A&P FS: Tamron 28-75 and Canon 2x tele

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  1. OneTwo

    OneTwo me>you OT Supporter

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    Both are basically brand new. Only a few months old. Not one single scratch or blemish on either. Comes with box and all warranty/accessories that came with it.

    $290 shipped for the Tamron f2.8(comes with tiffen UV filter, Canon mount)
    $230 shipped for the Canon 2x tele - SOLD

    $500 shipped for both.
    Add 3% paypal fees.
     
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  2. N_A

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    will you take 225 for the extender shipped?
     
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    U do know u lose AF unless your on a 1d series body right?
     
  4. White Stormy

    White Stormy Take that, subspace!

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    I learn something new everyday!
     
  6. OneTwo

    OneTwo me>you OT Supporter

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    yep, a/f and IS still worked perfect on my 70-200
    this pic was taken with the 70-200 with the 2x tele.

    [​IMG]
     
  7. N_A

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    I did not, I want it for a 70-200 f4L which it looks like from that chart it's only on certain bodies
     
  8. adamlewis88

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    All non 1D bodies require a minimum aperture of 5.6 to retain auto-focus. It should also be known at that point that only the center point will work. 1D bodies are capable of retaining focus up to f/8.

    If you have a lens that you just really want to use a 2X on, you can always get a non-reporting TC (read: non-Canon) and the camera will still try to focus. It will work slow and even inaccurately at time, but it will work. Of course, if youre going to MF for wildlife or the moon or something, the AF issue is a moot point.
     
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