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Yes and the only loss in image quality will be due to the filter/magnifier as the tube/s only add a few cm of air to the light passage and air doesn't have any effect on light. A lot of DSLR also have a digital teleconverter that you can use in conjunction with your tubes and filters/magnifiers. I have a Sony SLT-a77 and a $130 tamron 70-300 macro zoom and ...


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Don't fit your lenses to the extension tubes and then to the camera, unless the manual for the tubes says so. I use a Sony SLT-a77 with extension tubes and the instructions are to fit the tubes to the body first or the TTL and AE may not work. I definitely wouldn't use tubes that have exposed metal inside the tube, like those pictured above. The insides of ...



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