See larger image Canon Extender EF 2x III New From: £382.00 GBP In Stock Last Sunday I visited Testwood Lakes Wildlife Reserve. The day was overcast and grey – and I’ve never seen much there before – so what could I find this time out. Well not a lot until I visited the first of the two bird hides there – where a Green Woodpecker was outside on the grass.
Canon 2.0x Extender MkIII
There were two very different types of bird that I photographed on Saturday at Blashford Lakes. First, there was the posing and singing Robins. They are plentiful at the reserve at the moment, and will tolerate the closeness of camera wielding humans like no other bird I know. Which was good as I was trialing out a 2x converter and 300mm F4 IS combination for the first time. The results
I got another Canon extender last week – a 2x mk III, so I had to go try it out. As I already had a 1.4x extender mk III, I read you could stack them to even further increase the range of the lens. You need a Canon 12mm extension tube to stack the mark III extenders. So with my 500mm and a tripod I had to have a play