B+W 77mm Close-Up +2 SC NL 2 Lens

BH #BWCU277 • MFR #65-076085
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Key Features
  • Creates Macro Effect
  • Decreases Minimum Focus Distance
  • +2 Diopter Strength
  • Single Coated
The B+W 77mm Close-Up +2 SC NL 2 Lens offers the ability to achieve macro-like results with camera lenses that have 77mm front filter threads. A close-up lens is a magnifier that optically decreases the focal length of a camera lens placed behind it. This effect lessens the minimum focus distance between the camera lens and a subject. Magnification can then be obtained by decreasing the distance between the subject and the combined camera lens and close-up lens.
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B+W 65-076085 Overview

The B+W 77mm Close-Up +2 SC NL 2 Lens offers the ability to achieve macro-like results with camera lenses that have 77mm front filter threads. A close-up lens is a magnifier that optically decreases the focal length of a camera lens placed behind it. This effect lessens the minimum focus distance between the camera lens and a subject. Magnification can then be obtained by decreasing the distance between the subject and the combined camera lens and close-up lens.

The magnifying power of a close-up lens is indicated by its diopter strength. A close-up lens with a higher diopter number provides more relative magnification and can be combined with other close-up lenses to increase, or fine-tune the macro effect. This close-up lens has a diopter strength of +2. Diopter strengths of +1, +3, +4, or +5 are also available where this close-up lens type's effect becomes progressively stronger with each diopter strength number increase.

To prevent internal ghosting and reflections, each glass surface of this lens includes one layer of anti-reflection coating. B+W close-up lenses are constructed from Schott glass for increased optical clarity. This close-up lens features an F-Pro brass filter ring for durability as well as jamming prevention.

Offers macro-like results for camera lenses that have a 77mm front filter threads
Can be combined with separately available close-up lenses with +1, +3, +4, or +5 diopter strengths that allow the desired close-up effect to be varied and modified
Constructed from Schott glass for optical clarity
F-Pro brass filter ring helps to prevent jamming and provides additional strength
Plastic case included for storage and transport

B+W 65-076085 Specs

Filter TypeClose-Up
Diopter Strength+2
Circular Size77 mm Filter Thread
Front Accessory Thread / Bayonet77 mm
Filter MaterialGlass
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.235 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)3.8 x 3.7 x 0.85"
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Do you have a lens cap that will fit over this close-up lens so I can leave it on the lens?Thank You,Mark
Asked by: Anonymous
The Schneider 80mm Push-On Lens Cap, B&H # SCLC80, should be the best fit for your inquiry, but the three options listed on the link below should be of adaquate size for your needs. bhpho.to/M1HaFUI will state that as they are slip-on lens caps, I would also recommend the use of a cap keeper like the Sensei Cap Keeper Lens Cap Holder, B&H # SECKL, with the lens cap of your choice.
Answered by: Manzell L.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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what effect will this type of filter on an canon 10-22mm with an Canon Extension Tube EF 12 II on the body? which is the best +diopter to get if the effects will be compatible with these lenses?Kindest Regards, Don Mucheck
Asked by: Don M.
I can't add a link here, but if you go to the cambridgeincolor dotcom site and search for macro extension tubes & closeup lenses , you'll get a great rundown of the pros/cons of tubes and closeup lenses, as well as calculators for each to determine effective minimum focus distance (MFD) and magnification factor.
Answered by: Scott B.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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Does this diopter have dual threads so that other dipoters can be added to further decrease focus distance?
Asked by: Wesley W.
Yes, this diopter has 77mm female threads on the front to accommodate another diopter. Note that the diopter is curved, convex on the front, concave on the back. I have the B+W 1, 2, and 5 diopters. All of them appear to have the same front (convex) curvature, which sticks out in front of the threads (meaning you could not screw on a filter or even a lens cap). The +1 diopter has the most concave back, the +5 is nearly flat on the back. That means when stacking diopters, at least with these B+W diopters, you should stack them highest diopter on the lens, decreasing diopter size as you add them on the stack.Thus, you should only stack a +1 in front of this +2 diopter. You could perhaps stack another +2 on it, but I do not have another +2 to try stacking without causing the diopters' glasses to contact.
Answered by: Scott B.
Date published: 2018-08-25
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