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Canon EF 1.4x III : Specifications and Opinions


Canon EF 1.4x III

The Canon EF 1.4x III is a extender lens for FF and APS-C, manufactured from 2011. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 466 €;
50 users have given it an average vote of 9.4 out of 10.


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MOUNT

This lens is available with the following mounts:

Canon EF: this lens is compatible with reflex fullframe and APS-C Canon EF.



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 Lenses/Groups   7 elements in 3 groups
 Weather sealing   Yes
 Weight   222 g
 Dimensions   72 x 27 mm
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avatarjunior
sent on October 11, 2019

Pros: small and light, with the right lenses it works great

Cons: with some lenses goes slow but does its duty, perhaps too expensive.

Opinion: Tried with the canon 70-200 II 2.8 on 1dx II to photograph the bikes on the track and I was very satisfied. It is true that you go from f2.8 to f4 but the speed of the shot remains practically unchanged while on the canon 300 f4 is you lose here a stop (who cares) but the speed of the shot drops a lot and you notice the difference however the work in the end I brought it home with the latter because despite going slower than the 70-200, in the burst shot was still accurate and reliable. really satisfied. I did not do a careful analysis but the photos came out well are to my eye as sharp as those without and I did not feel any loss of quality (I repeat I did not do a micropixel analysis !)

user72463
avatarsenior
sent on December 30, 2018

Pros: Quality, lightness

Cons: Nothing, maybe the price but worth every penny that costs

Opinion: The ideal playmate for Canon telephoto lenses, excellent yield both with 70-200 f/2.8 and above all with the 100-400 is II, especially because it allows the focus with all points at F/8 on the 5d Mark IV... maintains a very good speed of focus and loses very little from Point of view of the sharpness, sure Canon does not give it to you but for me it is a must buy

avatarsenior
sent on May 20, 2017

Pros: Constructive levels from series L, nnitid, lightweight

Cons: Maybe the price ....

Opinion: Purchased mainly for use on the 100-400 IIrnin as the Kenko name does not work and the Canon 2x iii loses the automatisms. RnrnThough crisp and responsive despite stealing a stop on the openings, so far it does not seem to be mounted. The price is a bit excessive, but in the end you have a great and working product ... rnWarned where '2x iii does not work.

avatarsenior
sent on May 12, 2017

Pros: Image quality, speed and precision of AF, construction, tropicalized

Cons: Not usable on 100 L is macro

Opinion: At 5d3 and 100 400 mk2 at 400mm the maximum aperture becomes f8 (one loses one) but the QI remains practically unchanged: it is as if it was not mounted. Even the AF performance is unchanged, although only 5d3 remains active with the 4th expansion point. I also have the Kenko Pro 300 DGX 1.4x that I paid one-third of Canon and on 5d3 with 100 400 mkII all the AF points can still be used, but it is slightly affected by the speed. IQ remains excellent even with Kenko and genuinely I can not say if Canon 1.4 III is better in this regard because they are both great. In general, what impressed me with the Canon series III is that the AF speed performance remains substantially unchanged, as if the multiplier was not there. RnA major flaw is that it does not work with the Canon 100 L is a macro that works correctly with the Kenko 1.4; Is an obvious choice of Canon marketing to keep your feet at 180 L macro. From a constructive point of view, sEnsura is really great: Kenko is much heavier than a much more plastic feel. In addition, with the Canon 1.4 III mounted, the tropicalization of the system is maintained.

avatarsupporter
sent on October 17, 2016

Pros: Definitely improved over the previous version. Able to maintain almost unchanged is the AF speed that the optical quality on which it is equipped.

Cons: Nobody. Having previously used the version II I can not see.

Opinion: 6ugrave; light of the new version that made me feel more fragile. But in fact it is not, it has nothing to envy to the previous version. rnrnHo got to try on the Canon EF 500mm f / 4 L IS II USM with the 5D SR (amazing) and with the 1D MK IV with which to my mind keeps all its peculiarities, even if the camera body and its AF module it is a bit less young, on this last camera I also used with the 200mm f / 2.8 L II USM with considerable satisfaction both yield and velocity AF (basically I have not noticed his presence) when used with optical not the latest generation mistakenly thought the quality was worse, and even here I had happily ricredermi.rnIn substance in my opinion the new teleconverter 1.4x III has made great strides in quality to the point that if the first ' use of the version II was somewhat a stopgap to not lose the picture of a distant subject provided you give up a little bit of quality; Now the quality that returns the new version 1.4x III is directly comparable to the smooth optics on which montato.rnIl price seems adequate for what it is able to return, is a totally professional tool that can easily become indispensable.




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