Raynox converters

Discussion in 'Beyond the Basics' started by erniehatt, Jun 30, 2005.

  1. erniehatt

    erniehatt TPF Noob!

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    I am interested in buying Tele converter lens for my Sony f717, also a macro.
    I have been looking at raynox, has anyone had any experience with these. Thanks in advance. Ernie
     
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    Raynox make some good quality lenses,
    are you looking at the MX3K by any chance?
     
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    I got the raynox DCR-250 macro lens. I think you can make great pictures with it. Just make sure you got a tripod, else it will be rather hard to take good pics :)

    Anyways, the top 4 pictures on the link below are made with that macro lens. It is used on a fuji finepix S304 with a a zoom of 6x. Just look if you like it or not.

    http://thephotoforum.com/forum/showthread.php?t=24747

    And i dont know anything about the teleconverter.
    Greetz Daan
     
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    Thanks fella's, I had a look at the results for the macro, fantastic, how far were you from the subject. The model I am looking at is the 2020 X2.2 tele. Ernie
     
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    I was about 10 cm from the object. About the same as my normal macro function on my camera, without the lens. I always thought i had to put on the macro function and put on the lens.........................but you just put on the lens and zoom in. Rather nice, that you can zoom in or out. It sometimes just makes a difference if you dont zoom in to the max.
    Anyways good luck with finding the right thing for you
    Greetz Daan
     
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    Thanks Dann, I am sold already. I have a few lizard pics knocking around someplace, will sort them out one day Regards Ernie
     

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