Adorama Lens Reversing Ring for Nikon F Manual Focus & Auto Focus Lenses with a 52mm Filter Thread.

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Adorama Lens Reversing Ring for Nikon F Manual Focus & Auto Focus Lenses with a 52mm Filter Thread. Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Reversing ring

Works identically as the named brand at a fraction of the cost. I used it in making a mount for a macro set up.
too tall at Adorama on 06/06/2012

Works well

I use it with my bellows attachment and my Nikon D50 using a 50mm 1.8 lens. It does everything I need it.
slugtrap at Adorama on 02/02/2010

Easy to use.

I still learning how to use it.
El Zorro at Adorama on 05/05/2010

Negative Reviews:

too scary-tight to use on a D7000

The ring has a red index mark to align with the camera when mounting, just like a lens. Also, just like a lens, a niche in the ring receives the locking pin on the camera after the CCW 60 rotation.

While it seems nicely machined and mounted (and locked) properly with only minor resistance on an old D70, when attempting to use it on a D7000, there was so much resistance that chickened-out, fearing damage to the camera.

I bought this on a lark to fiddle with macro photography, but I wish, instead, I had bought a 52mm male to male ring for this purpose (http://www.adorama.com/MCMCR5252.html).
Steve at Adorama on 06/06/2011

With a Micro-Nikkor lens it doesn't work

With my antique Micro-Nikkor lens it was all but unusable because the diaphragm automatically closes all the way when the lens is disconnected. When the lens was reversed, I had to hold the diaphragm pin open manually, and I didn't have enough fingers to spare for that job. And then after my only attempt to use the ring, its soft aluminum threads bound so tightly to the lens's steel mount that I had to use pliers to get the ring off. THAT was a nervous-making experience.
Jonathan Morse at Adorama on 01/01/2012

Neutral Reviews:

Crude- but it works!

You simply screw it in the lens where your filter would go and then reverse mount it onto your camera. I used a Nikon 50mm f/1.8D with 52mm filter threads. I had to open up the lens all the way to f/1.8 so I would have enough light with out having to use my flash, although you can use a flash if you so desire. You then focus by moving towards or away from the object you are shooting. Very primitive but for the money,Great!
Nikonsteve at Adorama on 03/03/2009

Cheap option for macro

Not bad for the price. Ring doesn't lock onto the camera body, so it takes a little bit of finesse to fully engage the ring on the body without loosening the lens (lens thread loosens in the same direction as locking the mount)
Jim the Runner at Adorama on 09/09/2008