Canon + Teleconverter + Aperature

Discussion in 'Canon' started by Joel, Mar 4, 2009.

  1. Joel

    Joel Guest

    I don't like to deal with some sicko here so I create a new thread
    instead. And if you need the information then you can do extra research
    your own, cuz

    - I don't know and may not have what you have to give more detail.

    - You just GOOGLE for the general information about Canon with Teleconverter
    & F5.6 then you should be able to find if your teleconverter have the option
    or what pin to tape etc..

    So, in general some (if not all) Canon DSLR has limited the teleconverter
    to work or AF to work (some Canon's own model won't work at all) you may
    need to use third-party teleconverter, then TAPE one the PIN on the conveter
    (it has 3 PINS) so it won't send the signal to the camera, and some
    third-party converter (and some lens too) has some trick to fool the camera
    that it's F5.6 *not* >f5.6
     
    Joel, Mar 4, 2009
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