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46mm-49mm Male to Male Lens Coupling Ring for Extreme Macro Close Up Photography
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46mm-49mm Male to Male Lens Coupling Ring for Extreme Macro Close Up Photography

Here is a 46mm-49mm lens coupling ring male - male. This is a very handy device indeed. You can use two lenses at a time mounted front to front to do some heavy duty close up work. The ring has 46mm threads on one side and 49mm threads on the other so you can mount one lens in the reverse position on the front ring of a lens that is attached to the camera.

This is not a ring you see everyday.

Macro-photography is one of my favorite forms of photography. You will be surprised to see what is lurking just out of site. You will have so much fun you will hardly be able to stand it!

To give an example of what this will do, I will use this illustration, results may vary depending on your lenses, this is just a ballpark figure from what I have here. If you use a 55mm Macro lens that has a 1:1 ratio capability and take a photo of a dime you will get almost a full frame of the dime. With this ring attached to that lens and then screwed in to a 50mm lens on your camera you will get a full frame of the date on the dime.

This is for extreme Macro and you can use it with any kind of lens that has a 46mm or 49mm front ring.

$14.95
52mm-52mm Male to Male Lens Coupling Ring for Extreme Macro Close Up Photography
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52mm-52mm Male to Male Lens Coupling Ring for Extreme Macro Close Up Photography

Here is a 52mm-52mm lens coupling ring male - male. This is a very handy device indeed. You can use two lenses at a time mounted front to front to do some heavy duty close up work. The ring has 52mm threads on both sides so you can mount one lens in the reverse position on the front ring of a lens that is attached to the camera.

This is not a ring you see everyday.

Macro-photography is one of my favorite forms of photography. You will be surprised to see what is lurking just out of site. You will have so much fun you will hardly be able to stand it!

To give an example of what this will do, I will use this illustration, results may vary depending on your lenses, this is just a ballpark figure from what I have here. If you use a 55mm Macro lens that has a 1:1 ratio capability and take a photo of a dime you will get almost a full frame of the dime. With this ring attached to that lens and then screwed in to a 50mm lens on your camera you will get a full frame of the date on the dime.

This is for extreme Macro and you can use it with any kind of lens that has a 52mm front ring.

$17.95
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55mm-55mm Male to Male Lens Coupling Ring for Extreme Macro Close Up Photography
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55mm-55mm Male to Male Lens Coupling Ring for Extreme Macro Close Up Photography

Here is a 55mm-55mm lens coupling ring male - male. This is a very handy device indeed. You can use two lenses at a time mounted front to front to do some heavy duty close up work. The ring has 55mm threads on both sides so you can mount one lens in the reverse position on the front ring of a lens that is attached to the camera.

This is not a ring you see everyday.

Macro-photography is one of my favorite forms of photography. You will be surprised to see what is lurking just out of site. You will have so much fun you will hardly be able to stand it!

To give an example of what this will do, I will use this illustration, results may vary depending on your lenses, this is just a ballpark figure from what I have here. If you use a 55mm Macro lens that has a 1:1 ratio capability and take a photo of a dime you will get almost a full frame of the dime. With this ring attached to that lens and then screwed in to a 50mm lens on your camera you will get a full frame of the date on the dime.

This is for extreme Macro and you can use it with any kind of lens that has a 55mm front ring.

$17.95
1 in stock
58mm-58mm Male to Male Lens Coupling Ring for Extreme Macro Close Up Photography
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58mm-58mm Male to Male Lens Coupling Ring for Extreme Macro Close Up Photography

Here is a 58mm-58mm lens coupling ring male - male. This is a very handy device indeed. You can use two lenses at a time mounted front to front to do some heavy duty close up work. The ring has 58mm threads on both sides so you can mount one lens in the reverse position on the front ring of a lens that is attached to the camera.

This is not a ring you see everyday.

Macro-photography is one of my favorite forms of photography. You will be surprised to see what is lurking just out of site. You will have so much fun you will hardly be able to stand it!

To give an example of what this will do, I will use this illustration, results may vary depending on your lenses, this is just a ballpark figure from what I have here. If you use a 55mm Macro lens that has a 1:1 ratio capability and take a photo of a dime you will get almost a full frame of the dime. With this ring attached to that lens and then screwed in to a 50mm lens on your camera you will get a full frame of the date on the dime.

