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Xit XTETN Auto Focus Macro Extension Tube Set for Nikon SLR Cameras (Black)


Xit XTETN Auto Focus Macro Extension Tube Set for Nikon SLR Cameras (Black)


The Xit Pro Series auto-focus macro extension tube set is specifically designed for Nikon DSLR and SLR cameras. It includes 3 tubes which can be used individually, or in combination to achieve the desired magnification. It is designed with all the proper circuitry and mechanical coupling to maintain auto-focus and TTL exposure with most Nikon mount lenses. Perfect for flowers, insects, coins, stamps, and any close-up shots you want to take. It includes 12mm, 20mm & 36mm tubes. 2 year warranty

  • Includes 3 Tubes
  • Auto-Focus
  • You Pick Your Magnification

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  1. 39 of 39 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Very well made well priced, February 13, 2013
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    Zach S. (Philadelphia) –

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    I bought these extension tubes because I wanted something more mobile than my bellows for macro photography. I already own a bellows which I use with a 135mm lens for taking pictures of things that sit still. These were preferable over macro converters (which go in front of the lens) because this introduces no additional low quality glass in front of your lens. They’re simply hollow tubes.

    I tried this set of extension tubes out with my Sigma 70-200 f/2.8 which is a very big heavy lens. The extension tubes seem very solid and well built, there’s absolutely no flex with my 70-200 on them with all 3 tubes. One note I want to make about using these with a zoom: set the zoom lens to infinity focus, then adjust the focus on the subject by adjusting the focal length on the zoom lens.

    It looks like the inside of the tubes is made of metal with plastic on top of it; they’re quite substantial feeling (and weigh more than I would expect if only the mounts were metal). These tubes have great features like a lens release button, and electronic contacts. I can’t emphasize enough how much I like these tubes. At $55 they’re a real steal and are just as nice as any of the more expensive ones out there.

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  2. 26 of 27 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Pleasantly Surprised!, August 16, 2013
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    This review is from: Xit XTETN Auto Focus Macro Extension Tube Set for Nikon SLR Cameras (Black) (Electronics)
    There are far more recognizable manufacturers selling similar extension tubes at much higher cost. At this price point I expected the quality, in terms of fit and performance, to suffer; but because there are no optics involved I was willing to take the chance. I am very pleased with the set.
    They fit securely on my Nikon D300, and all my lenses snap confidently into place. They appear to be durably constructed and well finished. The electronics work with the following caveat: The tubes allow Aperture settings to be conveyed to the lens and for (very slow) auto focus to be accomplished. The problem isn’t with these tubes but with the very narrow range of focus and loss of some light transmission available when any extension tube is added. I usually end up going manual with very satisfying results.
    I use a fabulous 70-200 F2.8 Nikkor lens that will ordinarily focus down to about 5 feet. The extension tubes give me greater flexibility when shooting. For those interested in Macro imaging these are a “no brainer” investment.

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  3. 32 of 34 people found the following review helpful
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    Up close and personal for a quarter of the price., October 2, 2013
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    Amazon Customer (DFW, TX) –

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    This review is from: Xit XTETN Auto Focus Macro Extension Tube Set for Nikon SLR Cameras (Black) (Electronics)
    For the novice: Extension tubes allow the photographer to get closer to their subject than normally possible with the lens alone and magnify the tiniest of objects for macro photography.

    Do you need this set over the $10 version?
    - NO, if you are content with manual focus AND have a lens with an aperture ring.
    - YES, if you need autofocus. Otherwise you’ll have manual focus only.
    - YES, if you have a lens without a designated aperture ring and need aperture control. Otherwise you’ll be stuck at the smallest aperture (narrowest), typically f/22 – f/32!

    Until recently, if you didn’t have an aperture ring on your lens or needed autofocus, your only choice was to fork out a couple hundred dollars for extension tubes.

    For a quarter of the price, these tubes are an extraordinary deal.
    - For newer lenses like those with autofocus motors and no aperture ring, this set has the metal contacts necessary to send digital info back and forth from the lens to the camera, communicating focal distances, light metering and controlling mechanisms like autofocus motors and aperture settings on the lens. The cheaper sets do not have these metal contacts and leave DSLRs quite impotent.
    - For older lenses, this set has a mechanical aperture control slider and screw drives to control autofocus (for camera bodies with built-in motors but motorless lenses).

    The build quality is more than fair for the price. Although it has a cheap plastic hollowness to it, as opposed to the $10 aluminum sets, there is no flexing even with long lenses and no light leakage. All mechanisms are metal. The camera mounts are plastic, although they do have metal ring lens mounts (more for aesthetics than sturdiness). The thumb tabs are far easier to manipulate than the tiny knobs on other sets.

    Some observations:
    - With all three pieces, there is about a 2 stop loss of light.
    - Sometimes they are a bit stiff and need to be thoroughly rotated until a “click” is heard.
    - There may be a little bit of rotational play if you’re not careful and rotate your lens too aggressively, you may dislodge the tubes.

    Save yourself some money and go have fun with your macro hobby!

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