Canon Extender EF 1.4x III
Announced Aug 26, 2010 •
Teleconverter | Canon EF | 4409B002
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By: Pascal Parvex (Apr 15, 2016)
I read that people are using the newest 600mm from Canon with the 1.4x III extender because this combination is sharper as the newest 800mm alone. Is this true? What about autofocus? I own the newest 400mm from Canon, so I am wondering about the same questions with the 2.0x III extender.
Im oing to do shoot within the next few weeks. he subject im going to shoot is a person with white complexion.the does a work. i have to covr him and the work he does. the person is my main subeject but i need to cover foreground element also, which comprises of the small figures (Small staue kind of things).MAny a times i will have the chance to freeze shots when the pour water slowing or with more speed on those figures....many a times with various colour water(SANDAL COLOUR, COLOUR OF...
I am thinking about buying one of the Canon extenders for use on my 6D/EF 70-300 f/4-5.6L combination. I have read a number of reviews that suggest the 1.4x III is sharper than the 2.0x III, but before I take the plunge, I would be grateful for the observations of the forum please. I want to extend the range of my telephoto for some wildlife shots I want to take, and see the extenders as being a more affordable option to the purchase of a new lens Thanks Geoff
Hi. I just bought (almost) new Canon EF 100-400mm lens for bird photography for my 70D camera. As I already own an old Voigtlander Ultron 100-400mm I know that such reach (even with the camera's 1.6 crop factor) is sometimes not enough and I am not that much into photo-cropping in PP. I was reading many threads for last days - unfortunately all of them very outdated - about Canon's 100-400 L + TC setup (mostly with 5DmkIII or 1Ds) and read a lot about the problems with autofocus etc. My...
I have a Canon EOS 6D FF camera and I am going to buy Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM in the near future. And while 70-200mm would cover most of my needs when it comes to reach, I do think of getting more reach for occasional use. So I think of Canon Extender 1.4x and 2.0x (version 3) or a Canon EOS 70D which will give the 1.6x factor. With teleconverters I'll get 280mm and 400mm but with cost of the IQ, focus speed and aperture, with the crop camera I will get 320mm but of the cost of the...
By: DGways (Jul 2, 2013)
I am presently in the market for my first L lens. I am looking to get a telephoto lens that can get me to 400mm, and potentially beyond, for wildlife photography, mostly birds. I was convinced that the lens I was looking for was the 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 because of the l-series build and image quality, and because of the IS. I have also heard good things about the focal range that the lens possesses "saving the day" for some, but I also have my concerns about the lens. I like to manually focus...
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