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FUJIFILM MCEX-45G WR Macro Extension Tube

BH #FUMCEX45G • MFR #16576893
FUJIFILM MCEX-45G WR Macro Extension Tube
Key Features
  • For FUJIFILM G-Mount Lenses/GFX Cameras
  • 45mm-Long Tube
  • Increases Maximum Magnification
  • Shortens Minimum Focus Distance of Lens
Shortening the Minimum focusing distance of FUJIFILM G-mount lenses, this MCEX-45G WR Macro Extension Tube enables you to achieve a greater maximum magnification for close-up shooting. This 45mm-long tube enables macro-like performance for lenses not otherwise able to focus closely, and since the tube does not contain any optical components the image quality of the original lens is maintained. Additionally, integrated contacts maintain full autofocus and auto-exposure functionality.
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Length
18mm
45mm
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Can you stack two of these together to further ...

Can you stack two of these together to further increase magnification?
Asked by: Jeffrey
Fujifilm has not rated this to be stacked and it is not recommended to use.
Answered by: Yaakov
Date published: 2022-09-20

Will this extension tube work with the GF ...

Will this extension tube work with the GF 100-200mm f/5.6?
Asked by: Scott
Extension tubes are specific to a lens mount, not to any particular lens. The G extension tubes will work with any GF lens. The 100-150mm focal range covers most of the common macro range.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2019-12-27

How much does this increase the magnification ...

How much does this increase the magnification when used with the 120mm gfx macro? In other words, with this extension tube 1:2 magification becomes 1:?..
Asked by: Diego
Fuji 120mm is Maximum Magnification: 1:2 with this Macro Extension Tube you will bring it closer to 1:1
Answered by: vilson
Date published: 2021-02-02

When pairing with the 120mm lens on a tripod, ...

When pairing with the 120mm lens on a tripod, should I use a long lens support?
Asked by: Sam
Since there is no foot built into the lens or the tube, probably not.
Answered by: Perry
Date published: 2022-12-15

Is the MCEX-45G WR Macro weather sealed so that ...

Is the MCEX-45G WR Macro weather sealed so that my GFX camera is still weather sealed?
Asked by: Craig
The FUJIFILM MCEX-45G WR Macro Extension Tube is weather resistant so it will maintain weather sealing with your camera and Fuji WR series lenses.
Answered by: Dan
Date published: 2023-12-19

Do these extension tubes maintain the use of the ...

Do these extension tubes maintain the use of the full, medium format sensor or is there a crop factor?
Asked by: JEFF HERRON PHOTOGRAPHY, INC.
The FUJIFILM MCEX-45G WR Macro Extension Tube uses the full, medium format sensor. There is no crop factor.
Answered by: Daniel
Date published: 2023-10-11

Has anyone tried the tube on GF 45-100 GFX lens?

Has anyone tried the tube on GF 45-100 GFX lens?
Asked by: Ales
According to Fujifilm's website, yes, the FUJIFILM MCEX-45G WR Macro Extension Tube is compatible for use with the Fujifilm GF45-100mmF4 R LM OIS WR lens. As indicated on Fujifilm's website, at the lens' widest setting, the lens's maximum magnification using the MCEX-45G would be 1.16 with a working distance of 22mm and a shortest shooting distance of 240mm. At the lens's longest focal length setting, when using the MCEX-45G, the maximum magnification would be 0.67, the working distance would be 92mm, and the shortest shooting distance would be 338mm
Answered by: Manzell
Date published: 2021-06-06

how does this extension tube compare with the 18G ...

how does this extension tube compare with the 18G in performance, focusing distance, and magnification?
Asked by: Afshin
The answer to your question varies with the Focal length and aperture of the lens and the current max magnification of the lens you are planning to use. There are mathematical formulas to calculate. It is more practical to know what lens you plan to use and how close you want to be from your subject. keeping in mind the longer the extension the closer you can focus (greater magnification) and the more light you will lose. requiring longer exposure or additional lighting.
Answered by: Gary
Date published: 2022-04-24
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