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Old Jul 28, 2007, 5:39 PM   #11
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Thanks all. The kenko extension tube set that I got in particular does have electrical contacts so it allows full communication between the lens and the body. I am able to meter and autofocus just as normal. If I have time this weekend, I am going to try to shoot some IIF (Insect in flight) shots. Heheheh.

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Hi Hung. Those Kenko tubes are really nice to have that feature. Have to look into one of those. Could be very handy. Thanks for the info........cheers.........Don
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That's an amazing shot! I've been playing with a set of close-up lenses that screw onto the front of the lens with moderate success, but I love how much DOF you get with that combo. I'm going to look into that some more. Thanks for sharing.
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