Kenko Teleplus PRO 300 DGX 2x AF Teleconverter

Kenko Teleplus PRO 300 DGX 2x AF Teleconverter

Kenko Teleplus PRO 300 DGX 2x AF Teleconverter

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Kenko Teleplus PRO 300 DGX 2x AF Teleconverter

Kenko Teleplus PRO 300 DGX 2x AF Teleconverter

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  • For Use with Nikon AF Digital Cameras

Lens Mount: Nikon F

Canon EF Nikon F
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With the Kenko Teleplus PRO 300 DGX 2x AF Teleconverter full autofocus (AF) functioning is possible with lenses having a maximum aperture of f/2.8 or brighter. Having 2x magnification, the Teleplus PRO 300 is constructed from seven multi-coated elements in four groups, allowing a depth of field that is half of the prime lens used and retaining the prime's minimum focusing distance.

The Teleplus PRO 300 has genuine Gate Array IC, which means that not only the converter's own data but all data sent from the camera body provide full exposure metering and electronic flash photography.

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Kenko Teleplus PRO 300 DGX 2x AF Teleconverter
  • Front & Rear Lens Caps
  • 1-Year Manufacturer's Warranty
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    • 1Description
    Mount Nikon F
    Magnification 2x
    Optical Design 7 Elements in 4 Groups
    Light Loss Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Length 2" / 51 mm
    Diameter Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Weight 6.5 oz / 184 g
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.65 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 3.6 x 3.2 x 3.2"
    Teleplus PRO 300 DGX 2x AF Teleconverter is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 36.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works perfectly I got mine on time. Tested it on my Nikon 80-200 f2.8 AF D (new) and it works perfectly as reviewed. It also works on my Nikon 28-105 AF D Macro, and my Nikon 35 f2 prime and Nikon 28-70 AF D lenses. It works fully on their AF function. However, the AF doesn't work on my Nkion 70-300 G lens though. It just jiggles and won't focus. You can still use it using manual focus. It doesn't AF on all my other G lenses too. Best works on AF D lenses. Just have to be aware of their now decreased available max aperture. I did a lot of researches and am totally satisfied choosing this tele. If you have lenses like mine and needed one, go for it.
    Date published: 2016-05-15
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Kind of.... Its kind of a good product. You loose too much light using this, you'll have to use manual focus and change the white balance to get the colors right. I have used it with my D7100 and a Nikkor 55mm-300mm to take pictures from the sky, what you will need is a good, very good tripod!
    Date published: 2014-09-04
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Used on safari in Tanzania I bought this before leaving on safari in Tanzania...something to give an extra boost to my 80-200mm f2.8 lens for those animals at a distance. As is stated by most, you will lose some light (f5.6 is the best you can get). Benefits? Absolutely, it allowed me to get right in on some of the closer animals (including a tight shot of an elephant eye) and also to bring the far animals up a little closer. I also found it very useful on the photos of birds, which otherwise were too small to be seen clearly with the 80-200 alone. Any issues? Just a few, but nothing that can't be worked around. On a few occasions, I bumped the release that detaches the teleconverter from the camera body and it started to spin loose. But after doing it a handful of times, I learned to be more careful. Also, since my lens is not a VR, I had to be very stable in order to stop action when the ambient light didn't allow me to use a very fast shutter speed. I did have good luck with a beanbag on top of the truck to help stabilize the lens. Buying a true 400mm lens is preferable, of course, but it's tough to beat the cost of the teleconverter instead...especially for those of us without deep pockets.
    Date published: 2010-06-01
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from High Quality TC Used with Nikon 80-200 AF D, 2 Ring Version. AF still seemed as quick and accurate as it was without the TC. Was a little soft from 380-400, but still very useable. Build was very solid and fit tightly with no play between the lens or body.
    Date published: 2012-01-23
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Buyer be aware I have now shot about 500 frames using this teleconverter using a Nikon 500mm lens and the 80 - 200mm /2.8. The shots has bee both of static resolution targets as well as wild life. All shot is with the camera placed upon a tripod and with the mirror locked up using a remote release all to minimize any camera shake. The lenses without the TELEPLUS are tack sharp down to being able to see individual strands of fur. HOWEVER when using the TELEPLUS with above lenses the result leave a lot to be desired to the point of pictures being unusable giving a soft out of focus picture which you can't do much with. I bought this KENKO as a cheeper alternative to the NIKON tele extender which is a big MISTAKE. NOT TO BE RECOMMENDED.
    Date published: 2013-01-10
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very good with my lens f4 300mm With my nikon d300s and lens Nikor F4 300mm
    Date published: 2014-03-26
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Dad Loves It!!! Bought this for my Dad for Father's Day before his trip to Africa. He says it works great, and that the autofocus works like a charm. So now he can stay twice as far away from hungry lions while getting great shots!
    Date published: 2013-06-12
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent product can focus my AF-D lens Excellent product, it can focus my AF-D lens, which the Nikon convert cannot do
    Date published: 2010-06-11
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