Review Tamron AF 18-200mm f / 3.5-6.3 (IF) Aspherical LD ​​XR DiII Macro A14

For the opportunity review lens Tamron AF 18-200mm f / 3.5-6.3 (IF) Aspherical LD ​​XR DiII Macro A14 many thanks to the company, the official representative of Tamron in Ukraine.

Review Tamron AF 18-200mm f / 3.5-6.3 (IF) Aspherical LD ​​XR DiII Macro A14

Review Tamron AF 18-200mm f / 3.5-6.3 (IF) Aspherical LD ​​XR DiII Macro A14

A short digression into Tamron's super-zoom line of SLR cameras with an APS-C sensor:

  1. Model A14 Tamron AF 18-200 mm 1: 3.5-6.3 (IF) Aspherical LD ​​XR DiII Macro, February 2005. Country of origin Japan or China. The Pentax version has a metal mount; for Nikon / Canon / Sony / Minolta, the mount is plastic. In March 2008, an improved model appears for Nikon cameras Tamron model A14 NII with built-in focus motor, focus mode switch, 8 microprocessor pins and metal mount. Most likely lenses Sony AF DT 18-200mm F3.5-6.3 и minolta AF DT 18-200mm F3.5-6.3D use the same optical scheme and are copies of it.
  2. Model B018 Tamron AF 18-200 mm F / 3.5-6.3 Di II VCAugust 2015.
  3. Model A18 Tamron AF 18-250 mm F / 3.5-6.3 Di II LD Aspherical [IF] Macro, September 2006. Country of origin Japan or China. In December 2007 an improved model appears for Nikon cameras Tamron model A18 NII with built-in focus motor, focus mode switch and 8 microprocessor pins. Most likely lenses Sony AF DT 3.5-6.3 / 18-250 и SMC Pentax-DA 1: 3.5-6.3 18-250mm AL [IF] и Samsung 18-250 1:3.5-6.3 use the same optical scheme and are copies of it.
  4. Model B003 Tamron AF 18-270 mm 1: 3.5-6.3 Di II LD [IF] Aspherical VC MacroJuly 2008.
  5. Model B008 Tamron AF 18-270 mm F / 3.5-6.3 Di II VC PZD, December 2010. Most likely the lens SMC Pentax-DA 1: 3.5-6.3 18-270mm ED SDM use the same optical design.
  6. Model B008TS Tamron AF 18-270 mm F / 3.5-6.3 Di II VC PZDSeptember 2016.
  7. Model B016 Tamron AF 16-300 mm F / 3.5-6.3 Di II VC PZD Macro, February 2014.
  8. Model B028 Tamron 18-400 mm F / 3.5-6.3 Di II VC HLDJune 2017.

There is still PROMASTER DIGITAL XR EDO AF Aspherical LD ​​(IF) 18-200 mm 1: 3.5-6.3 Macrowhich is a model Tamron model a14 under the brand Promaster.

Two lenses for mirrorless cameras stand separately:

  1. Model C001 Tamron Microphone 14-150 mm F / 3.5-5.8 Di III, black or silver, June 2014, for cameras with Micro 4/3 mount
  2. Model B011 Tamron 18-200 mm F / 3.5-6.3 Di III VC, black or silver, December 2011, for cameras with Sony E mount and Canon EOS M
  3. Model B061 Tamron 18-300 mm F / 3.5-6.3 Di III-A VC VXD (E+X) [Model B061], July 2021, for Sony E and FujiFilm X

The lens came to me brand new, right from the printed box. It is always a pleasure to work with new equipment.

The lens can be found with two, slightly different, designations: Tamron AF 18-200mm f / 3.5-6.3 and Tamron AF 18-200mm 1:3.5-6.3. This lens can be purchased for Canon, Nikon, Pentax and Sony cameras. I have a 'Canon' version and I used this lens for the review with Canon 350D.

