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I am a Certified Professional Photographer who pixel peeps. I have a huge array of Canon gear to compare with when evaluating the Sony gear. I was very happy with the stunning performance of the a7R2 camera and 70-200 Gmaster lens, and equally impressed with the 1.4 teleconverter which maintained...
This converter is awesome and it designed for 16mm lens I have just try it on 35mm macro lens and DOF increased and decreases the minimum focus about 1mm !! It didn't work perfectly on 18-55 and 55-210 I will add photo soon
After reading the mediocre reviews for the SEL16F28, I ended up trying this lens (SEL20F28). The lens has proved to be very handy, and I am generally happy with the photos. The photos are sharp, but low light scenes may be a little dark with some vignetting. Two jpeg photos are uploaded for review.
I like this teleconverter for the extra length, but you should expect the focusing to be a tad bit slower than when using the 70-200 without the converter. I had some issues with the lens hunting more than usual, especially when trying to do shots of a track meet and also had some trouble with dogs.
Recently I took approximately 100 pictures of birds and small animals. I used Sony FE 2.0 Teleconverter with my SEL100400GM and Sony A7RII. It was a perfect match. I did not notice any significant auto/manual focus or sharpness issues.
Image quality is about the same between Sigma's 30F/1.4 and this Sony. Where the Sony shines is in focus speed and all the electronics in it work as designed. This alone makes it a better choice. I do miss the 2/3RD of a stop though.
Amazingly good, especially compared to 2x Canon converters I have used. I tested this on a Sony A7rMk2 with the 100-400mm Sony GM lens and a focus test chart. I compared images taken with a Canon 800mm (with Metabones adapter) on the A7r2 against images with the Sony 100-400 at 400mm and the 2x on a...
Got this lens for it pancake size, good image, great size, used with A6300
The two full stops of light loss truly kill the sharp detail the 70-200mm f2.8 provides. I was so excited to get this to work. It’s a great concept and may work in the middl of the day. But, if you are shooting Wildlife deep in the woods, it is just too dark.
Great for sports (all I have used it for so far). Would recommend.