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Canon Extender EF 2X III USA

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Product Highlights
  • EF Mount Teleconverter
  • 2.0x Magnification Factor
  • Microcomputer Controlled
  • Communication Between Lens & Camera
  • Spectra Coating Reduces Ghosting/ Flare
  • Protective Fluorine Coating
  • Dust and Water Resistant
  • Compatible with Select EF Mount Lenses

The Extender EF 2X III from Canon is designed for select Canon EF mount L-series telephoto lenses. It increases the focal length of a lens by a factor of 2x while still delivering superb image quality. To ensure the best possible image quality in all shooting conditions, it combines redesigned optics, improved data communication between lens and camera and enhanced environmental protection. It is ideal for photojournalists and wildlife, nature and sports photographers who need to get close to distant and challenging subjects and it reduces the need to carry heavy telephoto lenses.

The Extender EF 2x III features nine optical elements in five groups, ensuring improved optical performance. All optical elements have Canon's Super Spectra coating to reduce ghosting and flare. A new Fluorine Coating on the front and rear elements makes marks, such as spots left by water or fingerprints, much easier to clean than standard coatings.

To facilitate the accurate transfer of imaging data between the lens and camera body, the extender features an integrated processor which ensures all focusing, metering and ID information is available - allowing the photographer to capture balanced, well-exposed images. When combined with the latest range of premium Canon L-series lenses, these extenders enable AF accuracy even when capturing moving subjects. When attached, the 2x extender reduces the effective maximum aperture by 2 stops.

A carefully positioned lens release mechanism also makes it easy to mount the extenders quickly, reducing the time that the camera and lens are exposed to the environment. The extenders offer the exceptional build-quality expected from Canon's professional products, and are resistant to both dust and water, allowing photographers to use them in extreme shooting conditions.

Note: This converter is only compatible with fixed focal length L-series lenses 135mm and over, as well as the EF 70-200/2.8L, EF 70-200/2.8L IS, EF 70-200/4L, and EF 100-400/4.5-5.6L. Additionally, please see the lens and/or camera body manual for full autofocus compatibility information with the Extender EF 2X III.

Carefully positioned lens release mechanism makes it easy to mount the extender quickly, reducing the time the camera and lens are exposed to the environment.
Integrated processor communicates between camera and lens and ensures all focusing, metering and ID information is available.
All optical elements use Canon's Super Spectra coating, reducing ghosting and flare.
Fluorine Coating on the front and rear elements keeps soiling, smears, and fingerprints to a minimum.
Sealed to be resistant to both dust and water, allowing photographers to use them in extreme shooting conditions.
Magnification 2.0x
Lens Elements/Groups 9/5
Light Loss 2 Stops
Length 2.1" (52.7mm)
Diameter 2.8" (72.0mm)
Weight 11.46 oz (325g)
Canon Extender EF 2X III
  • Extender Cap E II
  • Lens Dust Cap E (Rear)
  • Lens Case LP811
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    CanonExtender EF 2X III
     
    4.5

    (based on 322 reviews)

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      (91)

    • 3 Stars

       

      (16)

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    94%

    of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

    Pros

    • Strong construction (149)
    • Easily interchangeable (136)
    • Durable (113)
    • Rugged (100)
    • Consistent output (88)

    Cons

    • Poor in low light (61)
    • Slow focus (41)
    • Heavy (21)
    • Blurry focus (11)
    • No increase in performance (3)

    Best Uses

    • Wildlife photos (165)
    • Sports/action (99)
    • Landscape/scenery (82)
    • Shooting outdoors (67)
    • Weddings (23)
      • Reviewer Profile:
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    Most Liked Positive Review

     

    Nice addition.

    I am very surprised with this extender. I am using this on a 5D Mark III with the 70-200 f/2.8 IS II. I read several reviews saying the image wasn't very sharp...Read complete review

    I am very surprised with this extender. I am using this on a 5D Mark III with the 70-200 f/2.8 IS II. I read several reviews saying the image wasn't very sharp but I am getting some great results with it (even hand held.) Just remember to double the shutter speed compared to your zoom to get the best results. So if you are shooting at 200mm with the 2x extender you will be at 400mm so your shutter speed will need to be at least 1/800 to get the best results. If you are on a tripod you can get away with a slower shutter but I try to keep it at least equivalent to the lens. I will attach a quick photo I shot from 20ft away at 400mm total and then the cropped version to see all the detail.

