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Fotodiox Canon EOS Macro Extension Tube Set Kit for Extreme Close-up
By Fotodiox
4.1 out of 5 stars (131 Reviews)
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  • Will not alter optical quality
  • All Metal Construction
  • Multiple combinations available for multiple macro effects
  • Includes a 24 Month Manufacturer Warranty
Product Description:
A macro extension tube is a wonderful substitution to expensive macro lenses. It maintains the original optical quality while transforming the lens into a macro lens. It is far more desired then the add-on close-up lenses, which will alter the optical quality. The extension tube will work with all Canon EOS cameras, digital or film.

The camera mount coupling adapter and lens mount coupling adapter can be used independently of the extension tubes or you can add in the tubes for extreme Macro photography. Because no other optical components are added with this kit, the image preserves the original optical properties of the lens. This is an affordable and simple way to turn your existing lens into a MACRO LENS. This tube set includes a lens-coupling ring and a body-coupling ring; three extension tubes of various sizes are also included to build up to the desired magnification. Life size image can be achieved with this set up. See details specification at the table below. Specs are based on a 50mm f1.4 lens.

Compatible Cameras
(including, but not limited to)
Canon 1d/1ds, Mark II, III, IV, X, C, 5D, 5D Mark II/III, 7D, 10D, 20D, 30D, 40D, 50D, 60D, 60Da
Rebel xt, xti, xs, xsi, t1i, T2i, T3, T3i, T4, 300D, 350D, 400D, 450D, 500D, 550D, 1000D

The extension ring set has no electrical contact, so you will have to set your camera in manual focusing and manual exposure, or aperture priority mode for metering.
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1.0 out of 5 stars.  Do not buy! No aperture adjustments, gets stuck!, May 29, 2017
By Afalcone
Rhe part with the silver ring that connevts to your lens got stuck on my very ecpensive camera. The screw fell out snd I could not get it off. After some careful handy work with a knife I got it off. My Rebel T3 would not recognize this as a lens so I could not adjust my aperture. Sending it back. I guess theres a reason its so cheap! I would rather spend good money to get a macro lens that will work with my camera without getting stuck!

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5.0 out of 5 stars.  Very Impressed!, April 20, 2017
By R1XXBV9H0S3O7N", "R1XXBV9H0S3O7N_im
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!

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5.0 out of 5 stars.  Best bang for your buck you'll ever find!, April 13, 2017
By Bethany1985
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.

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3.0 out of 5 stars.  Meh, April 10, 2017
By KesseJ
Used with Canon 50mm f/1.8. These extension tubes work great for some macro work, but what makes them cheaper than the Canon versions is that they lack electrical contacts. Exposure must be set manually, and only the widest aperture can be used on your lens. Thus the depth of field, which is always a limitation with macro photography, is very shallow when using these with the 50mm 1.8.

I thought these would provide better quality than the macro filters, because they do not involve any more glass, but they take up more space, reduce the functionality of an EF lens, and don't provide much in terms of improved image quality.

I carry my macro threaded filters more than these extension tubes.

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4.0 out of 5 stars.  Pretty good product for the price. Just need to know what you are doing., March 30, 2017
By CameraGuyFL
Not bad at all for the price. One of the sections is sort of a different color/texture than the other, but no big deal. Works well. I almost returned this product out of ignorance! You really have to get very close to the subject, as I was testing with a Canon 50mm 1.4 lens. Since many Canon EF lenses have no aperture ring you will have to set the aperture before connecting to this extension tube.

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5.0 out of 5 stars.  Picture attached for reference, January 28, 2017
By John C
This cheap product works out great. I think it would be best for me to explain how much it increases magnification by showing you a picture of my first use right out of the box. I used it on my macro lens with all of the tubes for the max magnification it allowed. On the left is the Macro Lens by its self and on the right is the same macro lens with the extension tube attached.

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