Review Tamron SP AF Aspherical XR Di LD [IF] 28-75mm 1: 2.8 Macro A09 (Model A09N & Model A09N II)

According provided by Tamron SP AF Aspherical XR Di LD [IF] 28-75mm 1: 2.8 Macro A09 (Model A09N for Nikon) many thanks Melnikov Alexey. And also for provided by Aspherical LD ​​XR DI SP Tamron AF 28-75mm f / 2.8 [IF] Macro A09 (Model A09N II for Nikon) for comparison with the model A09N Many thanks to Igor.

Tamron SP AF Aspherical XR Di LD [IF] 28-75mm 1: 2.8 Macro A09

Tamron SP AF Aspherical XR Di LD [IF] 28-75mm 1: 2.8 Macro A09

Tamron SP AF Aspherical XR Di LD [IF] 28-75mm 1: 2.8 Macro A09 is an inexpensive universal high-aperture lens for full-format cameras, often used as a replacement for expensive native class 24 (28) -70 / 2.8 lenses, such as Nikon N AF-S Nikkor 24-70mm 1: 2.8G ED NanoCrystalCoat SWM IF Aspherical or Canon Zoom Lens EF 24-70mm 1: 2.8 L USM.

On the rim of the lens case there is its full name: 'Tamron SP AF Aspherical XR Di LD [IF] 28-75mm 1: 2.8 Macro A09', at the same time on the box you can find a clarification - the inscription 'Model A09N'. The letter 'N' in the model name indicates the lens version for Nikon cameras.

Please note that the Tamron A09 lens was also available for other systems:

  • Canon - Model A09E
  • Pentax - Model A09P
  • Sony - Model A09S
  • Nikon - Model A09N (such as in this review) or A09N II

For Sony cameras, there is another original copy of the lens - Sony 2.8 / 28-75 SAM (SAL2875) with the same optical design as the Tamron A09. And also, with the same optical design, there is Konica Minolta AF ZOOM 28-75mm 1: 2.8 (32) D.

Tamron SP AF Aspherical XR Di LD [IF] 28-75mm 1: 2.8 Macro A09

Tamron SP AF Aspherical XR Di LD [IF] 28-75mm 1: 2.8 Macro A09

Key Features of Tamron SP AF Aspherical XR Di LD [IF] 28-75mm 1: 2.8 Macro A09 (A09N version for Nikon cameras)

Review Instance Name Tamron SP AF Aspherical XR Di LD [IF] 28-75mm 1: 2.8 Macro A09 525011 Made in Japan (on the box: “Tamron SP AF28-75mm F / 2.8 XR Di LD Aspherical (IF) Macro Model: A09N Filter Size: Ø 67mm for Nikon D compatible ”)
Basic properties
  • SP (Super Performance) - the high performance inherent to the professional Tamron line of lenses
  • AF (Auto Focus) - support for auto focus
  • Aspherical - aspherical elements in the optical scheme
  • XR (Extra Refractive Index) - elements with a high refractive index with which you can make compact lenses
  • DI (Digitally Integrated) - lens designed for use on full-format digital SLR cameras
  • LD (Low Dispersion) - special low dispersion elements.
  • [IF] (Internal Focus) - internal focus
  • Macro - macro option
  • LOCK - 28 mm zoom ring retainer
Front Filter Diameter 67 mm
Focal length 28-75 mm, EGF for Nikon DX cameras is 42-112.5 mm
Zoom ratio 2.68 X (often rounded to three)
Designed by for full-format digital cameras
Number of aperture blades 7 rounded petals that form a fairly even hole
Labels focusing distance in meters and feet, focal lengths for 28, 35, 50, 75 mm, hood attachment mark. Values ​​on the aperture ring: 2.8, 4, 5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22, 32.
Diaphragm from F / 2.8 over the entire range of focal lengths to F / 32. The lens has an aperture ring (Non-G - a type of lens for Nikon cameras)
MDF 0.33 m, maximum magnification ratio 1: 3.9
The weight 510 g
Optical design 16 elements in 14 groups of which 4 aspherical (Aspherical, marked in pink), 3 special low dispersion elements (LD, marked in green) and 2 elements with a high refractive index (XR, marked in blue). Clickable ImageOptical design Tamron 28-75 A09NThe optical design is the same as Sony 2.8 /28-75 SAM
Lens hood Tamron DA09 Japan
Manufacturer country MADE IN Japan
Period From October 2003 to 2008, later replaced by A09N II
Price

The lens was first introduced in October 2002, and it was only begun to be sold in the summer of 2003. At one time, the lens was announced as the lightest and most compact fast standard zoom lens in the world.

