Fotodiox Pro Automatic Macro Extension Tube Kit for Sony E-Mount (NEX) Mirrorless Camera System with Auto Focus (AF) and TTL auto Exposure for Extreme Close-up (10mm, 16mm) – Fits Sony NEX-3, NEX-5, NEX-7, A7, A7r, etc.
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- Kit of two extension tube sections: 10mm and 16mm - Any combination of tubes can be used for various reproduction ratios
- Designed with all the electrical and mechanical couplings to maintain auto focus and TTL auto exposure
- Extension tubes are designed to enable a lens to focus closer than its normal set minimum focusing distance
- No optical insert - maintains lens optical quality while remaining lightweight
- 24 Month Manufacture Warranty
- Product Dimensions: 3.15 x 3.15 x 1.77 inches; 0.85 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 0.85 pounds
- ASIN: B00KDKZMXW
- Item model number: Auto MRC Kit-NEX
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Product DescriptionThe Fotodiox Macro Extension Tube is a wonderful substitution for the expensive macro lens. They are exceptionally useful for macro photography, enabling you to convert almost any lens into a macro lens at a fraction of the cost while maintaining its original optical quality. By placing distance between your camera body and lens, focusing distance is shortened and the magnifying effect of your subject is created.
The Fotodiox Pro Auto Macro Extension Tube Kit for Sony E-Mount (NEX) Mirrorless Digital Cameras is a set of automatic tubes designed to communicate all electronic functions from the lens to camera including autofocus and auto-exposure. The kit contains two extension tubes of 10mm and 16mm in length. The extension tubes can be used independently or added together for extreme macro photography. No other optical components are added with this kit, the image preserves the original optical properties of the lens.
Attach the lens to the extension tube, then mount onto camera the same way a lens normally does
Each ring brings you closer to the subject as you increase the distance between lens and camera
Different lens lengths will require a different distance to be used from the subject, if the subject is not in focus move the camera closer or further from the subject until the subject comes into focus