Re: Nikon Teleconverters

Discussion in 'Digital Photography' started by Anthony Polson, Dec 10, 2012.

  1. Eric Stevens <> wrote:
    >I remember a discussion of the relative merits of each of these some
    >time ago. Unfortunately I didn't pay pay much attention and have since
    >deleted the thread.
    >
    >I seem to recall that the 1.4 times was judged not too bad and so to
    >was the 1.7. However the 2 times was regarded held to visibly degrade
    >the image for pixel peepers. Am I correct.
    >
    >I am considering using one on my 70-200 f/2.8 zoom. Does anyone here
    >have any experience with any of these?



    I keep a 2X teleconverter in my Nikon outfit but rarely use it. It is
    the Kenko Pro 300 2X converter and it operates autofocus with both
    AF-S Silent Wave and AF screwdriver drive Nikkors.

    Optically, it is better than the Nikon 2X which only offers autofocus
    with AF-S lenses.
     
    Anthony Polson, Dec 10, 2012
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