The Tamron AF 18-200mm f / 3.5-6.3 is a compact, versatile 11x zoom lens. In the name a lot of different abbreviations:

  • AF - the presence of automatic focusing due to the built-in motor.
  • 18-200 mm is the focal length of the lens. EGF Tamron AF 18-200mm f/3.5-6.3 on Canon APS-C cameras is 28,8-320mm. The zoom ratio is easy to calculate on your own, a sufficient larger number, which is responsible for the focal length of the lens, is divided by a smaller one. As a result, 200/18=11.11.
  • f / 3.5-6.3 - relative aperture of the lens. The lens can use a maximum aperture of F / 3.5 at 18mm focal length and F / 6.3 at 200mm focal length. The lens cannot boast of good aperture.
  • IF (Internal Focusing) - internal focusing.
  • aspherical - indicates the presence of aspherical elements in the optical system of the lens.
  • LD (Low Dispersion) - indicates the presence of special low-dispersion elements.
  • XR (Extra Refractive Index) - elements with a high refractive index. They can be used to make such compact lenses.
  • DII - the lens is only suitable for cropped cameras, use on full-frame cameras is not recommended :)
  • Macro - 'pretentious' prefix about the presence of a macro mode. Currently, the 'Macro' prefix is ​​molded on almost all lenses that can shoot small objects at least a little. You can look in the section about designations of lenses of different manufacturers.

The optical design consists of 15 elements in 13 groups, some of which are just 'LD', 'XR' and 'Aspherical' elements.

Tamron AF 18-200mm f / 3.5-6.3 at 200mm

Tamron AF 18-200mm f / 3.5-6.3 at 200mm

At the lens fast enough auto focus... The autofocus motor built into the lens is noisy and is analogous to Canon MM (Micro Motor). The lens has an 'AF-M' focus mode switch ring. In autofocus mode 'AF', manual focus override is not available, in order to focus manually, be sure to switch the lens to mode 'M'. The focusing ring is rubberized and located in front of the lens. The focus ring rotates approximately 60 degrees. This small angle of rotation of the focusing ring is likely to achieve fast automatic focusing. Despite the small travel of the focusing ring, focusing manually was not difficult for me.

It is very pleasant that the lens has internal focusing and the front lens does not rotate when zooming. When you use the lens at 200mm focal length, the minimum focusing distance is 45 cm, which allows you to shoot macro with an increase of approximately 1: 3,7. There is also a focus distance scale on the lens.

But with aperture the lens let us down a little. Usually inexpensive zoom lenses have a variable aperture F / 3.5-5.6, and in this case everything is a little worse - F / 3.5-6.3. Maximum aperture F / 5.6 is available at 70-135mm focal lengths, but at 135-200mm will have to be limited to f / 6.3. The difference between F / 5.6 and F / 6.3 is 1/4 stop. Many modern SLR cameras in their instructions indicate support for lenses with aperture F / 5.6 and above. This limitation is associated with the automatic phase focusing system. In fact, according to the instructions, many cameras will have problems focusing at the maximum aperture of F / 6.3. In fact, I did not notice any problems with focusing.

Tamron AF 18-200mm f / 3.5-6.3 with clad hood

Tamron AF 18-200mm f / 3.5-6.3 with clad hood

The lens has an aperture with 7 blades. Its weight is 400 g (e.g. Nikon 18-200mm VR weighs 160 g more). The lens has a zoom lock - the 'Lock' button, which allows you to lock the lens position at 18mm focal length. My brand new Tamron AF 18-200mm f / 3.5-6.3 did not spontaneously change the focal length, but for some reason I am sure that over time the lens trunk will "take on a life of its own." The lens is well assembled, but it has plastic mountand the inscription 'Made in China' is not very encouraging. The hood and lids are made in the Philippines. Blend hood not very large and dresses backwards, in this position it does not interfere with the zoom, but blocks access to the focus ring

My experience

The lens lacks an image stabilizer, and aperture F / 6.3 is not happy. Stabilizer version Tamron 18-270 mm 1: 3.5-6.3 Di II LD (IF) Aspherical VC Macro B003E much more convenient to use. I shot on a sunny day, and excerpt at F / 6.3 and ISO 100 ranged from 1/200 to 1/500 second, this is enough to avoid grease when shooting handheld... So I don't think F / 6.3 is too much of a problem compared to F / 5.6. Usually, such a lens serves as a good travel zoom - it is very convenient to use this lens when traveling. wide range of focal lengths... Also, such lenses are bought by people who want to have one lens for all occasions. And the lens has a very nice price tag, about $ 200, because 'native' lenses of this level (usually with a stabilizer) are several times more expensive.

