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8.3 out of 10

Zeikos ZE-WA72B 72mm

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Reviews and Problems with Zeikos ZE-WA72B 72mm

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Overall 4

Two Stars

Kandy M., Amazon
5 October 2014
  • Summary: Lots of blur with this even when you do not want macro.
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Overall 10

Five Stars

rodney green, Amazon
29 August 2014
Overall 8

Heavy, but good quality

Samuel Pecraro, Amazon
20 August 2014
  • Summary: Its a bit heavy on the lens but if you have one with internal focusing its nothing to worry about. Its not like a fisheye so it doesn't make the image into a circle, however there is some very noticeable vignetting. Also when you zoom in there will be some image distortion which depending on the shot could be kinda cool.
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Overall 10

I was quite pleased with the price on this lens

dog8myhmwk, Amazon
11 August 2014
  • Summary: I was quite pleased with the price on this lens. I've played around with it some, and it seems to be what I wanted. Although functionality is more important, it looks very nice on our camera.
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Overall 10


Nathan, Amazon
20 May 2014
  • Summary: Exactly what i needed and the attachment looks great on my camera, love the wider angle. No problems experienced with my "Canon EF-S 18-200mm" lens
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Overall 10

Clear, Easy to Use, and Solid

Pedro, Amazon
20 March 2014
  • Summary: Likes: -The adapter is made of a solid metal construction and feels high quality in the hand. -Macro lens is great in quality of photos and build. -The Wide Angle portion (macro+front glass element) is pretty good for the price point. -The adapter has a front 82mm filter thread. Dislikes: -The front lens element was loose, however it was an easy fix simply by turning the element to the right locking it in place.
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Overall 10

good item!

dannysulca, Ebay
10 December 2013
  • Summary: It is very useful and economical! The depth of field is much higher than in telephoto lenses. It is very interesting, since the greater depth of field.
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Overall 4

Not useful with a full-frame DSLR

Mark Lentz, Amazon
19 January 2013
  • Summary: I have a 20mm lens and I thought I could add this to it and get a cheapo 9mm lens, because 20mm * .45 equals about 9... Because I wanted to get even wider than my 14mm could go, on a particular subject. When you crop out the vignetting this lens produces, however, it seems at most to take the 20mm down to about 16mm. I do have a full-frame DSLR and this may be the problem. Also, it's possible that the macro feature will be of some use.
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Overall 6

Managed expectations

Phillip J. Pisciotta, Amazon
27 November 2012
  • Summary: For the price it is not bad. But if you expect good "wide angle" forget it. If you expect perfect "macro" forget it. But if you are a novice (like me) this was not a waste of money. Top end lenses are out of my reach at the moment. The Wide Angle must be used with the Macro.
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Overall 2

Worse than useless

Chad W. Boyer, Amazon
13 September 2012
  • Summary: You get what you pay for, and this is not worth paying for. Looks okay in the center of picture, but the edge ring is blurry. In the world of photography, that's less than useless.
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