Tamron SP AF Aspherical XR Di LD [IF] 28-75mm 1: 2.8 Macro A09

Tamron SP AF Aspherical XR Di LD [IF] 28-75mm 1: 2.8 Macro A09

Assembly

Despite the fact that the lens is positioned as SP (Super Performance), the build quality is better. The new Tamron A09 lenses feature lightweight play on the retractable body frame. Over time, the backlash becomes stronger, the backlash of the zoom ring and the focus ring appears. Holding the lens in my hands it seems that it is about to crumble. Also, over time, the rubber bands of the zoom ring swell and exfoliate. Parts of the lens can sometimes creak. Build quality is similar to Tamron 17-50mm F / 2.8 XR Di II LD Aspherical (IF). But unlike 17-50, the 28-75mm version lasts a very long time, and the picture quality does not suffer from the shakiness of the case.

The focus and zoom rings are rubberized. Tamron A09 has metal bayonet mount. The retractable trunk of the lens consists of one section.

There is a mark on the case for quick installation of the hood. The lens uses a plastic lens Tamron DA09, which is fixed in special grooves located near the front lens of the lens. The hood can be installed in the opposite direction for transportation. In this position, access to the zoom and focus ring is practically not lost.

The lens comes in a small cardboard box with a characteristic Tamron coloring.

Tamron SP AF Aspherical XR Di LD [IF] 28-75mm 1: 2.8 Macro A09

Tamron SP AF Aspherical XR Di LD [IF] 28-75mm 1: 2.8 Macro A09

'LOCK' button

Frame (trunk) at Tamron A09 spontaneously changes its size under its own weight (perhaps this begins only with time). For example, when the camera is tilted down, the trunk of the lens spontaneously lengthens (focal length increases). To prevent such an unpleasant nuance, the lens lock button 'LOCK' (the so-called 'lock') is present on the lens body, which tightly locks focal length at a value of 28 mm.

To fix the trunk of the lens, you must first set the 28 mm focal length.

The lens is inconvenient to 'remove from the lock' before shooting, since the button is in a very inconvenient place.

Also, note that while changing the focal length, the rear lens moves in the middle of the lens body like a pump - it draws in and pushes out air. This behavior of the rear lens is called 'effect' of a vacuum cleaner, which can increase the amount of dust that accumulates in the camera.

Tamron SP AF Aspherical XR Di LD [IF] 28-75mm 1: 2.8 Macro A09

Tamron SP AF Aspherical XR Di LD [IF] 28-75mm 1: 2.8 Macro A09

Diaphragm

The aperture blades were apparently economized, since the Tamron A09 uses a 7-bladder aperture. On covered diaphragms, the formed hole is rather round, but still the faces of the 7-gon square can be easily traced.

A maximum relative aperture of 1: 2.8 is available over the entire range of focal lengths. Aperture closes to F / 32.

Tamron SP AF Aspherical XR Di LD [IF] 28-75mm 1: 2.8 Macro A09

Tamron SP AF Aspherical XR Di LD [IF] 28-75mm 1: 2.8 Macro A09

Focusing

The focus ring rotates only 45 degrees, which makes manual focusing quite difficult. During auto focus the ring rotates and cannot be touched.

Auto focus fast, internal type. Auto focus is quite noisy. The lens has a scale with a focus distance scale in meters and feet. The minimum focusing distance is 33 cm, and the maximum magnification ratio is 1: 3.9, which is quite good. The inscription 'Macro' on the lens is present more for show, since the 'real' macro lens can not shoot.

Tamron SP AF Aspherical XR Di LD [IF] 28-75mm 1: 2.8 Macro A09

Tamron SP AF Aspherical XR Di LD [IF] 28-75mm 1: 2.8 Macro A09

Compatibility and Features

It's important: auto focus with this lens is available only when using him on cameras with built-in motor focusing.

Exact list Nikon DSLR cameras with a built-in focus motor, on which this lens will focus automatically:

Exact list Nikon DSLR cameras without a built-in focus motor, on which this lens will not focus automatically:

Only auto focus and sound confirmation of focus will not work with these cameras, all other important functions, such as automatic exposure metering and automatic iris control, will work well.

