn't use a close-up lens at wide angles. But it produced strong vignetting at both wide and max tele of another lens, a mid-range zoom of 28-90mm EFL.

            In addition, the Raynox is fiddly because of the size of the adapter and because there's no rear lens protection for it without dismantling the thing. In short, this was not the close-up solution for me. Recommend it to a friend? Maybe, but only with the firm caveat that he/she should test it out thoroughly before the return window closes.

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            4.0

            Great tool for macro

            By Gold

            from Singapore

            About Me Casual Photographer

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Consistent Output
            • Easily Interchangeable
            • Lightweight
            • Nice Bokeh

            Cons

            • Hard to mount rear cap

            Best Uses

            • Macro Photography

            Comments about Raynox DCR-150 1.5x Macro Lens:

            It is a cheaper alternative to a dedicated macro lens and much smaller, easily hide away in the pocket. IQ is pretty impressive too. Only complaint is the rear cover for lens is troublesome to put on, you need to unscrew the lens from the adaptor first.

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            4.0

            Recommend this over a proper macro lens!

            By Chump

            from Canberra, Australia

            About Me Casual Photographer

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Easily Interchangeable
            • Lightweight
            • Nice Bokeh

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Macro Photography

              Comments about Raynox DCR-150 1.5x Macro Lens:

              Gives a lovely macro effect and is a great improvement even on my kit lens. If you're not a professional why not just buy this cheap add on rather than a proper exxy lens? I love that it's really easy to pop on and off my lens without having the hassle to switch lenses...!

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              5.0

              Quite Impressed!

              By Luke

              from Wooster, OH

              About Me Semi-pro Photographer

              Verified Buyer

              Pros

              • Consistent Output
              • Durable
              • Easily Interchangeable
              • Fast / accurate auto-focus
              • Lightweight
              • Nice Bokeh

              Cons

                Best Uses

                • Macro Photography

                Comments about Raynox DCR-150 1.5x Macro Lens:

                I have to say, I was quite skeptical about this little thing until I saw the results online from another photographer. After seeing that, I decided to give it a shot since it is very affordable, and I'm hooked on it now. With many "macro filters" you end up with horrific chromatic aberrations and soft photos, but this thing is razor sharp with VERY little CA! Excellent little product. My only wish is that they would make a larger one that would fit on my Zeiss 24-70.

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                5.0

                Best close up

                By Remigio

                from Geneva

                About Me Photo Enthusiast

                Verified Buyer

                Pros

                • Easily Interchangeable
                • Lightweight

                Cons

                • Slow Focus

                Best Uses

                • Macro Photography

                Comments about Raynox DCR-150 1.5x Macro Lens:

                Excellent for macro (+4.8 diopters). Usable with existents zooms.
                Fast added.
                Good quality.
                Good usage with 100mm standard zoom 25-300mm.
                Used togheter with dcr-250 (+8 diopters).

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                5.0

                works as intended on macro lens

                By no nick williams

                from austin,tx

                About Me Photo Enthusiast

                Pros

                • Consistent Output
                • Easily Interchangeable
                • Lightweight
                • Nice Bokeh

                Cons

                • Lens cap

                Best Uses

                • Macro Photography

                Comments about Raynox DCR-150 1.5x Macro Lens:

                i use the dcr-150 on my tamron 90mm macro lens. it increases the magnification of insects and flowers. it has not reduced sharpness or color as long as i am able to get the focus, exposure, and steady the camera correctly. if your attaching it to a high quality lens you will get high quality results. you will need to experiment with it to become proficient. i try to use a good tripod and diffused off-camera flash for best results for me. if you have a very steady hand, hand held will work. narrow depth-of-field, but hey it's for macro shots, so to be expected. i tried it on a 100-300mm and found it extremely challenging to get focus of moving subjects at 300mm. i would recommend it on a macro lens 100mm or less. only negative is the lens cap. it's hard to get off in a hurry. i leave it barely on to remedy that.

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                5.0

                Marvelous Add-on

                By Felipe Rozas

                from Santiago, CL

                About Me Photo Enthusiast

                Verified Buyer

                Pros

                • Easily Interchangeable
                • Lightweight
                • Nice Bokeh
                • Sharp

                Cons

                • Anoying lens cap

                Best Uses

                • Macro Photography
                • Wildlife Photos

                Comments about Raynox DCR-150 1.5x Macro Lens:

                i bought this to use it in conjunction with my new 55-300 lens, i cant believe how magnified is the image at 300mm, you can almost take portraits to insects.
                Also, the results are very very sharp and basicly i cant find any drawback using this filter atached to my lens in respect to image quality.