This is for extreme Macro and you can use it with any kind of lens that has a 58mm front ring.

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$17.95
Eye Cup Eyecup for Konica 35mm Autoreflex A T T2 T3 Camera
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Eye Cup Eyecup for Konica 35mm Autoreflex A T T2 T3 Camera

Here is a brand new rubber eye cup for your Konica Autoreflex camera. This product was discontinued many many years ago. I just happen to have some old stock. 
Once they're gone they're gone forever.
It will fit all the Konica Autoreflex cameras with a 18mm round threaded viewfinder hole, they are all the same size. I believe the complete list of cameras are the A, T, T2, and T3 but there might be a few more that I have not identified. 
I really like having one on my camera. My favorite thing is that it makes the viewfinder readout easy to see even on a bright and sunny day. The metal piece slips onto the eyepiece of your camera. Prevents unwanted light from effecting your judgment of the image you are producing. Also prevents eyeglass lenses from getting scratched. Makes shooting more comfortable. I like this kind better than the original manufacturers because they are bigger, covering your whole eye socket. 

The rubber portion can be taken off or slipped around the ring to accommodate either the right or left eye. If you use a round drop in correction lens there is a space and retaining ring to hold them.
$21.95
Nikon 52mm Film or Digital Camera Lens Reverse Ring for Macro Close Up Photography
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Nikon 52mm Film or Digital Camera Lens Reverse Ring for Macro Close Up Photography

Here is a brand new Nikon 52mm lens reversing ring for extreme Macro close up photographs made in JAPAN. Macro-photography is one of my favorite forms of photography. You will be surprised to see what is lurking just out of site. You will have so much fun you will hardly be able to stand it! 

To give an example of what this will do, I will use this illustration, results may vary depending on your lenses, this is just a ballpark figure from what I have here. If you use a 55mm (focal length) Macro lens that has a 1:1 ratio capability and take a photo of a dime you will get almost a full frame of the dime. With this ring attached to the camera the lens mounted in reverse you will almost get a full frame of the date on the dime. This is for extreme Macro and if you use longer lenses with Macro capability you will get ultra close to the smallest subjects! The threads are 52mm so the front ring of the lens you want to mount in the reverse position needs to have a 52mm front ring. You can also use step up or down rings to make this fit other lenses that are bigger or smaller than 52mm. 

This is for the Nikon manual focus film cameras, auto focus digital cameras, and all Nikon digital SLR cameras.
$19.95
1 in stock
Pentax K Mount Film or Digital Camera 49mm Lens Reversing Ring for Macro Close Up Photography
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Pentax K Mount Film or Digital Camera 49mm Lens Reversing Ring for Macro Close Up Photography

Here is a brand new Pentax K Mount 49mm lens reversing ring for extreme Macro close up photographs,.made in JAPAN. Macro-photography is one of my favorite forms of photography. You will be surprised to see what is lurking just out of site. You will have so much fun you will hardly be able to stand it! 

To give an example of what this will do, I will use this illustration, results may vary depending on your lenses, this is just a ballpark figure from what I have here. If you use a 55mm (focal length) Macro lens that has a 1:1 ratio capability and take a photo of a dime you will get almost a full frame of the dime. With this ring attached to the camera the lens mounted in reverse you will almost get a full frame of the date on the dime. This is for extreme Macro and if you use longer lenses with Macro capability you will get ultra close to the smallest subjects! The threads are 49mm so the front ring of the lens you want to mount in the reverse position needs to have a 49mm front ring. You can also use step up or down rings to make this fit other lenses that are bigger or smaller than 49mm. 

This is for the Pentax manual focus film cameras, auto focus film cameras, and all Pentax digital SLR cameras.
$19.95
1 in stock
Pentax K Mount Film or Digital Camera 52mm Lens Reversing Ring for Macro Close Up Photography
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Pentax K Mount Film or Digital Camera 52mm Lens Reversing Ring for Macro Close Up Photography

Here is a brand new Pentax K Mount 52mm lens reversing ring for extreme Macro close up photographs,.made in JAPAN. Macro-photography is one of my favorite forms of photography. You will be surprised to see what is lurking just out of site. You will have so much fun you will hardly be able to stand it! 

