Opteka 62mm 10x High Definition II Professional Macro Conversion Lens
Opteka 62mm 10x High Definition II Professional Macro Conversion Lens

Opteka 62mm 10x High Definition II Professional Macro Conversion Lens

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SSK # OTK-OPT6210X

Estimated 3-14 Days Delivery
No Warranty
RM200.00

Shopping Point 1.000 = RM1.00

Key Features

  • Fits Lenses with 62mm Filter Diameter
  • Macro Magnification: 10x
  • Reduces Minimum Focusing Distance
  • Four Low Dispersion Elements
  • Anti-Reflection Coating
  • Water White Optical Glass Construction

This 10x High Definition II Professional Macro Conversion Lens from Opteka mounts to the front of lenses featuring a 62mm filter ring diameter, and offers a 10x magnification to produce a narrower field of view with closer focusing capabilities. Designed for macro-like shooting with nearly any lens, this add-on lens features a four element construction made from high refractive index, low dispersion water white optical glass for maintained image quality. A hard anti-reflective coating has also been applied to the glass elements to reduce lens flare and ghosting for greater contrast and a clarity.
Lens Type Macro conversion lens
Rear Mount Diameter 62 mm
Magnification 10x
Construction 4 elements; high-refractive index/low dispersion water white glass
Multi-Coated Yes
Opteka 62mm 10x High Definition II Professional Macro Conversion Lens
  • Front and Rear Lens Caps
  • Lens Bag
  • Reviews Opteka 62mm 10x High Definition II Professional Macro Conversion Lens

    Peter
    13/02/2016
    20
    I purchased this item wondering "How good could it be at this price, but hey, it's made in Japan"! My reservations have been confirmed that "you get what you pay for". The build quality is poor, the edge of the lens has not even been blacked out, you can see this from the inside of the lens. The most disappointing thing is that during finishing of the lens it was painted black. What has been done to protect the front of the lens during painting is some sort of circular masking applied at the lens front. The circular masking did not cover the entire lens, so now there is a small edge of paint around the front of the outer edge of the lens that is breaking off and attaching to the lens of course producing a large black spot/s. Each time the lens is brushed another small piece of paint breaks making more of a mess. Truly a very poor finish for a "macro lens attachment". Lens flare is very high and I had difficulty controlling it. Opteka has disgraced the good "Made in Japan" name. I purchased a B&W Close-up +5 Lens at the same time - this blows the Opteka out of the water for quality, stick with the high-quality gear, not this rubbish. This bit of gear has found a home at the back of my photography cabinet where I'm sure it'll stay for the day when I'm really bored and I want to make something out of it! Conversion lens review based on usage with a Nikon D750 and Nikon 200mm f/4 Micro lens.
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