Sigma TC-2001 Teleconverter
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Thank you very much for purchasing a SIGMA Tele Converter TC-2001. This high-standard Tele Converter is exclusively developed for lenses from SIGMA’s new product lines (Contemporary, Art, Sports). The TC-2001 doubles the master lens’ effective focal length. This Tele Converter has been designed to take full advantage of the optical performance of the master lenses for which they can be used.
Please read these instructions before using the Tele Converter. Your camera’s instruction booklet also contains important information about using lenses. Please refer to it along with these instructions.
NOTICE: USABLE LENSES AND FUNCTIONS
- SIGMA Tele Converter TC-1401 and SIGMA Tele Converter TC-2001 are dedicated Tele Converter lenses, which should be used only with lenses listed in [Table 1]. If you mount a SIGMA Tele Converter TC-1401 / TC-2001 to a lens that is not listed in [Table 1], it may damage the Tele Converter as well as the master lens.
- The dedicated lenses are listed in [Table 1] (as of October 2014). Please also visit our web site for latest up-to-date information.
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- The usable range of focal length or AF working distance varies depending on the camera in use. Please refer to your lens instruction manual for details.
120-300mm F2.8 DG OS HSM | Sports 014
If the lens has firmware ver. 1.01(SIGMA) / 1.03(CANON) / 1.02(NIKON) or later, it will be compatible with SIGMA’s new Tele Converters. Depending on the period of purchase, a lens firmware update may be necessary in order to use the lens with these Tele Converters. To check the version of and to update the firmware, please use the optional SIGMA USB DOCK and the dedicated software “SIGMA Optimization Pro”.
If you do not own the USB DOCK, please contact your nearest service station. After updating the lens firmware, the lens will be optimized for these new Tele Converters, therefore if it is used with SIGMA’s previous Tele Converters, it may result in reduced AF performance. For further information, please visit our website.
ATTACHING THE APO TELE CONVERTER TO THE LENS
First, attach the Tele Converter to the master lens. Then, attach the lens and the Tele Converter to the camera body.
When removing the Tele Converter or the master lens, please rotate the lens in the direction opposite to the direction used to attach the Tele Converter or lens.
- When the Tele Converter is attached to the camera body it will automatically function in the same way as the master lens. Please refer to the instruction booklet for your camera body for details.
- Do not use more than one Tele Converter at a time.
The lenses marked “AF” in [Table 1] will retain auto focus operation when used with a Tele Converter. Those lenses marked “MF” can only be used for manual focus. Please focus the lens automatically or manually according to the instructions provided for the camera or lens.
- Auto Focus may operate even with the lenses that are mentioned as “MF” in [Table 1]. However, the focus may be inaccurate. Please make sure to use it with Manual Focus.
- The speed of auto-focusing, when using the Tele Converter, may be slightly slower than without the converter.
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- When Tele Converter is attached to cameras that are compatible with AF at F8, it is possible to shoot with AF. For details, please refer to the user manual of the camera body.
Using the Tele Converter decreases the effective aperture by one F-stop (with the Tele Converter TC-1401) or by two F-stops (with the Tele Converter TC-2001).
However, exposure can be determined in the same manner as when using the master lens without a Tele Converter.
BASIC CARE AND STORAGE
- Avoid any shocks or exposure to extreme high or low temperatures or to humidity.
- For extended storage, choose a cool and dry place, preferably with good ventilation. To avoid damage to the lens coating, keep away from mothballs or naphthalene gas.
- Do not use thinner, benzine, or other organic cleaning agents to remove dirt or fingerprints from the lens elements. Clean by using a soft, moistened lens cloth or lens tissue.
- These Tele Converters benefit from a dust and splashproof construction. Although this construction enables them to be used under light rain, it is not the same as being waterproof. Please pay attention to prevent a large amount of water from splashing on them, especially when using them by a waterside. It is often impractical to repair the internal mechanism, lens elements, and electric components if damaged by water.
- Sudden temperature changes may cause condensation or fog to appear on the surface of the lens. When entering a warm room from the cold outdoors, it is advisable to keep the lens in the case until the temperature of the lens approaches room temperature.
Dimensions and weight include the SIGMA mount.
FAQS About Sigma TC-2001 Teleconverter
What is the stop count for a 2x teleconverter?
Do teleconverters affect the quality of the image?
When utilizing one, it has a negative impact on the visual quality.
Does the minimum focus distance change when using a teleconverter?
The lens’s minimum focusing distance is unaffected by the teleconverter.
Can teleconverters be used with autofocus?
Reduced light entering the lens will have an impact on autofocusing.
Do teleconverters make the image more magnified?
Teleconverters multiply the lens’s magnification by a factor of 1.4, 1.7, or 2.
What are the various teleconverter types?
versions 1.4, 1.7, 2, and 3.
How does the focal length change with a teleconverter?
Actually, there is no change to the focal length.
What does a teleconverter’s opposite look like?
Is cropping or using a teleconverter preferable?
Using a lens without a teleconverter and trimming as necessary while editing are your best options.
What sort of teleconverter is that?
A 70-200mm f/2.8 lens would become a 98-280mm f/4 lens when a 1.4x teleconverter was used.
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