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Fotodiox Pro Canon Eos Auto Macro Extension Tube Set Kit For Extreme Close Up With Autofocus And Aut

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Description

  • Any combination of tubes can be used for various reproduction ratios
  • No optical insert - maintains lens optical quality
  • Maintains the electronic functions of the lens, including auto-focus and auto-exposure
  • Kit of three extension tube sections: 13mm, 21mm, and 31mm.
  • 24 Month Manufacturer Warranty

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Customer Reviews

Your neighbors will LOVE you.Having previously purchased the Fotodiox Pro FD lens adapter, and being interested in extending my range for long distance shooting, I purchased this budget alternative for the Canon teleconverter. One of the features that really caught my eye was the compatibility with EF and EF-S lenses, and the pin set for AF and IS. So far, the results have been as expected. The effective range is dramatically longer, and the image quality suffers only minor degradation to the amateur eye. I will say that the camera body does not recognize the extended focal length, therefore, your images will show the focal length of the lens as if there were no extender attached. This is not a deal breaker, especially at this price, but it would be nice if the information were able to be translated accurately. The product exemplifies a very high standard for build quality, as evidenced by the workmanship and materials. The extender feels durable and solid, and the mount is both smooth and tight fitting. The release button does not depress straight down, rather, it is pressed sideways to release the lens from the extender. This is not immediately intuitive, and may take some time to get used to, but no negative effect on function or quality. If you want to extend your focal range, but can't afford lenses in the thousands of dollars, this is a very suitable option. 4Cannot get to fully closed aperture, only f/5.6 or f/8ishThis lens adaptor looks well machined and feels sturdy in my hand, but every breech-lock mount lens I put on it does not work correctly, more specifically, the aperture is not allowed to operate its full range I can only seem to get it to go between wide open to about 50% closed, around f/8 or so depending of course on which lens I am using.I have three breech-lock mount lenses, two made by Sears, and the other made by Star-D (probably all made by Samyang) and they all act the same way. Upon further inspection, it appears that the breech-lock collar that is supposed to rotate around the mount on the camera only turns a little bit before it is synched down and will not rotate any more. If I really grip it, and force it to rotate just a little more, then I can get a little more range out of the aperture, but only a stop or two, never getting any where near f/22. Those three breech-lock mount lenses all work great on my AE-1 and the collar rotates a lot more when connected to that camera.I do have one Canon branded lens that is a bayonet mount and it works well with this adaptor, allowing full range of the aperture with no problems. The difference is that is doesn t have the rotating collar to synch-lock the lens onto the camera s body mount.My guess is that there is some machining tolerance that wasn t set right when the adaptor was manufactured, probably only a couple thousandths of an inch, but enough nonetheless.I m unhappy that this only seems to work correctly with bayonet mount lenses when the instructions state that it will work with that and breech-lock lenses.I haven t seen anyone else anywhere mention this type of problem, maybe I just got a bad adaptor? 1Very Impressed!This product is amazing and returns astonishing macro results. The pictures are proof, and for the price why wouldn't you want to buy this product?I use a Canon 70D Ethan had an EF mount. The lens mount piece locks into place and the camera fram mount also locks into place. I achieved the below results with a 50mm lens and all extensions attached. The liquid in the cup is carbonated water.Since these extension tubes do not have the electrical connections, you will need to mount your lens to your camera and set the apature to the largest setting. Then, turn off your camera, mount the extension tubes to your lens and then to your camera. Now you are ready! Get as close as you can to your subject then back away slowly and manually focus the lens. A tripod is recommended to reduce camera shake for obvious reasons.The quality of the extension tubes are great! No flaws in the metal.Don't miss this opportunity for macro photography without having to invest in an expensive lens! 5Works on EF-S lensBought it for my Canon Rebel SL1 and works perfectly with the stock 18-55mm IS STM EF-S & optional 55-250mm IS STM EF-S lens. Completely locks into the camera body, both lens lock in all the way and all contacts are making the connection. IS and AF works perfectly. Turns my 250mm into a 500mm and really don't need a tripod because the IS feature still works. Pics come out sharp, perfect. Really no loss in resolution when you edit, zooming in and cropping. I use it on sunny days taking pictures of birds & other small critters. Fantastic resolution, colors in detail. Noticed all the others only work with the EF and not the EF-S series of lens. This one does both, perfectly. Fantastic price too. Ordered it on a late Saturday and was in my mail box early Monday morning. As always, Amazon has great shipping. 5Extremely close to a genuine 600mm lens.I have a 75 - 300mm Canon lens and this allows me to simulate a 600mm lens. A friend with a Tamron 150 - 600mm lens and I shot the same subject at the same time (same white balance, lighting, ISO and shutter speed) with remarkably similar results. She told me later she wishes she had not spent the ~$900 on the lens and had gotten this device instead. 