Cavision 37 to 49mm Threaded Step-Up Ring

BH #CAAR4937D6 • MFR #AR49-37D6
Cavision 37 to 49mm Threaded Step-Up Ring
Key Features
  • Use Alone or with Select Matte Boxes
  • Adapts Lens with 37mm Filter Thread
  • For 49mm Filters
  • 6mm Depth
This Cavision 37-49mm Step-Up Ring enables the use of 49mm threaded filters on lenses with 37mm filter threads. The 6mm depth enables this ring to fill the gap between the lens and the back of select rod-mounted matte boxes, helping to keep reflections from hitting your lens. The step-up ring has a 52mm outside diameter for use with clip-on matte boxes. It features a lightweight, aluminum alloy construction with a black anodized finish.

Cavision AR49-37D6 Overview

This Cavision 37-49mm Step-Up Ring enables the use of 49mm threaded filters on lenses with 37mm filter threads. The 6mm depth enables this ring to fill the gap between the lens and the back of select rod-mounted matte boxes, helping to keep reflections from hitting your lens. The step-up ring has a 52mm outside diameter for use with clip-on matte boxes. It features a lightweight, aluminum alloy construction with a black anodized finish.

Use alone or with select matte boxes
This adapter ring features a depth of 6mm, suiting it for reflection prevention use with rod-mounted matte boxes
Lightweight, durable anodized aluminum construction

Cavision AR49-37D6 Specs

Matte Box Size52 mm
Supported Lens Diameter37 to 49 mm
Filter Size Supported49 mm
Mount TypeScrew
Ring MaterialAluminum
Dimensionsø: 2.0 x L: 0.2" / ø: 52.0 x L: 6 mm
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.01 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)3.05 x 2 x 0.5"
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question

Exactly what does this weigh?
Asked by: Anonymous
minimal. an ounce?
Answered by: Stephen C.
Date published: 2018-08-25

question

49 mm is a common thread size for Sony and mft lenses, so I think the small 37mm is also a mft and small bayonet lenses, so, I think it's good to step for this kind of lenses
Asked by: Diego B.
Is this a question or a statement?
Answered by: Jeff S.
Date published: 2018-08-25
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