The Auto Extension Tube Set for Canon EF/EF-S Mounts and Lenses V2 from Vello consists of 12mm, 20mm, and 36mm tubes with durable metal lens mounts. The extension tubes reduce the minimum focusing distance on your lens and enable you to capture the fine details of an insect or the inside of a flower. Each tube can be used individually or together for greater magnification to capture close-up or macro images. When the tubes are used in tandem with the camera and lens, it maintains the autofocus of the lens and the autoexposure of the camera as well.
- Compatible with EF and EF-S Lenses
- Capture Close-Up and Macro Images
- Reduces Minimum Focusing Distance
- Use Tubes Individually or Combined
Vello EXT-CD Overview
Vello EXT-CD Specs
2.6 oz / 74 g (12 mm Tube)
2.9 oz / 82 g (20 mm Tube)
3.2 oz / 91 g (36 mm Tube)
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)|
5.1 x 3.3 x 3.2"
Vello EXT-CD Reviews
They work as advertised, I occasionally have some issues with the autofocus, but I'm not sure if it's because of the tubes or my camera, which is an older model. To fix it, I just unlock the tubes and relock them to both the lens and the camera body.
Haven't used them much, but they do the job. I have a nice macro lens, but these can be useful.
Cheap way to start macro
Always wanted to add macro photography to my adventures and this is a great way to try it out without spending the bucks for a dedicated macro lens. If I end up wanting to do it often then then maybe but for now these are working fine and take great photos while keeping auto focus if you choose to use it. Mainly use manual focus but find the auto focus to work well for quick takes.
Only used it once so far but it was VERY easy to use. Still trying to figure out how to get what I want from it but I like how much closer I can get with this extension tube set.
Tight fit, almost to tight. Mounts could be polished more. Otherwise they work great.
Rings jammed and won't separate
Used this a few times and then two of the rings (tubes) jammed and won't separate. I support you get what you pay for...
For Canon R5
The camera has a tendency to reject the tube. It will not accept the tube. The camera goes off. You have to shut the camera in install and install the battery. The finish of the tubes are rough.
Excellent low cost tubes
I wanted to try macro shots without buying a macro lens. I'll likely make that step soon, but these gave me a chance to experiment. I used a Canon prime 50mm f/1.2 lens with them. I had to use the shorter two, the longer one would not work with the 50mm lens as it focused too close - my lens had to touch the subject. Photos look crisp and clear.
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