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Reversing ring

I have a d3000 and have been given a BR-2A reversing ring to use for close up shots.....how do i use it as when its mounted its hard to see anything through the viewfinder?
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Does this BR-24 Reversing ring really works?

I am having nikon d5200 and 35mm lens, i want to do macro photography with riversing this lens by using
BR-24 Reversing ring. I am having doubt , that is it really works..Please help me
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Yes it works but it is not the easiest of ways to do macro, you will need a very steady tripod as well. It is also a matter of trial and error as everything has to be done manually as there are no connections to the lens so inevitably you will delete more images than you save. You may want to look at a set of extension tubes as these are easier to set up and use.
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