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A 52MM 0.43x Altura Photo Professional Review Won't Answer These 65 Questions - Part 1 of 2

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★★★★★ A 52MM 0.43x Altura Photo Professional review will not answer these 43 questions. Get the truth from people who own a 52MM 0.43x Altura Photo Professional, including the fact that it won't...

This report about the 52MM 0.43x Altura Photo Professional answers these questions

• Does this go well with Nikkor 18-140mm? how is the vignetting?
• So I just bought a Nikon D5300 with the 18-55mm VRII lens. Is that going to work with this wide angle lens?
• I just bought this nikon d3300. detach macro len. how do I attach to 18-55 len? this wide angle len too big not to fit?? thanks
• I only have 18-55mm, which one can I buy?
• Will this work on a canon ti5?? I ordered a macro lens but my camera lens is a 58mm lens so its to big. So if I order this could I use both?? Help!
• Will this work well with a T3i? Would I need an adapter as mentioned below or do I just have to screw it on and use?
• How close up will it focus? I need to focus on an object perhaps 6" away or even closer.
• Im so afarid if I get this it wont fit my 18-55 lens on my canon rebel t5i
• My boyfriend has a rebel t3i. what is the difference between the 72, 67,58,and 52 mm? he has a 55-300 and 18-55 lens. would this lens even be useful?
• Where is the attachment thing people say they are buying with it?
• I want to use the wide angle lense alone... can I do that or does it need to be attached to the macro portion?
• Will this work with d3200 18-55mm kit lens?
• Can I use this lens under water for scuba diving?!!
• So just double checking this will fit my canon t2i
• For Real estate photography, between this one and the same brand's fish-eye - which is better? Or how do they compare?
• How to separate both lenses (the macro portion from the wide angle lens)? I thought I needed to spin them, but it does not work
• Does this lens blur the edges or have a vignette effect when zoomed out? Thanks
• Does this product blurs the sides of the frame when you zoom out?
• Will this lens take a filter?
• Will this work on a sigma 35mm lense
• Will this lens work for 5d mk 2?
• Im new and just bought a Nikon d3300 and have an 18-55mm and 18-200 lens will it work with either of these lens?
• How can I get this to work on 77mm lens?
• Will it take good astrophotos? I have a cannon t3 rebel
• Anyone used the 58mm on the 50mm f/1.8 prime lens? Trying to decide on the 58mm or 52mm...any suggestions?
• Is this compatible with Canon 40D?
• I have a canon rebel t5i with a 18-55 lens will this product fit it?
• Could this work with a nikon D3300?
• Have a Canon T2i with a Sigma 18-200 lense. Will this work with my unit?
• Stupid question but...you add this on to an existing lens, correct? I am a newbie :)
• Can I use this indoors for a reception or would it distort people too much?
• Without the macro filter, the wide angle lens doesn't fit on my 72mm thread. Do I have to use both or is there something I'm missing?
• Would this fit and how well will this work with a Canon T5?
• Dumb question but can I do group selfie?
• Does it work with work with a nikon d3100??
• Just want to make sure before I purchase this. Would it fit nikon D7000 Af-S Nikkor 18-200mm?
• Is this good for potraits at all?
• This lens is in 2 parts what do you use the smaller part for?
• When I just attach the macro portion of this lens it is unbearable blurry..what am I doing wrong?
• Is like fish eye?
• I have a 18-200 lens w/62mm threads; if I used a an adapter ring to step down to a 58mm thread, would that work with my t2i camera?
• Everything I am reading states that it connects to other lenses, I was under the impression that this would mount right onto my camera body.
• I have canon eos rebel t3i digital slr camera with ef-s 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 is lens, which wide angle lens suits this? can I use it for 200mm lens also?



