hoya felters

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  1. awsmf

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    hi got a set of The Hoya close-up lens set includes three close-up lenses, in +1, +2, and +4 diopter sizes, with a leather carrying case.. ? is how do you set them up / #4 close to the camers or #1
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    When stacking close-up lenses, the order should be with the smallest lens number closest to the camera. This will avoid any possibility of glass-to-glass contact, which could result in scratching.

    Never stack when a single lens will get the dog walked.
     
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    In case you were asking a different question, +4 will bring the focus closest to the camera, +1 least close...
     

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