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Opinion:Taken with many prejudices and perplexities after testing it on Nikon 500 f 4 AF-s ... on Nikon 300 f2.8. AF-i. Latest model. ( works great on this AF-I too.. Some had told me that it only worked his af-s ... It is not true in this case ... And on Nikon 70-200 f 2.8 AF-s first model .. Really I am very satisfied, obvious and a multiplier,,, and not a fixed,, but I used it both with D4 and with D850 and really amazed me (this week I photographed Jupiter and its moons ... It is not a telescope but it behaved well (if you close a stop improves) used 500 + 2x on d850 X jupiter and its moons
Cons:unjustified cost can not mount manual targets at least my esemplarern
Opinion:I tried the teleconvert with Nikon 70-200 f2.8 VR good focus and stabilization sharpness not much higher than doubler Kenko 2.0x DGX MC7 paid macro 30 euro used but mounts all the goals that the D800 machine can bring. I hope to have found a defective model otherwise does not really make sense spending. He did not carry the automatic focus using the motor of the machine and can not physically fit goals as the DC-135 AF Nikon F2D the Zaiss and Nikon AF-I 300mm f / 2.8 ED-IF and all manuals that I possess .
Cons:Price, but with a little patience you can also find used;)
Opinion:I tried it with both the 70-200 and 200-400 2.8 and I was pleasantly impressed. 70-200 on the AF is always fast and the image quality is very good. Same for the 200-400, only that the AF slows down a bit, but double the multiplication factor, and even if it becomes a f8, always have on hand a 800, and for a certain type of photo is a great focal!
Pros:Very good as TC, though not comparable to excellence TC 1.4.
Cons:Negative points in my expensive and slow to AF.
Opinion:Who wants and want a powerful telephoto without spending too much this is really a good solution; improved from the old version in all aspects especially the sharpness, very fast and accurate AF mounted with the Nikon AF-S 70-200 VR II works really well, except in the Nikon AF-S VR MICRO 105 has all the features but AF is a bit slow. When photographing distant subjects, such as wildlife, birds Nikon TC-20E III is a valuable tool that will allow you to photograph the subject without getting close and disturb them, giving you a lot of satisfaction.
Opinion:Tried with both the 70-200mm f/2.8 G ED VR II with the 105mm f/2.8 G ED VR Micro and I was really pleased! RnIncisività truly remarkable to be a 2X AF fast enough on the 70-200 but very slow on 105.rnSono always been very skeptical about the fact of having to multiply a lens ... (Especially a zoom lens), but I must admit that the results are really interesting!
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