                Everything perfect? not really, the lens caps are really anoying and due to the little DOF is hard to focus (but i knew this from the beggining).

                Overall, excelent purchase, buy one yourself

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                5.0

                Exceptional if you have the right lens

                By aldorp

                from Pittsburgh, PA

                About Me Semi-pro Photographer

                Verified Buyer

                Pros

                • Consistent Output
                • Durable
                • Easily Interchangeable
                • Lightweight
                • Nice Bokeh

                Cons

                  Best Uses

                  • Macro Photography
                  • Wildlife Photos

                  Comments about Raynox DCR-150 1.5x Macro Lens:

                  Macro photography has many paths to achieve acceptable results. Extension tubes, reversing lenses, a dedicated macro lens and or course a close-up lens like the DCR-150. One of the negative aspects of close-up lenses is that they normally come for just one size. The DCR-150 comes with an adapter that lets me use it many lens sizes and it works great (see notes below). This has enabled me to test with various lenses, an 18-55mm Kit lens, an 1.4f 50mm prime, an 2.8f 28-75mm Tamron zoom and a 70-300mm Tamron super zoom all on a Pentaz K-r camera body. Before the DCR-150 of all my lenses the 18-55mm Kit lens and the 70-300mm Tamron had the best macro performance out of the box (not real macro lenses). If I inverted the 50mm prime I could get an impressive macro resolution but this setup is less than ideal (even if the results are very good). So I tried the DCR-150 with all my lenses and the results were VERY surprising: Pentax 18-55mm 3.5-5.6 II kit lens results: Very impressive results, I would say this was close to 50% more magnification. Could focus to like 6 inches from the subject now. Pentax 1.4f 50mm prime results: I got better magnification than before but nothing to talk about, the kit lens was better. Tamron 2.8f 28-75mm results: Worst result from my testing. Not better than my Pentax 1.4f 50mm prime in magnification with the added problem of totally dark corners. The kit lens did much better. I was surprised as this is a full frame lens. Tamron 70-300mm results: The lens has a dedicated macro mode from 180-300 mm, it also has a focusing distance of 1 meter in this mode. When I put the DCR-150 on this lens I was TOTALLY blown away. I could focus as close as 18 inches and the magnification was better than ANYTHING I had used before (better than the inverted 50mm prime). Unfortunately this lens is not very sharp at 300mm but at 180mm it can be quite decent at f8 - f13. At 180mm it was still WAY better than any of my other options. In EVERY case the minimum focus distance was reduced for all my lenses (this is what a close-up lens is supposed to do). Beware of lenses that already have a VERY small focusing distance (think like an inch) as they will not play nice with this (or any) close-up lens. What about the images? In all the lenses (minus the Tamron 2.8f 28-75mm with the dark edges, hated that) the DCR-150 did not degrade the image in any way I could detect. There is some lost in brightness but this is actually common in macro photography, even for dedicated macro lenses. The Tamron 70-300mm did have some visible vignetting at 300mm. Now before you get too exited let me explain a FEW issues you need to be aware off. From f8 to f13 (where I like to shoot macros) there is VERY LITTLE depth of field at these small focusing distances. Also, the closer you are to your subject the less depth of field you will have and the harder it will be to focus. In all of my testing I had to use a tripod, manual focus and use the camera live view to get the right focus. Even then it was not always easy to focus. There was a point that the smallest movement would take the picture out of focus. In this regard if I was shooting hand held less magnification would not be a bad thing. For hand held shoots I would consider the Pentax 18-55mm 3.5-5.6 II kit lens as a better option than the Tamron 70-300mm to carry around. There is just so much you can do hand held. This is not an issue with the DCR-150 itself, you could have this same issue with a dedicated macro lens too. So I conclude that the DCR-150 is a great, inexpensive and versatile close-up lens. Just keep in mind that your experience with it can be totally different depending on what lenses you have available to you.

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                  4.0

                  Great for macro enhancement

                  By cookie

                  from Manzanita, OR

                  About Me Semi-pro Photographer

                  Verified Buyer

                  Pros

                  • Consistent Output
                  • Easily Interchangeable
                  • Lightweight

                  Cons

                    Best Uses

                    • Macro Photography

                    Comments about Raynox DCR-150 1.5x Macro Lens:

                    This Raynox macro conversion lens works great w/ my 105mm macro lens. It is lightweight, easy to connect & so far I have seen no vignetting.

