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    Blue Tit by R MAURINS, on Flickr
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    Robin by R MAURINS, on Flickr
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    Looking at the exif data these were all with the 100-400 mkii and a 1.4 tc ,yes good pics but unless the exif is false it doesn't show any t.c stacking ,I get 850mm with the sigma and 1.4 tc ?

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    Not got a mark ii Jeff, thought about it, had one in my hand and my credit card in the other, but decided to try and get an f2.8 instead, the extenders are a stop gap, but one I'm quite pleased with.
    Turnstone by R MAURINS, on Flickr
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    Nice images. I'd be very happy with them.
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    Thanks Nat, I was getting lens faults with the Kenko 1.4 and had stopped using it, lost faith in them to be honest, but the Canon works perfectly. This was a really windy day, Storm Doris on her way, when it's not so blustery I will try the Canon 2 times convertor with manual focussing for a comparison shooting hand held.
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