roygoh,Originally posted by roygoh
Canon has a 2.4X teleconverter designed for the A40, the model number is TC-DC52.
The following are the Japanese ans US websites featuring this item:
If the US link does not show the item, just do a search for the part number.
The price in US is about US$129.
Just a suggestion. Not a restriction. I know there are many other choices out there, and blizzy did not specifically ask for third-party or original teleconvertors. The choice is his.Originally posted by lefei
what u mentioned is the original telconvertor by canon..
why restrict yourself to canon?
haha..ok...sorry if i sounded too harsh, roygoh...Originally posted by roygoh
Just a suggestion. Not a restriction. I know there are many other choices out there, and blizzy did not specifically ask for third-party or original teleconvertors. The choice is his.
Not sure. The TC-DC52 is quite new in the market, so I have not seen any comments or comparisons posted on other forums yet. I do know that this converter has a rather small rear element. That means that it will most likely work only at full zoom without vignetting.Originally posted by blizzy
hmm... the canon TC is 2.4X... is that the real zoom or is it like 1.xX ? so wat 3rd party TC should i consider?
it's actual.Originally posted by blizzy
how much is this Olympus B300 ? the 1.7x zoom range is actual?
anyone know where i can get the teleconverter for canon a40? tc d52 or something... cathay dont have it.. does AP have?
vignetting is distortion or dark rings at the edge of the photoOriginally posted by currahee
is a teleconvertor a good alternative to super zoom??