Kenko Auto Extension Tube Set DG (12, 20 & 36mm Tubes) for Sony Alpha & Minolta Maxxum Digital and Film SLR Cameras

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Kenko Auto Extension Tube Set DG (12, 20 & 36mm Tubes) for Sony Alpha & Minolta Maxxum Digital and Film SLR Cameras
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Kenko Auto Extension Tube Overview

The Kenko Auto Extension Tube Set DG contains three tubes of different length - 12mm, 20mm, and 36mm - which can be used individually or in any combination to obtain the desired magnification. Actual magnification effect changes with each specific lens.

Extension tubes are designed to enable a lens to focus closer than its normal set minimum focusing distance. Getting closer has the effect of magnifying your subject (making it appear larger in the viewfinder and in your pictures). They are exceptionally useful for macro photography, enabling you to convert almost any lens into a macro lens at a fraction of the cost while maintaining its original optical quality.

The extension tubes have no optics. They are mounted in between the camera body and lens to create more distance between the lens and film plane. By moving the lens father away from the film or CCD sensor in the camera, the lens is forced to focus much closer than normal. The greater the length of the extension tube, the closer the lens can focus.

This DG Extension tube set has upgraded "Gate-Array IC" circuitry to work better with digital SLR's and some of the digital SLR lenses.
When using the camera's TTL metering system, no exposure compensation is required (exposure compensation is required for handheld meters).
Retains AF function when effective aperture stays at f/5.6 or brighter

Kenko Auto Extension Tube Specs

MountSony A
Weight2.1 oz / 60 g (12 mm Tube)
3.0 oz / 85 g (20 mm Tube)
4.4 oz / 125 g (36 mm Tube)
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.71 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)3.7 x 2.8 x 2.7"
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Good evening. I want to buy Kenko Extension Tube Set. Bet before bying I would like to ask a question. I have SONY A65V camera and SONY lenses 18-250mm. Question is. KENKO Extension Tube Set does fit to my camera and lens ? Thank you for your answer,
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