Reviews and Problems with Tamron AF70-300mm F/4-5.6 Di LD
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Tamron LD A17 70-300 mm lens is a great lens for distant pictures
7 February 2014
Summary: The Tamron LD A17 70-300 mm lens is a great light weight lens for distant pictures where you can not be close to the object you are wanting a picture of. Great for sports, theater, arenas or concerts with awesome detailed imaging. At 12' I can read the head of a dime! This lens I carry with me at all times and I can swap it out in seconds to get pictures when I can not use my regular lens.
A good economy zoom for non-professionals. Dim light requires lower f-stop
6 February 2014
Summary: Good for wildlife photography though you may not always get professional results - especially in dim light. But some closeup shots of wildlife that I did get were simply awesome. Maybe the user. The one beef I have is that the AF function suddenly stopped working. You can hear the motor trying but it doesn't budge the focus. My camera bag gets banged around quite a bit on the ATV so I'm not sure if it's rough handling or not.
Summary: I bought this lens for my daughter. She tells me it is the best lens she has! I have looked at the pictures she has taken with it and I can see an obvious improvement with the focus and color. The seller was very prompt and I was very pleased with my experience with them as well.
Summary: ITS A GOOD LENS, REACHED ON TIME AND I LOVE IT SO VERY MUCH.I USE IT FOR VIDEOS, I USE IT FOR INVESTIGATIONS AND I USE IT FOR GETTING GREAT PICTURES FROM A DISTANCE, CLOSE UPS AND PORTRAITS.AM LOOKING FORWARD TO BUYING A GOOD FISH-EYE LENS FROM THE BUYER OR TAMRON AND USE IT THE WAY I WANT.
Summary: Autofocus gets confused, slow and loud. Zoom is stiff and jerky. The "Tamron B008 18-270 mm F/3.5-6.3 Di-II PZD VC Lens For Nikon" is 5 Stars, the only lens I'll use along with the 2X Teleconverter