Excerpt: It was easy to snap on and use right out of the box. Yes, what it does it a bit weird and focusing is tricky and done by moving the camera in and out (tripod is fairly essential). Depth of field is paper thin. But, it's an affordable way to get some nice macro images.
Pros: Convenient Size, Easy to attach, Lightweight, Works
Excerpt: Small enough to fit in any camera bag, and great image quality to boot. Until some good quality extension tubes are released for the Fuji X system, this is one of the best options for close up work if you don't feel a need for the 60mm macro. I've paired it successfully with the 23mm even -- requires some cropping of the frame but does produce useable results.
Excerpt: If you are looking for an add-on lens to increase magnification for macro photos, this one is very high quality.This will make any lens you have a super macro. But be aware that it is extremely hard to keep focus and will take time to learn to get good pictures on a regular basis. You need a lot of light, patience, and steady hands and you can get great pictures from this. Using a Canon 60D and my 100mm F2.8 L canon lens, I'm pretty happy with the results.
Excerpt: This attached to most of my lenses very easily and securely. IT does exactly what it claims to and allows you to get much closer to your subject. I haven't used this extensively yet, but it is great for photographing plants and other stationary objects. Definitely worth the reasonable price!
Excerpt: Easy to attach to my Fuji XF35mm. It allows me to focus much closer than before. Not a 1: 1 but I understood that before my purchase. I am now considering getting a legacy 100mm+ to use with the DCR-250.
Pros: Consistent Output, Durable, Easily Interchangeable, Fast / accurate auto-focus, Lightweight, Strong Construction