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FotodioX Macro Bellows for Nikon F

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FotodioX Macro Bellows for Nikon F
Key Features
  • For Nikon F Cameras and Lenses
  • Increases Magnification Ratio
  • Bellows Extension: 1.6-5.9"
  • Rack and Pinion Gear, Locking Thumbscrew
Well-suited for extreme close-up shooting, this Macro Bellows from Fotodiox is designed for Nikon F-mount cameras and lenses. This bellows has an adjustable 1.6-5.9" extension range, and is used to increase a lens's maximum magnification up to 8:1 for macro applications. A rack and pinion gear is used for smoothly adjusting the extension amount and a printed scale in millimeters helps to ensure consistent, repeatable settings. An integrated thumbscrew also lets you lock your position in place and suits working with heavier equipment or when shooting at a steep angle. The bellows frame is constructed from anodized aluminum-alloy and there is also an integrated 1/4"-20 socket for attaching directly to a tripod or quick release plate.
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FotodioX MACRO-BELLOWS-NIKF Overview

Well-suited for extreme close-up shooting, this Macro Bellows from Fotodiox is designed for Nikon F-mount cameras and lenses. This bellows has an adjustable 1.6-5.9" extension range, and is used to increase a lens's maximum magnification up to 8:1 for macro applications. A rack and pinion gear is used for smoothly adjusting the extension amount and a printed scale in millimeters helps to ensure consistent, repeatable settings. An integrated thumbscrew also lets you lock your position in place and suits working with heavier equipment or when shooting at a steep angle. The bellows frame is constructed from anodized aluminum-alloy and there is also an integrated 1/4"-20 socket for attaching directly to a tripod or quick release plate.

UPC: 812759015002

FotodioX MACRO-BELLOWS-NIKF Specs

Lens MountNikon F
Bellows Extension1.6-5.9" / 40-150 mm
Tripod Mount1/4"-20 socket
MaterialAluminum-alloy frame with black anodized finish
DimensionsNot specified by manufacturer
WeightNot specified by manufacturer
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.95 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)14.35 x 7.25 x 4.5"
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The person who left a review for this product said he could not connect his 105mm macro, what is the reason for this ?
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