M48x0.75 Camera-Ring for Nikon by Explore Scientific Explore Scientific
M48x0.75 Camera-Ring for Nikon by Explore Scientific Explore Scientific
M48x0.75 Camera-Ring for Nikon by Explore Scientific Explore Scientific

M48x0.75 Camera-Ring for Nikon by Explore Scientific

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    Explore Scientific
    Sale price
    $39.99
    Regular price
    $39.99
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    Description

    The M48x0.75 Camera-Ring for Nikon by Explore Scientific is the ultimate camera accessory for anyone looking to get the perfect shot. Made with precision engineering, this camera ring is designed to fit seamlessly with your Nikon camera, allowing you to take stunning photos with ease.


    Designed with the professional photographer in mind, the M48x0.75 Camera-Ring is easy to use and highly efficient. Its unique design helps you capture every detail of your subject, so you can get the perfect shot every time.


    No matter what kind of photographer you are, the M48x0.75 Camera-Ring for Nikon is a must-have accessory. Whether you're shooting landscapes, portraits, or action shots, this camera ring will help you get the perfect picture.


    So why wait? If you want to take your photography to the next level, order your M48x0.75 Camera-Ring for Nikon by Explore Scientific today and start shooting like a pro!

    Features

    • Camera-specific bayonet adapter Canon EOS
    • Large female thread M48x0.75 mm
    • Free inner diameter of 41,2mm
    • No vignetting for full format sensors
    • Light path (overall length) is 8.0 mm
    • Made of matt black anodized aluminum
    • Weight only 30 grams

    Specs

    Item Number 05-10384
    Material Aluminum
    Color Black

     

    Warranty

    Limited USA One Year Warranty when product is registered within 60 days of purchase.


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