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    Very MArginally heavier not as good as the 100-400II. In general very usable. Quality is better than the 150-600. if you already own a 70-200 buy the extender, else buy the 100-400Lii directly.

    If 70-200 is better for portrait or low light shooting. 100-400 is good for day time shooting


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    Quote Originally Posted by legrevedotcom View Post
    I've owned that combo for some years... saw no issue in it at all, in fact it would produce some nice bokeh... Haven't used it for video, but I can't imagine it being any worse.

    Are you sure it's only 5.6 with extender on? Could have sworn it was f8...
    Sure is 5.6 use it all the time


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