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  1. ruchai

    80-400 VR or 300 f4 with 1.4tc?

    Picture taken with 80-400 and D50. http://www.birdforum.net/gallery/showphoto.php/photo/62336/ppuser/13088
  2. ruchai

    80-400 VR or 300 f4 with 1.4tc?

    In the film days I use Nikon 400 mm f/4 for birding. Most National Georgraphic photographers at that time also use 400 mm lenses for birds. I am now try to bring back old memories by setting my 80-400 at 270 mm which will be close to using 400 mm lens on FF cameras. So far so good, hand holding...
  3. ruchai

    80-400 VR or 300 f4 with 1.4tc?

    I used to have focussing problem with 80-400 VR and D200 but was fixed by having the focus module of the D200 (include motor) changed by Nikon dealer. Since then I am very happy with the lens. I do not think prime lenses with TC can be as sharp as a good low power zoom like the 80-400 VR. 80-400...