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Old Mar 12, 2015, 10:48 AM   #1
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I came across a nicely priced used Olympus EC-14 teleconverter and purchased it this week. Taking it for a test run with the 50-200mm lens and the E-3. These shots are straight out of the camera with no PP. So far I like it very much.





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Old Mar 12, 2015, 11:17 AM   #2
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Nice! Was this at Animal Kingdom? Love the colors in the last one.
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Nice !
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Thanks for looking, and for your comments, guys

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Nice! Was this at Animal Kingdom? Love the colors in the last one.
These shots were taken locally yesterday at the Tampa Zoo. Hope to swing by Busch Gardens soon. Not sure when I'll get back over to the Orlando parks, but I think the EC-14 will be a nice addition to the camera gear.
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What?!?!? I commented on this thread las week and disappear??
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I stated this combo works great and the sharpness is oustanding.
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VERY impressive Steven
there does not appear to be any IQ loss
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Thank you for your comments Marcelo and Fred. I got a good deal on this used EC-14 and I continue to be impressed with it. I can see no visible distortion added to the 50-200mm lens when using it.
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ha, thank you for that first shot Steven
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ha, thank you for that first shot Steven
Glad you like the shot. And thank you for looking and commenting, Sammy.
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