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Kenko DGX MC7 2X N-AF Extender (for Nikon)

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Kenko DGX MC7 2X N-AF Extender (for Nikon)

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Highlights

  • Lens for Nikon D600 DSLR, Nikon D7100 DSLR, Nikon D800 DSLR
  • 100% Genuine Product
  • Lens for Nikon D600 DSLR, Nikon D7100 DSLR, Nikon D800 DSLR, Nikon D3100,Nikon D3200,Nikon D3300,Nikon D5100,Nikon D5200,Nikon D5300,Nikon D7000
  • 1 Year Kenko India
  • Doubles focal length of your lens
  • Features a 7-element
  • 4-group design with multi-coated lens elements
  • Minimises amount of light
  • Fully automatic diaphragm coupling
  • SUPC: 1276967

Specifications

Technical Specifications
Model MC7 N-AF 2.0 DGX
Magnification 2.0x
Depth of field 1/2 of prime lens
Minimum focus distance Same as prime lens
Construction 7E / 4G
Diaphragm coupling Fully automatic
Lens coating Digital Multi Coating
Exposure magnification Approx 4 times (equivalent to 2 diaphragm)
Barrel length 35.7mm approx.
Weight 157g

Description

 

Just owning a camera is not enough for a photography enthusiast. The DGX MC7 2X N-AF Extender (for Nikon) is a must-have for shutterbugs as it offers the spectacular effect of doubling the focal length of your lens by 2x, and helps in minimising the amount of light by 4x (2 f/stops). The DGX MC7 features a 7-element, 4-group design with multi-coated lens elements and fully automatic diaphragm coupling. With the Kenko TelePlus MC7 DGX, your prime lens depth of field is reduced by 1/2, but retains the prime minimum focusing distance. Using a 2x teleconverter with a 300mm lens will effectively increase the focal length to 600mm. A lens set to f/2.8 will now be f/5.6 with this extender. This extender/converter is a must have for shutterbugs like you.

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