Today I’m going to talk about the Inmacus HD MAcro Filter Kit System. I got this in the mail and was super excited about getting this macro filter kit system.
This is what you get inside the box, lens clip, 3 filters, lens cloth and small pouch. It has the same type of lens clip like the 18mm HD Wide Angle Lens Kit. You can read more about that lens by >clicking here<.
Lens clip and three filters, +5, +8 and +10.
All three filters stacked up.
I made a slide show to show off the different close-ups with the filter kit. It starts with +5 and ends at +23.
One of the nicest things I like about this filter diopter system is there’s no vignette when you stack the filters on top of each other. The reason for that is the engineered filter frame. It’s 20% light than normal standard frames to prevent vignetting. The anodized matte black anti-finishing minimizes stray light reflections that show up on your photos. These filters are very well constructed, light and take beautiful macro photos with amazing clarity. The DoF (depth of field) with these filter are amazing, so your photos have that DSLR look to your photos. You can’t even tell I shot these with my iPhone 6 Plus.
The Inmacus HD Macro Filter Kit sells for $49.90 and worth it. What I hope they add in the future is to buy extra diopter filters, so you can make new macro combinations. I would like to another set of filters and see how far I can push these filter. They take a different type of macro, where you photos look more like you used a DSLR. You do get better clarity and nice depth of field photos. What else I like about these filters is I can take macro photos of larger flowers, like roses, hibiscus and other larger flowers. The Macro Filter Kit also works with iPhone 6s/6s Plus.
I want to thank the Inmacus team for letting me review their products. If you have any questions about this blog post please leave comments or contact Inmacus >HERE<. Have a great day and see you soon !!!