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Nikon TC-14E II : Specifications and Opinions


Nikon TC-14E II

The Nikon TC-14E II is a extender lens for FF and APS-C, manufactured from 2008 to 2014 (discontinued). The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 436 €;
30 users have given it an average vote of 9.6 out of 10.


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 Lenses/Groups   5 elements in 5 groups
 Weather sealing   No
 Weight   200 g
 Dimensions   66 x 25 mm
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avatarjunior
sent on March 16, 2018

Pros: Quality of construction without compromise, weight, yield .....

Cons: I'm still looking for them ......

Opinion: By now everything has already been said about this accessory, what could I add without the risk of being repetitive? very few things if not anything ...... Purchased used by a user Juza I thank you I tried with the Nikon D750 and Nikon 300 f / 4 ED PF lens gives me a lot of satisfaction because with the crop at 1.5 I find myself a 630mm f / 5.6 with a very satisfactory quality, yes it is not the 600 f / 4 but my wallet does not cry quandi is fine. If you find it used I recommend it even if I have struggled to find one in conditions I would say equal to the new and at a very fair price. Ah .... taken to replace the Kenko 2X DG 300 PRO that I never used because disappointing even if it maintained the autofocus and the quality was from grade 5, this Nikon is worth at least 9. Someone put as "against" the fact that it is compatible only with some objectives, I find it a "pro" because to mount a multiplier for example on a 50 mm to have a 70mm I find it ridiculous as well as mount it on zoom type 16-35, if you wantyou increase the focal length of such a lens at the cost of this multiplier you buy a lens of equal focal length without losing a diaphragm ..... or not?

avatarjunior
sent on March 22, 2014

Pros: Small, compact, light ... Everything you can expect from a good lens nikon.

Cons: You can mount only a limited number of objectives.

Opinion: I purchased the multiplier to use combined with my 300 f4 and my nikon d7000 is'm very happy purchase. I did not experience loss of sharpness, AF speed of the decline. I tested it in various situations and I assure you that even if the multiplication factor of 1.4 does not sound like much, in some situations it turned indispensabile.rnConsigliatissimo

avatarjunior
sent on October 29, 2013

Pros: small and compact

Cons: ?? Rn

Opinion: Great multiplier are fully satisfied, af is fast ... there are dominant (as is already good on the kenko pro) on my optic them imperceptible signs of spherical aberration. For purists' s unique Tce worth having .... for a long time I did not understand because of the forum in orbit nikon tell you this .. I had the D70, D2x others ... now, after a while 'I understand why ... I said purists who in my opinion are the ones that do tests to ISO 100, and in fact that's where you see the difference with others where modern sensors do not forgive optical defects of any kind, where it is better to crop a file tce1.4 rather than enter a tce 1.7 or 2x . Indeed, the 1.4 tce is strong it gets really hard to understand from a photo of the signs of his presence, even on optical pro to my eye it is impossible! In fact out of the stamps are now using higher ISO (which we all willingly accept), where the lack of micro-contrast lens becomes less noticeable for the sensor itself will become .... we ..."Short-sighted" and where the advantage of the digital crop improbabile.rnQuindi is great, the best, but the need is not that the others are unrealistic .. RNPs there is a version of "elderly" the TEC II 1.4 and optically identical, the Tce I, change the plugs, the writing, and the tooth of the bayonet in the least. From there, the change from the second to make it compatible with older lenses or Sigma or even stack it with other tce ...

avatarjunior
sent on March 25, 2012

Pros: Small and light, takes up little space in your bag, sealed, exceptional lenses.

Cons: Can only be used with certain lenses, however if you want you can change the "filing" a tab on the bayonet and works on all targets ...

Opinion: Before I had a Kenko Pro 1.4 which unfortunately I lost it, it worked very well on my Nikon 300 f4, the quality loss was minimal, but this Nikon TC is another thing, between 300 multiplied smooth and I have not noticed any drop in quality level after the tests conducted with my Nikon D7000 on a tripod, and remote mirror up, so for those looking for the best picture quality in this Nikon TC 1.4 Kenko that even if it costs twice as much. The magnification factor of 1.4 for someone is not much, but my 300mm f5.6 and 420mm f4 becomes a factor of 1.5 with 630mm f5.6 sensor we have a difference on the ground so you can see well.

avatarsenior
sent on September 28, 2011

Pros: Small and lightweight, insignificant degradation of the optical performance of the lens which is coupled

Cons: Nothing to report except that it is only compatible with a limited number of AF-S and AF-I. can not be mounted on the optical AF and AF-D or the manual focus

Opinion: Weight and dimensions are very small, you can keep permanently in your bag. It fits only some lenses. I tested it with the Nikon AF-S 80-200mm f / 2.8 IF ED and maintains very good performance. The AF does not slow down. I use it as a valid substitute for Nikon 300mm f / 4, with the advantage of having a variable focal length. The conisglio although an increase in focal length of only 1.4 x may seem small

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HI RES 8.8 MP

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