QUESTION: DOES THIS GO WELL WITH NIKKOR 18-140MM? HOW IS THE VIGNETTING?
Vignetting is pretty much visible, especially when you use the 18mm position of lens. I would say you probably wouldn't see any vignetting for the position of the len more than 30mm; (30-140mm). In the sense of wide-angle, it's pretty good and value for money. But, if you do not want to see the vignetting especially when using 18-30mm position of len, I would say this len doesn't do it all. But again, compare to the price and the performance it gives, it is worth your money.
Unknown if it works with Nikkor. The vignetting is awful. I've actually stopped using the lens due to the vigneting.
I bought this wide-angle attachment for my Nikon 18-140mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR AF-S DX lens. Unfortunately, vignetting is considerably visible at the 18mm end of the 18-140mm lens, especially when a lens protection filter (e.g. NC filter, UV filter) is already attached to the 18-140mm lens. When I take of the lens protection filter (, which I don't want to, though), vignetting is somewhat reduced, but still visible enough. Then, when I crop the image to make the vignetting invisible, the angle of view ends up just slightly wider than that of the 18mm end of the 18-140mm lens without this wide angle attachment. I would say this attachment doesn't go well with Nikon 18-140mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR AF-S DX. I decided to return this.
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QUESTION: SO I JUST BOUGHT A NIKON D5300 WITH THE 18-55MM VRII LENS. IS THAT GOING TO WORK WITH THIS WIDE ANGLE LENS?
In the information it will tell you the model of Nikon this will work with. You have the correct lens size.
You have to buy a adapter which would fits that ring. They are chiper just see your orginal ring and order adapter to fix wide angle lens.
As long as the front of the lens is 52mm, it should say on the inside front of the lens somewhere.
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QUESTION: I JUST BOUGHT THIS NIKON D3300. DETACH MACRO LEN. HOW DO I ATTACH TO 18-55 LEN? THIS WIDE ANGLE LEN TOO BIG NOT TO FIT?? THANKS
You have to verify your lens thread size. This Altura is compatible with 52mm thread size only. If your lens is also a 52mm you should be able to install it screwing it right in front of your lens just as you would do with a UV filter. PLEASE VERIFY YOUR CAMERA'S LENS THREAD SIZE BEFORE ORDERING. This lens is compatible with 52MM lenses only. Lens sizes vary regardless of camera brand or model. Your camera's lens thread size will be marked somewhere on the lens barrel or printed underneath your lens cap. This number is always preceded by a ""Ø"" (diameter) symbol. For example: Ø52 = 52mm lens thread size.
I just thread it in to the front of the existing lense.
You should be able to secure the macro/wide angle lens to the 18-55 by just twisting it on. Not too familiar with the 3300 but I'm pretty sure most, if not all, Nikons have threaded lenses. Mine does. If you need more help just look online for an instructional video.
ou can buy some Up ring adapters so you can use the macro, although I'm not sure if the result will be optimal. You can buy it at Amazon. Finding Fotodiox 7 Metal Step Up Ring Set, Anodized Black Metal 49-52mm, 52-55mm, 55-58mm, 58-62mm, 62-67mm, 67-72mm, 72-77mm. Greetings
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QUESTION: I ONLY HAVE 18-55MM, WHICH ONE CAN I BUY?
You can buy it , it will fit in the end of your 18-55 mm lens. Just find out if its a 55mm or a 58mm threads on the end of the 18-55 lens. Once you've determined that., you are golden Hope this helps.. Carina
If your lens takes 52mm filters, then the product mentioned should work.
If you are looking at this one, it's the one that fits on your kit lens.
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QUESTION: WILL THIS WORK ON A CANON TI5?? I ORDERED A MACRO LENS BUT MY CAMERA LENS IS A 58MM LENS SO ITS TO BIG. SO IF I ORDER THIS COULD I USE BOTH?? HELP!
Of course it will work on the Ti5. I may not understand the question correctly, but here goes. This is not an actual lens with a "mount". It is a screw-on attachment that fits any lens with a 67mm filter thread on the front. I use mine on a SIGMA 18-50mm F2.8-4.5 DC OS HSM. Hope this helps.
It will work on the ti5, as long as you have the right lens to screw it onto. I made the mistake of ordering this, and I didn't have the right lens. You need to have the 18-135mm lens for this to work (which the specs state, I just didn't read them correctly). I have a 18-55mm and 55-250mm lens, so I needed the 58mm version of this product. I returned this one and got the 58mm, and it works great.
This lens attachment does not care what camera you own. It screws onto your lens like a filter. If your lens is 58mm this 67mm will NOT work. However they do sell a 58mm version. I found I like to take it apart and use the macro portion more than the wide angle for the most part. I have 3 of these lens attachments now for 3 different lens'... so I guess I like them.
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QUESTION: WILL THIS WORK WELL WITH A T3I? WOULD I NEED AN ADAPTER AS MENTIONED BELOW OR DO I JUST HAVE TO SCREW IT ON AND USE?
At least using 18-135 works fine without an adapter.
If you have a standard size Cannon lens then it is a 55mm and the wide angle lens will screw onto whichever lens you have. This wide angle lens is not designed to work alone as far as I know. It must go onto an existing lens.
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QUESTION: HOW CLOSE UP WILL IT FOCUS? I NEED TO FOCUS ON AN OBJECT PERHAPS 6" AWAY OR EVEN CLOSER.
The macro is too magnified for that. This item really isn't recommended as a macro lens or as a wide angle for that matter. I had it for 2 days before sending it back due to the poor quality. Altura has some awesome products as does the Goja seller, but this item is not one of them.
A lot depends on your main lens ability to get close. It comes as two pieces one is a close up adapter when detached. We make low budget movies, this lens is fantastic for the price. My friend does all the editing and is a perfectionist. She did not know I had the lens on in some scenes until I told her, she immediately ordered more of these lenses for use on our other cameras as needed. When I first received and tried this lens I was shocked, this is a $25 lens ? Looking in B&H this is over $100. How can you go wrong ? Just looking at it you can see it is of quality construction, the photo quality results are fine. You can always spend $600 or more and maybe spot some differences.
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QUESTION: IM SO AFARID IF I GET THIS IT WONT FIT MY 18-55 LENS ON MY CANON REBEL T5I
I bought it. It fit my Canon t 5 I just fine.
It fits without an issue on my wife's Rebel T5i 18-55mm lens. She said you just have to be careful putting it on but its works like a charm. No need to worry.
It didn't fit for me. And I have the same lens
It fits perfectly on my EF-S 18-55mm, 58mm EOS Rebel T3!
#52MM_0.43x_Review