To give an example of what this will do, I will use this illustration, results may vary depending on your lenses, this is just a ballpark figure from what I have here. If you use a 55mm (focal length) Macro lens that has a 1:1 ratio capability and take a photo of a dime you will get almost a full frame of the dime. With this ring attached to the camera the lens mounted in reverse you will almost get a full frame of the date on the dime. This is for extreme Macro and if you use longer lenses with Macro capability you will get ultra close to the smallest subjects! The threads are 52mm so the front ring of the lens you want to mount in the reverse position needs to have a 52mm front ring. You can also use step up or down rings to make this fit other lenses that are bigger or smaller than 52mm. 

This is for the Pentax manual focus film cameras, auto focus film cameras, and all Pentax digital SLR cameras.
$19.95
1 in stock
T-Mount T2 Camera Adapter Canon Rebel XS, XSi, XT, XTi, 5D, 10D, 20D, 30D, 40D, 50D, 60D, Mark I, Mark II, Mark III for Telescope Spotting Scope, Macro Bellows, or LensT-Mount T2 Camera Adapter Canon Rebel XS, XSi, XT, XTi, 5D, 10D, 20D, 30D, 40D, 50D, 60D, Mark I, Mark II, Mark III for Telescope Spotting Scope, Macro Bellows, or Lens
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T-Mount T2 Camera Adapter Canon Rebel XS, XSi, XT, XTi, 5D, 10D, 20D, 30D, 40D, 50D, 60D, Mark I, Mark II, Mark III for Telescope Spotting Scope, Macro Bellows, or Lens

Here is a nice new T-Mount Adapter for Canon EOS camera. Allows the use of T-Mount lenses, telescopes, bellows, and other accessories on your camera. It will fit every EOS camera made to date, current digital D-SLR and older film SLR cameras. It will not fit the FL or FD mount camera bodies.

The T Mount is an older lens mount that has a threaded mount measuring 42mm like the Pentax Screw Mount lenses BUT it is not the same. The T Mount is a fine thread and the Pentax a coarse thread. The T Mount was used for a wide variety of items, not just lenses. Some of the other items with this mount are a slide copier, very long telephoto lenses up to 1000mm, spotting scope, binocular adapter, microscope, bellows units, telescopes, etc. The lenses are considered "aftermarket" and made by many different manufacturers. One thing I would like to point out about these lenses. They were made at a time when everyone shot slides. As you know slide film is not as forgiving as print film or digital photography. The lenses had to be good or the results were bad and the lenses would not sell. My own experience with these lenses has found them to be quite capable and very sharp. The lenses are plentiful and inexpensive. You will of course loose the auto focus ability, all T Mount lenses are manual focus. You will also loose the auto and program modes, the only way to use it is metered manual and manually stop down the lens for metering and shooting. 

If you have priced a long telephoto lens lately, 400mm or longer you will see what a terrific bargain this ring and a T Mount lens will be for your camera. I will guess you can get both for less than $100.00. The most common use for them these days is to mount a 500mm or longer Mirror telephoto lens to a EOS digital or film camera. With the cost of new telephoto lenses it pays to buy a nice used T mount lens and this ring. 
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$17.95
T-Mount T2 Camera Adapter for OLYMPUS EVOLT 4/3 mount Telescope Spotting Scope, Macro Bellows, or LensT-Mount T2 Camera Adapter for OLYMPUS EVOLT 4/3 mount Telescope Spotting Scope, Macro Bellows, or Lens
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T-Mount T2 Camera Adapter for OLYMPUS EVOLT 4/3 mount Telescope Spotting Scope, Macro Bellows, or Lens

Here is a new TOP QUALITY metal adapter made in JAPAN. This allows the use T-Mount lenses (T2 mount), Spotting Scopes, Macro Bellows, and Telescopes on your Olympus D-SLR 4/3 Mount camera. The most popular ones now are E-300, E-330, E-410, E-420, E-500, E-510 and E-3. This will not fit the Olympus OM mount 35mm cameras.
$19.95
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