Prices for the Tamron 18-200mm F / 3.5-6.3 XR Di II LD Aspherical (IF) lens in popular online stores can look at this link.

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Tamron AF 18-200mm f / 3.5-6.3 (IF) is completely worth the money and for this money you can make a good upgrade after a whale lens of the class 18-55 / 3,5-5,6. I would even recommend Tamron AF 18-200mm f / 3.5-6.3 as the first lens for the CZK.

Sample Photos

Everything is filmed on Canon 350D. At 18mm, barrel distortion and strong vignetting are noticeable. The lens easily copes with back and side light, has a good contrast. You can observe blooming (bright purple spots on contrasting details) and you can not do without aberrations. The sharpness in the center of the image is level, but the edges are not all that good. The image as a whole pleased me and even surprised when used at 200mm. See for yourself:

The parameters of the photo in the review:

On camera JPEG L, high quality. Long exposure noise reduction has been turned off. Parameters: Contrast Correction - 0, Sharpness - 0, Saturation - 0, Hue - 0. Used white balance: 'Auto', 'Daylight', 'Shade', 'Fluorescent'. Photos have been reduced to 2048px by 1363px (roughly 3MP) using FastStone Photo Resizer 3.0, and data from EXIF... When reducing the size of the photos, a quality equal to 80% of the original was used, the compression method was Lanczos3.


Below is a list of all hyper-zooms for SLR or mirrorless cameras with an APS-C sensor and a range of focal lengths greater than or equal to the classic 18-200 mm.

Tamron (different mounts):

  1. Model A14 Tamron 18-200/3.5-6.3 AF (IF) Aspherical LD ​​XR DiII Macro, February 2005. Country of manufacture Japan or China. The version for Pentax cameras has a metal mount, for Nikon / Canon / Sony / Minolta the mount is plastic. In March 2008, an improved Tamron Model appears for Nikon cameras. A14 NII with built-in focus motor, focus mode switch, 8 microprocessor pins and metal mount.
  2. Model B018 Tamron 18-200/3.5-6.3 AF Di II VCAugust 2015.
  3. Model B011 Tamron 18-200 mm F/3.5-6.3 Di III VC, black or silver, December 2011, for mount mirrorless cameras Sony E и Canon EOS M
  4. Model A18 Tamron 18-250/3.5-6.3 AF Di II LD Aspherical [IF] Macro, September 2006. Country of origin Japan or China. In December 2007, an improved model appears for Nikon cameras Tamron model A18 NII with built-in focus motor, focus mode switch and 8 microprocessor pins.
  5. Model B003 Tamron 18-270/3.5-6.3 AF Di II LD [IF] Aspherical VC MacroJuly 2008.
  6. Model B008 Tamron 18-270/3.5-6.3 AF Di II VC PZD, December 2010. Country of origin China or Vietnam.
  7. Model B008TS Tamron 18-270/3.5-6.3 AF Di II VC PZDSeptember 2016.
  8. Model B016 Tamron 16-300/3.5-6.3 AF Di II VC PZD Macro, February 2014.
  9. Model B028 Tamron 18-400/3.5-6.3 Di II VC HLD, June 2017.

