The Vello EXT-MFTD2 Auto Extension Tube Set for Micro 4/3 Mounts and Lenses includes a 10mm and 16mm tube with durable metal mounts including electronic contacts. As a result, when a lens is coupled to a camera body via the tube, it maintains autofocus and autoexposure the same without difficulty. The extension tubes reduce minimum focusing distance, and each tube can be used individually or combined for greater magnification, which enables you to shoot macro photography on insects, plants, and other small objects.
- For Close-Up or Macro Photography
- Includes 10mm and 16mm Tubes
- Reduces Minimum Focusing Distance
- Use Individually or Combined
Vello EXT-MFTD2 Overview
Vello EXT-MFTD2 Specs
|Mount||Micro Four Thirds|
|Weight||1.6 oz / 45 g (10 mm Tube)|
1.6 oz / 45 g (16 mm Tube)
|Package Weight||0.345 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||3.5 x 3.1 x 3.1"|
Vello EXT-MFTD2 Reviews
Good extension tubes.
Good extension tubes for the money they work just fine got them on sale.
Performs a described
Inexpensive alternative to a macro lens for infrequent use. Performs as described.
Very with anything I buy from BSphoto
For the money I don't think you can get anybetter, thay work verywell
Received it and tried it. Seemed okay but took a little getting used to. Will use it more later.
Totally useless with canon R5
Both the 12 and the 20 lock up the camera almost immediately. This is with 2 different canon RF lenses. Seems pretty strange considering they should contain only connector wires to go between the body and the lens - no fancy electronics. Guess I'll have to buy the canon set. Thought I could save some money. I've bought extension tubes from 3rd party companies for previous camera systems and never had a problem.
A great intro to macro photography
These are an inexpensive way to get into macro photography. Autofocus works great on my Z5, and overall that's going to depend more on the performance on your particular camera as light is lessened, as these do reduce the amount of light hitting the sensor. My only complaint is that they don't come with a bag or something for storage, as they do tend to get a bit dusty inside, and with the mirrorless sensors so exposed you can end up with dust on the ends, so get yourself a bag and keep a blower handy when using them.
Using a TTArtisan 50mm f/1.4 Manual Focus Lens for Nikon Z at F8 I took these pics. Also used a ring LED light. First pic is with the 12mm tube - Second pic is with the 20mm tube - and finally a pic with the 12MM and 20MM tubes together. I almost always use manual focus these days because focus peaking on the Nikon Z provides super accurate focusing - as a result I haven't check how well the electrical contacts work on these tubes
Poor quality control... VERY lose mount, unusable
I returned these to B&H. I tried the extension tubes with all of my Nikon Z Lenses. For example, my Nikkor Z 50mm f1.8 S lens wiggled loosely on the extension tube. I tried other Z lens and they all mounted loosely to the tubes. After calling B&H they issued me a return authorization and shipping instructions. Next, I started packing the extension tubes back into the product box. While packing I was surprised to see a paper sticker on the product saying Made in China. It was just a sticker (see the photo in this review). The rest of the labeling on the tubes was simply painted or stenciled over the black body of the extension tubes. Look elsewhere for a better product.
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