Canon Extension Tube EF 25 II

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Canon Extension Tube EF 25 II
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Canon Extension Tube EF II Overview

The result of using extension tubes is that the distance from the back of the lens to the film surface is longer, which means you can take photographs at shorter distances to the subject. Extension tubes are thus commonly used for macro photography and sometimes for closeup portraits.

When using the camera's TTL metering system, no exposure compensation will be required (exposure compensation is required for handheld meters).

This updated version II is now also fully compatible with Canon Digital EF-S lenses, as well as standard photo EF and TS-E lenses.

Extension Tube EF 25 II is recommended for lenses with a focal length of 50mm and up (EF-S 18-55mm can be used at middle and tele zoom settings).

Shortens focusing distance of lens
Compatible with EF-S lenses, as well as EF and TS-E lenses
White-index mark provided for digital SLR EF-S lenses
Red mark provided for photo lenses
UPC: 013803035605

Canon Extension Tube EF II Specs

MountCanon EF
Length25 mm
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.4 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)3.4 x 3 x 3"
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Can this product be used with the Canon 60mm ...

Can this product be used with the Canon 60mm f/2,8 Macro lens?
Asked by: Richard
Yes you can ,it is fully compatible with Canon Digital EF-S lenses , assuming you have APS-C camera
Answered by: vilson
Date published: 2021-01-19

Anyone know if this will work well with the Canon ...

Anyone know if this will work well with the Canon 135mm L ? Please advise. Thanks for any advice!
Asked by: Henry
Yes, it will work with the 135mm lens.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2021-01-12

Using this ef extension tube with say a 135 ...

Using this ef extension tube with say a 135 telephoto lens for astrophotography targets, would i be able to use clip in filters for my T7i? Currently, you can only use EF lenses only with clip in filters for this model. Would using this extension cause any focus issues for deep space astrophotography?
Asked by: John
This extension tube is only necessary when there is a need for shortening the minimum focusing distance, such as with macro applications. If you need to extend the magnification of the lens, then a Canon Extender EF 1.4 III, BH #CA14XEF3 would be better. https://bhpho.to/38GiuR5
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2020-11-12

Compatible with Canon SL3?

Compatible with Canon SL3?
Asked by: Hobbs
I am not sure. I know it is compatible with a Rebel xSi and 5D Mark II
Answered by: Barry
Date published: 2020-10-23

I want to take photos of my 120 square negatives ...

I want to take photos of my 120 square negatives with my Canon 5D IV and 50mm lens. Will this extension tube allow me to get close enough? Would I loose some quality since the negatives are square and the sensor is 3:2?
Asked by: Donna
Yes, you can copy your 120 film and will not lose any image quality. Sensor size and image size do not have any bearing on the final result.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2020-09-07

Can I use this with the EOS R and the EF 100mm ...

Can I use this with the EOS R and the EF 100mm 2.8? As the lense is already adapted to the camera.
Asked by: Humaam
I need to qualify my last response. If you place the Extension tube between the EF 100mm and the RF adaptor (that you already have?) it might work. You say "as the lens is already adapted to the camera." Does that mean you already have an RF adaptor? My hesitation is that rear focus is so much closer on a mirrorless camera that adding an extension tube potentially creates a problem. The R series and the EOS with a mirror series are very different.
Answered by: Joel
Date published: 2020-08-25

I want to scan my negatives with my 5D IV but I ...

I want to scan my negatives with my 5D IV but I don’t have a macro lens. Will this allow me to scan my negatives using my 50 1.4? Or do I need a true macro to scan negatives successfully?
Asked by: Donna
You can but you will have to crop a bit to get full image. Your best bet is to get an extension tube set from Kenko, in which you can use 1-3 tubes to get the desired magnification. Click the link below to view; https://bhpho.to/3fMfW3O or the Vello set; https://bhpho.to/3ixtnGA
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2020-08-12

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Asked by: Donna
This product is for use with Canon EF mount lenses and not for Sony a7 series cameras.
Answered by: Yoni
Date published: 2020-08-02
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