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I've been a Nikon user on and off for about 50 years. I recently purchased a Sony A7R III with a FE 4/24-70 lens. Unfortunately I spent all my money on the package and don't have the money to purchase a telephoto lens. I didn't realize how expensive Sony glass was. I'm now wondering if I made a bad mistake. Does anyone have suggestions as to how to get around this? I've tried a Teleconverter and that was worse than useless. I'm now thinking an adapter, which I see some of them can run into the hundreds without even purchasing another lens. I would like to get something in the 75 - 300mm range. Has anyone tried this? What was the best Teleconverter and lens combo? I realize that I will have to go manual but that is not a problem.

Thanks Everyone and have a Great Day.

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John, though I don't an Adapter for my Sony A9ii I have heard from others that swear by the sharpness of using their Canon or Nikon glass. I see Adorama has the Fotodiox FUSION Smart AF Adapter Mark II for Nikon G-Mount AF-I/AF-S Lens to Sony E-Mount a6300, a6500, a7 II, a7R II, a7R III, a9 Mirrorless Camera for $276.96...Here's a link to their website for more information.....

https://www.adorama.com/fdnikgsnyefu.html

Good luck!

Don

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