Asked by Shuvradeep — 27 Nov 2013
What is the difference between macro lense and macro extension tube?
Which one is better?
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Howard Tenke said:
A macro lens is a lens that has a reproduction ratio of greater than 1:1. It more often then not refers to a lens with a large reproduction ratio even though they rarely exceed 1:1.
A tube be it macro or whatever it is called basically extends the lens focal length by a factor of its multiplier.
I am partial to just using a straight lens when I do macro work. I have used extension tubes but mostly when shooting wildlife. For most of my macro type photography you will see me putting on fixed focal length lenses.
6 months, 2 weeks ago
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