Reviews and Problems with Tamron SP AF 90mm f/2.8 Di Macro 1:1
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Tamron, You lived up to the expectation!!!
19 September 2015
Summary: I did so much research before buying this product. I'm happy that it lived up to the expectation. More than as macro lens I'm using this for capturing portraits under good lighting condition. For low light and macro shots tripod is mandatory. Overall I'm happy with this lens for the price paid.
Summary: Good value for money. Has negligible chromatic aberration. Only problem when shooting insects at 1:1 magnification is the short working distance of around 10cm . In short a great macro lens for my Nikon D5200 camera.
Summary: I was very keen on buying this one, but the spec is not clear. The product title does not mention 'AF' and feels like a manual focus lens. however the product description mentions in the last line as 'AF' again not in the heading. This is quite confusing.
Summary: I am a hobbyist. Bought the lens for NIKON D7000 after seeing a lot of good macro on internet with an intention to shoot like pros. But as it doesn;t have VC feature , it needs steady hands & patients while shooting macro with this lens.
Summary: Received my Tamron 90 mm lens from Flipcart within 3 days of my order. This lens is very special in the sense it is 1:1. The chromatic aberration is very minimal. The sharpness of the pictures is also great. Except for the sound of the auto focus there is not much to complaint with.
Summary: I have been using this lens for more than 3 months and I can say that it is a great lens at this price. The photos are crisp and the focus is sharp. The low lighting photography can be a little difficult if you are not using a tripod.