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                    • No

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                    4.0

                    Good for casual macro shots

                    By PS

                    from Sammamish, WA

                    Verified Buyer

                    Pros

                    • Convenient

                    Cons

                    • Apator may fall off
                    • Odd case

                    Best Uses

                    • Macro Photography

                    Comments about Raynox DCR-150 1.5x Macro Lens:

                    Used on a 18-55mm, and 55-300mm zoom. Good results with the short zoom at 55mm, much higher magnification with ~200mm but harder to foucs (you typically need to move the whole camera). Very good results - however DOF gets worse as you get closer.Lens holder works ok - but looks like it can fall off easily when you hit it even slightly (may consider 2 sets of stepdown adaptors as an alternative). [...] The lens cap is annoying: Very hard to get it off the lens if attached to the adaptor. Overall a good compromise to take a long for the occasional macro shot, good results (not as good a real macro however).

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                    5.0

                    Excellent Quality

                    By R.Cao

                    from Indiana

                    About Me Photo Enthusiast

                    Verified Buyer

                    Pros

                    • Easily Interchangeable
                    • Lightweight

                    Cons

                      Best Uses

                      • Macro Photography

                      Comments about Raynox DCR-150 1.5x Macro Lens:

                      Very sharp optics. Easy to use. Good magnification. Can get even closer when you attach it on a lens then reverse mount the whole thing, see the result: [@]

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                      4.0

                      Great value

                      By daft scientist

                      from Providence, RI

                      About Me Photo Enthusiast

                      Verified Buyer

                      Pros

                      • Consistent Output
                      • Easily Interchangeable
                      • Lightweight
                      • Sharp Focus

                      Cons

                      • Short working distance

                      Best Uses

                      • Macro slow moving

                      Comments about Raynox DCR-150 1.5x Macro Lens:

                      Used with 4/3 mount 40-150mm lens. Gives major magnification; easy-to-carry; easy to snap on.
                      But working distance greatly reduced, and needs some practice to consistently achieve focus. This can be tricky for fast-moving insects.

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                      5.0

                      Great for the price, but...

                      By Varanus

                      from San Jose, CA

                      About Me Hobbyist/Enthusiast

                      Verified Buyer

                      Pros

                      • Consistent Output
                      • Durable
                      • Easily Interchangeable
                      • Lightweight

                      Cons

                        Best Uses

                        • Insects

                        Comments about Raynox DCR-150 1.5x Macro Lens:

                        I was borrowing a Minolta DSLR until I could afford getting my own system by the big two. I wanted something that would allow me to take macro photos of my tarantula collection (some as small as an eraser on a standard #2 pencil), but I didn't want to buy an extender or new lens because I knew I wasn't going to stick with Minolta/Sony and the money would ultimately be wasted.

                        I heard good things about this macro lens and thought I'd give it a shot until I could buy my own DSLR.

                        The photos are quite clear (the limiting factor for me is definitely the optical quality of the kit lens I'm using the product with). I shared the photo with friends that had seen my previous attempts and the response I got was "wow, nice lens!" The MAJOR drawback to this lens is depth of field. The depth of field is EXTREMELY shallow and the blur that it you get from it is nothing near as nice as the bokeh you would expect from a nice macro lens (it's kinda neat, but at the same time really messes with your eyes and can be annoying.)

                        Nothing will truly give you the quality of a good macro lens, but at 1/10-1/25th the cost, this piece will hold you over. I would recommend this to someone who wants to dip their toes into macro photography without investing much up front. I would NOT recommend this to someone that needs to take professional grade photos (but if you were, you probably wouldn't be reading these reviews anyway).

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                        5.0

                        Value Macro Lens adapter

                        By PhotoDoc

                        from Sarasota, FL

                        About Me Professional

                        Verified Buyer

                        Pros

                        • Consistent Output
                        • Durable
                        • Lightweight
                        • Sharp Focus

                        Cons

                          Best Uses

                            Comments about Raynox DCR-150 1.5x Macro Lens:

                            This is a very sharp, 3 element positive diopter lens, that enables close focusing. It is remarkably sharp and well corrected, and a GREAT value!

                            It might be wise to obtain step or down rings to snugly fit your lens.

                            Since the diameter is 43mm, do NOT attempt to use on a lens of larger diameter.

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                            5.0

                            Works on Canon PowerShot SX10IS

                            By Andy GuRu

                            from Olympic Peninsula, Washington THE State

                            About Me Hobbyist/Enthusiast

                            Verified Buyer

                            Pros

                            • Easily Interchangeable
                            • Sharp Focus

                            Cons

                              Best Uses

                              • Close-up photography

                              Comments about Raynox DCR-150 1.5x Macro Lens:

                              Adapter fits where lens cap would clip in. The lens on this model PowerShot does NOT have a screw thread, so the Raynox clip-in adapter is the only way to use additional filters or close-up lenses. Vignettes at wide-angle settings and precludes use of bayonet hood.

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