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Old Aug 4, 2006, 5:30 PM   #1
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Took this today with the 1.4X-S TC on my 300mm lens!

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Old Aug 4, 2006, 7:12 PM   #2
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muskrats???

i will not comment on image quality..

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Old Aug 4, 2006, 10:51 PM   #3
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Muskrats were all I could find to take photos of since I had a meeting I had to get to and only could spend half an hour looking. I wanted to try out the 1.4X TC since I took it apart to fix the latch pin and had some issues putting the contact pins back in place when it was time to put it back together.

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Still searching for MOTHER! Help, Tom!

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Muskrats were all I could find to take photos of since I had a meeting I had to get to and only could spend half an hour looking. I wanted to try out the 1.4X TC since I took it apart to fix the latch pin and had some issues putting the contact pins back in place when it was time to put it back together.

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i've got one lens still in pieces. doesn't matter as it was a real POS(enough fungus , you could not see thru it). i bought another recently that the glass is in pristine condition but will not focus or zoom. been working on it to no avail..

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A word of warning, the electrical contacts on the lenses are actually pins that fit in springs and only gravity holds the pins in the rear plate as well as the springs which fit in holes in the lens body. It is an interesting experience trying to keep the pins in place, line up the springs and put the rear plate back on.

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