Reviews and Problems with Kenko TelePlus MC4 AF 1.4X DGX Teleconverter
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Alan, B&H Photo
23 March 2016
Excerpt: I used it for the first time when I took pictures in a small quaint town and DC. It worked well with my regular lenses giving me clear pictures. I tried it on another 300 zoom and it did not work but for the price I did not expect it to. Great for the price.
Excerpt: I have used it several times shooting sports.Just have to remind myself that it effects DOF.So if things seem out of focus this is why.Downloaded a DOF calculator to remind myself of this factor dofmaster.com Does slow auto focus at maximum distance but if you back off a little its fine.
Excerpt: I have rented big telephoto lenses before when I wanted to photograph wildlife in the distance. I always found them to be more trouble than they were worth. I admit that I am not the type of wildlife photographer who hides out in a blind or is happy to stand around in a crowd of photographer with...
Excerpt: I was specifically looking to enhance the zoom on my Canon EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS USM lens which I use on a Canon t4i. Tried out several other teleconverters in the store, including the Canon at 4 times the price. This was the only one that retained the ability to auto-focus at full zoom.
Excerpt: I have been using this TC with my 75-300 Zoom. When I look a the meta data all indications are correct. The resolution at 300 mm is good; the sharpness is good especially if I use the camera's magnifier. Autofocus does not work with this lens, but that was expected.
Excerpt: I used this with a Nikon D7000 and a Nikon 18-200 telephoto lens. It goes on the camera easily and the lens attaches easily. There is a small amount of play but not enough to be sensed during use. The lens autofocuses and extends reach as expected.
Pros: Durable, Easily Interchangeable, Lightweight, Nice Bokeh, Strong Construction