Reviews and Problems with Tamron 70-210mm f/4.0-5.6
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Fantastic alternative to £700 Sony's 70-300 SSM G lens
11 September 2013
Summary: This is great lens, fantastic alternative to £700 Sony's 70-300 SSM G lens. 1) Build quality: Build quality is excellent, feels really solid and the zoom has spot on stiffness. Focus ring is a bit on the loose side but I use AF mostly so not an issue at all.
Summary: The lens is very well made and feels good in the hand. When fitted to my Sony A77 it really looks the part. The focusing is quick and accurate. The photograps are sharp and with good colours. I have not noticed any real flare issues, the hood works very well being quite deep.
Summary: Wow what an astonishing piece of photography equipment for that price as I write this review I'm at knockhill racing beside Perth and omg I must say that me being a 21 amatuer photographer it is certainly an amazing lens for the price your paying the zoom is second to none no fuzzy or pixelated...
Summary: Over the years I've tried countless long range zoom lenses, be they 55-200 or 70-300, and from different manufacturer's, having used the supposed best under the £200 mark I opted to buy one of these usd lenses, which only came in Sony, Nikon & Canon mount, like many I wasn't happy that the Sony...
Summary: I bought this lens as a replacement for the Tamron 70-300mm LD Macro lens that I have had now for about two years. I bought an Alpha 850 a few months ago (full frame) and wanted better glass to make the most of it's potential without being able to afford one of the Sony G series lenses.
Summary: make no mistake, this is a substantial lens. super image quality, almost silent in use, but, and it's a big but (imho). the zoom ring cannot be accessed with the lens hood reversed. not ideal but not a deal breaker. overall really impressed with this lens.