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Bolo Canon EOS Macro Extension Tube Set Kit for Extreme Close-up, fits Canon EOS 1d,1ds,Mark II, III, IV, 5D, Mark II, 7D, 10D, 20D, 30D, 40D, 50D, 60D, Digital Rebel xt, xti, xs, xsi, t1i, t2i, 300D, 350D, 400D, 450D, 500D, 550D, 1000D with FREE MICRO CLEANING CLOTH

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  • Great addition to any Photographers Tools and Accessories
  • 1 x Camera Mount Coupling Adapter; 1 x Lens Mount Coupling Adapter; 1 x Extension Tube 1; 1 x Extension Tube 2; 1 x Extension Tube 3, 1 x Micro Fiber Cloth"
  • Composed of light-weight metal
  • You can create any combination of the tubes for various Macro Effects
  • Easy to store and carry with you wherever the shoot location.

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Product Dimensions 3.2 x 2.7 x 2.6 inches
Item Weight 4 ounces
Shipping Weight 4 ounces
ASIN B004UM7124
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Item model number 485604
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3.4 out of 5 stars 130 customer reviews

3.4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #80 in Camera & Photo > Camera & Photo Accessories > Lens Accessories > Extension Tubes
Date first available at Amazon.com March 31, 2011

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I was excited to receive this extension kit. I am a very novice photographer and am still learning how to use the new accessories I have recently received, including this one. A word of warning, the box contains the extension kit and NOTHING else - no instructions. I put the set on my camera, it fit very easily and my lens hooked on very easily as well. BUT, then I couldn't get it off! Just remember, this set unscrews into 4 different rings, and the pin on the side has to be pushed down in order to take your lens off. When I first placed this on my camera, the rings wouldn't budge and neither would the pin. I finally got the rings to unscrew, but I still couldn't get the final one off of my lens! I had to come back to Amazon and find a review that told me how to get the lens off. Even then, I had to push on the pin really hard before it finally moved. Once I finally got it budged, it moved very easily. I would highly recommend unscrewing all of the rings and pushing the pin BEFORE you put it on your camera!!
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These extension tubes work great and I'd recommend to others, as long as you know what you're getting into. Their are no electronics, so if you're shooting digital you'll have to set your aperture before removing the lens, and of course it's manual focus only.

Construction is cheap, but as expected. I use these with a 50mm 1.4 and a 7D. It fits snugly on both the lens and body end.

Canon brand tubes would be far superior in every way, but a full set like this would cost hundreds of dollars. With these you can have a lot of fun and get introduced to macro for $15.
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Having read the negative reviews that the extension tube is hard to be taken off from the lens, I was very reluctant to buy this product. Finally I decided to make a try at the cost of dumping it in case it is useless. The product arrived almost a month earlier than the shipper promised. It's not as hard to take off the lens from the extension tube as some consumers complained. The product came in a plastic mailing bag without any user's manual. You have to figure out how to use it all by yourself. Actually it's very easy to take the lens off. There is only one screw in all tubes so it's very easy to locate the screw. Make sure to loosen this screw. Don't worry that the lens will fall off once the lens is attached. The procedure to attach/take off the lens to the tube is just the same as the regular way the lens is attached to the camera, and the tube to camera as well (align the red dot, push the button on the camera to take off the lens etc). When you want to take the lens off just put the tube on the table with the lens facing you. Push down the above mentioned screw with the thumb of one of your hand and turn the lens counterclockwisely with the other hand. The lens is taken off right away. At the price of $7.88 including S&H it's worth the money. As the most reviews say you can't use auto focus and control the aperture. The distance from lens to the object is extremely close. You may have to make a few attempts to find the appropriate distance. Then you can put the camera on the tripod and take picture. I recommend this product if you want to experience the extreme macro photography.
Suggestion:
1. Use tripod and remote cord.
2. Use lens with f= 105mm to get best field depth.
3. Disregard setting aperture as the aperture is fixed at maximum size as long as you attach the extension tube to the lens.
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I got this to play with macro, I didn't want to spend $50, much less $200, to try something I might not use that much.

It came in a simple box, well packaged but not fancy (says the guy that wraps presents in newspaper and duct tape, with the recipient's name signed using a glue gun), and a day earlier then I expected which was really convenient. It does *not* autofocus, which I wouldn't have used anyways so I don't consider it a negative. The metal was actually surprisingly good, I've bought cheap stuff that works but, well, get what you pay for and I expected this to not be high quality... Again, not fancy, but it felt good and not some cheap material. When I stacked all three with a Canon 28-135mm f3.5-5.6 - just to see how a different lens would work, I usually use the 50mm f1.8 - it felt a tad wobbly at times, but only a tad and nothing that concerned me. Didn't feel any wobbling with the smaller, 50mm f1.8.

Another big plus with it is that it comes in different strengths (1, 2, 3) which can be combined for a max of 6 - which I haven't even tried - and I really like that because it covers basically the whole range of macro and doesn't limit me, from a flower filling the frame to well nigh microscopic. And it's much cheaper then other solutions, and not as fragile as bellows. All in all, highly recommend to anyone who wants to play with macro photography as this allows you to find out what part of it you like with little cost.

My only recommendation is if you do get into it, and it really goes for any part of macro photography, is to keep in mind using another light source. Lamps, big flashlights, speedlights, etc. etc. because you really need those external flash sources to pull it off most of the time as it gets preetty dark pretty quickly. But for $12, can't go far wrong, can you? Just don't buy pizza tonight and you're golden!
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