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Taron Lenses, meeting expectations , every time.....

Advantages: Initial Cost is far less then the original Canon and Nikon lenses
Disadvantages: The only negative point I see is the requirement of UV protection film on the lens for protection.

I have been using Tamron lens and have particularly a very good experience, the prices too are very commutative and obviously the picture quality is on par with the original , the price difference between the genuine Canon and Nikkon lenses to Tamron len ...

samiwaju 27.06.2012 · Read full review
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Review of Tamron SP AF10-24mm F/3.5-4.5 Di II

A must have lens for any photographer

Advantages: A lens for all photographers
Disadvantages: none

This is a great lens and will suite most amateur photographers needs. The detail and sharpness even at full zoom is fantastic even when hand held. The lens itself is light but feels very ruggedly built and is constructed of high quality glass which you wo ...

falcon1959 12.07.2009 · Read full review
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Review of Tamron 572D - telephoto zoom lens - 70 mm - 300 mm F/4.0-5.6

Tamron 70-300mm telephoto lens

Advantages: good value, get what you expect, decent macro mode, large focal range for the price
Disadvantages: less than brilliant focusing: a bit noisy and slow, manual focus ring is a bit smooth

The Tamron 70-300mm telephoto lens is an entry level telephoto and macro lens aimed at people who are new to DSLRs... I got this lens at Jessops as part of my camera bundle, so i originally only paid about £100.00 for it. Having had it for roughly a year ...

zedos180 10.11.2011 · Read full review
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Review of Tamron 572D - telephoto zoom lens - 70 mm - 300 mm F/4.0-5.6

New glass!

Advantages: No zoom creep, inexpensive and available for many models of DSLR.
Disadvantages: Slightly slow auto focus and it is a bit fussy in bright light.

If anyone read my review on the Sony Alpha DSLR`s that I wrote and went out and got themselves one then the chances are you have noticed the limited potential of the kit lens they come with. As I said when I wrote my review of the A200 and the A350, th ...

thebigc1690 15.12.2008 · Read full review
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Review of Tamron AF 55-200mm F4-5.6 Di II LD

affordable for amateur, but still good

Advantages: good value, cheaper than Nikkor lens, hood supplied,
Disadvantages: made of cheap plastic

Perfect lens for those on tight budget or for those new to DSLR world. I bought it for £40 brand new in Jessops as there been sale. So far happy with product. Works great with Nikon D40 and D90 although the af doesnt work on D40 as it doesnt got ''screwdr ...

mateq 20.08.2010 · Read full review
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Review of Tamron AF 55-200mm F4-5.6 Di II LD