Reviews and Problems with Canon Extension Tube EF 25 II
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8 II and its working great, i was concerned about focusing speed
Jose J. Correa F, Amazon
2 weeks ago
Summary: Just out the box, did a first test with my 50mm 1.8 II and its working great, i was concerned about focusing speed, but i would say its the same that the lens would have if its attached alone, i uploaded a photo (argentinean coin) focused about 2 inches distance.
Excerpt: This is the only answer for me. I have a cheaper brand and it will not be going on my L lenses. Trusting a loose fitting tube on a $$$ lens is scary. Canon makes quality and it shows on this item.
Pros: Durable, Easily Interchangeable, Rugged, Strong Construction
Excerpt: I bought this tube to use it with my Canon 70-200mm lens, it works great, it really lets you get close, you will be able to get as close as to the hood of the lens and focus on the subject. It's not going to be a Macro by any stretch, but will let you get a lot closer to things.It's a perfect and snug fit to the lens and very well built.
Pros: Durable, Easily Interchangeable, Fast / accurate auto-focus, Lightweight, Strong Construction
Excerpt: I can get up close and personal even with my 70-200mm f/2.8L IS 2 USM. I feel like no matter what the weather or lack of scenery, there's always gonna be something interesting to shoot with this piece of gear in my bag. It's light weight, well built and you retain auto-focus.
Pros: Durable, Easily Interchangeable, Lightweight, Nice Bokeh, Strong Construction
Excerpt: Macro photography is really not my thing. A friend ask if I would make a few photos of some small skulls. I told him I would see what I could do. I used my Canon 135mm f2 with the extension tube. It's not a macro lens, but at f11 and f16, and stack focusing, I was impressed with the results.
Pros: Easily Interchangeable, Lightweight, Rugged, Strong Construction