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MACRO EXTENSION TUBES FULL Set Adaptor fits NIKON DSLR SLR 40X D40 D80 D90 D800 D300 D700,D3200 D3100 D5000 D5100 D7000 D7100, D1,D2,D3 DSLR.

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  • Macro Extension Tube Set for Nikon EOS film & Digital SLR includes 3 extension tubes
  • - 9mm, 16mm, 30mm adapters and a male & female adapter.
  • You may mount the tubes between lens and camera body to get your choice of macro ranges.
  • here are totally 8 combinations. They fit directly to the body of the camera without the other adapt
  • There is NO electronic connection between the body and the lens. Automatic lenses can be used with.

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MACRO EXTENSION TUBES FULL Set Adaptor fits NIKON DSLR SLR 40X D40 D80 D90 D800 D300 D700,D3200 D3100 D5000 D5100 D7000 D7100, D1,D2,D3 DSLR. + Nikon AF NIKKOR 50mm f/1.8D Lens
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  • Item Weight: 200 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 222 g
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  • Manufacturer reference: Sd-H077
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 7 July 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (75 customer reviews)
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NOTE: It is quite complicated to fits this tube, if you dont get an instruction with this product, please email us for the instruction, dont just fit it in without following the instruction, if you do this, we are not responsible for any damage for your camera or other things. Package Includes:One tube set.

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31 of 32 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Good Product - but care needed 16 Jan 2010
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These extension rings are very well made and sturdy, all metal construction. Used with a D90 and a 50 1.8D lens there were no problems. You do need to unlock the aperture ring on the lens (which is locked at 22 for automatic use) and use the camera in manual - but I knew that.

To the reviewer who said he got good photographs but shallow DOF - welcome to macro photography, use a tripod and stop your lens down if you want more DOF.


Having read those reviews which reported difficulty fitting and removing this product, I can see how this might happen. The screw threads do bind very tightly, and even separating the rings (off camera) can be difficult. So before using on camera I put a miniscule amount of 3:1 oil on each of the screw threads and twisted each together and apart several times. This was enough to prevent the binding that seems to have occurred for some.

The unlock knob mechanism is obvious if you look at it before putting it on your camera.

Took off a star for these points - but they're fine really - used with care. Excellent value.
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44 of 46 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Cheap but does the job perfectly. 3 July 2009
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I had been thinking of making my own extension rings after doing some tests with a lens hand-held in front of my camera... Then I saw these tubes... £5.99! It wasn't worth me even trying to make my own!

The tubes are actually made of metal, which came as a bit of a shock. I had expected plastic for this price. No instructions, but it's not exactly rocket science.

Please note, no connections or controls are linked through from the camera. This means you must use the camera on manual, manually focus and manually set the aperture on the lens.
If you have a G lens you are going to be stuck at the smallest aperture and not be able to change it as a G lens has no aperture ring. You could still use it, but you will need a well lit scene to see what you are doing, and a tripod for the longer exposure.

If you have an older lens (I have a Nikon 50mm f/1.8D) the tubes work brilliantly.

I'm a little amazed by those saying that they got the lens stuck etc, there is one "control" on the tubes, the lens release. It's a knurled knob. Honestly, how long does it take to try push, pull, push left, right, up, down? (You push it down towards the camera body). If it's tight, give the lens a little wiggle. I have experienced no problems.

Cons: Not really much not to like. It would be nice of the lens mounting alignment dots were on the side, not on the mounting plate faces, then you would be able to see them as you line thing up, but I think I can live with that... If not, I'm quite capable of putting my own little paint dot on the side!
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Well worth it 4 Nov 2009
By jif001
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If you are familiar with close-up photography then you'll be familiar with extension tubes and you'll know how simple they are. No instructions are needed. However, I found three problems with these tubes:

1 - I couldn't get them to lock onto the camera. Not wishing to force it and risk damaging the camara, I unscrewed the tube ends (with the male and female bayonet fittings) and coupled them together. They went with a bit of effort, after which they locked easily to the camera, so problem solved.

2 - the button used to unlock them again isn't intuitive. As others have found, pressing it down doesn't unlock the tubes and they can't be removed from the camera. The way the button works is that you push it horizontally (along the lens axis), not down (radially). Try it before you attach them - it's easy, and obvious when you know how!

3 - there is no coupling to the lens iris lever, so your lens will be stopped-down fully when you use the tubes. This is not necessarily what you want when light is low, as it tends to be for close-ups. The solution to this is a strategically placed blob of blu-tac to hold the lever in the fully open (or other) position.

So, my problems were easily solved. At this price you'd have to be a nut not to buy.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
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If you use a Nikon DSLR the Nikon tubes costing zillions of pounds apiece won't give much functionality with a G series lens. Neither will these but if you don't already have one the money you save compared with the Nikon tubes can be spent on an older Nikon lens (something in the 35-135 mm range) with an aperture ring, providing you with the key to macro heaven and throwing in a lesson in how to use your DSLR in full manual mode.
When you get yours, be patient. It pays to play with these before you fit them to your camera. When everything is unscrewed you should have five pieces, being the bayonet that fits in the camera mount, three tubes numbered 1, 2 and 3, and the front piece which replicates the camera mount so that you can attach your lens. These can be screwed back together in a variety of combinations to provide a skip load of extension options.
When you try to attach the tubes to your camera, align the red dot on the bayonet with the white dot on the camera body - as if fitting a normal lens - and twist it into place, then fit whatever combination of tubes 1, 2 and 3 that you desire to use - along with the front lens mount. Then attach the lens which should click into place as usual.
Because of all the threaded bits its unlikely that everything will line up like you're used to but the aperture and focus control should be accessible.
Select manual mode on the camera. Your top screen will display a shutter speed and a couple of dashes where the aperture reading normally resides. You're about to encounter stop-down metering. Start with the aperture at its wide open setting so that the maximum amount of light gets into the camera. This will allow you to focus on the subject.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Very good item Many thanks.
Published 20 days ago by S E A BATTY
1.0 out of 5 stars Don't advise purchase
I, at first struggled to fit this piece of equipment to my Nikon D3100, but after a short while managed it. Read more
Published 22 days ago by Georgia
5.0 out of 5 stars excellent.. really well made and great
excellent..really well made and great service
Published 23 days ago by Engolar
3.0 out of 5 stars Cheap and fun but with a few drawbacks.
These do work, but give an incredibly shallow depth of field making it difficult to get a clear image. Read more
Published 25 days ago by MY
5.0 out of 5 stars to photograph a tiny garden spider (about 5mm dia) I need a bit of...
No problems at all with the assembly or fitting of these tubes. I tried them out today on my Nikon D3200 with a Nikkor 50mm x 1.8D lens fitted. Read more
Published 1 month ago by Brian A. Clift
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Published 1 month ago by mrs j minton
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Super quick delivery. Great product
Published 1 month ago by Richard Howells
5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing for the Price
Compare these with original Nikon tubes and you wonder how they can make these at this price. They are metal, strong, fit well and they work! Read more
Published 3 months ago by Dazzuk
2.0 out of 5 stars Nikon extension tubes
These tubes are supposed to be usefull for a Nikon D3199 camera. however they do not work with this camera as they dont have the nessecary electric contacts.
Published 6 months ago by Peter Hegney
4.0 out of 5 stars VERY FAST, GREAT VALUE!
Good sturdy metal build with really fast delivery time! I'm really pleased with this.

The one thing keeping it from 5 stars is the lack of instructions with the product.
Published 7 months ago by Joe Fathers
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