Reversing rings for Canon EOS.
One side of the ring has the fitting for the lens mount
The other side has a filter thread to attach to the lens.
Fitting a lens reversed onto a camera will often turn it into an effective macro lens. The effect will vary from lens to lens. Since the lens is fitted reversed, there will be no control of the lens from the camera. It is important that a lens is used where the aperture can be controlled manually. Older lenses are often ideal for this use as they usually have an adjustable aperture ring.
- As the lens attaches using the filter ring it is easy to mount any brand of lens this way.
- Note – the sample images may show other lens brands.
- This is an inexpensive way to try out macro photography and often a great way to make use of your older manual lenses.