    The compatibility chart says, "If the EF 70-200mm f/2.8L USM lens is attached to an EOS camera having multiple focusing points and an Extender is attached to the lens, only the center focusing point will be usable for AF". But, to my surprise, ALL of my focus points are working with this lens and the 2x extender. I had to go back and re-read it to make sure I wasn't misunderstanding, but EVERY focus point is working even though it says only the center focus point would be useable. The only drawback I can see so far is the focus is much slower to find it's mark in low light but seems to be great with well lit subjects. So maybe the message is for older cameras?

    One other thing I have noticed but haven't had time to do a real test is the depth of field. The loss of light is as it should be by doubling the 2.8 to 5.6 but the depth of field doesn't seem to follow what I expected. Normally if I am shooting a subject at f5.6, I would have a deeper focus area. With the extender, I seem to be getting a really shallow depth of field as if I were still shooting at 2.8. So to get some more usable focus depth I have to stop it down to 7.1 or higher (as you can see in photos below shot at f9). I actually like the really shallow depth I am getting since I mostly shoot artistic shots and modeling but I could see how this would be a problem with sports and such and may be the reason some people are getting some softer results. And again, I haven't had time to completely test this theory.

    So, to sum it up. I have had very sharp results with the 2x Extender as long as I keep the shutter at the proper speed. It is a great way to double your compatible lenses (will not work with incompatible lenses because of the way part of it slides into the lens.) And, on my 5D Mark III with the 70-200 2.8 IS II, ALL the focus points are working. I love having a small way to basically have the zoom of a 400 without carrying the extra bulk and the cost. If I were shooting sports or such for a living, I would buy the proper lens. It does lose focus speed relative to the amount of light available and in lower light may not focus at all unless you can find a hard edge to catch.

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    Most Liked Negative Review

     

    Disappointed

    I had never tried a 2X before, thinking it might be too good to be true. But with the new series III, I thought it might be OK on a high-quality prime lens. ...Read complete review

    I had never tried a 2X before, thinking it might be too good to be true. But with the new series III, I thought it might be OK on a high-quality prime lens. I went out for the day with my 7D and the 2x extender attached to a 500mm f4 IS lens. During the shooting (birds at considerable distance), I revelled in the closer view I was getting. However, back at the computer, I wasn't so happy. I am used to getting crisp feather detail on bird images, having learned good technique over about 5 years of serious practice with wildlife, shooting with Canon gear, most shots using the above 500mm lens with a 1.4X Extender. There was no crisp detail in any of the shots with the 2x. Even with ambitious post-processing from RAW, they were throwaway shots. The best single descriptor I had for the shots was "mush".

    To be sure it wasn't just a bad day, I set up a controlled situation indoors. Mounted to a sturdy Gitzo tripod, with mirror locked up, etc., I took photos with just the 500mm lens mounted, then the 1.4X, then the 2.0X, all of the same subjects. Later I compared them on the computer, with the same results I got in the field; the 500mm results were sharp, the 1.4X a little less so but still very good, and the 2.0x result were garbage. Here was the decisive test: I resized the test photos from the 500mm alone by a factor of 2.0 in Photoshop, something no sane photographer would do to achieve a better result. However, the resulting images were sharper than those taken with the 2.0X extender. In short, the 2.0x not only did not provide and benefit, it was actually detrimental. I concluded I would get better results by shooting with the 500mm alone and cropping to fill the frame with the bird. Fortunately, I bought this from B&H rather than from someone on an on-line auction site or a lesser retail company. They took it back in a completely pleasant and business-like manner. Thank you, B&H.

    This results still confuses me. The people at Canon are no dummies, so why would they make something that provides no benefit? I have no answer to that. It is just possible that I had a defective unit, so before you use this review alone to make your decision, search for others.

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    5.0

    As I expected.

    By bmcbride

    from Ontario, Ca.

    Comments about Canon Extender EF 2X III:

    I have been considering a doubler fr some time. And upon unpacking it I was not dissappointed. The.quality and workmanship are excellent. The price was more than the aftermarket doubters, but over the years I have found that you get what you pay for. So I don't cut corners. The picture quality through my EE 100-400mm f/.5-5.6 L IS UMS lens is more than I had hoped for.

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    4.0

    The inbetween product

    By Huey

    from Rochester, MN

    About Me Photography Student

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Lightweight
    • Rugged
    • Strong Construction

    Cons

    • Poor in Low Light

    Best Uses

    • Landscape/Scenery

    Comments about Canon Extender EF 2X III:

    The 2x Extender is a good selection for those who need the longer focal lengths, but are not ready to commit to the higher prices. The draw back of course is the loss of two stops, but can work around those. Also helps my main lense is f2.8. My test results were good and will use this extender again.

