Excerpt: I'm using this on a Fuji XT and it Takes pretty decent macro for an add-on. You won't get the perfection you might from a true macro lens but I find it great for travel when I doubt I'll have time for serious macro. Good bokeh, not hard to focus, seems sturdy
Excellent! Bought this for wedding detail shots since I ...
26 March 2016
Summary: Excellent! Bought this for wedding detail shots since I don't do a lot of macro work and didn't want to shell out for a dedicated lens. This fit the bill perfectly. Very happy with this purchase.
Excerpt: I've had a Raynox DCR-250 for years. But, recently, wanted something with a bit more working distance for a new macro project.
The Raynox DCR-150 fit the bill perfectly. In fact, I purchased another for my granddaughters to use with a Lumix DMC-FZ200.
Quality lens that does not get quite as close as i had hoped
David Bailey, Amazon
27 January 2016
Summary: I use this on a Sony RX100 mk iv and it works fine. It does not provide the magnification I was hoping for so I may get the companion one as well. The lens is well made in Japan (ya!) and image quality is perfectly acceptable.
Good optics, but the lens caps need re-desigining.
27 December 2015
Summary: My initials trials with this lens match the positive reviews. It has very good clarity, and not just near the middle like cheaper add-odd lenses. The reputation of these lenses are well known, and seem to be well deserved. The reason for the 3 stars, however, is that the lens caps are a problem.
Excerpt: I may also buy the 250, or one of Raynox's more powerful accessory lenses, for insect and flower shots -- but for now this works just fine addeed to my kit macro (with a 49-to-43mm ring) on my NEX-7.
Excerpt: I bought this as a less expensive option to a dedicated macro lens for my D7100. After doing some research, this seemed to fit my needs. This company has another lens with a stronger magnification, but I wanted to be able to use it without a tripod. I'm very pleased with the quality of this lens.
Excerpt: Rather than investing in a macro lens, I decided to purchase the Raynox DCR-150. I am attaching it to the Sony E 55-210mm f/4.5-6.3 OSS E-Mount Lens that came with my Sony a6000. I'm very impressed with the quality of images produced by the attachment.