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  1. #1
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    Extension Tubes For My Z6

    Extension Tubes For My Z6
    I found some Meike Extension Tubes for cheap so I picked them up simply to experiment with. I do not do a lot of Macro but I do like to do some. I took some very quick shots in poor lite just to see it they would focus.

    No tripod or added light. Focus peaking and AFS pin point work fine. They are plastic with metal mounts but they fit well. They cost about $40 on Amazon.

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    Re: Extension Tubes For My Z6

    Extension Tubes For My Z6
    Why is it clear on the top part but blurry on the bottom?

    Or is it my eyes?




  3. #3
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    Re: Extension Tubes For My Z6

    Looks like the shot was taken looking down on the mug, the lower part is too far away for the depth of field....

    Roscoe
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