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I don't know but I guess not as most af will not work at f11 which will be best you would get, if it did work it may only be mf. I would worry about quality. I think the slowest lens for this would be f4... Look at the tamron or sigma 150-600 if you want 600mm would be my advice..
By Phil on 03 February 2015
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Works well with this lens, I have no experience of this body, it was used on a D700.
By Ian Edgar Paul Woollard A.R.P.… on 11 May 2016
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Hi Alan, I have no experience of either bits of kit but with the zoom I think it likely that it may make the maximum aperture too small for satisfactory af. Suggest giving Nikon UK a ring , they are always most helpful with my enquiries,
best wishes,
Ian W

By Ian Edgar Paul Woollard A.R.P.… on 07 March 2017
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Dealing with the lens first. Generally Nikon do not recomend using leses of less than f2.8 with their tc converters. It seems ,again generally , lenses of smaller f stops dont transmit enough light to enable the auto focus which relies on contrast diferential , to work efficiently. I have very successfully used the 105… see more Dealing with the lens first. Generally Nikon do not recomend using leses of less than f2.8 with their tc converters. It seems ,again generally , lenses of smaller f stops dont transmit enough light to enable the auto focus which relies on contrast diferential , to work efficiently. I have very successfully used the 105mm f2.8 macro with the 2x & 1,4 converters but on my d800e. If your 300mm lens is f4 it may not like the converter so you really need to find someone or a photo store where you can try it on your lens.(Nikon dont recomend the converters with my 105 but they are fine and the results excellent with minimal fall off of performance from the lens alone. Having said that ,I have recently bought the new f4 with the special optics and that works perfectly with the converter but Nikon told me it is designed to so excellent but the lens was a few pence off 2k so I guess it should be ok ..... Having said that the performance of the new f4 is better overall than the monster f2.8 at 3.5 k(I hired one before my purchase of the new f4 just to satisfy myself that the 2k lens was the best choice).I would not expect you to be able to use the converter with either of the older f4's on your body but its not a camera designed to give pro performance. You get what you pay for. I think the d3200 is a DX model so your 300 is already giving you a framing equivalent to anout 450mm on an FX or film camera so you may be pushing it with the converters as that would put you up round an eqivalence of 900mm on an FX digital or 35mm film camera and you may struggle with high enough ISO to hold the camera without VR to get images sharp enough to satisfy your needs depending on the size of print you want. I regullarly make A1 prints on a large printer but if you make A4 prints your expectations will be quitdefferent. I would invest the money you are thinking of spending on the converter in a better grade of camera body, thats the point to start from. You need the very best ISO performance to optimise the rest of your efforts so it may even be that you should look at an FX model.The slightly shorter answer is that if you have a zoom that gives you your 300mm it is unlikely the converter will fit it or work correctly, hope that helps. see less
By Ian Edgar Paul Woollard A.R.P.… on 04 December 2015
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Of course, it is all a standard mount system
By Phil on 04 July 2015
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Hi.
I am afraid that the asnwer is no.
For Your Lens I would suggest a Tamron Teleconverter, such as the excellent :… see more
Hi.
I am afraid that the asnwer is no.
For Your Lens I would suggest a Tamron Teleconverter, such as the excellent :
Tamron Auto Focus 2x Teleconverter for Nikon Mount Lenses (Model 230FFN)
which You can find also here in Amazon at he address
http://www.amazon.com/Tamron-Focus-Teleconverter-Lenses-230FFN/dp/B0000ZJDXA
or on the B&H site :
http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/185158-REG/Tamron_AF20PN700_2x_SP_AF_Pro.html
You can also Call B&H Customer Support line (800.606.6969 / 212.444.6615 ), they are very helpful and professional
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By dellapollina r. on 31 May 2016
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onely a very few lenses, the majority not. I would look on the Nikon website and look if your lens is in the compatible list before buying. It wont even fit on my Nikon 5300 & 55-300 lens.
By Martin Baker on 02 October 2015
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no it definitely will not. Generally lenses need to be f2.8 at least although some newer special lenses that are f4 will work, I have the new 3oomm f4 and that was designed to take the newest converters and works well but at nearly 2k it should. Appart from the f stop there needs to be the space for the front eliment o… see more no it definitely will not. Generally lenses need to be f2.8 at least although some newer special lenses that are f4 will work, I have the new 3oomm f4 and that was designed to take the newest converters and works well but at nearly 2k it should. Appart from the f stop there needs to be the space for the front eliment of the converter at the back of the lens.Hope that helps see less
By Ian Edgar Paul Woollard A.R.P.… on 11 January 2016