Amazing Macro Photos With Fotodiox Macro Reversal Ring + Nikon DSLR

Amazing Macro Photos With Fotodiox Macro Reversal Ring + Nikon DSLR


The macro reversing ring from Fotodiox is a simple way to enter the fascinating world of extreme close-up
macro photography using the lenses that you already have. The macro reversing ring lets you mount
any manufacturer’s lens onto your camera in reverse for a stunning macro effect. first, mount the reversing ring onto your lens’s
filter thread, then mount your reverse lens onto your
camera. Once your lens is firmly reverse mounted
you can focus on objects just millimeters away from your camera’s lens. You can get stunning, detail filled shots
like these. We offer macro reversing rings with
filter ring sizes from forty-nine millimeter to seventy-seven millimeter. If you’re using a Nikon G or DX series
lens, mount the Fotodiox Nikon aperture enabler to open up the lens’s aperture. It also provides a fifty-two millimeter
thread for mounting the included UV filter and other accessories. The Nikon aperture enabler is available on its own or as part of a
kit bundled with the macro reversing ring. Explore the world of extreme macro
photography using any manufacturer’s lens on your camera. Fotodiox’s macro reversing ring makes
it easy, flexible and fun.

Dereck Turner

12 thoughts on “Amazing Macro Photos With Fotodiox Macro Reversal Ring + Nikon DSLR

  1. Pavel Kravčenko says:

    i would like to buy, do you ship to Slovakia?

  2. Fotodiox Inc says:

    Yes, we do.

  3. Jack Curtis says:

    I have the same camera and it works great for time lapse! NIKON RULEZ! How do you trigger your camera for time-lapse? I use a cool remote TempusCN that lets you set time between photos: tempus.bymac.org

  4. Symphonyy1 says:

    Do you have reversal rings for 18-55mm VR Kit lens?

  5. Fotodiox Inc says:

    The 18-55mm VR Kit lens will work with our aperture control macro reverse ring kits. Please visit our website and search the term "52mm Macro Reverse Ring." You will need the aperture control feature in order to use your lens as needed for macro photography
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  6. Gabriel Hernandez says:

    I bought a fotodiox aperture control 52mm filter for nikon g/dx lens in reverse mount for macro photography, but it doesn't fit in my af_s18_55mm G/Dx lens & 50mm G, and both have a 52mm ring's diameter, do I need a extra step ring?

  7. Gabriel Hernandez says:

    I bought a fotodiox aperture control 52mm filter for nikon g/dx lens in reverse mount for macro photography, but it doesn't fit in my af_s18_55mm G/Dx lens & 50mm G, and both have a 52mm ring's diameter, do I need a extra step ring?

  8. Dev Acharya says:

    @Fotodiox is it fit for 55-300 nikkor lense ?

  9. Captain Phobos says:

    Do you make aperture control rings for Canon?

  10. duenge says:

    Just purchased a Nikon D3300. I have a couple old Minolta lenses from the days of film, and I would like to see how they work for macro photography. Do you have the aperture control for Minolta?…thanx!

  11. Lil lefinn says:

    Are u guys still seeling this reverse ring kit? Sorry for bad english

  12. Dr. Prof. Kamal Buckshee says:

    WHAT ABOUT Aperture Control ?

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