Reviews and Problems with Kenko Kenko DG Auto Extension Tube Set
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Joey, B&H Photo
1 week ago
Excerpt: Some people are concerned that these tubes are made of plastic. I prefer quality plastic to keep the weight of my bag as low as possible. I first bought an inexpensive set of tubes on @ that came from China. The quality appeared to be good, but performed poorly.
Excerpt: Used all three Kenko tubes on my D800 together with 60mm prime lens for my first attempt at shooting snowflakes. I wasn't satisfied with my first set of images; but, I discovered it wasn't my set up, it was the quality of the snowflakes.
These Auto Extension Tubes really enlarge the objects
Orlando Dean, B&H Photo
4 weeks ago
Excerpt: I use these with my Nikon 60mm macro lens and the objects become larger than life size. I also use them with my 70-200mm lens and it works great also. I find that I have to move the camera very close to the macro subject to get a good focus.
Excerpt: Build quality is medium, being a bit plastic, but at half the price of the Canon counterparts, it gets the job done for my entry into macrophotograpy. I plan to save the money here to pair with an L-macro lens in the future. It works really well with the EF-S 60 mm lens for now on Rebel T2i.
Pros: Consistent Output, Easily Interchangeable, Fast / accurate auto-focus, Good value, Lightweight
Excerpt: I picked up these tubes to try my hand at Macro photography and so far I have been very impressed. The auto focus works but I have found it is much easier to just move the entire camera and lens back and forth to focus.
Pros: Consistent Output, Durable, Easily Interchangeable, Strong Construction