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This is a very high-quality +7 two-element (achromatic) macro lens made of optical glass. It retains its full magnification underwater. Thanks to the two UV coated lenses and anti-reflection, these lenses restore a distorted image to a perfect on.
This small, lightweight lens has a 67mm threaded port. The thread is on both ends of the lens - which means these lenses can be stacked. A must have for macro lovers!
This lens allows a photo of a subject less than 1 inch wide to be taken on many compact cameras.
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Tiny fringehead, photo by Brent Durand. Ikelite S90, Dyron +7 macro lens
Small starfish, Recsea S95 + Canon S95, zoomed in, no macro lens
Photo taken with dyron 67mm +7 macro lens attached. F8
Small zooanthid anemones, Recsea S95 housing, Canon S95, zoomed in, no macro lens. Closest focus distance
Same subject with Dyron 67mm macro lens attached. F7
Recsea S95 with Dyron +7 macro lens
Taken with Canon G12, Dyron 67mm +7 macro lens. Photo by Amr A. Abdul-Majeed
Recsea S100 + dyron macro lens, photo by Hugh Parker
In may 2013, for 3 weeks, I travelled to Lembeh with my Recsea S100 and a new toy : a Bluewater +7. It has opened a new world for my picture. I was able to take a whole new aspect of the critters found in Lembeh. Nudibranch pictures were now close-up of their antennas or any others parts of their body. I was able to bring back pictures of the really tiny world. I didn't have the quick adapter and I had to unscrew the macro lens each time I wanted to take a regular shot. I didn't think it would be an issue but I took 2200 pictures and abount 10% were normal non close-up. It meant unscruing and putting back at least 200 times during the trip. I will buy the quick adapter. So to resume, I'm very pleased with the diopter. It did the job but it showed me the limitations of my camera. I need to upgrade to 4/3 or a DSLR for my next trip.
I started using my new photo set in Feb' 13 in Maldives, including the NEX 5N camera, Nauticam housing (brilliant) and the Dyron Macro Lens.
This Macro is optically very good, and with the Nauticam I can put it on and remove instantly, which is necessary on every dive when a "Macro type" subject pops up while you are exploring.. The Macro attached to its bracket is easy to keep attached to either camera housing or my equipment.
Scuba diver from Corsica
Superb little lens deliverying good results with my SOny RC100 / Recsea setup. Highly recommended.
The lens itself is great. I bought it to use with the Canon G12 Ikelite housing, so it requires an adapter. The adapter is very easy to use//although not as durable as one would like for a $60 purchase (which likely costs $5 to manufacturer as its all plastic with some threads). With that said, you get considerable port blockage unless the camera is more than 1/2 way zoomed in--it is difficult to control the zoom (in my opinion) with the Ikelite housing on the G12. If anyone has advice on this issue, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. For a review on the lens itself, the lens is great.
think of a diver who's taking pictures of a wreck, or reef, or a fish eye worth of scenery. And then he drops close to a tinny little creature he never seen or is so beautiful he wants to capture it in a shot. And then he wants just to relax and whistle (bubble) while fining.
That's what I do! I chose the Dyron 67 mm and Fish eye for a powershot 100 as a present for my son. Than I said I'll give a try and am having it as part of my gear since September last year. So handy to swap the lenses and clip it when I have other things to do. On a rebreather this is a bonus. Dyron proved soooo handy for macro and easy to put it in a pocket when looking for a wide angle shot!. Happy, happy. Thanks bluewater for advise! Angelo
A quality lens that is bright and crisp. Works great with my Sony RX-100 and Recsea RX100 housing. A must have for your collection.
i haven't really had the chance to use this much underwater, but i have practiced with it on land and it produces a sharp photo. its has a nice solid construction and can be stacked which is nice.
Bought this lens and tested it out on Grand Cayman. Worked very well, very easy to put on and get off. Excellent initial instruction from Scott and the folks at Bluewater. You can not go wrong with this macro, especially if you buy it as part of one of the great package deals.
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