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    4.0

    Close Encounters of the Focal Kind

    By Michael

    from Glarus, Switzerland

    About Me Pro Photographer

    Verified Reviewer

    Pros

    • Consistent Output
    • Easily Interchangeable
    • Lightweight
    • Rugged

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Landscape/Scenery

      Comments about Canon Extender EF 2X III:

      As other reviews indicate, there is a loss of light (on the 135 mm 2.0, it becomes 270 mm 4.0)- this being understood, having the availability of such powerful magnification/telefoto is fantastic.

      For myself, the 70-200 2.8 is needed for more flexibility, and with the 2x it means 140-400mm- plus, due to working with a crop-sensor 70D, it yields a whopping 224mm to 640 mm.

      That being said, the extender needs to be considered for what it is- a tremendous magnifier for less cost and weight of a dedicated higher-tele prime, but with some caveats- also, to need to change out (135mm vs 270mm) quickly is a practice- still, this is definitely a high-quality piece of equipment for enjoying closer encounters of the focal kind.

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      5.0

      Need more focal length ???

      By Mark Allen Reese Photography

      from Grand Jct., Colorado

      About Me Pro Photographer

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Consistent Output
      • Durable
      • Easily Interchangeable
      • Rugged
      • Strong Construction

      Cons

      • Heavy

      Best Uses

      • Landscape/Scenery
      • Wildlife Photos

      Comments about Canon Extender EF 2X III:

      I mainly use this when I am shooting wild life or sunsets.

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      5.0

      Good Products

      By Gr

      from Boston

      Comments about Canon Extender EF 2X III:

      Nicely install on my 5d3 and 70-200 is2

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      5.0

      Fantastic Product

      By Krazy Kajun

      from Ladys Island, SC

      About Me Semi-pro Photographer

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Consistent Output
      • Durable
      • Easily Interchangeable
      • Fast / accurate auto-focus
      • Rugged
      • Strong Construction

      Cons

      • Heavy

      Best Uses

      • Sports/Action
      • Wildlife Photos

      Comments about Canon Extender EF 2X III:

      Wildlife Photography
      Turns my 500mm lens to a 1,000 mm lens
      Must use support when connected to 500 mm lens.

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      5.0

      Well worth the money

      By krag851

      from Tampa, FL

      About Me Photo Enthusiast

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Consistent Output
      • Durable
      • Easily Interchangeable
      • Fast / accurate auto-focus
      • Rugged
      • Strong Construction

      Cons

      • Poor in Low Light
      • Slow Focus

      Best Uses

      • Landscape/Scenery
      • Wildlife Photos

      Comments about Canon Extender EF 2X III:

      I bought this extender as a cheaper alternative to buying a longer telephoto lens. Using it on my Canon 7D with the 70-200mm L II lens has proven to be a great way to get animal closeups at a fraction of the cost of a good telephoto lens.

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      4.0

      Nice Lightweight Compromise

      By TNPhoto

      from Nashville, TN

      About Me Semi-pro Photographer

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      Pros

      • Durable
      • Easily Interchangeable
      • Extra Reach
      • Lightweight
      • Strong Construction

      Cons

      • Auto Focus Won't Work
      • Little slow for sports
      • Poor in Low Light
      • Slow Focus

      Best Uses

      • Bird photography
      • Wildlife Photos

      Comments about Canon Extender EF 2X III:

      The 2x III Extender is a nice accessory to have in your bag. It does what it claims - it doubles your focal length for select Canon L lens. This is nice when you need more reach and you don't have a longer lens with you. The downside is the lose of light - you lose 2 stops with this device. Also, auto focus will not work with some camera bodies so use of a tripod & manual focusing is necessary. Other that that, the sharpness & contrast is very good and the extra reach is nice to have.

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      3.0

      soft pic

      By oldman

      from Virgina Beach, VA

      About Me Semi-pro Photographer

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      Pros

      • Durable
      • Easily Interchangeable
      • Rugged
      • Strong Construction

      Cons

      • Blurry Focus

      Best Uses

        Comments about Canon Extender EF 2X III:

        The images where to soft for me. I think you need to micro-adjust for lens used with the extension.

