In the following images, not fancy, not nice, just plain ugly (but the subject was in the right place) you will be able to see the difference between the shots with th VR on and off, and those with the Kenko 1.4 converter. I took all these shots sitting on a bench to help me support the camera at 1/8 sec. The distance between me and the subject is always the same and the exposure too.
Nothing new, I know, just a reminder for those who are still confused when it comes to buy a new or used lens: VR or not VR?
|Nikkor 70-200 without VR|
|Nikkor 70-200 with VR|
|Nikkor 70-200 with kenlo 1.4X and VR off|
|Nikkor 70-200 with Kenko 1.4X and VR on|