Promaster (various mounts):

  1. PROMASTER 18-200/3.5-6.3 DIGITAL XR EDO AF Aspherical LD ​​(IF) Macrocopy Tamron model a14 under the Promaster brand. Japanese assembly

Sigma (different mounts):

  1. Sigma 18-200 mm/3.5-6.3 Zoom DC, February 2005.
  2. Sigma 18-200/3.5-6.3 Zoom DC (+ -HSM) OS (Optical Stabilizer)September 2006 velvet or smooth black body. The HSM motor is only available on Nikon camera lenses.
  3. Sigma 18-200/3.5-6.3 II Zoom DC HSM OS (Optical Stabilizer)October 2011.
  4. Sigma 18-200/3.5-6.3 DC OS HSM MACRO | C (Contemporary, Optical Stabilizer), January 2014.
  5. Sigma 18-250/3.5-6.3 Zoom DC HSM OS (Optical Stabilizer)January 2009
  6. Sigma 18-250/3.5-6.3 Zoom DC Macro HSM OS (Optical Stabilizer)June 2012.
  7. Sigma 18-300/3.5-6.3 DC OS HSM MACRO | C (Contemporary, Optical Stabilizer)September 2014.

Quantaray (different mounts):

  1. Quantaray 18-200/3.5-6.3 Dio Multi-Coated, copy of Sigma 18-200mm/3.5-6.3 Zoom DC (2005) branded as 'Quantaray'
  2. Quantaray 18-200/3.5-6.3 Dio OS (+-HSM) Multi-Coated, copy Sigma 18-200/3.5-6.3 Zoom DC (+-HSM) OS (2006) under the banner of 'Quantaray'.

Nikon (F):

  1. Nikon 18-200/3.5-5.6G DX VRNovember 2005.
  2. Nikon 18-200/3.5-5.6GII DX VRJuly 2009.
  3. Nikon 18-300/3.5-5.6G DX VR, June 2012.
  4. Nikon 18-300/3.5-6.3G DX VRApril 2014.

Sony ('A' or 'E'):

  1. Sony 18-200/ 3.5-6.3 AF DT, A mount, most likely uses an optical design Tamron model a14.
  2. minolta 18-200/3.5-6.3AF DT Dmount A is likely to use an optical circuit Tamron a14
  3. Sony 18-250/3.5-6.3 AF DT, A mount, since 2007, most likely uses Tamron Model A18 optical design.
  4. Sony 18-200/3.5-6.3 OSS, E-mount, May 2010
  5. Sony 18-200/3.5-6.3 OSS LE, E-mount, May 2012
  6. Sony 18-200/3.5-6.3 PZ OSS, E-mount, September 2012

Hasselblad (Sony E):

  1. Hasselblad E 3.5-6.3/18-200 OSS copy Sony 18-200/3.5-6.3 OSS, September 2012

Pentax (K):

  1. Pentax 18-250/3.5-6.3 AL SMC DA [IF], October 2007, most likely uses Tamron Model A18 optical design.
  2. Pentax 18-270/3.5-6.3 ED SMC DA SDM, September 2012, most likely uses an optical design Tamron model b008.
  3. Samsung 18-250/ 3.5-6.3, with a Pentax KAF2 mount, 2008, (most likely uses the Tamron Model A18 optical design.

Canon (EFS):

  1. Canon 18-200/3.5-5.6 IS Zoom Lens EF-S (Image Sbabilizer), August 2008.

Samsung (NX):

  1. Samsung 18-200/3.5-5.6 ED OIS i-Function, Samsung NX mount


Tamron AF 18-200mm f / 3.5-6.3 (IF) Aspherical LD ​​XR DiII Macro A14 - 11x compact superzoom, has good price / performance ratio... I was pleasantly surprised by the fast internal focusing and good sharpness in the center of the frame throughout the entire focal length range. Can serve as a replacement for the standard kit 18-55 / 3,5-5,6.

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Comments: 105, on the topic: Review of Tamron AF 18-200mm f / 3.5-6.3 (IF) Aspherical LD ​​XR DiII Macro A14

  • Vaskok

    Arkady, always wondering when you take pictures in the city or some kind of events as a passerby, didn’t they show you that you like to take pictures of us, violate our rights, etc.?

    • drNeubauer

      You can offer a person to go to court. On this, his questions are likely to end.)

