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Novoflex Reverse Lens Adapter

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Novoflex Reverse Lens Adapter
Key Features
  • For Canon EOS Cameras
This adapter opens the world of extreme close-up photography to users of Canon EOS cameras with wide angle or zoom lenses. The lens is mounted on the adapter in reverse position, ensuring outstanding quality of the resulting photographs. The adapter transmits all lens information to the camera body. Using a Canon EOS zoom lens with a focal length of 28-105 in reverse position, allows the user to take photographs with magnification ratios of 1:7 at the 105mm end to 2.8:1 at the 28mm setting. No prime macro lens is capable of matching this range.
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Novoflex EOS-RETRO Overview

This adapter opens the world of extreme close-up photography to users of Canon EOS cameras with wide angle or zoom lenses. The lens is mounted on the adapter in reverse position, ensuring outstanding quality of the resulting photographs. The adapter transmits all lens information to the camera body. Using a Canon EOS zoom lens with a focal length of 28-105 in reverse position, allows the user to take photographs with magnification ratios of 1:7 at the 105mm end to 2.8:1 at the 28mm setting. No prime macro lens is capable of matching this range.
The adapter is supplied with 58mm threads.

Novoflex EOS-RETRO Specs

Packaging Info
Package Weight0.7 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)7.75 x 5.45 x 4.1"

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My EF lenses are 20-35, 75-128 and 100-400 zoom; ...

My EF lenses are 20-35, 75-128 and 100-400 zoom; filter sizes are 72 and 77 mm, I assume must use 2 step-up rings 58-72 and 58-77 mm, will that work and what quality loss must I accept (loss of definition ,edge blur)?
Asked by: Sigi
Hi--this technique works best with a prime lens that's shorter than 50mm. The shorter the focal length, the greater the magnification. You can probably use those lenses in the way you describe, however.
Answered by: Boyd
Date published: 2019-08-01
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