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benveniste

Boston Area, US
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benveniste Moderator Awarded for is high level skills in various areas, including Macro and Landscape Photography Donor Ribbon. Awarded for his generous suppport to the Fundraising Campaign 2014 Donor Ribbon awarded for his very generous support to the Fundraising Campaign 2015 Nikonian since 25th Nov 2002
Sat 04-Feb-12 02:54 PM | edited Sat 04-Feb-12 02:55 PM by benveniste

It was time (again!) to reorganize my "photo junk drawer," which contains the small bits and bobs I've accumulated over the years. Here are the various adapter rings I found (so far):

46mm->52mm, 49mm->52mm, Bay50->52mm.
52mm->62mm, 55mm->62mm (x2), 58mm->62mm
58mm->67mm, 62mm->67mm
58mm->72mm, 62mm->72mm, 67mm->72mm
72mm->77mm
4 adapter rings for the Nikon SB-21 ring light.
5 adapter rings for the Nikon R1 system, plus the main ring.
52mm ring for the Cokin A system.
52mm,55mm,58mm,62mm,67mm,72mm,77mm,and 82mm rings for the Cokin P system.
A Nikon BR-2A
62mm<-->62mm and 67mm<-->67mm Macro Reversing Rings.

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