Reviews and Problems with Tamron SP AF10-24mm F3.5-4.5 Di II LD [IF]
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Works great without problems.
13 October 2014
Summary: I've had this lens for about 3 years now, normally using it for my normal lens on a Pentax digital camera. One can always quibble about resolution, but the final question is, "what do the pictures look like?" The answer to that is that the vast majority of photographers will see little difference between this lens and your others, regardless of price. When I first got into photography in the 60's, I, as well as most of my peers, felt that we needed telephoto lenses.
Summary: Crazy sharp!... the wide angle is so cool! I shot the 17-50 2.8 with a canon before I switched to Sony (lots of legacy Minolta glass handed down) and it was never wide enough... this lens gets the dramatic compositions with great foreground interest and dramatic sweeping landscapes in the background. It really allows you to get close to your subject for some cool distortion effects.
FANTASTIC LENS. Been on the fence about something like ...
Patrick E. Sommer "sommpat", Amazon
3 July 2014
Summary: FANTASTIC LENS. Been on the fence about something like this for a long time, and finally pulled the trigger. Couldn't be happier. Great for those wide shots and up close work. If you need a wide zoom, this is the one.
Excerpt: I recently purchased this 10-24mm Tamron lens from B&H to complement my 18-270mm Tamron. My first use was on a 4-day visit to San Antonio, TX. I was very pleased with the sharpness both indoors and outdoors. It was a great lens for shooting the interiors and exteriors of the Spanish missions in San Antonio as well as other sites. It performed well in low light situations, including some exquisite shots from the top of the Tower of the Americas at sunset.
Pros: Consistent Output, Fast / accurate auto-focus, Lightweight
Summary: I bought this lens to shoot the interiors of rooms for real estate photography with my Sony A77. In many cases the room is too small to get anything but two walls with an 18-55mm kit lens. This lens is perfect for what I wanted it to do. Now when I am in a small room I can still get a decent shot from the doorway without the room appearing to be the interior of a box car. I love this lens! It gives a very clean image, no vignetting, and sharp.