DLC Manual Extension Tubes for Canon EOS Cameras, 12mm, 20mm & 36mm

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The Dot Line Manual Extension Tube Set is an easy way to get dramatic close-up photographs using your Canon EOS camera and lens. Just attach your lens to the tube, attach the tube to the camera and move in close until your subject is in focus. All functions are in manual mode using these extension tubes. A set of three tubes is included: 12 mm, 20 mm and 36 mm.

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Canon EOS camera and lens
Tube Sizes
12mm, 20 mm and 36 mm
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Jerry C  Will it work on a Canon 6D?
THANH T  They will work on all canon cameras if you order the kit for canon. They also have the kit for nikon. But I recommand you should order the extension tubes which focus automatic instead of manual because auto focus really help when you handheld the camera. I bought both kits but only use the kit with automatic focus and they help alot. You will love the extension tubes. Good luck to you and enjoy.
ROBERT K  As long as you by the EOS version it should fit any canon EOS camera, fits my 40D and old rebel xs. They work as good as any but you need to use a tripod and preferably a cable release. They make the camera very touchy as far as vibration. But they all do.
Shopper  I have a canon t2i. Is this all I need to be able to take macro or do I need to purchase something else???
DAVID K  Sure. This and a lens (some of which will be a far better choice than others). You might want to get a flash with a diffuser, or a macro ring light, because whatever aperture you've set your lens to, it will be much dimmer (slower) after you put is on the tubes. Also, keep in mind that if you want to use smaller apertures, you have to set it and remove the lens while holding down the depth of field preview button. A reversing ring is something that I really like to use, too, which bumps your macro world way up.
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