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<p>AF-S Teleconverter doubles the effective focal length of select compatible NIKKOR lenses, offering an affordable and portable gateway to extend telephoto reach; ideal for sports shooting, wildlife, surveillance and more.</p>
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will this work with my D3000 with AF-S DX VR Zoom-Nikkor f/4-4-5g IF-ED lens

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This teleconverter will not damage your lens but you can't attach slow lens on teleconverter. However if you can attach the lens to teleconverter AF will not usable, it will to slow or not focus.
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NO, it will not work or fit any DX lenses, damage is very likely to be caused if you do try and use it.
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yes it will work.
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I'm aware of you lens compatibility list, but do these TCs work with all Nikon bodies ( like D700 and D800)

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Yes, they work in both bodies well. I have both Nikon D700 and D800. --Thanks!
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Yes, they work and fit with all Nikon DSLR'S, with the right lens.
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Yes they work with all bodies, its just the lenses that are usable or not
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I have a af-s nikkor 70-200 1:4G ED lens and want to know if I can use it with the Nikon TC-20E III 2x teleconverter. What are the limitations if any?

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Just to clarify my answer, I assume you mean the AF-S 70-200 f/4. If you mean the f/2.8 you will have no problems as the maximum aperture would be 5.6.
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Yes, you can use it with no issues
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You will have a maximum aperture of f/8. The D5100 will not auto focus with a lens with max aperture of greater than 5.6.
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I am using TC -20EIII with an AF-S Nikkor 300mm f/4D IF-ED lens and all images are blur , why is this happening?

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Maybe the 300 mm telephoto is not built in with VR technology that affects performance and produce blur images?. In any case AF-S Nikkor 300mm f/4D IF-ED by its own produce very good images.
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D800 is f/8 autfocus capable. Difficult to answer without knowing more about settings, type of photos. I would give Nikon service and support a call. In the US is 800-NIKON-US.
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Which camera are you using, you shooting with a maximum aperture of f /8 and only certain Nikons have f/8 autfocus capabilities.
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I have a AF-S Nikkor 70-300 4.5/5.6 G ED VR lens does it work with the TC-20EIII

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No. Here is a list of compatible lenses.
http://www.nikonusa.com/en_INC/IMG/Assets/Common-Assets/Images/Teleconverter-Compatibility/en_US_Comp_chart.html
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This lens is not compatible with any of our current teleconverters.
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I Have a 24-120 NanoCoat Lens, Can I Use This Convertor?

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If you have a DX Body, being a FX lens, you will have a convert ratio of 1.5 on you focal length, so you are actually shooting at 36-180MM. Awesome lens by the way.
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No, unfortunately you cant.
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teleconverter model

what model fits the nikkor 18-200 lens for Nikon D90?
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Here is a list of the all lens that can use teleconverters.

http://www.nikonusa.com/en_INC/IMG/Assets/Common-Assets/Images/Teleconverter-Compatibility/en_US_Comp_chart.html
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Unfortunately no tc's will fit on the 18-200.
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will autofocus work with d70 and 80-200/2.8 ed?

will autofocus work with d70 and 80-200/2.8 ed?
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If its the AF-S version then yes, older AF versions no.
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In order to answer specifically we’ll need the complete model name of the lens.
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Fit on AF-D 80-200 f:2,8

Will this converter fit on Nikkor AF-D 80-200 F:2,8. If it does, are there any limitations?
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You need the AF-S lens

There is a list of compatible lens on the Nikon site.
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Fit but not have AF.
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Will it work with a AF VR-nikkor 80-400mm lens

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There is a list of compatible lens on the Nikon site.

It is unlikely that you will like the degradation of any 2x converter on the 80-400.
This lens will have to be focused manually.
The converter will let in less light as the f stop will be increased.
Hopefully the next (AF-S) version will be compatible with all the AF-S Nikkor converters
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No.
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I am wondering why the newer TC-20E III is the cheapest in cost of the 3 Teleconverters. Usually, cheaper means lower quality or features.

