Explore the miniature world with the Automatic Extension Tube Set for Sony E-Mount lenses and cameras from Commlite. Included in the set is a 10 and 16mm tube with durable aluminum alloy mounts. Each tube shortens the minimum focusing distance of the lens, which is used for close-up or macro photography. Inside the mount are gold-plated contact pins that retain auto exposure and autofocus functions. TTL flash unit communication is also supported. The tubes may be used individually or combined for increased magnification.
- For Close-Up or Macro Photography
- Shortens Minimum Focus Distance of Lens
- For Sony E-Mount Lenses and Cameras
- Aluminum Mounts and Construction
Commlite CM-MET Overview
Commlite CM-MET Specs
|Weight||2.72 oz / 77 g|
|Package Weight||0.3 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||4.35 x 3.85 x 2.35"|
Commlite CM-MET Reviews
Good fit with body and lenses
Tight fit prevents lens wobble even with the relatively heavy Canon 24-105 RF. No light leaks or inner reflections that I have detected.
Canon RF lens version does not work
I just received mine, if the tubes can be installed on my Canon EOS R and on my Canon R5, it remains impossible to install an RF lens on the tubes. I'm disappointed.
Fits on the camera very tight with no movement
Fits on the NIKON Z7 camera very tightly with no movement. 3 stars for that. does not fit on any of my Z lenses. 0 stars for that. for a total of 3, but maybe it should be 0 does not fit Nikon NIKKOR Z 24-70mm f/4 does not fit Nikon NIKKOR Z 50mm does not fit FTZ Adapter Kit
Very good product
This extension tube works really good for my macro photos.
They work says it all.
Uhhh... does B&H even check if a product works?
This thing doesn't even fit on any of my RF lenses. And when I did get it to sort of go on my 28-70, it got stuck and wouldn't come off. After lots of fiddling and trying to ruin my lens I removed it. Needless to say I'll never buy anything from commlite ever again. And they have the gall to charge $70 for this? Hilarious. It's just a reminder that all 3rd party products that work with Canon are unofficial and potentially won't work or will damage your expensive gear.
They work just fine but with one caveat
I tested these with my Canon R5 and R6, and they worked optically alright. But I have to add they were a bit loose when twisted side to side. That didn't seem to affect the optics, but it was a bit of an unpleasant surprise. Suggest the Meike MK-RF-AF1 13mm and 18mm Extension Tubes for Canon RF as they had no play in them at all.
If I can get the tube off the lens, I'll never risk putting it on again. It works well then it's in place, but I've been trying to get the tube off for 2 days. These are cheap and built that way.
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