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Macro Filters

Macro photography has emerged as one of the most famous types of photography. There are a lot of techniques and equipment required if you are a beginner. The functions involved are more like the ones which are present in normal reading glasses. This type of photography involves magnification of some of the most beautiful things in life which normally can’t be seen as closely. To be able to see such things, Macro photography requires the use of a macro lens filter.

These are also known as close-up lens filters that are known to provide more focus by reducing the focal distance of the object and the lens. There are two types of macro filters, single-element filters and double element filters. Single-element filters are known for greater magnification with lower quality content while the double element filters are known to produce high quality content alongside greater magnification.

Macro Filters
  1. 58mm MACRO Close-Up Filter Kit (+1 +2 +4 +10)

    • 58mm MACRO Close-Up Filter Kit
    • high quality optical magnifying glass
    • great image edge clarity
    • Filters include (+1 +2 +4 +10)
    • You can combine filters accordingly
    • capture the smallest details for your videos

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    £16.23 Ex VAT £19.48 Inc VAT
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  2. 58mm MACRO Close-Up Filter for Canon EOS & Nikon AFS

    • 58mm MACRO Close-Up Filter
    • For Canon EOS & Nikon AFS
    • capture the smallest details for your videos
    • high quality optical magnifying glass
    • great image edge clarity
    • You can combine filters accordingly

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    £15.67 Ex VAT £18.80 Inc VAT
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  3. 52mm MACRO Close-Up Filter for Canon EOS & Nikon AFS

    • 52mm MACRO Close-Up Filter
    • For Canon EOS & Nikon AFS
    • capture the smallest details for your videos
    • high quality optical magnifying glass
    • great image edge clarity
    • You can combine filters accordingly

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    £14.41 Ex VAT £17.29 Inc VAT
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  4. Hoya 55mm Macro Close-up +10 Filter Lens

    • Hoya 55mm Macro Close-up +10 Filter Lens
    • 2-element, 2-group construction and a +10 diopter rating
    • Outstanding resolution, with super close-up capabilities
    • magnification is about 1:2 with a 50mm standard lens
    • Great for close ups of insects, flowers, and objects at 10cm
    • Lens should be Stopped down as much as possible to get maximum depth-of-field

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    £83.12 Ex VAT £99.74 Inc VAT
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  5. 52mm MACRO Close-Up Filter Kit (+1 +2 +4 +10)

    • 52mm MACRO Close-Up Filter Kit
    • high quality optical magnifying glass
    • great image edge clarity
    • Filters include (+1 +2 +4 +10)
    • You can combine filters accordingly
    • capture the smallest details for your videos

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    £14.83 Ex VAT £17.80 Inc VAT
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  6. Hoya 52mm Macro Close-up +10 Filter Lens

    • Hoya 52mm Macro Close-up +10 Filter Lens
    • 2-element, 2-group construction and a +10 diopter rating
    • Outstanding resolution, with super close-up capabilities
    • magnification is about 1:2 with a 50mm standard lens
    • Great for close ups of insects, flowers, and objects at 10cm
    • Lens should be Stopped down as much as possible to get maximum depth-of-field

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    £77.00 Ex VAT £92.40 Inc VAT
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  7. Macro Extension Tube Adapter for Nikon Cameras

    • Designed for Nikon cameras
    • Enables a lens to focus closer than its normal distance
    • Lens Mount Adapter
    • 9mm tube (Tube 1)
    • 16mm tube (Tube 2)
    • 30mm tube (Tube 3)

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    £17.57 Ex VAT £21.08 Inc VAT
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Macro Filters

Macro photography has emerged as one of the most famous types of photography. There are a lot of techniques and equipment required if you are a beginner. The functions involved are more like the ones which are present in normal reading glasses. This type of photography involves magnification of some of the most beautiful things in life which normally can’t be seen as closely. To be able to see such things, Macro photography requires the use of a macro lens filter.

These are also known as close-up lens filters that are known to provide more focus by reducing the focal distance of the object and the lens. There are two types of macro filters, single-element filters and double element filters. Single-element filters are known for greater magnification with lower quality content while the double element filters are known to produce high quality content alongside greater magnification.

Macro Filters

The 58mm macro close-up lens filter is an excellent example of a double element filter with minimal chromatic aberrations. Lens filters are also designed according to different cameras like there is a macro filter for Nikon cameras due to compatibility issues.

Finding the best macro lens filter can be a bit challenging. Before getting a macro filter, there are things which should be well-thought of. Firstly you should look for the optical magnifying glass of the highest quality. This will be available mostly in a second element macro filter like the 58mm macro close-up lens filter. The next thing to consider in a macro filter is its dioptre rating.

A higher dioptre rating means more image clarity which every photographer dreams of.  A basic thing to consider in a macro lens filter is the size. The lens filter should fit in perfectly with your lens to avoid any unnecessary cut in sharpness especially in the edges of your images.

Another important thing to check in a macro filter is its material. Most of the common macro filters like the macro filter for Nikon cameras are made up of glass and metal. Such materials have ant-reflective properties and are also scratch-proof. They are easy to remove and attach so they can be an ideal choice for you.

Different filters like the 58mm macro close-up lens filter provide extra magnifying options like the +2, +4 and +10 options. Filters with multiple options help you adjust to different focus distances which can be helpful for you.

You should look for the filter which can combine easily for greater magnification like in most of the macro filters for Nikon cameras. They are usually attached accordingly to their sizes.  The best macro filter should be able to capture even the smallest details in different images and videos to give you the quality close-up view you require in Macro photography.