Get Closer to What You Love

    When you are falling in love with someone, you want to get closer to them. You want to share things together. The same is true when taking a picture. Sometimes you want to take a closer look, maybe catch a glimpse of something that you’d never seen before. For this, you need the macro mode.

    When you first started taking pictures with a compact digital camera, you probably noticed that object sometimes blur close up. In fact, when they switch from a compact camera to a mirrorless or DSLR camera, that’s why people often purchase a macro lens. They want to capture a more detailed and lively look at the objects they love.

    In the NX lens lineup, the 60mm F2.8 macro lens satisfies just such a need. Many NX users are fascinated with this lens thanks to its surprisingly clear and sharp pictures. Let’s discover what’s so magical and attractive about the macro lens.

    The same objects look totally different from close up
    How do you describe the image of flowers? Is it a series of petals attached to a stem? Or is it lone figure trembling in the wind? If you zoom in on a flower with a macro lens, you will see their distinctiveness, the aspects that have made them a symbol of beauty.

    NX20 | 1/100s | f/10.0 | 60mm | ISO 100NX20 | 1/100s | f/10.0 | 92mm (35mm format)| ISO 100

    Zoom in with a macro lens, a beautiful flower

    NX100 | 1/125s | f/22.0 | 60mm | ISO 100NX200 | 1/125s | f/22.0 | 92mm(35mm format) | ISO 100

    Discovering the hidden beauty of a colorful sunflower

    NX20 | 1/5s | f/13.0 | 60mm | ISO 100

    NX20 | 1/5s | f/13.0 | 92mm (35mm format)| ISO 100

    Looking carefully into a flower reveals other cute flowers blossoming inside

    NX20 | 1/25s | f/14.0 | 60mm | ISO 100NX20 | 1/25s | f/14.0 | 92mm (35mm format)| ISO 100

    elion seeds look like beautiful flowers

    Add beauty to beautiful objects
    A fascination with beauty leads to the discovery of yet more beauty, new beauty, a beauty never before experienced. When you get closer to an object, you discover its hidden beauty – and with a good macro lens, you can capture it.

    NX20 | 1/8s | f5.6 | 60mm | ISO 100NX20 | 1/8s | f5.6 |92mm(35mm format) | ISO 100

    A fascination with beauty leads to the discovery of marvelous rose

    NX20 | 1/25s | f/7.1 | 60mm | ISO 100NX20 | 1/25s | f/7.1 | 92mm(35mm format) | ISO 100

    Grasses in watercolor

    NX100 | 1/250s | f/5.6 | 60mm | ISO 100NX200 | 1/250s | f/5.6 |92mm(35mm format) | ISO 100

    This cute frog has the best home of all

    NX210 | 1/80s | f/3.5 | 60mm | ISO 400NX210 | 1/80s | f/3.5 | 92mm (35mm format)| ISO 400
    An adorable  hedgehog! Wink

    Wanting to get closer to the things you love is only nature. The NX 60mm F2.8 macro lens lets you do so photographically. NX will help you document, from close up, all the beauties of the world.


cyprian Says:

November 19, 2012 at 11:36 am

lovely pics


Jodie Says:

January 2, 2013 at 1:28 am

Thank you for your interest. Please look for our new photos, too!


Sue Lloyd Says:

July 6, 2014 at 8:25 pm

I have just bought the 60mm lens for my nx300 so am looking for some tips shooting with this lens, I have just done a beginners photography course as I wanted to use the camera in manual settings


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