QUESTION: MY BOYFRIEND HAS A REBEL T3I. WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE 72, 67,58,AND 52 MM? HE HAS A 55-300 AND 18-55 LENS. WOULD THIS LENS EVEN BE USEFUL?
Your camera's lens thread size will be marked somewhere on the front of the lens barrel or printed underneath your lens cap.For example: Ø58 = 58mm lens thread size
Unsure how to answer the question. I bought this lens to take wider angle shots of small rooms. I'm a real estate agent, and have been using it specifically for small bathrooms.
This lens screws into the lens of the camera the same way that filters do. The 72, 67, 58 and 52 mm refers to the diameter of the filter that the lens takes. This is usually found on the lens. It is likely different for the two lenses. If you plan to get this for your boyfriend, it should be used with the 18-55 mm lens, as a wide angle attachment makes no sense on a telephoto lens.
#52MM_0.43x_Altura_Photo_Professional

QUESTION: WHERE IS THE ATTACHMENT THING PEOPLE SAY THEY ARE BUYING WITH IT?
The super macro? If this is what you are referring to, the super macro as at the base of the fisheye lens, down where you attach the fisheye to your lens. Rotate counter clock wise and you will get your super macro. Hope this helps.
I'm not sure what your referring to it has a Macro Attachment with the Product!
#52MM_0.43x

