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|Weight||8 oz (228 g)|
It is as good as I expected. Not great, but does its job most of the time. Pictures often get over-exposed. But that may happen with teleconverters, from what I understand.
Great photos with this teleconverter and an old 70-300 Nokkor lens. Auto focus works for almost all applications. Only need to switch to manual mode at 300 in low light. Other than that, it works fine.
I use with my D7000 and FX lenses and it works very well
The teleconverter (TC) works as described. In particular, the literature from Tamron says autofocus (AF) will not work at apertures smaller than f/5.6. This is true with a Nikon 55-300mm f/5.6 zoom lens.
Does not auto focus for the d5500 nikon
Great edition to my lens!
It does allow you to get closer to your subject. However the images are degraded significantly. Also if you're shooting outdoors you need a sturdy tripod and very little wind. The slightest shake degrades the quality even more. If you're looking for sharp pictures this isn't what you need.
This doubler works with my Canon 6D camera and my 100-400 mm Canon EF/IS zoom lens. The camera autofocuses at all focal lengths. At 400 mm on the zoom lens the Doubler brings The vocal to 800 mm. Autofocuss still works. The picture is quite sharp. I am using it on a tripod.
Works great for nature pictures very clear lens
The Tamron works great with my name brand 55-300 lens, while the name brand 2x converter is incompatible with the 55-300. The autofocus connects, but it goes into a wild back-and-forth focus-seeking mode if the entire scene isn't at one distance. Manual focus will be used in most cases.