  • Anatoly

    I bought myself one.
    Great lens - you can't confuse these wonderful tamron colors with anything.
    I completely agree with the review

  • Olya

    Good day. I want to ask for advice: I’m photographing motocross, I want to choose (for Nikon d7100) a universal lens from the 18-200 series, I re-read all your reviews :) in the end I stopped as if oddly enough on Tamron AF 18-200 mm f / 3.5-6.3 (IF ) Aspherical LD ​​XR Di II Macro A14, because you noted in it fast autofocus, which is relevant for shooting motocross, is the right choice in your opinion? confuses the lack of a stub and 6.3, there are lenses and more expensive, but as if they have slower autofocus, thanks.
    I’ll note right away that I wouldn’t like the 70-200 2.8 lens, sometimes it’s not enough 70 mm, many say that you need to run legs, but sometimes at the awards after the competition people will be so located around the winners that if you run away with legs, you will only see their backs . And I also don’t want to rearrange the lenses, because sometimes there is such a rocker that you can ruin everything, and sometimes there is no time: the finish is already in 5 minutes, the award. Is the Nikon 18-200mm f / 3.5-5.6G ED AF-S VR II DX Zoom-Nikkor worth the money? I need everything to be fast :) The shooting is non-commercial, but aimed at the result :)
    Your wonderful site, reviews, learned a lot, thanks.

    • Pastor

      In my opinion, definitely, the native 18-200 will be faster in terms of autofocus, give higher sharpness and will support all autofocus modes. He also has a great stub. I will also add that all inexpensive Tamronvo glasses are very poorly assembled (I had 18-200, I have 17-50 2.8, tried 10-24, 17-50 2.8vs - everything leaves the impression of a handicraft assembly), which is noticeable for reporting problem - you can be left without a lens. A stabilizer for the dynamics is useless, but in general, at focal lengths larger than 80mm, it helps a lot to focus. So I would rather take a used Nikon 18-200vr than a new Tamron 18-200.

      • Olya

        Thank you!

    • BB

      I shoot ballroom dancing. In the interval between dances (sometimes it is 15-30 seconds) I manage to change the glass. And you write 5 minutes. In five minutes you can change the lens ten times :-)

      Well, large zooms have big problems at extreme FRs. If you want a result, take two lenses.

      • Peter Sh.

        Cb, do you use your light in competitions, or is it also forbidden for you?
        If so, which when is it not a secret?

        • BB

          The premises are generally quite large (a la gym> 200 sq. Meters), so it is problematic to properly illuminate (I don’t know about “not allowed”), you have to use an on-camera flash ...
          Plus, you need to move around the hall, and if you place the light, for example in the corners, sometimes it will shine in the lens.
          When there is a lot of light in the hall, the on-camera flash works as an additional one. backlight.
          Well, sources with different color temperatures are an eternal headache for photographers.

          With his light (in the form of two large softboxes with studio puffs) he worked only in a small recreation center, there the scene was about 12x8 meters, but it was a performance by a circus studio.

      • Olya

        thanks! I agree with you, in 5 minutes you can fly into space :) another situation, finish: the first arriving is waiting for his colleague straight at the finish to shake his hand, for example, the second or third, then relatives / friends have already come running to the first, I want to congratulate and take a closer look at it - emotions, and loved ones close everything :) and we are still on the track / a little further away - dust with a rocker - do not forget :) the room is still warm / good and the flies do not bite :) on the cross you run all over the track - 10 minutes + 2 laps, and such races in different classes - sports, amateurs adults, children, 65s3 and t / d, in short, while you run, and changing the lens every time is really not very convenient; I agree that 2.8 they speak for themselves, but I would still like to know - someone advises 18-200 from Nikon, or there will be nothing bright there :) thanks.

        • Yarkiya

          It is impossible to embrace the immense, than have to sacrifice, or in favor of a light telephoto or dark wagon. Take a closer look at 28-300, maybe this is what suits you best. 28 mm is certainly not 18, but not 70.