You will find a lot of useful information on the types of cameras and lenses Nikon here.

There is no focus mode switch on the lens itself; to put the lens in manual focus mode, you must put the camera in manual focus mode using the switch located near the camera mount.

The lens has a manual aperture ring. To be able to control the value aperture from camera or for automatic installation aperture on modern central control valves, you need to turn the control ring to the F / 32 value, after which it is fixed with a special button, which is located to the left of the marks aperture. To release the fixation of the diaphragm ring, press the latch button. If this is not done, then on a number of cameras, the display will display an error - 'fEE' (ring is not installed aperture) Some cameras having diaphragm rheostatallow you to control the aperture using the ring aperturebut only in metering modes exposure 'M' and 'A'. You can read more about this issue in the section on Non-G Lenses. Ring aperture rotates with clicks, the values ​​F / 2.8, 4, 5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22, 32 are plotted on it. It is impossible to establish an intermediate value between pairs of numbers using the aperture ring. Intermediate values ​​can only be set using the camera menu.

The EGF of the lens for Nikon DX cameras is 42-112.5 mm. I don’t see much point in using Tamron A09 on Nikon cropped cameras. Who is looking for a similar inexpensive lens for cropped cameras, I advise you to look away Tamron 17-50mm F / 2.8 XR Di II LD Aspherical (IF).

Tamron SP AF Aspherical XR Di LD [IF] 28-75mm 1: 2.8 Macro A09

Tamron SP AF Aspherical XR Di LD [IF] 28-75mm 1: 2.8 Macro A09

Versions A09N and A09N II

There are two versions of the Tamron A09 lens for Nikon cameras: Tamron SP AF Aspherical XR Di LD [IF] 28-75mm 1: 2.8 Macro A09 (Model A09N) and Aspherical LD ​​XR DI SP Tamron AF 28-75mm f / 2.8 [IF] Macro A09 (Model A09N II).

Below are the main differences between them:

  1. Version A09N was released from 2003 to 2008. Version A09N II is available from 2008 to the present day.
  2. The A09N II version has a built-in micro focus motor that allows you to use the lens with any Nikon camera, even with entry-level amateur cameras. In fact, for Nikon cameras, the A09N II version is 'AF-S' similar. Unfortunately, the name does not display the focus motor in any way.
  3. Different names. Tamron generally likes long names for its lenses. If you look closely, the A09N version in its name has this sequence of 'titles': “Tamron SP AF Aspherical XR Di LD [IF] 28-75mm 1: 2.8 Macro”. Version A09N II is called differently, with rearranged 'titles' and another designation of aperture: “Aspherical LD ​​XR DI SP Tamron AF 28-75mm f / 2.8 [IF] Macro”.
  4. The auto focus speed of the A09N II is slightly lower than the previous version. Especially the difference in focusing speed is felt on TOP cameras that have fast and powerful built-in focus motor.
  5. The A09N II has a 'AF / MF' focus mode switch located on the lens barrel. Version A09N does not have such a switch.
  6. A09N II removed the aperture control ring.
  7. Other changes and improvements to the lenses are possible, but exact additional information is not available.

I could check the operation of the focus motor of the A09N II model on a non-motorized camera Nikon D40where the A09N II lens performed wonderfully. Below are examples of photos from the A09N II:

Important: There are two sub-versions of A09N with different enlightenment. The first sub-versions have enlightenment, which makes the picture yellowish in JVI and seriously biases white balance in the yellow line (bottle glass). The review shows a subversion of A09N with updated enlightenment. Updated A09N enlightenment shimmers with green, yellow and purple colors (see photo below). Subversion A09N with old enlightenment shimmers in green, red and purple (no yellow). Be careful not to fall for the version of A09N with the old enlightenment.

Tamron SP AF Aspherical XR Di LD [IF] 28-75mm 1: 2.8 Macro A09

Tamron SP AF Aspherical XR Di LD [IF] 28-75mm 1: 2.8 Macro A09

Image quality

In the center, the lens is sharp across the entire range of focal lengths and even at F / 2.8. True, on F / 2.8 I would like better lens performance. If you cover the aperture to F / 4.0, then the claims for sharpness in the center of the frame disappear altogether. Unfortunately, the sharpness at the corners and edges of the frame on a full-format camera is much better. Also, the lens suffers from severe vignetting at open apertures, especially at 28 mm focal length.