QUESTION: I WANT TO USE THE WIDE ANGLE LENSE ALONE... CAN I DO THAT OR DOES IT NEED TO BE ATTACHED TO THE MACRO PORTION?
It cannot be used alone as it screws onto your lens, like a lens filter would screw on.
This is a macro that converts a standard lens into a wide angle lends. It is not a stand alone lens. A stand alone lens goes for about $600 - so a macro is an affordable option. Macros are extra glass so they are a diminution in quality - but it's a diminution that you may want for some kinds of shots, they look more real for feature film backgrounds etc. The quality of this macro is very good. For the money it's an excellent option. I have many wide angle lenses but I often travel with a small macro to keep things light. And I don't have to worry about damage as much. I never travel without a macro like this. Best, James
It works attached to the macro
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QUESTION: WILL THIS WORK WITH D3200 18-55MM KIT LENS?
My is d3200,too. It works just fine.
Yes, the 52mm version should work fine. The front of your lens likely has a symbol of a circle with a line through it followed by a number. That number is the filter size, in your case it should be a 52 and any filter or attachment that size should be able to screw onto the front of the lens.
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QUESTION: CAN I USE THIS LENS UNDER WATER FOR SCUBA DIVING?!!
This was a gift for my husband and he said this would not work underwater. It isn't sealed and water would get inside.
I can't answer that with any real authority on the subject, if it's in a casing I don't see why it would be an issue. If it were accidentally exposed to seawater there's no electronic parts in it and it can be disassembled so water can't get stuck inside it so the only real danger would be corrosion if its not cleaned properly. It's basically just two magnifying lenses screwed together. You will probably need more light though since it's not a true compact macro/wide angle lens and has a much longer lens attached to it for light to travel through; which might not be great underwater.
I wouldnt , the seal is glued and maybe water can seep in somehow . Try an underwater lense
#52MM_0.43x_Altura_Photo_Professional

QUESTION: SO JUST DOUBLE CHECKING THIS WILL FIT MY CANON T2I
If you are using the kit lenses yes, they are 58mm.
EOS Rebel T2i is compatible with all Canon lenses in the EF lineup, including compact and lightweight EF-S lenses, ranging from ultra-wide angle to super telephoto lenses. From this information, I would stick with a Cannon lens that you are sure will fit this camera...
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QUESTION: FOR REAL ESTATE PHOTOGRAPHY, BETWEEN THIS ONE AND THE SAME BRAND'S FISH-EYE - WHICH IS BETTER? OR HOW DO THEY COMPARE?
I've never personally used the other fish eye lens you're talking about, but this one is pretty great. It's only fish eyed when you zoom out all the way, but if you zoom in a little you get the wide angle you're going to be looking for.
First of all what kind of DSLR Do you Have? And What lens are going to Use with this ?
The Fisheye Sould Heip some what but it Makes hall ways look Weird! I would suggest this particular one! Know if it's your profession like real estate then I would suggest a Tamron 10 x 24 mm lens for Nikon
This one is better than the Fisheye because fisheye looks funny when you take pictures of the hallways now I would suggest investing In a Tamron 10-24MM lens for Nikon
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QUESTION: HOW TO SEPARATE BOTH LENSES (THE MACRO PORTION FROM THE WIDE ANGLE LENS)? I THOUGHT I NEEDED TO SPIN THEM, BUT IT DOES NOT WORK
Sorry I returned the product! it wouldn't work for me
You are right, they do just screw together, just make sure you are not grabbing it too far over the line where they mate together. "Lefty Loosey" and you'll get it.
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QUESTION: DOES THIS LENS BLUR THE EDGES OR HAVE A VIGNETTE EFFECT WHEN ZOOMED OUT? THANKS
Yes it has a slight blurred effect around the edges and to get the wide angle effect you must have it zoomed all the way out and there is always a black ring around the edges you cannot get rid of.
I have not noticed a blurring effect, or not a very noticeable one anyway. It will vignette when zoomed out past a certain point but that's inherent to the camera not the lens. At around 21 mm and lower it'll vignette because the lens is so zoomed out that it's focusing inside the lens.
It has a vignette effect.
Yes, there is a vignette due to the lens (not the camera) I posted a review of the product where I have included pictures that show the same settings and photo with and without the wide angle attached.
#52MM_0.43x_Altura_Photo_Professional

QUESTION: DOES THIS PRODUCT BLURS THE SIDES OF THE FRAME WHEN YOU ZOOM OUT?
Yes it does, Depends on the Lens you use and how you use it. on the 18-55mm when you zoom out under 24mm, youll get some vignetting and optical blur. On the 50mm its not bad.
Yes! Don't buy it. I regret it. I bought it and like it for a week until I noticed the blur.
#52MM_0.43x

