SubSee Magnifier Lens

SubSee Magnifier Lens


SubSee Magnifier Lens is a high-quality close-up lens specifically designed for underwater photographers and videographers. It may be used on its own or mounted in a SubSee Adapter for maximum convenience. Its features include:

Large Diameter: A 52 mm diameter lens offers a wide field of view compatible even with full-frame DSLR cameras (36 mm x 24 mm sensors).

Multiple Power Options: Available in either +5 or +10 diopter versions. Choose the power best-suited to your style of photography, or get both for the most flexibility. The +10 version can increase your camera lens' magnification by up to 3.5x! The +10 diopter gives 50% magnification with a 60mm lens, and over 100% magnification with a 105mm lens.

Sealed, Multi-element, Coated Optics: Because SubSee's optics are air-sealed, they retain full power underwater. Multiple lens elements (either 2 or 4 depending on strength) virtually eliminate pincushion distortion and chromatic aberration. Furthermore, anti-reflective coatings on all lens surfaces increase image brightness.

Standard 67 mm Mounting Thread: The SubSee Magnifier offers an industry-standard 67 mm thread. Screws directly onto many underwater housing ports!

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SubSee Magnifier Lens

SubSee Magnifier Lens is a high-quality close-up lens specifically designed for underwater photographers and videographers.

  • Size and weight - It is less than half the weight of most close-up adapters, and is considerably more compact.
  • Power - The sealed +10 diopter version is the most powerful in the industry.
  • Modularity - Both the swinging adapter arm and the SubSee optic are interchangeable to accommodate different magnifier sizes and strengths.
  • Convenience - The hinged arm keeps the magnifier in place when you need it and out of the way when you don't.
  • Versatility - The SubSee Magnifier can be removed for use as a handheld magnifier.
  • Super-macro photography/videography: achieve unprecedented magnification to reveal intricate details in your images.
  • Marine life enthusiasts: closely observe tiny creatures to make a positive ID
  • Divemasters or marine life educators: show clients/students unusual finds
  • Marine scientists: inspect corals, creatures and fishes in situ, before (or in lieu of) collection
  • The visually impaired: read dive gauges, your watch, etc.


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