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Lensbaby 46mm Macro Filter Kit

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Lensbaby 46mm Macro Filter Kit
Key Features
  • Decreases Minimum Focusing Distance
  • Includes +1, +2, and +4 Strengths
  • Enables Shorter Working Distance
  • Combine Filters for Increased Effect
A simple and convenient method for shortening your minimum focusing distance and minimum working distance, this Macro Filter Kit from Lensbaby fits lenses with 46mm filter threads, and enables you to photograph close-up subjects more effectively. This kit is comprised of +1, +2, and +4 dioptric strength lenses, and each of the lenses can be used to vary the degree of how much the minimum focusing distance of the lens is reduced. Additionally, front 46mm filter threads also allow the close-up lenses to be combined for even greater magnifications.
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Lensbaby LBMFK Overview

A simple and convenient method for shortening your minimum focusing distance and minimum working distance, this Macro Filter Kit from Lensbaby fits lenses with 46mm filter threads, and enables you to photograph close-up subjects more effectively. This kit is comprised of +1, +2, and +4 dioptric strength lenses, and each of the lenses can be used to vary the degree of how much the minimum focusing distance of the lens is reduced. Additionally, front 46mm filter threads also allow the close-up lenses to be combined for even greater magnifications.

Kit includes +1, +2, and +4 dioptric strength lenses.
Convex lens design lessens the minimum focusing distance of any lens for close-up shooting.
Each lens has 46mm front threads for stacking other close-up lenses on top of one another to increase the overall effect.
UPC: 858285007029

Lensbaby LBMFK Specs

Filter TypeClose-Up
Diopter Strength+1, +2, +4
Circular Size46 mm Filter Thread
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.245 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)3.75 x 3.35 x 2.35"
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