In the reviews I have read I find the usual, some people like it, some don't, answers but the majority seem to feel that the TC 20E III is a good addition and will work just fine with the 70-200 vr1 f2.8 lens. I am puzzled as to why it is the cheapest of the 3 teleconverters. Are the 1.4 and 1.7 converters better quality? Please advise. Thank you. Don
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I still do not see how that equates to a cheaper lens. Your answer tends to support my idea that the lens should be more expensive. What is bringing the price down? I don't want to take issue with it, just understand the why's and whatfore's.
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The other converters are not higher quality
In fact the TC-20III has the latest technology.
There is a lot less degradation than there was in the previous 2x converter

The problem is that the more you magnify an image, the more any defects in equipment or user technique will show..
You are adding more glass elements to the equation than there are in a 1.4 or 1.7x converter.
The higher image conversion will also negatively effect the f stop and light gathering capacity.
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Compatible w/ Nikkor AF-S DX 55-300 mm VR zoom on a D200?

Didn't see that lens/camera in other questions.
Thanks
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The TC-20 E III wouldn't work with this lens. The converter would loose two stops of light which would make the resulting lens a 110-600 f9-f11 and auto focus would not be possible. The viewfinder would be so dim that manual focus wouldn't work either.

If you desire more reach, you may consider something like the 80-400 VR (without converters) or Nikkor AF-S 300mm f/4D IF-ED (I have this one and its excellent) for use with the TC-14EII.

Good luck,

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Not compatable or usable on a 55-300.
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Does the TC-20EIII work with your new 18-300mm Nikon lens

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Hi
I have yet to find a list of lenses this will work with..
I own it,, bought it for my 70-200mm 2.8, love it,
I would contact "Service and Support" in the main menu bar above,,,
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No
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Is this teleconverter compatible with my Sigma 70-200mm f/2.8 APO EX DG HSM OS FLD or is there another model that is?

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No, it physically will not fit, you would have to use a Sigma tc
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You'll have to ask Sigma.
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If this is a 2x teleconverter on a 70-200 lens, that means it will extend it to 400mm? Seems to be some discrepancy in the reviews.

I am looking to get further than 400m. I currently have an 80-400mm Nikon so I'm not sure it is worth it for me to buy the 70-200mm and add this teleconverter. I will wind up with the same reach, correct?
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You are correct, the 70-200 will become a 140-400 so you would be no better off than using your 80-400.
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FX: 400mm
DX: 700mm effective field of view (200x1.5x2=700)
That could be the confusion.
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Is this what teleconverter allows greater magnification of the macro lens 85mm f3.5 micro nikkor or just a bigger focale length?

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The TC physically will not fit on the 85mm. Only a few lenses can use converters, have a look here,
http://www.nikonusa.com/en_INC/IMG/Assets/Common-Assets/Images/Teleconverter-Compatibility/en_US_Comp_chart.html
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It will not work with the 85mm.
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Can this and any other Nikkor teleconverter be attached safely to a D7000 ?

I understand already that there are a limited number of nikkor lenses that can be attached to the teleconverter so that is not an issue. Thanks for your prompt response !
 
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Yes. Nikon teleconverters can connect to any Nikon D-SLR, however not every lens is compatible with the teleconverters. Check out this new article to learn more and for a link to the full compatibility list of NIKKOR lenses: http://www.nikonusa.com/en/Learn-An....
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Yes, they will attach without any problem.
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Will the AF-S Teleconverter TC-20E III tele converte Fit my AF-S Nikkor 55-300mm 1:45-5,6 G ED lense?

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No, will not work or fit
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No, it will not fit or work with that lens.
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Where do I find list of compatible lens?

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http://www.nikonusa.com/en_INC/IMG/Assets/Common-Assets/Images/Teleconverter-Compatibility/en_US_Comp_chart.html
Has not been updated to include some of the newer lenses such as the 70-200f/4 and the new 80-400.
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Please click the 'teleconverter compatibility table' located below the 'Overview' tab on the far right of the product page.
 
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Does this work with Micro-NIKKOR 105mm f/2.8

Where is the compatibility chart?
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Compatibility chart:
http://www.nikonusa.com/en_INC/IMG/Assets/Common-Assets/Images/Teleconverter-Compatibility/EN_Comp_chart.html
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If the lens is the AF-D version no but will work on the AF-S version
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