Reviews and Problems with Kenko Kenko DG Auto Extension Tube Set
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Is it just mine, or is there a problem??
Moochdog, B&H Photo
2 weeks ago
Excerpt: When I first used these tubes one at a time I thought they were fine -- autofocus worked as if there was no extension. However, when I tried two tubes together on a Nikon 300mm f4 camera D800, I started getting the fEE message showing that I had lost auto diaphragm.
Excerpt: First the negative. It seems the lenses I am using this with do more hunting in autofocus mode than without the extension tube. However, the lenses do autofocus and the higher end cameras seem to work better with it than the prosumer level.
Excerpt: Functional and get the job done. The images are all you can ask for. Just be careful with them as they are a bit thin and flimsy'ish. If you're using them with a long lens, support the lens or these tubes will start to bow.
Excerpt: Worked with other Kenko products in the past. The price is always right, however, the performance is there also. Build quality is not as sturdy as the more expensive Brand Names, however, I never encountered a problem.
Excerpt: I needed a macro solution without buying yet another lens. Heard about the Kenko extensions from the Matt Granger Youtube Review Show and decided to try them. The set come with three sizes of extendors. Fit and finish is excellent, plasticy build but not cheap or cheezy.
Excerpt: Had been reading in benefits of Extension Tubes in be able to perform macro photography without shelling out major dollars for yet another lens at this point in time. I opted for this set, although I do not presently shoot with Nikon lenses, and have discovered I have to utilize them in manual focus...