Canon Tripod Mount Ring B (B) for EF 100 f/2.8, Macro USM, MP-E65 f/2.8, EF 180 f/3.5L Macro USM Lens only.

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Tripod mount for EF 100 f/2.8, Macro USM, MP-E65 f/2.8, EF 180 f/3.5L Macro USM Lens only. Includes dedicated Tripod collar adapter.

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Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
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Durable (3)
Best Uses:
Macro photography (3)
Reviewer Profile:
Enthusiast (5)

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3.1

(based on 7 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Missing Instruction Sheet

The tripod foot faces the lens front. Locate the 4 Closed grooves on the mounting area of the lens barrel. Mark these 4 Closed grooves on the side of the lens barrel towards the lens/camera mount with pencil. Note the 4 splines in side shim ring- to fit closed grooves on lens barrel - align these so that the shim gap is at 9:00 (red dot on ring), when looking at front of lens and shim will snap into place. The 4 bayonet pins on shim ring go towards the lens front, they must ALL ALIGN with the

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The tripod foot faces the lens front. Locate the 4 Closed grooves on the mounting area of the lens barrel. Mark these 4 Closed grooves on the side of the lens barrel towards the lens/camera mount with pencil. Note the 4 splines in side shim ring- to fit closed grooves on lens barrel - align these so that the shim gap is at 9:00 (red dot on ring), when looking at front of lens and shim will snap into place. The 4 bayonet pins on shim ring go towards the lens front, they must ALL ALIGN with the 4 notches in the T ring. Carefully align and insert the 4 bayonet pins into the 4 notches of T ring. (you must rotate lens/shim assembly until all pins align- only 1 position out of 4 will match up properly) Carefully press the assemblies together and you will have a smoothly rotating assembly. Rotate lens in T ring to suit camera orientation lock and shoot.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Not a RINGer-

I love len's with rings. As an avid tripod user, it allows me to switch from vertical to horizontal images with a minimum of pain. When I receintly bought the Canon Macro Lens [...], I also ordered the ring [...]. The ring does not turn smoothly as the rings on my other Canon and Sigma lenes do. I think plastic is great when used properly. It does not fit this application as used. Advice from a retired product development engineer. If you want a short Macro, try some other manufacturer. In mo

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I love len's with rings. As an avid tripod user, it allows me to switch from vertical to horizontal images with a minimum of pain. When I receintly bought the Canon Macro Lens [...], I also ordered the ring [...]. The ring does not turn smoothly as the rings on my other Canon and Sigma lenes do. I think plastic is great when used properly. It does not fit this application as used. Advice from a retired product development engineer. If you want a short Macro, try some other manufacturer. In most cases I have gone back to my old 180 Macro. Its a pleasure to use and keeps me out of the flower beds.

Reviewed by 7 customers

 
5.0

perfect fit

By

from cleveland, oh  -  Semi-pro Photographer

ordered this used replacement ring and it was a perfect replacement. had tried a non-OEM brand that was awful, the geniune Canon works great.

(1 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Ring B Doesn't Fit EF 100 f2.8 L IS

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from Edmonton, AB  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

This tripod macro ring 'B' works well with the appropriate lenses but it does not fit the 100 mm f2.8 L IS lens, it's too big. The proper ring is the Tripod Macro Ring 'D'. Don't make the same mistake I did and believe the recommendations or you too will have an extra ring.

 
4.0

excellent

By

from Bogotá Colombia  -  Professional

great facility for my lens and my photos

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Missing Instruction Sheet

By

from Houston, TX  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

The tripod foot faces the lens front. Locate the 4 Closed grooves on the mounting area of the lens barrel. Mark these 4 Closed grooves on the side of the lens barrel towards the lens/camera mount with pencil. Note the 4 splines in side shim ring- to fit closed grooves on lens barrel - align these so that the shim gap is at 9:00 (red dot on ring), when looking at front of lens and shim will snap into place. The 4 bayonet pins on shim ring go towards the lens front, they must ALL ALIGN with the 4 notches in the T ring. Carefully align and insert the 4 bayonet pins into the 4 notches of T ring. (you must rotate lens/shim assembly until all pins align- only 1 position out of 4 will match up properly) Carefully press the assemblies together and you will have a smoothly rotating assembly. Rotate lens in T ring to suit camera orientation lock and shoot.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Better than expected

By

from Suburban Chicago  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

I use this with a macro lens on focusing rails with a tripod. The ease to switch to vertical is a real plus.

(3 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Not a RINGer-

By

from Long Island, NY  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

I love len's with rings. As an avid tripod user, it allows me to switch from vertical to horizontal images with a minimum of pain. When I receintly bought the Canon Macro Lens [...], I also ordered the ring [...]. The ring does not turn smoothly as the rings on my other Canon and Sigma lenes do. I think plastic is great when used properly. It does not fit this application as used. Advice from a retired product development engineer. If you want a short Macro, try some other manufacturer. In most cases I have gone back to my old 180 Macro. Its a pleasure to use and keeps me out of the flower beds.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

design issue

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from New Zealand  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

poor design makes this difficult to use especially when in a hurry to change positioning on a tripod. The ring is not locked onto the lense and is very stiff to rotate and often falls out of the housing

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Craig W  The picture show on this ad is an A II B ring. Is this a the ring being sold or a bust with the ad? I would like to buy the a B (B) ring only.
BILL M  I have a Canon tripod mount ring B (B) mounted to my Canon 100mm 2.8 macro USM which is perfect. Now to your question. #1 - Stay away from the A II B ring for the above referenced lens. #2 - I researced the Canon web site and it appears they have replaced the B (B) ring with a "D" ring for the referenced lens. Hope this helps.
Craig W  The picture show on this ad is an A II B ring. Is this a the ring being sold or a bust with the ad? I would like to buy the a B (B) ring only.
BILL M  I have a Canon tripod mount ring B (B) mounted to my Canon 100mm 2.8 macro USM which is perfect. Now to your question. #1 - Stay away from the A II B ring for the above referenced lens. #2 - I researced the Canon web site and it appears they have replaced the B (B) ring with a "D" ring for the referenced lens. Hope this helps.
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