QUESTION: WILL THIS LENS TAKE A FILTER?
I have not found a filter holder large enough to fit it. So I say no so far.
Not a standard one as far as I can tell. Not a regular screw on one anyway with the threads on the inside. You could probably use one on the macro lens once the wide angle is unscrewed. The thread appears to be the same size as the camera's regular lens. The end of this adapter is larger than 58mm to accommodate the bigger lens. I would check the size with the manufacturer because it looks like you can thread into the end; it might just take some looking for the right type of filter with threads facing outwards, or you can try one of the filter holders that you just slip filter cards into, or you can jury-rig a DIY filter adapter with some of the cheap lens connectors on here.
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QUESTION: WILL THIS WORK ON A SIGMA 35MM LENSE
I think that depends on the filter thread size of your sigma lens, my Sigma 70-300mm for my Canon T3i has 58mm filter threads so I had to purchase the 58mm lens.
It depends on thread size. You have to see which thread size is on the front of your lens as it is stated on the web.
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QUESTION: WILL THIS LENS WORK FOR 5D MK 2?
If you are talking about the Canon EOS 5D Mark II then all you have to make sure of is that the inside treads of the lens you are attaching this too are 58mm. I have a Cannon EOS Rebel T5 and it works just fine on it...
Depends on the lenses you attach it to. This is an auxillary lens that must attach to the front of another lens. It would work fine on a 50mm lens for instance. What it works less satisfactorily for is attaching to an already wide lens, like a 24-105mm. That's when you will see the worst of its aberations and vignetting. But the bottom line is, this lens, like all auxillary lenses, adds quite a bit of aberations and distortions. For a fine camera like a 5D 2, you ought to stick with fine lenses designed for it.
#52MM_0.43x_Altura_Photo_Professional

QUESTION: IM NEW AND JUST BOUGHT A NIKON D3300 AND HAVE AN 18-55MM AND 18-200 LENS WILL IT WORK WITH EITHER OF THESE LENS?
Yes.probably it will.it goes on top of your lense
It will most likely work just fine. I use mine on a Panasonic Lumix 14 - 40 zoom. As long as the filter thread is right (52mm), it works on any lens.
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QUESTION: HOW CAN I GET THIS TO WORK ON 77MM LENS?
You need an adapter. They have them on b&h and on web. Or order this in the 77mm size they have them available as well. In wide angle lens.
As far as I know you can't. It is designed for a 58mm lens.
I'm not aware of any way to get it to work on a 77mm. the "macro" lens portion has a proprietary connection to the "fisheye" portion and will not attach to a normal lens. I guess you could use a converter but going from a 77 to 58 converter would produce a horrible image.
There is no way you can step down from 77 to 58 mm
IF you dont have a 58mm filter or lens to attatch it to then it will never fit. The threads on the back of the lens your trying to get threads onto the end of a 58mm.
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QUESTION: WILL IT TAKE GOOD ASTROPHOTOS? I HAVE A CANNON T3 REBEL
It depends on what you're trying to do, basic night photography with a telephoto. lens I am sure you can get pretty good pictures on a tripod small to medium aperture and a very slow shutter speed I think you should get some pretty good results.
yes
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QUESTION: ANYONE USED THE 58MM ON THE 50MM F/1.8 PRIME LENS? TRYING TO DECIDE ON THE 58MM OR 52MM...ANY SUGGESTIONS?
This is an okay lens for beginners. If you don't have a macro lens it will work too.
I use the 58 mm on my video camera with a step up ring. Bigger is better, it fits some of my other lenses directly, and annother video camera that requires a 58 to start with. Bigger (58) is more versitile.
You're going to have to adapt it to the 52mm thread, you will notice it cropping in the frame. I don't know how useful anything would be shot that way. On the other hand, the focus falls off pretty quickly with this WA so for my uses I am limited to pretty much the in focus areas and i have to crop out most of the rest anyways.
#52MM_0.43x_Altura_Photo_Professional

QUESTION: IS THIS COMPATIBLE WITH CANON 40D?
Yes order it and you can go to a specialty camera shop and have them get the right threaded fitments for you
I honestly do not know. I bought it for my ES Rebel. I would look it up on it's manufacturer website and contact them before purchasing. Love the lens though!!
#52MM_0.43x

