Super Macro Lens is a good alternative to buying a new lens
Ron photo newbie, B&H Photo
2 weeks ago
Excerpt: Wanted to play with Macro photography but did not want to buy an expensive lens until i knew if I wanted to continue with Macro Photos. Lens works good on my Nikon lens. It is not for handheld and requires a tripod. takes a bit to set the distance properly for sharp photographs but does a good job.
Excerpt: Great about it:
one of the best macro lens adapters I've used. Lightweight, small, easy to cary. Greatly improves macro capabilities of your lens without degrading quality.
Works perfectly with my Tamron 90mm macro lens.
Excerpt: Some outer frame loss of detail. It's difficult to focus. Better to move the object closer or farther away until in focus vs the camera. Using a small aperture you can increase the sharpness. I found it to be a good addition to my gear bag. For the money it's great.
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.
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.