Kenko Teleplus HD 1.4X DGX Teleconverter for Canon EF
- 1.4x Magnification Factor
- Communication Between Lens & Camera
- Maintains Metering, Autofocus, and IS
- Records EXIF Data to Image
- Digital Multi-Coating Reduces Flare
Kenko TELEPLUS HD 1.4x DGX is a teleconverter designed to make images more impressive by turning your master lens into a tele lens and capturing the object closer.
By installing it between the lens and the camera body, Kenko TELEPLUS HD 1.4x DGX increases the effective focal length of your lens by 1.4x.
Precisely made in Japan and compatible with a wide range of genuine cameras and lenses, it is particularly helpful for those professional photographers as well as amateurs who may need a tele lens but feel no reason to purchase a new expensive one due to the low frequency of use. An optional accessory to bring your photos to a new level of creativity in the most convenient way.
Note: Kenko TELEPLUS HD DGX teleconverters are compatible with only proprietary lenses (Nikon and Canon) and Tokina lenses (except Tokina AT-X 70-200 F4 FX VCM-S, AT-X M100 AF PRO D and opera 50mm F1.4 FF Nikon mount). Other manufacturers' lens and camera models, or side-party adapters, are not supported.
ABOUT THE PRODUCT
Kenko TELEPLUS HD 1.4x DGX is a high-precision manufactured optical device to be installed between the camera body and the master lens. Its purpose is to multiply the focal length of the lens according to its multiplication factor, changing your lens into a tele lens, with minimum loss of resolution and sharpness of the image.
For example, a 1.4x teleconverter can turn a 70-200mm lens into a 98-280mm lens.
HD is a standard series of teleconverters designed to fit high-resolution DSLR cameras and lenses and to perform the best results when used with lenses whose focal length is 50mm or more.
Kenko TELEPLUS HD 1.4x DGX teleconverter provides:
- Complete communication and signal integrity between the lens and camera body for secure autofocus, aperture and data calculation functions.
- Ability to convert and record EXIF data within the image. Teleconverter can in fact record the equivalent aperture and focal length of the lens according to the multiplication factor of the converter.
- High-quality optical elements, as well as other parts, due to its precise manufacturing in Japan.
- Compatibility with a wider range of Nikon and Canon lenses, marking it as the most versatile accessory among those usually chosen by photographers.
Here are some images showcasing the effects of using a teleconverter.
Kenko TELEPLUS HD 1.4x DGX can dramatically change your photos by making the object appear larger in the image and yet maintain its high resolution and quality. This result can be achieved by simply using this lightweight and compact teleconverter even if you do not have or cannot afford a good and powerful supertele lens.
- Turn off optical correction functions, Vibration Reduction (VR) or Image Stabilizer (IS) functions, focus aid assistance and AF micro adjustment functions before using Kenko TELEPLUS teleconverter.
- Proper work and accuracy of AF mode only when the lens has a resulting aperture* of f/5.6 or faster. If the resulting aperture is greater than f/5.6 manual focus is strongly recommended.
* resulting aperture = wide open aperture value of the master lens x magnification of the lens converter.
BETTER TO KNOW
Tele converters can provide plenty of advantages but, like other optical add-on accessories, tends to:
- Shallow the depth of field.
- Make your optical system darker as they increase the aperture equivalent value.
- Affect the sharpness of the image (mostly large magnification converters).
When not in use, please remove Kenko TELEPLUS teleconverter from your camera and lens and store it separately.
Kenko TELEPLUS teleconverters are compatible with a wide range of Nikon and Canon DSLR interchangeable lenses, but there are some exceptions. Compatibility can be easily checked with the checking tool.
What's in the box?
- 1 x Kenko Teleplus HD 1.4X DGX Teleconverter for Canon EF
Kenko TELEPLUS HD 1.4x DGX
Canon EF, Nikon F
- Main Characteristics
Supported Sensor Size
APS-C, Full Frame
3 Elements in 2 Groups
Nikon F: 126
Canon EF: 111