Reviews and Problems with Tamron SP AF 28-75mm f/2.8 XR Di LD Asp
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20 March 2015
Summary: Tamron is a third party manufacturer that makes a range of lenses to fit the main manufacturers' cameras. The 28-75mm Tamron lens comes with a Canon, Nikon, Pentax, or Sony mount, and it is equivalent to a 45-120mm lens on a camera (if using on a crop frame camera).
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
19 April 2012
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: Компактный и легкий штатный зум, способный обеспечивать высокое качество изображения – необходимая принадлежность в инструментарии любого фотографа, как любителя, так и профессионала. Модель Tamron AF 28-75 mm f/2.8 XR DI принадлежит к числу самых компактных в классе светосильных стандартных зумов.
Summary: The Tamron 28-75 mm is a pretty fast lens and is designed for full frame cameras. If you use a camera with an image sensor of the APS-C format, you will have immediately largely lost lens errors such as vignetting and distortion.
Summary: The Tamron 28-75 mm is a nice, pretty compact and fast lens, designed for cameras with a full frame sensor. Use it at f/2.8, and you will have images with a good center sharpness and a nice bokeh.