One thing that has always "bugged me" about Nikon (and Canon as well), is their seeming "lack of interest" in supplying the users of their lenses with accurate information about all of the hundreds ( thousands ?) ( or even millions ? ) of different "names", model numbers, "nomenclature", and so on, about "this works with that, but NOT with that other"; I mean.....why can't they just put it ALL in a book and charge us some exorbitant price for the thing, (much like they do with all of their "accessories" for their cameras).
I currently only own one TC; I bought the thing about 10 years ago to use with a 300mm/ f4 MF lens that they made way before that; the old MF lens is still sharp as a tack; just fine for "some" things; (and completely useless for some "other" things) I bought a MF TC to use with it, and again, the two combined are quite adequate for "some " things; (like perhaps a huge mountain, 10 miles away) ( as mountains tend to stay pretty still, and not moving around much, one has plenty of time to deal with focusing, exposure, and all of the little decisions one invariably must make ); birds on the other hand, are much less co-operative than are mountains, and seem to delight in hopping around all over the place; I have determined that I need another TC for my 80-200,/f2.8, as I don't want to be fumbling around with this MF TC on a AF lens. One look at all the Nikon TCs on eBay........and you'll see why Nikon needs to supply us with a book. Meanwhile......is anyone familiar with which one of Nikon's seeming endless array of TCs would be suitable for use with the afore-mentioned lens ?
BTW........If you should decide to answer this, I may as well ask another, unrelated question; where do all of the threads go, after they've been discussed for 2 days ? I can't seem to find anything on this new website!