Reviews and Problems with Kenko Kenko DG Auto Extension Tube Set
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Pixelman, B&H Photo
1 week ago
Excerpt: I was concerned that this product would be cheaply made and not useful, but I haven't found that to be true. I am using it with my Nikon D810 and AF-S Micro Nikkor 105mm 1: 2.8 G ED VR N. It is working well as a single addition or in groups of two. I haven't tried all three.
Excerpt: I bought this macro extension tubes since I can't afford a macro lens in this moment. I tested it only a couple of days but so far I'm really impressed with the performance of this kit. The construction is superb, it has metal mounts on all rings that fits in my camera and lenses like a glove.
Pros: Durable, Easily Interchangeable, Strong Construction
Kenko DG Teleplus Auto Extension Tube Set review by JordyKropp
28 October 2015
Summary: Bought this on eBay. The build quality is not as compact. The quality from the pictures are not what I expected as well. If you only want to have an extra lens as a beginner. You could go for it.
Excerpt: I use the extension tubes wth my tamron 70-300mm Di VC USD for macro shots and it gives a great close up for dragonflies, small bugs and flowers and focusing with the zoom ring. If I add the Kenkos to my 50mm 1.8, it gives a very short working distance and thats why I only use that with ants, since...
A great way to extend your zoom without buying another lens
Photocat, B&H Photo
16 September 2015
Excerpt: I used these with a Canon 70-200mm telephoto zoom lens in a dedicated zoo shoot. I decided to try these extension tubes as an alternative to shelling out $$$ for another lens with greater zoom. They worked well very well.
Pros: Good Value for Price, Great fit, Strong Construction
Excerpt: I was hopeful in this product and was praying it would take away my desire for an actual canon 100 macro lens. I used this product for macro ring shots as I primarily shoot weddings. It is small and doesn't take up a lot of room in your photography bag/case and it does autofocus.
Excerpt: I bought this set on the recommendation of Tony Northrup. They provide a sturdy connection to the camera, even when using stacked. Help reduce the number of lens carried on field trips. I don't need to carry my macro lens on general treks. Very handy.
Pros: Durable, Easily Interchangeable, Easy to attach, Rugged, Strong Construction