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  • posted bywadstenarn on 02/17/2015

    The bellow is very hard to adjust to get the perfect picture.

    Impression:Hard to adjust;

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  • posted bySaeeka on 07/19/2011

    -Easy and smooth to adjust -mostly metal construction -cloth bellows -the price -inside cloth is cracked, can see metal mesh in behind -Plastic tripod mount/feet -lens tips forward ever so slightly -Could use EF-S (white square) orientation mark When I received mine the box was mangled but there... Read more

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  • posted byOldRock on 07/15/2011

    Very good price. Build quality beyond expectations. Versatility is really impressive. It replaces all macro rings I have. All the mechanisms seem to operate without incident, and smoothly. Too complicated to operate. It requires advanced knowledge of general photography. For those accustomed to a... Read more

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  • posted byQuistnix1 on 03/09/2011

    High quality product, metal mounts. Can either be placed on the table, or attached to a tripod. Everything runs smoothly. As the description says: there are no electrical contacts. That means that you cannot use autofocus, image stabilisation or electronic aperture control. However, it is to set... Read more

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  • posted byFreetard on 08/26/2009

    Great Price; well-made; easy to use; no light leaks. I got the right one (for my Canon). Um. None, for that price! Although, you'd think they could have put the little white dot on it to make lining up the lens easier. But hey, whatever! As said before, there's no lens control pass-thru on this a... Read more

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  • posted byQuarn on 08/03/2009

    Well made with metal lens and camera mount, locking pin. Geared rail for extension adjustment and scale on the other rail. Tripod mount underneath. Bellows material is cloth based not cheap plastic. No electrical contacts so you will have to set your f-stop with the lens on the camera, hold your... Read more

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  • posted byQuarn on 04/23/2009

    Well built, cheap, metal lens and body mounts. Smooth extension of bellows with the wheel. Ruler on rail to record extension. Tripod mount on the base. No electrical contacts so you need to first put your lens on the camera and step it down using the depth of field preview button and then remove... Read more

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  • posted byzemike on 05/27/2008

    Looks like I was the first to get those bellows. Well, I intended to use them for my Nikon D200 and the photos show a Nikon mount. In the package I have received bellows with a different mount. First I thought it was Pentax, but later I found out it was a Canon. Those bellows fit modern Canon EOS... Read more

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