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Sensei 77-58mm Step-Down Ring

B&H # SESDR7758 MFR # SDR-7758
Sensei 77-58mm Step-Down Ring

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Product Highlights

  • Use 58mm Filters on 77mm Lens
  • Metal Construction
  • Black Anodized Finish

You Pay: $6.95

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The Sensei 77-58mm Step-Down Ring is a step-down ring permitting the use of 58mm threaded filters on a 77mm threaded lens. This black anodized metal ring provides a durable solution for using one size of filters with various sized lenses.

Size 77-58 mm
Material Aluminum alloy

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Sensei77-58mm Step-Down Ring
 
4.8

(based on 4 reviews)

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      5.0

      Does exactly what it says it would do.

      By Andy Zou

      from New York, NY

      About Me Semi-pro Photographer

      Verified Buyer

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            Comments about Sensei 77-58mm Step-Down Ring:

            Used it to use some eclectic adapters on larger lenses. Fits like a charm, is a piece of metal.

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            5.0

            Great purchase. Slight Vignette at 14mm

            By E11World

            from Vancouver, BC

            About Me Semi-pro Photographer

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Compact
            • Easy to Use

            Cons

            • Slight Vignette

            Best Uses

            • All

            Comments about Sensei 77-58mm Step-Down Ring:

            This product is amazing. I was looking into buying ND filters for my 11-16 Tokina but with this, I don't have to :)

            I get vignetting at about 14.5mm on my 11-16 so it's not a big deal at all since I can still use it at a wide angle (x1.6 crop factor ends up at 23 or 24mm)

            Feels solid and seems like it will last a long time.

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            5.0

            Works Perfectly

            By Hayden

            from Tulsa, OK

            About Me Photography Student

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            Pros

            • Durable
            • Easy to Use

            Cons

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              • Video

              Comments about Sensei 77-58mm Step-Down Ring:

              Made for use on a 77mm lens on a 58mm filter, I sued this for my Rokinon Cine Lens T1.5 on my CineMorph filter. It works perfectly and looks great!

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              4.0

              77-58mm Step-Down Ring

              By Wes

              from Ferndale, WA

              About Me Tech Savvy

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              • Easy To Use

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                  Comments about Sensei 77-58mm Step-Down Ring:

                  Simple ring does it's job. Properly machined: threads fit, it will tighten up and hold, and -so far, I've used it only one day - does not jam onto the lens.

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