Tamron SP AF 1.4x Pro Teleconverter

The Tamron SP AF 1.4x Pro Teleconverter features 1.4x Increases focal length and The lens construction has 5 elements in 4 groups. The Tamron SP AF 1.4x Pro Teleconverter lens weighs 132g and it measures 68.0mm in diameter and 19.4mm long.

Overall Rating: ★★★★☆ | Latest Price Info

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Tamron SP AF 1.4x Pro Teleconverter User Reviews

works well for what it does | Rating: ★★★★☆
“..it works OK — Using a D-300, I’ve tried it with the 80-200mm f/2.8 (which turns it into roughly a 112-300mm f/4 lens) and the autofocus is still very quick. The quality of hte photo appears about normal (a steady tripod would probably be very helpful; i was using a monopod).” – by P. Shepard

Not too bad | Rating: ★★★★☆
“The auto-focus works ok in bright light, the VR works too, to my surprise, unfortunately image quality is not top notch but well enough that most photos come out pretty good. Exif data does not show the extra length of the lens, 300mm to 620mm.” – by J-Mon

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Tamron SP AF 1.4x Pro Teleconverter Sample Photos

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Features & Specifications

Tamron SP AF 1.4x Pro Teleconverter Specifications

Simply fit a Tamron teleconverter between the lens and the camera body to increase a lens focal length, giving you extended telephoto capabilities so you can take photos with greater magnification from the same camera position. Tamron’s AF teleconverters are compatible with most AF (autofocus) and autoexposure cameras.

SP for “Super Performance”
Tamron’s SP-series lenses are designed to achieve top optical performance. Ground breaking design concepts give these lenses unsurpassed image quality and ease of use while setting new standards for future generations of lenses.

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