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Kenko Auto Extension Tube Set for Micro Four Thirds Lenses

Kenko Auto Extension Tube Set for Micro Four Thirds Lenses
Key Features
  • Two Extension Tubes
  • Compatible with Micro Four Thirds Lenses
  • Use Individually or Combined
  • Macro Conversion
The Auto Extension Tube Set for Micro Four Thirds Lenses by Kenko is a set of two extension tubes for mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras. This set has tubes of 10 mm and 16mm. The tubes can be used individually or in combination to obtain the desired magnification.

Extension tubes are hollow cylinders without optics designed to enable a camera's lens to focus closer than its minimum focusing distance and therefore provide more magnification. They are placed between the lens and body and are particularly useful in allowing lenses without macro capability to shoot macro, but in general, they offer increased magnification for whatever need. 

An extension tube increases lens magnification by an amount equal to the extension distance divided by the lens focal length. For example, adding a 25 mm extension tube to a 50 mm lens will give a magnification gain of 0.5X. Therefore, if the lens's original magnification was 0.15X, then the new magnification will be 0.15X + 0.5X = 0.65X.

Kenko's Auto Focus extension tubes are designed with all the circuitry and mechanical coupling to maintain auto focus and TTL auto exposure with Micro Four Thirds lenses.

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Are they weather sealed or will they maintain ...

Are they weather sealed or will they maintain weather sealing on my EM1-iii with 60mm 2.8?
Asked by: Ivan
The Kenko Auto Extension Tube Set DG for Micro Four Thirds Lenses does not offer any weather-sealing.
Answered by: Kirk
Date published: 2022-01-26


Just purchased these and am having an issue getting any image. Using the panasonic 12-35mm, i have used one and both extension tubes and still only get a blurry image of light. I've gotten very close (cm close) to an object with a tripod and have slowly backed away to test the range and still get nothing. i have used mostly manual focus but have also tried auto, and both do not change the blur that I am getting. has anyone else had this issue?
Asked by: John L.
Just tagging this, my opinions in general, given 30+ years with extension tubes, helicoids, and macro work. Tubes on Wide angle lenses can work, depending on focal length, but “one size does not fit all.” Super-wides not so much, imo! My experiences with tubes & zooms are okay, but not always real good. Lens designs dictate the outcomes. Some zooms are great throughout their range and others are less great at varying points of extension. In many respects, dedicated macro lenses are optics plus a focusing (helicoid) tube. Getting the flat visual field for edge to edge sharpness is very important for macro work - thus dedicated macro lenses exist. Adding a tube to your main lens changes the focusing distance but the curvature of your optics also remains. You may find sharp lens center, but softer edge, depending on the degree of magnification (tube length etc). If you are merely trying to shorten a distance for close-up, portraits, etc, then tubes can help. If you want a critically accurate, edge-to-edge consistent combo, then a macro lens is usually best. These are tools for defined tasks and you may want some of each eventually.
Answered by: Jeff
Date published: 2022-08-04

Has anyone used this with the Olympus OMD M1 MARK ...

Has anyone used this with the Olympus OMD M1 MARK II with their 60mm macro lens?
Asked by: Sue
These tubes work well with the Olympus 60 macro.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2021-02-19

Hi, Will these tubes work with the mc-20 ...

Hi, Will these tubes work with the mc-20 teleconverter to allow use on unsupported lens?
Asked by: Gregory
I have a mc-14 and it will work with that and a 40-150 f2.8
Answered by: Rod
Date published: 2020-12-03


Hi, Can Panasonic Lumix 12-35mm zoom and / or 35 - 100mm lenses be used with the Kenko Extension Tubes ?Thank you.
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes, the tubes are compatible with any Micro 4/3rds type lenses.
Answered by: Yos O.
Date published: 2018-08-28


Do both the Kenko and Vello extension tubes for the Nikon support the Nikon D-300?
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes, they are both compatible with the Nikon D-300.
Answered by: Matthew C.
Date published: 2018-08-28

Can these tubes be used on a canon 100 mm EF ...

Can these tubes be used on a canon 100 mm EF macro lens and then with an EF to RF adaptor on a Canon R5?
Asked by: Clifford
Yes, you are able to mount the combination (Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 macro with the Kenko Auto Extension Tube Set DG on the EF-RF adapter) onto an EOS R5 and it should function as expected.
Answered by: Jeremy
Date published: 2022-03-15


Will these tubes work with the D810 and the 60mm Macro?
Asked by: Debra S.
I don't have the D810, but it has a built-in AF motor to drive the old AF lenses, and the Nikon mount is the same. Should work just fine for you.
Answered by: Steven E.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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