Reviews and Problems with Tamron SP AF 90mm f/2.8 Di Macro 1:1
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11 April 2015
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 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.
Summary: A fine product whose reputation precedes itself.I have been using this over the years with my Nikon 3100D. However Canon users need not worry there is one for them too. The product comes in a soft pouch along with a 55 mm hood .
Summary: I purchased this lens as I have been wanting one for a while now and have been extremely happy with it. I am yet to find anything that I am not happy with. Love the ease of use and the results I have achieved since purchasing this lens.
Summary: When I read about the reviews and saw some videos on Youtube I was satisfied that I wouldn't go wrong. However I was still not jumping over with joy and a little skeptical about this lens, the speed and sharpness etc. But boy was I in for a huge surprise.
Summary: First thing first, i'm not a professional. We do a lot of product photoshoot and so for that we ordered Tamron macro lens for our photographer. And after using it, results are quite excellent! We are happy.