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Kenko Auto Extension Tube Set DG (12, 20 & 36mm Tubes) for Canon EOS Digital and Film Cameras

Kenko Auto Extension Tube Set DG (12, 20 & 36mm Tubes) for Canon EOS Digital and Film Cameras
alaAverage 4.6

10 reviews

Apr, 2014

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On average, users rate this product 92/100.

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Kenko Auto Extension Tube Set DG (12, 20 & 36mm Tubes) for Canon EOS Digital and Film Cameras

 

Indeed this is the poor man's macro method. I recently purchased a new EOS 30D along with 2 extra lens, but didn't have much leftover to get a macro lens I wanted. A friend suggested I install these on my 50mm and they work wonderfully. The only...

Relatively inexpensive, lightweight, cheap method to obtain macro without shelling out $$$ for an extra macro lens

You're not actually paying for any glass

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Kenko Auto Extension Tube Set DG (12, 20 & 36mm Tubes) for Canon EOS Digital and Film Cameras

 

These Kenko extension tubes are great! They have a solid construction with metal mounts and do exactly as advertised. They work perfectly with my Canon EF 100mm macro and give me greater magnification without any headache. They're simple devices that...

Inexpensive

None

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Kenko Auto Extension Tube Set DG (12, 20 & 36mm Tubes) for Canon EOS Digital and Film Cameras

 

Great magnification, acceptable picture quality while using with EF 24-70 f2.8 L lenses at 70 focal length.My favorite tube is the 20 mm. Auto focus can be achieve easily, and object in the picture is crispy sharp. When you stack all 3 tougher, you can...

light, easy to use, high picture quality

Might need to switch to manual focus when you stack all 3 rings together

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Kenko Auto Extension Tube Set DG (12, 20 & 36mm Tubes) for Canon EOS Digital and Film Cameras

 

These tubes are sturdy enough to cope with relatively heavy lenses. I wouldn't say the same of some of the generic tubes that are cheaper. They have metal mounts and the contacts have worked perfectly for me so far.

Sturdy, inexpensive

can't use ef-s lenses

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Kenko Auto Extension Tube Set DG (12, 20 & 36mm Tubes) for Canon EOS Digital and Film Cameras

 

I bought this set of extension tubes to replace my single Canon 25mm Extension Tube. For the money these can't be beat! The AF performs just as fast as the Canon version and it does its job at an affordable price. The only annoying thing is the play...

Price

More play between the lens and tube compared to Canon models

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Why Buy Canon?

 

These Kenko extension tubes are great! They have a solid construction with metal mounts and do exactly as advertised. They work perfectly with my Canon EF 100mm macro and give me greater magnification without any headache. They're simple devices that...

Inexpensive

None

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The poor man's macro

 

Indeed this is the poor man's macro method. I recently purchased a new EOS 30D along with 2 extra lens, but didn't have much leftover to get a macro lens I wanted. A friend suggested I install these on my 50mm and they work wonderfully. The only...

Relatively inexpensive, lightweight, cheap method to obtain macro without shelling out $$$ for an extra macro lens

You're not actually paying for any glass

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Good macro extension tubes for EOS SLR

 

Great magnification, acceptable picture quality while using with EF 24-70 f2.8 L lenses at 70 focal length. My favorite tube is the 20 mm. Auto focus can be achieve easily, and object in the picture is crispy sharp. When you stack all 3 tougher, you...

light, easy to use, high picture quality

Might need to switch to manual focus when you stack all 3 rings together

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Good quality extension tubes

 

These tubes are sturdy enough to cope with relatively heavy lenses. I wouldn't say the same of some of the generic tubes that are cheaper. They have metal mounts and the contacts have worked perfectly for me so far.

Sturdy, inexpensive

can't use ef-s lenses

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Kenko Extension Set

 

2005-11-05 11:52:48 I bought this set of extension tubes to replace my single Canon 25mm Extension Tube. For the money these can't be beat! The AF performs just as fast as the Canon version and it does its job at an affordable price. The only annoying...

Price

More play between the lens and tube compared to Canon models.

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