Needless to say, distortion is indispensable here, however, it has a uniform appearance and is easily corrected by the editor. Chromatic aberrations pretty well fixed and rarely seen in the frame. Tamron A09 has a good contrast and behaves well in backlight. In addition, the lens has at least some of its own more or less nice design. In general, Tamron A09 does not create anything revolutionary for the money, but at the same time, image quality should be sufficient for most tasks.

I used this lens in a huge number of full-fledged shootings as one single universal solution with cameras Nikon D700, D610, D90 and S5 Pro:

All photos were shot using protective filter Marumi Made in Japan DHG Super Lens Protect 67mm.

You can watch the lens during real shooting on my website using the links 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12.

Tamron SP AF Aspherical XR Di LD [IF] 28-75mm 1: 2.8 Macro A09

Tamron SP AF Aspherical XR Di LD [IF] 28-75mm 1: 2.8 Macro A09

Price

Prices for the Tamron 28-75mm F / 2.8 XR Di LD Aspherical (IF) lens in popular online stores can look at this link.

In the comments, you can ask a question on the topic and they will answer you, as well as you can express your opinion or describe your experience. For the selection of photographic equipment, I recommend large catalogs, for example E-Catalog. Many little things for the photo can be found on AliExpress.

Tamron SP AF Aspherical XR Di LD [IF] 28-75mm 1: 2.8 Macro A09 and Nikon AF-S Nikkor 85mm 1: 1.8G IF SWM

Tamron SP AF Aspherical XR Di LD [IF] 28-75mm 1: 2.8 Macro A09 and Nikon AF-S Nikkor 85mm 1: 1.8G IF SWM

Professional fast wagon

Choosing a good high-speed universal lens is one of the most important for a large number of photographers. I pay a lot of attention to this issue, because I prepared this list of all full-frame universal (standard range of focal lengths) fast autofocus lenses:

Canon

Bayonet EF:

  1. Canon Zoom Lens EF 28-70 mm 1: 2.8 L USM
  2. Canon Zoom Lens EF 24-70 mm 1: 2.8 L USM
  3. Canon Zoom Lens EF 24-70 mm 1: 2.8 L II USM

Bayonet R:

  1. Canon Lens RF 28-70 mm F2 L USM
  2. Canon Lens RF 24-70 mm F2.8 L IS USMsince August 2019

Nikon

Bayonet F:

  1. Nikon AF Nikkor 35-70 mm 1: 2.8 (MKI)
  2. Nikon AF Nikkor 35-70 mm 1: 2.8D (MKII)
  3. Nikon AF-S Nikkor 28-70 mm 1: 2.8D ED SWM (two body color options)
  4. Nikon AF-S Nikkor 24-70 mm 1: 2.8GN ED Nano Crystal Coat SWM IF Asphericalsince December 2007
  5. Nikon AF-S Nikkor 24-70 mm 1: 2.8EN ED Nano Crystal Coat SWM IF Aspherical VR

Bayonet Z:

  1. Nikon Nikkor Z 24-70 mm 1: 2.8 S

Tokina (for different mounts)

  1. Tokina AT-X AF 28-70 mm 1: 2.8 (Tokina AT-X 270 AF)
  2. Tokina AT-X PRO AF 28-70 mm 1: 2.6-2.8 (or 1: 2.8, Tokina AT-X 270 AF PRO)
  3. Tokina AT-X PRO AF 28-70 mm 1: 2.6-2.8 (or 1: 2.8, Tokina AT-X 270 AF PRO II)
  4. Tokina AT-X PRO 28-80 mm 1: 2.8 Aspherica (Tokina AT-X 280 AF PRO)
  5. Tokina AT-X PRO SV 28-70 mm 1: 2.8 (Tokina AT-X 287 AF PRO SV)
  6. Tokina sd 24-70 F2.8 (IF) FX AT-X PRO Aspherical

Sigma (for different mounts, in chronological order)

