This page presents sample photos that demonstrate the close-up facilities of the "pure" Leica X Vario with one ro more any close-up lenses. Some of these photos might even be called "macros"... I focus on the diopters of the lens or lens combination, not on the specific lenses (close-up lenses or achromats).
From my experiments with close-up lenses, I calculated the following (about) maximum magnifications for achromats/close-up lenses and their combinations:
Note: More information about close-up photos with the "pure" Leica X Vario can be found on page Leica X Vario: Close-Up Experiments - No Lens. I deal with what can be achieved with close-up lenses (or achromats) on pages Leica X Vario: Close-Up Lens Experiments - Part 1, Leica X Vario: Close-Up Lens Experiments - Part 2, and Leica X Vario: Close-Up Lens Experiments - Part 3. Page Close-up Lens Experiments - Summary summarizes my close-up experiments with the Leica X Vario.
The following photos were taken without any close-up lens, with the Marumi +5 and the Dörr +10 achromat, with both achromats, and finally with both achromats and a B+W +5 close-up lens, to demonstrate the kinds of macro photos that you can use them for on a Leica X Vario. The photos were taken with manual or autofocus (distance 30 cm, 70 mm focal length equiv., f/11, ISO 800). Note that these photos primarily serve to demonstrate the achievable magnification, not the sharpness. Using both achromats (and more...) together requires a tripod for acceptable results (high ISO values may help a little if you do not use a tripod...).
No close-up lens
Marumi +5 achromat
Dörr +10 achromat
Marumi +5 and Dörr +10 achromats (+15 diopters)