Is the Tamron 70 200 A good lens?
The Tamron 70-200/2.8 G2 is an excellent performer. It’s the same size and weight of the real Canon or Nikon lenses and works just as well — but only costs half as much! It’s super-sharp, has great bokeh, has fast, quiet autofocus and has great image stabilization.
How much does the Tamron 70 200 G2 weight?
|Length*||193.8mm (7.6 in) Canon 191.3mm (7.5 in) Nikon|
|Weight**||1,500g (52.9 oz) Canon 1,485g (52.4 oz) Nikon|
What does Di mean on Tamron lenses?
Digitally Integrated Design
Di (Digitally Integrated Design) lenses are designed for full-frame and APS-C format digital SLR cameras and feature an optical design tailored to the characteristics of digital cameras. for Canon, Nikon, Sony*
What does G2 stand for on a Tamron lens?
The ‘G2’ stands for second generation, reflecting several improvements to the design. These improvements include more effective image stabilization (to a claimed 4.5 stops of benefit), faster AF speed and compatibility with Tamron’s ‘TAP-in’ Console, for lens firmware updates and customization.
What is LD on a Tamron lens?
Tamron uses LD (Low dispersion) and AD (Anomalous dispersion) elements to avoid longitudinal chromatic aberration. These are glass elements which either have low dispersion properties or anomalous dispersion properties for certain wavelengths.
Is the Tamron SP af70-200mm macro for Sony a good lens?
The Tamron SP AF70-200mm R/2.8 Di LD [IF] Macro for Sony AF Mount is the newest in Tamron’s long line of high quality lenses. This light weight ultra fast telephoto zoom lens has a maximum aperture of f:2.8. No matter where you zoom, this lens will retain this fast aperture, great for low light or sports photography.
What kind of lens is the Tamron 70 200?
The SP AF 70-200mm F2.8 Di LD (IF) Macro is Tamron’s latest lens, announced at the end of February 2008. A fast telephoto zoom for the more budget-conscious photographer, the design features 19 elements on 16 groups, including three Low Dispersion (LD) glass elements for minimizing chromatic aberration.
What is the light falloff of the Tamron 70-200mm?
The Tamron 70-200mm ƒ/2.8 produces almost no light falloff when mounted on the D200; only when used at 200mm and ƒ/2.8. In this case, we note that the corners of the frame are 1/3 of a stop darker than the center. Not much to write home about there. On the full-frame D3 however, light falloff is a bit more significant.
What is Tamron SP lenses?
Tamron SP (Super Performance) series is a line of ultra-high-performance lenses designed and manufactured to the exacting specifications demanded by professionals and others who require the highest possible image quality.