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Sigma 1.4x EX APO DG Teleconverter for Canon - 2 Year Sigma Aust Warranty

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Sigma 1.4x EX APO DG Teleconverter for Canon - 2 Year Sigma Aust Warranty

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Sigma 1.4x Teleconverter for Canon

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The Sigma 1.4x EX APO DG Teleconverter for Canon is a fantastic teleconverter for Canon EOS lenses. The Sigma 1.4x EX APO DG Teleconverter multiplies lens focal length by 1.4x and will drop the amount of light by one f/stop. This great teleconverter features high optical quality, DG coating and a very durable design.

The Sigma 1.4x EX APO DG Teleconverter is a great product for any photographer who is looking to increase their focal length without spending too much.

Note: Sigma 1.4x and 2x teleconverters are only compatible with a select list of lenses. Please see the Sigma website a full list of compatible lenses.

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Name Sigma 1.4x EX APO DG Teleconverter for Canon - 2 Year Sigma Aust Warranty
Manufacturer Part Number 824101
Manufacturer Sigma
Special Price $337.83
Warranty Period 12 Months
Product Type Teleconverter

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