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|Light Loss||2 f/stops|
|Length||Approx. 1.9" (48mm) extension from the camera's lens-mounting flange|
|Diameter||Approx. 2.6" (66mm)|
|Weight||Approx 11.6 oz (330 g)|
This is an in-depth review of the new Nikon TC-20E III teleconverter that was released in December of 2009, along with an updated version of the Nikon 300mm f/2.8G VR II lens. The Nikon TC-20E III is a major update to the existing Nikon TC-20E II teleconverter, sporting a brand new optical design...
I originally purchased this to combine with a 300mm f/2.8 VR, but I have yet to purchase that lens. In the meantime I pair this teleconverter with my 70-200mm VR I with results that are satisfactory for me. It's a great combination as I save for the 300!
The only people who have had a problem with this product have not paired it with the right lenses.((( This TC Converter is designed for fast f/2.8 lenses. )))I have two Nikon cameras (D810 and D500) and this 2x TC III doubles my reach and keeps the quality extremely high.Between the two cameras, and...
I just got this lens today and wanted to give my first impression. I am using this 2x multiplier with a Nikon D750 Nikon 200-500mm lens, very heavy. In bright light the pictures are amazing. In darker settings the pictures are a little softer with more grain.
I recently completed field testing the "new" TC-20EIII 2x teleconverter. I have never been a fan of Nikon's TC's, but have to acknowledge when someone improves a product (and improves it this dramatically). Nikon is going to make a LOT of photographers happy with this product.
Dramatically improved image quality
Makes me wish for a new TC-14EIII and TC-17EIII
great extra in your camera bag! well built!
I have not had the opportunity to really test the Teleconverter in varied conditions but in my few tests in the backyard I am very pleased with the retention of image quality.
I have found this AF-S Teleconverter TC-20E lll to be very effective when used with lenses that have f stops at 4 or larger. I found that this teleconverter when coupled with the older Nikkor AF-S 80-200mm f2.8 D lens on the Nikon D500 to focus quickly and accurately, even in lower light situations.
A good doubler to extend the range on a lens.
This teleconverter is extremely sharp and gets the job done. Luckily I did have a lens that was compatible with it. It's my own fault for not doing slightly more research to find that some nikon lenses are not compatible with this device. Be sure to check before purchasing.
seems to be a sharper than previous version