Nikon Z6, Nikkor Z 70-200mm f/2.8 VR S @ 200mm, 1/640 sec, f/2.8, ISO 100 (Revolutionary War Day @ George Mason’s Gunston Hall, Virginia, November 2022)
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Thanks Darin - this was a number of years ago, and I didn't find out about it until I was actually in a grocery store in the freezer aisle and saw my photo on one of the cartons in the ice cream section (definitely made me do a double-take). I think Blue Bunny has since discontinued that line of ice cream, but I still have the tub (empty of course!). Duff used another one of my photos for some cake decorating kits/utensils as well - I think it was this one, but they used it as a black and white image.Congrats!
Bokeh can be busier in certain situations. I have not used the F mount TCs, but people who used both seem to agree that the Z TCs are indeed much better.Wow, that 2XTC is impressive - very smooth back ground - very different to the old F mount combo - where the BG normally was quite jittery.