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|Dimensions||2.7 x 2 (68.5 X 52mm)|
|Weight||8.3 oz (234 g)|
The Sigma 2x EX DG Tele Converter review is planned.
I was hesitant to purchase this teleconverter to use with my Sigma 50-150 telephoto lens for my Nikon D7000 because of all the comments and answers to my question "if it was compatible with my lens and camera." I contacted Sigma and they said it would work with no problems.
Gambled on this teleconverter despite some unfavorable reviews. I say it's a great product! Images taken with this teleconverter attached to a Sigma 50-500mm APO DG lens on a Canon EOS 5D Mark IV is surprisingly sharp.
A very good converter. The construction is top notch, I like the Sigma finish. On my Sigma 70-200/2.8 w/1-Series cameras this and the 1.4x do an Excellent job. In bright light the AF is still snappy. In lower light the AF does slow down. I am quite pleased with the IQ I got with these combos.
Surprising image quality
losing two stops
Great product. I used it to add some power to one of my lenses for photographing the eclipse, and it performed great. Nice sharp images. There is a 2 f-stop loss, but I was using a f2.8 lens, so it really wasn't a drawback. As with other Sigma products, I have not been disappointed.
Works perfectly with my sigma 50-500mm lens....the lens has a "converter" lock at 100mm. Sharp images and about two stops less light, but now I am right on top of my subject. Good purchase.
Didn't fit my lens
Fits nicely with the Sigma 70-200 lens. Does what I expected it to do. I recommend this accessory for added length to your lens.
I returned the first one because it was "grinding" as I was putting on my body. Next one came around a couple of weeks later and works great. I've only used it with sigma lenses and the autofocus and metering are not an issue.
Have not really used itmuch
Lose some detail which is expected