Reviews and Problems with Tamron SP AF10-24mm F3.5-4.5 Di II LD [IF]
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Greg, B&H Photo
13 April 2015
Excerpt: I've shot about 400,000 shots through this lens and just now replacing. Mechanically the lens is fine I just have some dust inside the lens and figured I needed to replace. This lens has outlived 2.5 camera bodies!
Pros: Consistent Output, Durable, Strong Construction
Summary: This lens was designed to be used on a crop sensor camera, but I chose to use it on my full frame camera. I'm a big fan of vignetting, so at 10mm, I get the vignetting on the sides. At 13mm there's still a little vignetting at the corners, and then none as you increase the focal length.
Summary: Many other reviews said it was a nice lens for the money and I totally agree. I use it for taking interior photo of my real estate listings and have been very happy with the quality of the photos even though I need to photoshop many of the photos to straighten out the curvature of the photos.
Summary: I own this lens for almost two year until I moved on to a Tonkina. At first this is a fun lens to use, but the fun wears out sooner than one would think. Outdoors, in bright sunlight it did well.You have to drag a tripod around for any kind of interior shot and the distortion is seriously weird, as...
I expected more for the money. Chromatic aberration is ...
19 November 2014
Summary: I expected more for the money. Chromatic aberration is excessive in my opinion. The photos are soft with this lens. Have been using this for over three years now on Pentax K-7. Mostly architectural and real estate photography. Occasionally use it for landscape photography.