Reviews and Problems with Tamron AF75-300mm F/4-5.6 LD
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Very Happy with it!
CG Cowboy, B&H Photo
2 weeks ago
Excerpt: I did a ton of research before finally deciding on this Tamron gem. I had been working with kit lenses so I was ready for a real zoom lens and much better sharpness in my images. I must say I was not disappointed. What a difference!
Excerpt: Due to budget considerations I elected to go with the Tamron 70-300mm, w/ AF and VR, and the $100.00 rebate expecting it to be inferior to the Nikon equivalent.
Boy was I pleasanly surprised! The Tamron far exceeds my wildest expectations.
Excerpt: I bought this lens because I am going on a birding trip, and wanted the focal length. I am decidedly not a bird or wildlife photographer, so I did not want to invest in the good (read very expensive) lenses in this range. I was worried, because my other lenses are all good primes.
Summary: I am definitely a novice when it comes to photography but our previous lens broke so we decided to purchase this one. Pictures turned out great on our vacation. Only downfall is how loud the lens is.. Which isnt a big deal overall, but our Nikon lens wasn't that noisy when using the focus.
Excerpt: Well built lens covering the focal lengths from 70mm to 300mm. Can be used on both full frame and cropped sensor cameras. Zoom ring is very wide and provides a reasonably smooth action. Focus was quick accurate and silent, in-camera adjustments were not required.