Question about Nikon teleconverters.

Discussion in 'Adapted Lenses' started by Phocal, Jan 13, 2014.

  1. Phocal

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  2. dwig

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    There is absolutely no difference between Ai and Ai-s when it comes to adapting lenses to other mounts when the adapters don't translate any of the lens' meter coupling and auto diaphram functions (e.g. adapting to m43, Fuji-X...). The difference only impacts Nikon bodies that support mechanically coupled Shutter Priority and Program exposure modes and involves the addition of a tab signaling the lens' maximum aperture in addition to the releative-aperture tab shared with Ai lenses along with the standard auito-diaphram stopdown pin common to all Auto Nikkors since 1959.

    If memory holds, there is no optical difference between the TC-200 and the TC-201.
     
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  4. Screamin Scott

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    If you haven't used it already, you will love that Dine lens. I have had one for years (Nikon mount) & most of the macros in my Flickr stream are with that lens. I also use the Dine ring/point light (Sunpack version) with it. I got them from my Father-In-Law (a retired Dentist)
     
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