Reviews and Problems with Tamron 18-270mm F/3.5-6.3 Di II VC PZD
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prone to break
martin g, Adorama
29 November 2014
Excerpt: lens has been returned twice already for repair. once needed new focusing gear.problem is you dont realize there is a problem till you review your pictures and see they are not sharply in focus.would not recommend this lens for that reason.
Excerpt: I was all excited about this all-in-one lense and didn't do all the research and the price was incredible. But, it can not be used on a full frame camera, Canon 5D Mark II. Too good to be true. Most info doesn't specifically state this.
Excerpt: I tried this lens and as with my other ones from this company it's as good as an affordable lens get's however Tamron, doesn't honor everyones rebates I had in the past two comming to me and even though my receips and all mailing info was correct and they even told me I had them coming I didn't get...
Pros: Durable, Easily Interchangeable, Lightweight, Rugged, Strong Construction
Summary: Auto focus is not very accurate, blurry images in low light, distortion is quite high on full zoom. Overall the picture quality is very poor..https://in.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20120109232513AAkvlr8. It would be grateful if flipkart drop this item from the list..
Summary: This is the biggest waist of money ever. After extensive testing between the cheapest Plastic Canon Kit lens 55-250 and this New Tamron I can honestly say that the Canon wins for clarity and image quality hands down.