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Re: Pronghorn Antelope [Re: James Morrissey] #5723
12/07/06 02:14 PM
12/07/06 02:14 PM
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That is great James. I can't get any sharp results with my 2x converter, even on a tripod. Any suggestions?

Re: Pronghorn Antelope [Re: mmoor] #5724
12/07/06 02:17 PM
12/07/06 02:17 PM
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Hey Matt,

Do you think you can post some examples of shots that you are not happy with? I will be glad to try to help, but 'seeing' the problem really helps.

ALso, which lens are you using with the 2x converter? The other element is the tripod head.

James

Re: Pronghorn Antelope [Re: James Morrissey] #5725
12/08/06 03:05 PM
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I am still no further along with learning a method of posting to the web page. I just have not had time. I hope to have more time this winter. I have used to converters with both the 20-200 2.8 and the 100-400 IS on a bogen tripod and head, I don't have them in front of me and can't remember the model. They were used in situations that should have been fine( such as on a road with no wind). Using the same lense without the converter gave me sharp pictures but I just don't have the reach I would like.

thanks

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