  1. Sigma 28-70mm 1: 2.8 Zoom, from May 1992
  2. Sigma 28-70mm 1: 2.8 Zoom EX Ashperical [+ -D], from the end 1998
  3. Sigma 28-70mm 1: 2.8 Zoom EX Aspherical DF [+ -D]since February 2001
  4. Sigma 24-70mm 1: 2.8 Zoom EX DG Aspherical [+ -D], [DF version], since February 2001
  5. Sigma 24-60mm 1: 2.8 Zoom EX DG [+ -D], from May 2004
  6. Sigma 24-70mm 1: 2.8 Zoom EX DG Macro [+ -D], From september 2004
  7. Sigma 28-70mm 1: 2.8 Zoom EX DG [+ -D], From september 2004
  8. Sigma 24-70mm 1: 2.8 EX DG HSM, From september 2008
  9. Sigma 24-70mm 1: 2.8 DG HSM OS Asince February 2017
  10. Sigma 24-70mm 1: 2.8 DG DN Asince November 2019

Tamron (for different mounts)

  1. Tamron SP AF 35-105 mm 1: 2.8 Aspherical Model 65D
  2. Tamron SP AF Aspherical LD ​​[IF] 28-105 mm 1: 2.8 Model 176D
  3. Tamron SP AF Aspherical LD ​​[IF] 28-105 mm 1: 2.8 Model 276D
  4. Tamron SP AF Aspherical XR Di LD [IF] 28-75 mm 1: 2.8 Macro Model A09 (Model A09N & Model A09N II) (scheme like Sony 2.8 /28-75 SAM)
  5. Tamron SP 24-70 mm F / 2.8 DI VC USD Model A007
  6. Tamron SP 24-70 mm F / 2.8 Di VC USD G2 Model A032
  7. Tamron 28-75 F / 2.8 Di III RXD Model A036, only for Sony E / FE

Sony

Sony / Minolta A mount:

  1. Konica Minolta AF Zoom 28-75 mm 1: 2.8 (32) D
  2. Minolta AF Zoom 28-70 mm 1: 2.8 (32) G
  3. Sony 2.8 /28-75 SAM (scheme like Tamron 28-75 / 2.8)
  4. Sony Zeiss Vario-Sonnar 2,8 /24-70 ZA SSM T *
  5. Sony Zeiss Vario-Sonnar 2,8 /24-70 ZA SSM II T *

Sony E-mount:

  1. Sony FE 2.8 /24-70 GM (G, SEL2470GM)

Pentax (K)

  1. Pentax SMC FA 28-70 mm f / 2.8
  2. Pentax HD Pentax-D FA 24-70 mm f / 2.8ED SDM WR

Angénieux

  1. Angenieux Zoom F.28-70 1: 2.6 AF (for Nikon F, Minolta / Sony A, Canon EF)

Panasonic

  1. Panasonic Lumix S PRO 1: 2.8 /24-70 mm, from August 2019, Leica L

Results

In terms of price and quality, the Tamron A09 (versions A09N, A09N II) is a good universal fast lens for full-frame cameras. On APS-C cameras does not allow the full use of a wide angle. Tamron A09 is one of the cheapest and best alternatives for professional lenses of the 24-70 / 2.8 class and 28-70 / 2.8. Recently, I recommend Tamron A09 to everyone as balanced decision for full-length cameras.

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Comments: 352, on the topic: Review of the Tamron SP AF Aspherical XR Di LD [IF] 28-75mm 1: 2.8 Macro A09 (Model A09N & Model A09N II)

  • Marina

    Hello! I want to change my Nikon D3100 and purchase a D750. There is a fix 50 / 1.4. I would like to choose a universal lens for shooting events. Will the Tamron SP AF 28-75mm F2.8 XR Di LD Aspherical (IF) Macro A09N II described on the D750 behave worthy of you? Thanks.

  • Alexey

    I compare the color rendition of this Tamron A09II with Nikon 28-105, Nikon 24-85 3.5-4.5G, Nikon 24-85 2.8-4, Tamron 70-200 2.8 VC.
    In 28-75 colors noticeably yellow, which is not very like, or rather not at all. Do I have one, or all? Or not many people notice ...

  • Alexey

    Although enlightenment is new (in A09NII it is one, as I understand it) and shimmers with green, yellow and purple colors.

  • anonym

    Who will tell you. I want to change canon 600 d to canon 5d mark l. Is there any reason?

