teleconverter


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teleconverter

(ˈtɛlɪkənˌvɜːtə)
n
a device for increasing the focal length of a lens
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Nikon D750, ISO 400, 300-mm lens with 2x teleconverter, f/8, 1/2,500 second, 1 second apart.
I hesitate to call it strictly digital zoom because it results in a full-resolution image and, in many senses, is superior to using a teleconverter for the light transmission loss alone.
Depending on the ability of the photographer, the technique of putting together your macro gears will produce spectacular results: (C) Teleconverter to camera body; (B) then assemble and stack together three extension tubes; and (A) attach macro lens.
25x teleconverter specially to go along with the 800mm behemoth and is the first TC an ED glass element.
Though frowned upon by purists, some photomacrographers (including myself) often employ a Vivitar teleconverter.
4x teleconverter onto his camera to record the striking scene.
A common tool used in the field of lenses is the 2X teleconverter.
Michihiro Yamaki lauded for invention of rear attached teleconverter and interchangeable mount systems by PMDA at CES event
Generally, the longer the lens the more expensive it is, but one alternative to gaining greater magnification without buying a longer lens is to use a teleconverter.
Tenders are invited for Nikon Digital Slr Camera With Lens And Teleconverter
In fact, some photographers have the habit of leaving their teleconverter attached to the lens unless a definite need of 105mm focal length is required.
For three minutes my wish was granted; I captured this scene using my Canon EOS 10D with a 70- to 210-millimeter lens and 2x teleconverter.