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.
but it was easy to attach to my camera lens without it and ...
Tina from Brooklyn "Piedmont photobug", Amazon
21 May 2015
Summary: Works very well when attached to my Panasonic G5. I did get a step down filter to use with it, but it was easy to attach to my camera lens without it and felt secure. Really great macro photos. Very pleased
Summary: This thing is fabulous! I have both the DCR 150 and the DCR 250 in 52mm size and have found I actually prefer the 150 because I have a little more range in terms of what is in focus. Using it on a camcorder, I can zoom in and out a bit to get the size of my subject just right anyway.
Summary: Excellent macro effect. Great value. I have some pictures posted on FB and Flickr and my frinds often ask what lens did I use to get such shallow depth of field. Very fun and easy to use with the adjustable clip on that fits a good range of sizes.
even my full frame camera shows excellent sharpness- great accessory lens that does exactly as advertised ...
Steve Nunez "www.stevenunez.com", Amazon
30 December 2014
Summary: Superb clarity, even my full frame camera shows excellent sharpness- great accessory lens that does exactly as advertised A+++ (Not a true substitute for a dedicated macro lens but a great budget alternative!)
Summary: Lens is ok. It seems clear, and optically sound. I'm using it with an adapter for a kit lens on a Sony NEX 6. At 50mm zoom I still have to be about 5-6 inches from my subject to get a good focus point.