Reviews and Problems with Tamron SP AF 28-75mm f/2.8 XR Di LD Asp
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22 June 2012
Summary: No lens is perfect, but the Tamron lens does offer a lot for its price tag. It's a good all-purpose lens which will suit camera users without a massive budget ... and its autofocus takes some beating! The lens is made of plastic, with a metal mount and rubberized zoom control.
Excerpt: This lens is one of my all time favorites. It's fairly light, tack sharp, and has a decent zoom range. The main problem is with mountaineering you tend to want either wide angle or telephoto, which this lens is neither. So, you end up taking multiple lenses with you on a trip.
Tamron AF 28-75mm f/2.8 SP XR Di LD Aspherical (IF) - Review / Test Report
3 March 2009
Conclusion: The Tamron AF 28-75mm f/2.8 SP XR may shine with glory on APS-C DSLRs but it has found its master within the full format scope. The border resolution is generally soft at f/2.8 and you need stop down a bit in order to get a decent image quality across the frame.
Excerpt: Этот новаторский высокоскоростной зум-объектив среднего диапазона высоко ценится профессионалами и серьезными фотографами благодаря своей быстро работающей постоянной апертуре F/2,8, равномерности распределения освещения и выдающимся характеристикам изображения и всеми фотографами – за его...
Excerpt: The vignetting behaviour of this lens is not unexpected. The Tamron 28-75mm lens shows a clearly visible, very heavy vignetting at maximum aperture. At a focal length of 28mm, vignetting remains visble st smaller apertures.
Pros: High sharpnes in this class, Fast lens, Low distortion, Favorable purchase price
Cons: Somewhat limited zoom range in the maximum wide angle, Slow and noisy AF, No built-in image stabilization