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        1.0

        softens and fringes images

        By felixtm

        from miami FL

        About Me Pro Photographer

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        Pros

          Cons

          • Fringing
          • Soft image

          Best Uses

          • Landscape/Scenery
          • Sports/Action
          • Weddings/Events

          Comments about Canon Extender EF 2X III:

          I just bought this to couple with my 17mm tse and 24mm tse and also on the 70-200 2.8 IS II and and completly not happy with any of the results yet.
          I'm a professional architectural photographer and this is significantly softening images and adding red and purple fringing on contrasting lines much like using a 18-55 kit lens or so. all my tse lenses are very sharp with no fringing. I will test further with adjusting back/forward focus to see if that will reduce the fringing and softness.
          I also tested this on the 70-200 is II so with this converter your max open aperature is 5.6 which is ok but the same negative results are occuring as well with fringing and softening images. Iadjusted 5 pointes back focus and the results were a little better but still softer and would look bad on a large print.

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          5.0

          Brilliant – addition; but learn how to m

          By ThomasInAms

          from San Jose CA, Amsterdam NL

          About Me Semi-pro Photographer

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Consistent Output
          • Easily Interchangeable
          • Rugged

          Cons

          • Heavy

          Best Uses

          • Landscape/Scenery
          • Wildlife Photos

          Comments about Canon Extender EF 2X III:

          It is interesting to see some complaints about lack of sharpness, especially on the EF 70-200mm f/2.8L USM.

          I am the first to admit, that the fore mentioned lens is an incredible work of engineering – and delivers excellent results independent of head behind the camera skill.

          Add the 2X extender and now you have a different lens. This lens is also brilliant BUT is less forgiving and head behind camera must adjust accordingly.

          Take the time to learn and understand your new lens. You will be very pleased with the results..

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          5.0

          Just what I wanted!

          By Gary

          from Connecticut

          About Me Pro Photographer

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Easily Interchangeable
          • Rugged
          • Strong Construction

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Sports/Action

            Comments about Canon Extender EF 2X III:

            This 2X Extender is exactly what I wanted.

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            5.0

            Excellent in the right circumstances

            By KMD

            from Ohio

            About Me Semi-pro Photographer

            Verified Reviewer

            Pros

            • Consistent Output
            • Durable
            • Easily Interchangeable
            • Lightweight
            • Rugged
            • Strong Construction

            Cons

            • Poor in Low Light
            • Slow Focus

            Best Uses

            • Wildlife Photos

            Comments about Canon Extender EF 2X III:

            I purchased this to use with my 5DIII and 200-400 f/4. I was very hesitant given some of the very poor reviews, and because I've always read that image quality was significantly degraded with extenders, especially the 2X. My experience is that in the right circumstances any loss in image quality is more than compensated for by putting more pixels on the target. Like any long lens, this TC will not allow shooting at greater distances. What is does is allow putting more pixels on the target from reasonable distances. In my opinion the only real downsides are slower focusing for action photos, like birds and aircraft in flight, and the loss of two stops of light in low light situations. But for static subjects, this TC stays on my 200-400 almost all of the time, unless I'm shooting in low or difficult lighting.

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            5.0

            An outstanding addition to my lens kit

            By Tribaltat

            from Maine, USA

            About Me Semi-pro Photographer

            Verified Reviewer

            Pros

            • Consistent Output
            • Nice Bokeh
            • Strong Construction

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Sports/Action
              • Wildlife Photos

              Comments about Canon Extender EF 2X III:

              I purchased this item to use for whale, seal, and bird photography. I had read several reviews indicating that the photos taken using this extender were often a bit soft. I was also concerned that it was only compatible with certain lens/camera combinations. I recently had the chance to use it during a puffin and whale watch trip and was shocked by how sharp the photos turned out. I matched it with my Canon 300mm f/4L and Canon 1D mkIV. This combination still allows the camera's auto/servo focus and stabilization to work properly. I'm looking forward to trying it on my Canon 7D body with my 300mm f/2.8 and 70-200mm 2.8 lenses. If your lighting conditions are sufficient, this is a good alternative to spending the big bucks on the 600mm lenses. It's also much easier to hand hold on a moving boat.

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              5.0

              Good extra reach

              By Viking

              from Doha, Qatar

              About Me Photo Enthusiast

              Verified Reviewer

              Pros

              • Consistent Output
              • Durable
              • Easily Interchangeable
              • Strong Construction

              Cons

              • Poor in Low Light
              • Slow Focus

              Best Uses

              • Landscape/Scenery
              • Macro Photography
              • Wildlife Photos

              Comments about Canon Extender EF 2X III:

              I bought this extender after considering having a longer reach, knowing in advance the loss of 2-stops of light, slower AF and some loss in IQ, however, I am still very please with the results in combination with my 70-200mm f2.8L IS II. I had the Mark II and I never got the results I am obtaining with the Mark III.
              Once installed, you should realise that the performance in low light will be pooooorrrr.
              If you know the disadvantages and accept them, hence you have here an excellent gear for your photography.

