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Tamron 28-300 mm f/ 3.5-6.3 Di VC PZD Lens

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Tamron 28-300 mm f/ 3.5-6.3 Di VC PZD lens

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Tamron 28-300 mm f/ 3.5-6.3 Di VC PZD optical design

Tamron 28-300 mm f/ 3.5-6.3 Di VC PZD optical design

Tamron 28-300 mm f/ 3.5-6.3 Di VC PZD optical design

Format: 35mm SLR

Type: Zoom lens

Focusing: Auto Focus (AF)

Lens mounts: Canon EF, EF-S, Sony A / Minolta A, Nikon F (FX, DX)

First year of production: 2014

Optical design: 19 elements in 15 groups

Features: Ultra-Sonic Motor
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Specifications:

Focal lengthMax. apertureMin. apertureBladesMin. Focus (m.)Filter Ø (mm.)Weight (gr/oz)Length (mm/in)
28mm - 300mmf/3.5 - f/6.3f/2270.4967540/1996/3,8

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Tamron 28-300 mm f/ 3.5-6.3 Di VC PZD


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Posted by: dv   Date of publication: 06.02.2014

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Autor: Kevin Macy
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Mechanical quality4.002
Optical quality4.502
Usability5.002
Pricing / Value4.002
Bokeh3.002
Overall lens rating
4.10

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Owner reviews: Tamron 28-300 mm f/ 3.5-6.3 Di VC PZD

Kevin Macy 21.03.2016 02:44:34
Period of use: 1 year

Strengths:

Solid build.  Good lens that covers a lot of lenses.  Sharp in some cases on test charts on two camera bodies.  It's only sharper when stopped down to f8 or better.  At f8 its sharp in the center and corners at 50mm thru 200mm.  At 300 mm it loses sharpness in the corners and far sides. 

At 35mm-200 this is a SHARP performer.  At 300mm, the Nikon version does the same thing, but this one is worse.  Sharp in the center but last 1/4 of each side is not sharp.


Weaknesses:

Noisy vibration stabilization but not bothersome.  Sharpness is better when you stop down at f10 or more.  Expected distortion is present.  Low light VC works okay but I notice contrast is a little less than with some of my Nikon lenses.  It is a negligible difference.


Comments:

It's good enough for travel use as a carry around all day lens.  I am no longer using it for portraits.  Because of auto-focus problems in low light, I would not use this inside a stadium or low light structures expecting action shots.