Tamron 28-300mm f/3.5-6.3 XR Di AF Review Round-Up


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This Tamron 28-300mm f/3.5-6.3 could be a good choice if you do a lot of shooting from 35-70mm, with only occasional excursions out to the 300mm limit, and/or if you tend to print many of your shots at 5×7 inches or below. Since this describes the shooting and usage patterns of a lot of casual photographers, the Tamron 28-300mm could indeed be a good choice for vacation use when you don’t expect to need a lot of wide angle capability. READ FULL REVIEW

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Photo Review

A stabilised zoom lens with an extended focal length range that will suit many photographers who want just one lens for their DSLR. Usable with both DSLR cameras and 35mm AF-SLR film cameras, Tamron’s new AF28-300mm F/3.5-6.3 XR Di lens is designed for use with DSLR cameras that lack sensor-shift image stabilisation (Canon and Nikon). It provides an angle of view equivalent to approximately 43-465mm on cameras with ‘APS-C’ sized imagers. Relatively compact and lightweight for its class, it will attract travellers and photographers who want a single, extended-range lens with a wide coverage. “¦ READ FULL REVIEW

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  1. I have this lens and have used this for outside pictures. It has been a good lens but it is not for all pictures. It is ok but not great!

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