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Tamron 24 mm f/ 3.5 Adapt-A-Matic Lens

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Tamron 24 mm f/ 3.5 Adapt-A-Matic lens

Tamron 24 mm f/ 3.5 Adapt-A-Matic lens

Format: 35mm SLR

Type: Prime lens

Focusing: Manual Focus (MF)

Lens mounts: Tamron Adapt-A-Matic

First year of production: 1971

Last year of production: 1973

Optical design: 8 elements in 6 groups

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Focal lengthMax. apertureMin. apertureBladesMin. Focus (m.)Filter Ø (mm.)Weight (gr/oz)Length (mm/in)
24mmf/3.5f/16 0.2572320/11,365/2,6

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The Tamron 24 mm f/ 3.5 Adapt-A-Matic  is a wide-angle prime lens for 35 mm SLR cameras popular in the 1960-70s (via the interchangeable Adapt-A-Matic mount).

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Posted by: Nik_SSG   Date of publication: 29.07.2011

Mechanical quality4.001
Optical quality2.001
Pricing / Value2.001
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Owner reviews: Tamron 24 mm f/ 3.5 Adapt-A-Matic

ProfHankD 04.01.2016 18:11:04
Period of use: 60 months


Looks impressive, smooth focus.


Images captured through it don't look impressive, especially on APS-C. Huge.


A slow ultrawide angle lens from before people knew how to build good, cheap, ultrawides.