The JJC F-CK series Close-Up Macro Filter Kit fits close-up shooting well, allows you to create macro effects and takes you into the mysterious micro world. The filter adopts high quality optical glass with fine grinding, which enables good image quality and high sharpness; The frame is made of premium aluminium alloy with non-glare matte finish on the inside to block stray light from entering the edge of the filter. This filter can be used to shoot flowers, insects, jewellery, water drops, garage kit......or words. The stamens can be seen clearly and the fluff of insects can be distinguished easily. With this close-up filter, you will become a member of the micro world and you can even shoot blockbusters in your daily life. The JJC F-CK series close-up filter kit includes 4 pieces filters of different diopters (+2, +4, +8, +10), with different thread sizes available from 40.5-77mm, to meet your needs. A free protective filter pouch is included in the package to protect the filter from impact and scratches.
Fits close-up shooting and creates macro effects
For shooting flowers, insects, jewellery, water drops, garage kit......or words
Adopts premium optical glass
High quality aluminium alloy frame
Comes with a protective filter pouch
Includes 4 pieces filters of different diopters (+2, +4, +8, +10)
Different thread sizes available from 40.5-77mm
1.What kind of lenses are suitable for close-up filters?
The close-up filter is designed based on 50mm standard lens. The longer the focal length is, the more obvious effect will be (generally speaking, 70-200mm lenses are recommended). If you use wide-angle lenses to shoot, vignetting may be caused.
2.Can close-up filters be stacked for use?
It is not recommended that close-up filters are stacked for use. It is also not recommended to mount various filters to close-up filters.
3.What is the meaning of +2, +4, +8, +10?
+2, +4, +8, +10 represent different diopters of close-up filters. The larger the diopter is, the closer the focus distance is and the higher the magnification is.
4.What is the focus distance of close-up filters?
Taking the 50mm standard lens as an example, the nearest focus distance can be shortened as following: the focus distance of close-up lens +2 is about 50cm / 19.7"; the focus distance of close-up lens +4 is about 25cm / 9.8"; the focus distance of close-up lens +8 is about 12.5cm / 4.9"; the focus distance of close-up lens +10 is about 10cm / 3.9".
5.Why tripod + manual focusing are recommended when using a close-up filter?
Tripod + manual focusing are recommended when using a close-up filter because autofocus is often difficult when the focal length is too long.
6.How to get a better depth of field when using a close-up lens?
It is recommended to use <multiple focus shooting + post stacking> to get a better depth of field. Specific operation instructions can be found on the internet and you can directly enter "focus stack" in the search engine.