+1 310-633-5052 firstname.lastname@example.org
Free shipping for orders over $200 in the USA, to all 50 states. Orders generally ship same day if ordered by 2PM PST. Low international shipping rates are available, just add the item to your cart and checkout to see rates.
Bluewater Photo is proud to announce its new 67mm macro diopter
The Bluewater macro lens is a high-quality two-element (achromatic) macro lens made of optical glass. It retains its full magnification underwater. The lens is UV coated and anti-reflective
The Bluewater macro lens is very low profile and has a male thread that is compatible with 67mm ports and adapters. The opposite side has female threads that can be used to stack two bluewater macro lenses for super macro photography.
This lens allows a photo of a subject less than 1 inch wide to be taken on many compact cameras.
Bluewater +7 macro lens, Canon G16, dual YS-D1 strobes. Photo by Joshua Musselwhite
Clown Dorid shot with OM-D 14-42mm lens with single Bluewater +7 Photo By: Kelli Dickinson
Fantasea G16 + Bluewater +7 macro lens, photo by Joshua Musselwhite
Gem Nudi Shot with Canon G12 with single Bluewater +7 Photo By: Shane Spring
Canon G16, Bluewater +7 macro lens; F8, 1/1600th, ISO 100. Tiny corynactis anemone
Tritona Festiva shot with OM-D with 14-42 with single Bluewater +7 Photo By: Kelli Dickinson
Flamboyant Cuttlefish shot with Sony RX-100 with stacked Bluewater +7, while diving Dumaguete, Philippines. Photo By: Carolyn Wang
Hermit Crab shot with Sony RX-100 with stacked Bluewater +7 Photo By: Shane Spring
Taken with the Canon S100, Bluewater +7 macro lens, photo by Aaron Halstead
We dive with our products all the time. Please call the Bluewater Photo team at 310-633-5052 with any questions, or email us at email@example.com
I purchased my Olympus Pen E-PL5 with Macro in mind, and after extensive e-mails from the USA to Australia, purchased the Bluewater +7 wet lens. The combination of a FAST autofocus in the PEN camera and the wet lens has produced some great results - far exceeding my expectations.
For an amateur underwater photographer, I found this lens to be great and easier to use than expected with a little practice. It screwed on and off my port easily enough underwater and I could stow it safely in my BCD pocket. With some patience, I was able to get a few shots on my new Nauticam (Olympus EM5) system that I was very happy with.
Great lens and great build quality. They are Bluewater branded. Used on a Ikelite S100 and works really well, recommend highly if you need a stackable macro lens.
Well it's not all easy of course...everything's moving and the whole focus thing is new...But I did get a couple of photos I am pleased with from my first effort and very happy with the quality. Only problem is now I think I'm tempted to start stacking another one on!
The flip adapter was a perfect addition so I could swap between macro and wider angle photos.
Ive been using macro lenses extensively over the past few years and was looking forward to testing out this lens on a recent trip.
I use it almost exclusively as intermediary lens to stack another on top, and in this capacity it works really well because of the threads at both ends.
It is also refreshing to be able to use a macro lens which gives you such a wide field of view. With most others, you are forced to zoom in quite a bit to give you a field of view that is unobstructed by the lens housing. Not so with the Bluewater +7! I found myself really enjoying the freedom and versatility this lens offers!
I picked up the Bluewater +7 a little before a dive trip in November of 2013, and have used it on just about every dive since. It has a small learning curve as you get a feel for how it affects focusing (how much closer you need to be), but it's been a fantastic add on to my camera setup.
I currently shoot a Canon S95 in the WP-DC38 housing, which paired with this lens and a single strobe, has been working well for me, especially for SoCal diving.
I go to Florida every year to visit family and get in a bunch of dives at Phil Foster Park (Blue Heron Bridge). It's fantastic for long, shallow Macro dives (depths average 12 feet). So lots of light and lots of creatures to shoot. Love the ease of this Macro lens with my Canon S100 and water housing. The results have been great and have improved my photos.
The service at BWP was great too. The first lens i checked had a tiny smudge or oil on the inside lens and they swapped it out with no question. It also doesn't hurt that they are within 10 minutes of my place so access is easy if i need anything last minute.
Recommended by Scott, tested it at Lembeh.. Used it on my Nauticam RX100 with D2000 strobe. Amazed by the result myself. Friends are asking where i got my lens from after they saw the pictures. Lens can be very sharp.. Only time that is not sharp, its your own fault.
Be sure to choose the right equipment! Check our guides for best cameras to use, and which housings to go for. A must read! Buyers Guides
Huge savings on a last minute trip to Socorro in March! 4 spaces remaining - reach out for pricing.
Considering a new camera? We've compiled reviews of all the top cameras - check it out!
BLUEWATER SALE UP TO 50% OFF