I recently bought a 70-200 f4 and I believe that, for a little extra investment, one can have an additional 80mm reach for when its really needed. Since as, as is the case with many other 'accessories', Canon's prices are just simply ridiculous, I was looking at the Kenko options that are so highly regarded. Since I want to retain AF (I have a T2i), I will only look into the 1.4x at this moment.
I see Kenko offers two different products with EXACTLY the same specifications, and even almost identical verbal descriptions.
Can someone please explain (I have written to Kenko but they have not replied) what are the differences between the PRO 300 AF 1.4X DGX and the MC4 AF 1.4 DGX?
As I said, they are both current DGX versions, they have the exact same specifications, the only different mention on the PRO 300 is a minor phrase on being 'better' for primes, but then it goes on to discuss zooms as well.
Any input would be highly appreciated! Thanks in advance,