Asked by Adam White — 12 Aug 2014
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Dave Green said:
I'd recommend one if your 300mm is a prime with max aperture of F4 or F2.8 - but not if it's slower or a zoom lens as it probably won't fit and you'd almost certainly lose auto focus. The Nikon x1.4 works very well on my Nikon 300mm F4 prime.
2 years ago
Michael Fuchs said:
I use the Nikon x1.4 (Tc-14b) all the time on my Nikkor 300mm f2.8 ED IF MF prime. It's a great combination. I have used them together for about 6 years now. I also have a 500mm, but if I am traveling international, I take the 300mm and the 1.4 teleconverter because it's so much lighter and smaller. I usually set the internal settings on my camera (D2x or D4) to 400mm for that combination, so if you see one of my photos listed as shot with a 400mm, it was actually the 300mm+x1.4
1 year, 10 months ago
Steve Brushett said:
A tele convertor is not cheap, you can get a Sigma 150-500 for around Â£450-500, I was going to get a convertor but after much research decided that saving up for the Sigma was my best option, and glad I did.
10 months ago
Mauricio Jimenez said:
Stay away from teleconverters, too many glass elements and really not worth the money.
8 months, 2 weeks ago
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