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              5.0

              Doesn't Disappoint

              By Photoguy

              from USA

              About Me Photo Enthusiast

              Verified Buyer

              Pros

              • Consistent Output
              • Durable
              • Easily Interchangeable
              • Fast / accurate auto-focus
              • Lightweight
              • Rugged
              • Strong Construction

              Cons

                Best Uses

                • Landscape/Scenery
                • Sports/Action
                • Weddings/Events
                • Wildlife Photos

                Comments about Canon Extender EF 2X III:

                Typical Canon L series quality, not much that disappoints. Excellent bang for your buck!!

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                5.0

                Great lens

                By Real

                from SD

                Verified Buyer

                Pros

                • Durable
                • Lightweight
                • Rugged
                • Strong Construction

                Cons

                  Best Uses

                    Comments about Canon Extender EF 2X III:

                    I use this for shoots of houses.

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                    4.0

                    Must Have Accessory for EF 70-200 f/2.8

                    By Dale Frink Photography

                    from Orange County, CA

                    About Me Pro Photographer

                    Pros

                    • Consistent Output

                    Cons

                    • Poor in Low Light

                    Best Uses

                      Comments about Canon Extender EF 2X III:

                      If you are already taking the time and effort to get the EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II, then you should take just a little bit more to get this extender. While it does slow the lens down to f/5.6, the image quality is still great and that added bit of length adds versatility to a great lens.

                      The extender-aided lens does not work as well in low light situations, which are few and far between for me but your mileage may vary. It is also worth noting that it does take a little bit of time to add or remove the extender, meaning that if you suddenly need to decrease your focal length again you might lose a shot or two if you need to act quickly.

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                      5.0

                      Perfect companion for primes...

                      By Concert Carrie

                      from Frederick, MD

                      About Me Semi-pro Photographer

                      Pros

                      • Consistent Output
                      • Durable
                      • Easily Interchangeable
                      • Highly Portable Telephoto
                      • Lightweight
                      • Maintains Minimum Focus
                      • Strong Construction

                      Cons

                      • Slow Focus

                      Best Uses

                      • Macro Photography
                      • Remote Locations
                      • Sports/Action
                      • Weddings/Events
                      • Wildlife Photos

                      Comments about Canon Extender EF 2X III:

                      I was worried when I read the reviews claiming this extender had no detail and resulted in soft images. I am so glad I tried this product for myself. I use this with both my 135mm/f2.0L and 200mm/f2.8L. I recommend dialing in the autofocus micro-adjust on DSLR's, even if you have already adjusted the lens.

                      This is a great tool to take in the field in place of heavier equipment. It also maintains its value in that if you buy a longer lens tomorrow the Extender can double that lens as well.

                      This product does not affect your minimum focus, so you double your lens magnification, a bonus for macro photography.

                      If you use the extender to double your subject size, instead doubling your distance from the subject, remember that your DOF may drop significantly. A closeup on a bird from 15 feet may have a depth of field of only an inch.

                      Whatever my DOF with the 200mm at f2.8, I get only half that with the 400mm at f5.6. I think this is where a lot of complaints about "softness" arise.

                      The photos below have DOF of 1/10" to 2", and were shot at 5 to 15 feet with the Extender 2X III and a 200mm f2.8L II USM. With a shallow DOF, I use the manual focus to adjust AF, or use manual without AF. The AF will focus fine, but perhaps not on the part of your subject you desire.

                      If you shoot handheld you should plan on loosing 3 stops of light instead of 2, as you will need to double the shutter speed you use when the lens is not extended.

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                      5.0

                      Great Image Quality!!

                      By Chip

                      from Goldsboro, NC

                      About Me Semi-pro Photographer

                      Verified Buyer

                      Pros

                      • Consistent Output
                      • Durable
                      • Easily Interchangeable
                      • Fast / accurate auto-focus
                      • Nice Bokeh
                      • Rugged
                      • Strong Construction

                      Cons

                        Best Uses

                        • Landscape/Scenery
                        • Sports/Action
                        • Wildlife Photos

                        Comments about Canon Extender EF 2X III:

                        Bought this to use with my Canon 70-200mm IS f2.8 II. Great image quality when paired with this lens. Did a side-by-side comparison with the Canon 100-400mm f4-5.6 IS and the image quality appears to be superior with the extender. The focus is a slower than the Canon 100-400.

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