    • Novel

      You immediately lose video and built-in flash, get a terrible quality display and a camera with a huge mileage. Only EF-glasses are suitable, all the whale will go to landfill. And even the equivalent of 18-55 (and especially 18-135) needs to be found somewhere.

      Of the pluses - a large viewfinder, a little better in noise, a little better in DD (there would be something else to shoot on this big DD in addition to the gloomy winter streets).

      5D is a full frame on “indulge in inexpensively” and decide if it's worth it. The second device to the existing one, so as not to lose the familiar tool. As the main ... well, very doubtful.

    • Andrey T.

      Of course there is. Especially - if you want to shoot with good (in most cases = expensive) vintage lenses. And do not listen to all kinds of nonsense - the pros are shooting at the first nickle:https://martinfrick-photographie.de/canon-5d-classic-die-perfekte-kamera-fuer-den-preisbewussten-profi/2355/ with a list of serious customers: https://martinfrick-photographie.de/kontakt_martin_frick_fotografie/kundenliste_fotografie/

      • Novel

        Professionals shoot well on the phone, because the pros are primarily photographers. They see the frame and capture it with existing means. And 5D (especially in the presence of external light) is quite capable of giving a decent result in the hands that are used to it. If the question was posed as: “I have a fleet of FF lenses, does it make sense to take 5D for them - try the full frame” - of course, there is a sense. If a person changes the existing 600D without specifying any more introductory information, a lot of refinement immediately arises.

        • Andrey T.

          With this statement of the question, I completely agree. This is a slightly different view of the subject.

  • Alexander

    The name of the lens is one. And the photo shows another older lens. So in the end, what kind of review is presented?

    • Arkady Shapoval

      The review describes both versions, and examples from two versions, and also describes the difference between them.

  • Alexander

    Here's what the presented lens should look like

    • Valery A.

      The name is true for the observed lens. You showed a lens with the same name, but with a difference in A09NII, which is written on the box, it also says built-in motor (the riddle of the tamron - find five differences). So in vain you are so peremptory.

  • Tatyana

    good day! how this lens will behave on the D7000, whoever encountered it, please unsubscribe.

  • Igor

    I have such a tamron and nikon d610, on the edges soap the picture. What does that mean?

    • US6IBD

      Unfortunately, there are no examples of landscapes with a clamped aperture to appreciate the edges of the image. But here is a portrait on a fully open aperture with a small depth of field. The bunch is the same: D610 and 28-75 / 2,8 (non-motor version).
      Photos without processing. Resize native Jpeg.

  • Vladimir

    I bought a used motor version of this lens. Sharpness is within the expected range, but here's the sadness - autofocus does not work in Live View. On the D750. S mode (all options). I checked on another, D7000 - also does not focus. Manually focuses normally, through the viewfinder autofocus works without problems. Are they all like this or is it a bug of a single instance?

    • Alexey Berdsk

      I have the same on both carcasses: 5100 and 610th. Also motor version 2012g.v.

    • nashua

      This is a device problem. More precisely models. Amateur versions of Nikon do not work fully with many old glasses.

  • Alexander

    I do not quite understand if there is a stabilizer in this lens?

    • Arkady Shapoval

      In this lens it is not.

  • Andrij

    Friends, be careful. I want to buy for Nikon D610 a budget analog Nikon 24-70, 2.8. Bitches to respect v_dguki zupinivshis on a given model. Chi I can have mercy and I can є I am a very nice variant in the middle of Sigma, Tokina who is Tamron himself? I’m all the same dyaku for help)

    • Arkady Shapoval

      There are many better options.
      Sigma 24-70 / 2.8 HSM, Tamron 24-70 / 2.8 G, GII, Tokina 24-70 / 2.8, etc. Depending on the budget, this Tamron is one of the cheapest

      • Andrij

        Budget up to 10 thousand UAH Used, loudly.

    • Trueash

      “Krashiy” - it’s quite often pouring out ... Mav such. З plusів: decent image accuracy is even greater than that of a person who is clearly focused, small. З minusіv: by design - not a tank; I brought the yogi in for repair, more and more all the way across the yakis plastic gears; And then there’s another way to feel the humble price of gasoline, that’s why it’s on the street. I bokeh is also sobri, a tsibul in roses.
      That is all to lay down your needs and glibini intestines.

  • lorfen

    Did I understand correctly that only the A09N version has two types of enlightenment? Is the A09N II version already with normal?

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