Summary: I BOUGHT THIS USED AND I AM VERY HAPPY THE WAY IT FITS AND WORKS WITH MY D750 / 70-200MM F4.. PHOTOS ARE SHARP , THE XTRA RANGE IS GREAT WHEN NEEDED . IT'S A SHAME IT DOSN'T FIT MY D3200 BUT THEN THERE NOT REALY THE SAME CAMERA FX/DX
Enjoyed the lens converter though put my darker lens
Eneias Rodrigues, Amazon
8 December 2006
Summary: Enjoyed the lens converter though put my darker lens. If you are going to take pictures in places with good light this is a good buy. Increases double your lens and does not lose its focus quickly
Buyer Beware - Does Not Fit All Nikon Digital SLR Cameras
23 October 2006
Summary: the "ad" for this converter states for Nikon Digital SLR Cameras...It does not fit all Nikon Digital Cameras and lenses.... After searching, hidden in all the comments, a lens compatibility chart was found and it fits a very narrow range of lenses for Nikon....
Summary: Read the full compatibility specs on this teleconverter before buying, unlike I did. While this teleconverter is compatible with the Nikon 80-200mm f/2.8, it's only compatible for the AFS version of the lens and not the AF lens.
Summary: I really enjoy using this Tele-convertor. It does a great job paired along with my Nikon D7000 and Nikkor 70-200mm 2.8 VR1..... Ive read and watched so many reviews about this product and almost didnt buy one after hearing about soft images... Thats not the case for me.
Summary: All the reviews of the product were good, however it would not adapt to the Nikon D5100. I had to return it. If it had worked I would most likely have kept and used it...The vendor gave good service, had good communications and was prompt on delivery and return of the Converter.
Summary: I have an older model of the TC-20E, stamped with "AF-I Teleconverter" which is the same unit as the one stamped "AF-S Teleconverter." Nikon only changed the name and not the manufacturing. If you find one used don't be scared away by it's potential compatibility.
Good product, but do your homework before ordering
Tom Coyner, Onsite Studios, Amazon
6 February 2006
Summary: Buying any teleconverter takes a good bit of homework. Teleconverters are not nearly as compatible with lenses - including of the same manufacturer - as most people may assume. Though I use this with an older Nikkor 70~200mm lens for sports events, it is actually designed for longer telephotos.