What you will need:
- Empty toothpick box
- Hair band
- Some sticker paper/electric tape etc.
Step 1: Prepare Yor Camera
Unscrew your lens and remove sticker covering four screws that hold the whole lens together.
Step 2: Take Your Lens Apart!
- part with actual lens
- part with focus distance numbers (we wont need that)
- part that that screws to the camera
Step 3: Toothpick Box
I bet you have this box laying somewhere in your kitchen, now its time to use it!
But first clean it. Seriously, do it. We don't want any debris in you camera chamber now do we?
Step 4: Toothpic Box 2
Now fit part of the lens containing the glass in the hole you just cut out.
It might not fit at first try, so what I did is, I warmed up edges of this box with a lighter and when it was still warm, I squeezed lens in. Just don't melt it, that would be a bummer!
Step 5: Screw Part
just put it on the screw part, for a nice tight fit. Yup, that's it. Not really heroic, is it?
Step 6: Final Assembly!
Thanks to hairband, the whole lens doesn't fall apart and sits nice and fit (maybe it is a hero after all.)
Step 7: Finishing Touches
You can choose whatever colour you like (it sounded almost like I had any influence on it in the first place).
Since there's no focus in this lens, you do that by moving towards and away from object you want to take photo of. Also, I recommend using tripod because it just looks more professional... jk, You might want to use Knostruktor in Bulb mode while using this lens.
Ahh, almost forgot to add, you can totally take it apart and use standard lens whenever you want, its not permanent. (But why would you do that, its such a nice macro lens!)