I just bought a Kenko teleconverter. Before I bought one I searched for a thread with examples, but couldn't find any. There is pictures out there, but I had to search through the different thread to find some. Since Kenko is a popular alternativ to the Canon converter, it surely deserves its own thread.
There is several different teleconverter from Kenko available.
Teleplus MC PRO 300 DGX (1.4x and 2.0x)
Teleplus MC PRO 300 DG (1.4x, 2.0x and 3.0x)
Kenko 2x Teleconverter MC4 DG
Kenko 2X Teleplus - 7 Element DG
I have the DG version, and can't say anything about the others. But what google shows is that the differences is the compability for newer lenses. The new 100mm makro is according to some not compatible with kenko DG. The image quality should be the same though.
To make it even more complicated, there is also an old and new version of the DGX version. The old is not working with new lenses to.
Kenko converter is also ONLY working with EF lenses.
The reason for people to buy Kenko is that it is cheaper and is also making AF working even with lenses that are not having 2.8 or bether. If there is anything more to add as information about Kenko pleace post it.
When you post here, pleace tell wich Kenko you are using, the lens, and if the picture is croped or not.
Here is my first shot: Shot with Kenko 2x on a 135L with a 60D.
extender 032 by andersen_kent, on Flickr
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frosch panorama by andersen_kent, on Flickr