Excerpt: Scott Kelby recommended this lens to me, so who am I to argue! After further research of this product I found I really had to have this lens. After a few trips hauling kit bags on airlines It was wonderful to be able to just take one relatively light bag on board, only need one lens for many...
Pros: Consistent Output, Durable, Easily Interchangeable, Fast / accurate auto-focus, Lightweight, Nice Bokeh
Summary: I just purchased this lens and have tried it out a few times. I shoot with a Nikon D610 and had the Tamron 18-270 prior to this for my crop sensor. So far, I am so impressed! I purchased mainly to use for my kids sporting events (I usually only shoot with my prime lenses so I wanted something that...
Excerpt: This lens will save you from carrying a telephoto, wide-angle or just all-around lens for shooting with your camera. I've asked other photographers and they agree that it's the one lens you want to have with you on a trip. No more heavy telephotos for me.
Pros: Consistent Output, Easily Interchangeable, Fast / accurate auto-focus, Lightweight
Tamron 28-300mm f/3.5-6.3 Di VC PZD (Model A010) review by mu55ster
20 April 2015
Summary: After realizing that i was constantly shooting my 24-105L at f8 or f11, and at the same time leaving my 100-300 f5.6L in the car rather than taking it up to the 24th floor apartment where it would have been good to have for some quick snaps I decided to look into the dreaded field of superzooms.
Pros: Small, Light, Better than expected
Cons: would it have been better if it was just alittle bigger?
Summary: We purchased this lens for some medium-long range shooting for a video project. It's mated with a Canon 6D (full-frame DSLR) and it does the job nicely. The build quality of the lens itself is good and the image quality has been good to great.