So I am heading to northern BC in a week and along with the obvious underwater opportuities, there is also some pretty nice topside photo opportunities. I don't really do much dry photography, and the only lens even remotely "long" is a 18-105 which came with one of the D7000s I own.
So I was wondering about buying a teleconverter to stretch this out a bit, perhaps a Keiko 1.4.
I know that there are uses for this little thing underwater too, but I don't really know what! If I stick it behind mt Tokina 10-17, what does this do? Closer focus? Kinda wide angle macro?
And if I stick it behind my 60 macro, do I get an "84". And a "147" if I stick it behind my 105?
I am having trouble justifying the $350 for this thing, to shoot some sea lions on the surface, but it can add to the quiver for underwater use, then it's a little easier to justfy.
Thoughts from you wise folk would be appreciated.
But be quick about it... I leave Wednesday!
Edited by Stoo, 19 September 2012 - 06:20 PM.