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CANON EF 12 II EXTENSION TUBE 9198A001

Web Code: 010CAN037  •  Mfr Code: 9198A001
CANON EF 12 EXTENSION TUBE      9198A001
Only $129.99 CAD
CANON EF 12 II EXTENSION TUBE 9198A001 is rated 1.0 out of 5 by 1.
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Low stock online.
In Stock - Usually ships in 24-48 hours but stock is low. Might take 3-4 days to ship out. Additional shipping charges may apply.
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Product Highlights
  • Non-optical Device
  • For Macro Photography
  • Manual Focusing is Recommended
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  • Non-optical Device
  • For Macro Photography
  • Manual Focusing is Recommended
  • Durable and Lightweight
  • Increases the distance between the lens and the film
  • This allows the distance between the lens to focus much closer than normally possible and gives the increased magnification
  • For Canon EOS camera owners keen on shooting close-up pictures, even if they don't have a bellows unit or any of the three Canon EF Macro lenses
  • The EF 12 tube is thinner and more compact than the EF 25 version
  • With a standard zoom lens, the EF 12 can give a magnification of 0.3x to 0.5x
  • Although auto-exposure is possible, manual focusing or using the focus aid is recommended
  • Compatible with:
  • Canon EF-S, EF and TS-E Lenses and Canon EOS Film and Digital SLRs
 
 
Rated 1 out of 5 by from too good to be true & a waste of money "If it seems to good to be true, it probably is. This isn't a true film scanner but is essentially a digital camera/light combo- the backlight shines through and the sensor just photographs the image (not a true scan). I was hoping it would give me ""okay"" quality of some old vacation snapshot negatives but it wasn't up to it, even when negatives were properly exposed. It creates a grainy final image, and isn't worth wasting the time on if you want to create a digital archive from your negatives. Spend the extra money and get a real scanner. I can't believe Henry's is even selling this item it's the kind of low end consumer item you'd find at Walmart, not at a respected photo store. Disappointing. Returned for a refund and bought a flatbed scanner which was well worth the extra money."
Date published: 2011-03-12
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