Reviews and Problems with Tamron AF18-250mm F/3.5-6.3 Di II LD
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for the price not to bad
10 June 2013
Summary: lets talk geek for one mint. 18mm F/3.6...22mm f/3.8...26 f/4...32mm f/4.2....35mm f/4.5 so u see it changes F/stops pretty quickly by the time u get to 155mm you are F/6.3 what i wish is that it would go to F/5.6 .
Summary: This is a cheap walkaround superzoom. I bought it for vacations to put on my old D200 to take places I wouldn't want to take my nicer glass and cameras. Optics are decent, but the lens is soft towards longer focal lengths, and has an unremarkable f/3.5-6.3 range which still is in the ballpark of...
Summary: When I got this lens I was looking for something extremely versatile that I could use on the go so I wouldn't have to be switching out lenses constantly when I knew I'd be needing a broad range of focal lengths.
Looks nice, fair price, but a bummer... THAT IS...
24 January 2011
Summary: I bought this lens for two reasons, 1) to have a multi-purpose lens for when I am on vacation and 2) the extra focal length up to 250mm (Nikon's equivalent stops at 200mm). Fortunately, the lens worked more or less fine during my trip to Indonesia.
Summary: Tenía este mismo lente pero marca Nikkon, me toco remplazarlo porque sufrió un golpe y se le daño el motor de autofocus. Me recomendaron la marca Tamron como una buena opción económica para reemplazo. Y !que buen lente!
Life is so much easier without having to switch lenses!
A. Mohmand, Amazon
9 December 2010
Summary: All dSLR owners I've known so far carry at least 2 lenses with them. These are usually the 18-55mm and 75-300mm zoom lenses. They spend half their time switching lenses which is not only a waste of time and effort, but also exposes the areas of the camera and lens you don't want to get dust on.
Chris Christensen "Amateur Traveler Podcast - http://AmateurTraveler.com", Amazon
1 December 2010
Summary: Just got back from Egypt where I used this lens. I liked both the flexibility and the image quality. It is a great versatile lens for when you only want to carry one lens. here are my photos: [...]
Summary: I am very happy with this lens. I other people's reviews before purchasing and I agree that when fully extended in telephoto auto focus doesn't work very well. But I can live with that. I love the versatility this lens gives me. I took it to the Getty Center and didn't have change lens all day.