- Apr 4, 2010
It has a short helicoid focus that is only intended to be used for "fine tuning."
You could stick it on an adaptor and them move back and forth to focus, but you aren't going to have much range at all.
In practical use, it needs the TET or bellows.
Do you get a longer working distance (I guess I should check Alan Woods site...) ?
If I use the 65mm end of the TET with the 135 will I get something like the Nikon 200mm Micro-Nikkor working distance or does that actually reduce the working distance? For example my Zuiko 80mm on the TET has a very small working distance - which I get, mostly when you add spacers to a lens it tends to do that... but on the other hand lenses like the 105 Kiron, 100 Pentax or 200 Nikon give you more breathing room.