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Does the teleconverter support for sharp image specially for birding? Please suggest

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    The title and the body seem to be asking different questions. Could you edit the body to be self-contained without the title and to make it clear what your actual question is? – Peter Taylor Apr 3 '18 at 14:49
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    It is not only about settings. It is about using proper technique, including the settings you select, as well as other important things. – Michael C Apr 3 '18 at 19:14
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Mmm your lens is f4.5 -6.3 aperture so to get a sharp image your shutter speed should not be less than 1/300th of a second if hand held ( rule of thumb no less than max focal length of your lens ) For a more controlled shot use a tripod gorillapod or a bean bag for lenses, or a monopod all these things can help.

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