QUESTION: I HAVE A CANON REBEL T5I WITH A 18-55 LENS WILL THIS PRODUCT FIT IT?
Yes, but the wide angle lens will only fit with the macro lens portion attached prior. The wide angle lens is not the right size to thread onto the standard 52mm rebel lens, in addition, the macro lens will only attach to an already attached 52mm lens, neither have the proper fixture to attach alone to the camera body.
It fits my 18-55 kit lens for the Canon Rebel t3i so it should work just fine on yours. :)
Jason, this lens attaches to another lens. Your lens has to be able to be threaded on the front. If your lens can't be threaded than this will not work. It can only be threaded onto a lens no bigger than 55. Hope this helps you decide.
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QUESTION: COULD THIS WORK WITH A NIKON D3300?
It fits on the lens not the camera the same way a lens filter would fit.
If you have the right size adapter ring
This item works with Nikon and Canon lenses. this fits onto the lens, it's doesn't attach directly to the camera so your camera model won't matter.
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QUESTION: HAVE A CANON T2I WITH A SIGMA 18-200 LENSE. WILL THIS WORK WITH MY UNIT?
You would have to have an adapter to use it. I had to return mine as it was threaded and not made to mount directly to my t3 rebel
This lens is 58mm therefore the lens on your camera must be 58mm. Check the underside of your lens cap and you might see it there or the documantation that came with your lens or lastly, look up your lens on the internet to see what the thread size is.
How are you doing Ed? Well first and foremost let me tell you this I would suggest that you look in the back of your camera lens it should indicate a 52MM if so this will work hopefully that helps have a blessed day
#52MM_0.43x_Altura_Photo_Professional

QUESTION: STUPID QUESTION BUT...YOU ADD THIS ON TO AN EXISTING LENS, CORRECT? I AM A NEWBIE :)
Yes, just make sure it's the right size.. It screws on to the front of existing lens. I love this lens.
Yes and it works great
Yes I added this to my walk about lens and so far it seems to work as advertised.
#52MM_0.43x

QUESTION: CAN I USE THIS INDOORS FOR A RECEPTION OR WOULD IT DISTORT PEOPLE TOO MUCH?
It will leave dark spots on wide angle
Yes that should be fine. I would suggest using something like an 10 or 18mm lens with it though. Also be careful using flash, if you're using the flash bulb on the camera itself sometimes the lens attachment will get in the way and leave a shadow :/
You'll definitely get a bit of distortion on the edges of the picture. But, I have to say that this works much better than others that I have tried. I use it for architecture interiors and it works good enough for me. If you post process your images you can get rid of most of the distortion.
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QUESTION: WITHOUT THE MACRO FILTER, THE WIDE ANGLE LENS DOESN'T FIT ON MY 72MM THREAD. DO I HAVE TO USE BOTH OR IS THERE SOMETHING I'M MISSING?
Mine was the same. Had to use both. Would be nice to use either/or.
I have a Nikon 3200d I bought this lens it fits just fine and takes wonderful photos
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QUESTION: WOULD THIS FIT AND HOW WELL WILL THIS WORK WITH A CANON T5?
As I understand, yes. Most Canon lenses are interchangeable.If the camera accepts EFS lens (as well as EF) it will work.
I am unfamiliar with Canon T5, i now it's list Canon T5i. But I'm a Nikon person myself. and it depends on what you are hoping to accomplish with the lens. The Macro portion works ok. It's definitely not a Prime lens, but it does the job. I don't really use rest of the lens
Fits any 58mm lens. Nikon or Cannon or whatever.
I don't have a Canon T5 but if you look on the lens of the T5 it'll tell you the mm size and if it's the same (58mm) then it will fit yes.
#52MM_0.43x_Altura_Photo_Professional

QUESTION: DUMB QUESTION BUT CAN I DO GROUP SELFIE?
yes you can.
Hi, If you put your camera on automatic zoom and face it towards yourself, you will be able to take a group selfie. In fact, I did the same thing.
Yes you can, but something lighter like a phone would be superior for that.
#52MM_0.43x

