Just bought an inverter myself - 136 GBP (Canon lead) vs 6.59 GBP (for inverter) - bit of a no brainer really!
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Have you considered the EF14 f2.8 II as a possibility?
Hi folks - new to this forum - but not photography or Forums. 85 replies and no answer from the OP - does he live under a bridge? (see troll stories).
Maybe he finally switched?
The 300 f4 is very good, and works well with the 1.4x II. It is much more affordable than the 70-200 II, new or used.I am a fan of this lens as well. It has greater resolution than the (sharp copy) 100-400 I had for over 5 years. So much so that I could crop to outrange the 100-400 before I had to resort to extenders. The 300 is not as versatile for most people but I have found it more versatile, than the 100-400, for my (wildlife) uses. So much so that I have now moved to the 300 F2.8 L IS. Doh! now I have to sell my F4!
You do have quite a bit of redundancy in lens length there, so perhaps a garage sale is a good idea.
And do we understand correctly you wish to buy a Nikon lens to bracket onto a Canon body, despite the MF and other drawbacks, and you are firmly set on doing so?
How much wider/shorter would you want to go than a (Nikon) 14-24 on a FF camera? Not a fisheye, right?