This topic may have been posted already, so if so please excuse my ignorance. I was wondering if the TC-16 will work with the D600 and the AF-D Nikkor 300mm f/4 IF-ED (fully functioning). I am not opposed to having to modify it as I have seen done. If anyone can let me know their experiences I would greatly appreciate it.
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#1. "RE: TC-16" | In response to Reply # 0ericbowles Nikonian since 25th Nov 2005Tue 18-Dec-12 08:12 PM
I think you're wasting your time with a D600 and the TC-16. The TC-16 is an old teleconverter from the 1980's so you're losing quality and electronic connections even if you can get it to physically fit. I expect you will be looking at manual focus and possibly manual metering of exposure.
The current AF-S model needs the current teleconverter TC14E II from Nikon or something like the Kenko Pro.
I am not aware of an AF-D model of the 300 f/4 - there are two AF-S models and an earlier AF model in the spec sheet pinned at the top of the Nikon AF lens forum.
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#2. "RE: TC-16" | In response to Reply # 1