QUESTION: DOES IT WORK WITH WORK WITH A NIKON D3100??
Yep. Make sure the lens is a 52mm thread though.
I believe it would. A friend of mine that has the D3100 we share lenses. He let me practice with a wide angle lens he had and I attached it to my kit lens 18-55 mm and my 35mm. If you have either of these lenses it will attach to it. Thread size on the ends of both of the lenses is 52mm.
It should if the diameter of your camera is the same as the diameter of the lens. All that info can easily be looked up:)
If you lens has 52mm filter thread, you should be able to put this on. As far as image quality I wouldn't know... I have a Sony.
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QUESTION: JUST WANT TO MAKE SURE BEFORE I PURCHASE THIS. WOULD IT FIT NIKON D7000 AF-S NIKKOR 18-200MM?
This lens fit my Nikon D5300 model with default lens 55mm, no problem.
I have a cannon and it fits just fine but as a lens I don't like it.
#52MM_0.43x_Review

QUESTION: IS THIS GOOD FOR POTRAITS AT ALL?
A wide angle lens is really good for close up work. If you plan on taking a "head shot" it would work well. I use mine for close up work, i.e. flowers, birds, etc.. Good luck.
I was not totally happy with the results I got from the task I got this item for, I was looking for a wide-angle and macro. In the wide shots I got a major DOF issue starting at almost dead center of the image. I also saw this in the portrait shots. Not excited with the macro either but I will continue to search for the right situation where this lens will be helpful, it remains in my camera go-bag to this day.
#52MM_0.43x_Altura_Photo_Professional

QUESTION: THIS LENS IS IN 2 PARTS WHAT DO YOU USE THE SMALLER PART FOR?
One is the macro lens and the other is wide angles. I have yet to use it though. I hope this answers your question.
The smaller part is the macro lens.
For macro!
#52MM_0.43x

QUESTION: WHEN I JUST ATTACH THE MACRO PORTION OF THIS LENS IT IS UNBEARABLE BLURRY..WHAT AM I DOING WRONG?
It's designed to screw into the filter thread of an existing lens. What camera and what lens are you attaching it to?
You have to be very close to the subject, a couple of inches, to get a sharp picture, the foreground and the background will be blurry though.Make sure you attach the macro element not the front larger one.Smaller aperture - f11- or so will give you sharper picture if you have plenty of light.
How far are you from your subject? You have to be right on top of it, super close for it to be able to focus.
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QUESTION: IS LIKE FISH EYE?
Similar, but not entirely, just a wide angle. Fair optics for the price, enables the artist to get a little more in the frame.
It is a wide angle lens that might approach, but is not, a "fish eye."
#52MM_0.43x_Review

QUESTION: I HAVE A 18-200 LENS W/62MM THREADS; IF I USED A AN ADAPTER RING TO STEP DOWN TO A 58MM THREAD, WOULD THAT WORK WITH MY T2I CAMERA?
I don't see why it wouldn't, it could create a slight circular crop effect in the image with the lens all the way down to 18mm. I doubt that it would be terribly noticeable being that part of the image would probably get cropped out anyways in post. I'd be curious if the Altura has any effect with the lens dialed out to 200mm.
It would depend on if your adapter ring can have another lens attach to it. I know on one of my Nikon lens, it wouldn't work with a step down ring.
#52MM_0.43x_Altura_Photo_Professional

QUESTION: EVERYTHING I AM READING STATES THAT IT CONNECTS TO OTHER LENSES, I WAS UNDER THE IMPRESSION THAT THIS WOULD MOUNT RIGHT ONTO MY CAMERA BODY.
no it screws onto other lenses
It does only connect to other lens not your camera.
#52MM_0.43x

QUESTION: I HAVE CANON EOS REBEL T3I DIGITAL SLR CAMERA WITH EF-S 18-55MM F/3.5-5.6 IS LENS, WHICH WIDE ANGLE LENS SUITS THIS? CAN I USE IT FOR 200MM LENS ALSO?
Yes
I think so... To be sure, if you have both lenses, put them against each other to check the out measure of the mount. Compare the dimensions of the inside dents (the wide angle lens will be "screwed" into those). If they match, you should be fine. On the other hand, the Seller (Goja) offers this lens with a 100% client satisfaction commitment. If the lens won't fit, I'm absolutely sure they'll take it back and refund you. Ask them!
#Altura_Photo_Professional

QUESTION: WHAT IS THE AMAZON ASIN NUMBER FOR THIS PRODUCT?
The ASIN is B00K5550QE

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