5Best bang for your buck you'll ever find!Let me preface this by saying that I thoroughly enjoy photography as a hobby. It goes without saying that it can become an expensive hobby. But I'm the type of person who believes it's more about the skill than the fancy equipment. I figure if I can somehow teach myself to take decent pictures with as little cost as possible, then maybe I can truly understand and appreciate the art of photography. Enter macro photography. I saw pictures of snowflakes that were absolutely mesmerizing and I just KNEW I wanted to try my hand at macro photography. After seeing that the Canon macro lens runs around $1,000 and several failed attempts at getting a cheap $30 lens attachment to produce adequate results, I decided to give these extension tubes a shot. By the time I stumbled across these and purchased them, the last snowfall had already passed. Its spring in Wisconsin, so I've been practicing on all the sprouting buds in my backyard. I am amazed by the results. Will it take practice? Of course. I didn't even realize how to keep the depth of field selected on a lens while removing it before I tried these tubes. But I think you absolutely cannot go wrong here, especially considering the cost. I am definitely satisfied with this product and will recommend it to anyone who really wants to dig in and understand the world of macro photography. For reference, I shoot on a Canon rebel t3i and used my Canon 55-250 lense for these shots. 5A nice buy, works just how it should!At this price, why not give macro a try? Do a little research first since it's not exactly and plug and play accessory for the camera, but they really aren't tough to use and can get exactly the same result as the name brand tubes costing 10 to 20 times more. The main thing to keep in mind is that you lose autofocus as and you lose aperture control, otherwise it's just adding air space so there's not really much difference when you step up in cost. If you need to set you aperture, use the DOF trick. Just set your aperture and then press the DOF preview button. Then keep holding it down while you release the lens and it stays set. As far as focus, manual isn't as bad as you'd think for non-moving subjects.As far as the product itself, it's pretty nice for the price. Doesn't have the finely machined feel of an expensive lens or filter, but it's not cheap junk either. The threads all turn smoothly with no resistance, and the lens and camera mounts fit tightly.And as a final note, don't even think about trying to use this without off camera lighting. Even in daylight, the pics will likely turn out underexposed when focused in this closely unless you have some extra lighting to hold up to the subject. The on camera flash is useless when you're focused on something half an inch away from your lens as well. 5Great Macro Extension Tube for the price.This video shows how to use the Fotodiox Canon EOS Macro Extension Tube for Extreme Close-up. 5Great for using FD lenses on APC-S sensor cameras (Rebel T5) but not perfectMy partner wanted to get back into photography and she wanted to upgrade from her older Rebel T1i to a newer camera and went with the Rebel T5 which was on sale. She was ecstatic when she saw how wonderful my pictures came out when I was shooting on a Panasonic G7 and with older Canon FD lenses using a focal reducer.We got this adapter to go with her Rebel T5 and she paired it with a vintage Canon FD 50mm f1.8 lens. We noticed a lot of haziness and softness at f1.8. I thought it may be the lens itself, maybe fungus or debris. We thoroughly checked the lens and it's extremely clean, almost perfect. The adapter is clean as well.Also, the other thing I questioned was the crop factor since there's a glass in the adapter. I conducted a quick test. A tripod was set up 4ft from my test bench. I mounted my own Rebel T5 on it with both a vintage Canon FD 24mm f2.8 lens using this adapter and a Canon EF-S 24mm f2.8 lens. From the results you can see the crop factor on the vintage lens compared to the standard EF-S lens. Being at f2.8 also caused the haziness in the image.Overall the adapter is decent. For the price it does its job on being able to use vintage FD lenses on a Canon Rebel camera. Moving the f-stop up at least one above your lowest will help clear up your images and prevent the haziness. I didn't give the adapter a perfect five stars due to this concern and at the same time I avoided three stars because the cost is a lot lower than other adapters with glass elements. It's good for using vintage lenses but just keep in mind its limitations. 4It is designed to work like it doesThese work as advertised. They lock up real tight.One comment to everyone that has said that they've had trouble getting them off of their camera once snapped in -If you look at the set you will see the end that attaches to your camera has that small bolt sticking out. You have to push that forward (away from the camera in line with your lens) to get the ring to release from your camera. It is designed to work like it does.If I had a suggestion for the manufacturer it would be that the little bolt thing-a-ma-doo-dad works ok (once you realize how to get it to release) - using a lever style or something that is angled so that it is easier to get too - and / or - simply putting an arrow with the words push -> to release . . . . would both make it more noticeable aiding the people who buy the product . . . and aiding you by not having them return something as defective after having tried to not destroy their camera getting it off - because you didn't give the most simple description of how to get it to release.)They do work and work pretty smoothly once you realize what you have to do to get it to release but the other issue with how you have this built is there's not a lot of space between the camera body and your little bolt head.Anyone considering buying these - no worries they seem to work just fine but it's pretty important to know how to get the thing to release - and that little gizmo is really the only thing about these that isn't what I'd call pretty decent manufacturing. It works it's just kind of crude compared to the rest of the product. 4
Fotodiox Pro Canon Eos Auto Macro Extension Tube Set Kit For Extreme Close Up With Autofocus And Aut

Fotodiox Pro Canon Eos Auto Macro Extension Tube Set Kit For Extreme Close Up With Autofocus And Aut

4.0
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€112,00
Sale price
€112,00
Regular price
€184,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€72,00)