        • BB

          ... or two devices: one with a 'long' lens, one with a 'short' lens))

  • anonym

    Tell me what is better to buy - this lens is what is described, or is it Kitovsky. I have a telephoto portrait lens now. The quality of the portraits is excellent, but there are naturally problems with shooting nature or architecture. I would like to experiment and at the same time get good quality

    • Sergey

      Which telephoto portrait lens do you have?
      Universal type 18-200 and 18-300 are always a compromise between convenience and quality.
      If you really have a telephoto lens, then you better take a fast short-throw zoom type Sigma 17-50 / 2,8. Or maybe 18-105 is enough for you ...

  • kotofei

    5.6 vs 6.3 at the long end is associated with performance, namely, with the presence of an additional gluing in the optical scheme - an optical stabilizer element. For sony / pentax it is not, acc. and the glass is lighter, although it can still be marked / 6,3

  • Ivan

    Please tell me which lens is better for everyday life this Tamron or nikkor 18-135mm. Thank you.

  • Hellenka

    Good day! Please advise what is better to purchase on D90, this tamron 18-200 or Nikorr 18-70, it is clear that the focal ones are different, but the image quality in the budget version of the universal lens is more interested)

    • Arkady Shapoval

      18-70 will be more interesting

      • Hellenka

        Thank you.

    • Lynx


  • Sergei

    Good afternoon!
    And someone already used the updated version of this lens (Tamron AF 18-200mm f / 3.5-6.3 Di II VC Nikon F)
    Tell us how he works.

  • Dmitriy

    Hello Arkady. I need your help. Please tell me which lens is better to buy for Nikon D 90 -
    (Tamron AF 18-200mm f / 3.5-6.3 Di II LD - for Nikon) ..
    (Nikon Zoom Nikkor 70-210 mm f / 4-5.6) .. or
    (Tamron AF 70-300mm f / 4-5.6 Di LD macro 12 Nikon F) ... or

    (Nikon AF-S 18-135 mm f / 3.5-5.6 ED-IF DX zoom) ... or

    (Nikon 18-105 mm f / 3.5-5.6G AF-S ED DX VR) .. thanks

  • Anna

    Tell me. perhaps I read that there is no stabilizer on this lens, will the images be blurry?

    • Artem

      Depends on you. Averaged to be considered
      Sufficient shutter speed = 1 / (focal length * crop factor)
      Those. 200 mm you should have a shutter speed of 1/320 (rounded) or shorter.

  • Anastasia

    Hello, tell me, this lens is suitable for Nikon D90 without adapters, or is there any designation to understand for which particular camera models it is?

    • Anastasia

      this is how it is written in the store Tamron af 18-200mm f3,5-6,3 xr di ii ld asp. (if) macro, sellers themselves do not know, since this is a used equipment store, there is no box. help me please

    • Arkady Shapoval

      Fits. It should be written on the box that the version for Nikon.

      • Anastasia

        And if there is no box, then how to distinguish?

        • Jury

          distinguish either by the inscriptions on the lens, and if they are not there, then only by the mount (which is the most correct). If the sellers in the store cannot tell which system the lens is for, run away from such sellers.

          • Anastasia

            Thank you very much, so I will look further)

      • Anastasia

        Arkady, thank you for your work! It is very interesting for me as a beginner to read your articles, and most importantly, that I could understand and try them in practice! With the help of lens reviews, it is now possible to select the right one via the Internet!

  • Nika

    Good evening! Please tell me, is this lens suitable for Nikon d3100?

    • Arkady Shapoval

      Yes, it does, but only the A14 NII (with built-in focus motor).

  • Levon

    macro with an increase of 1: 3,7 more than 1: 2 ??

    • Arkady Shapoval

      Less. “Real” macro 1: 1. The larger the second number, the worse the indicator. So, 3.7 is worse than 2.

  • Simon

    Except for the wide zoom, THIS BOTTLE GLASS IS NOTHING MORE ...

  • Vyunenko Andrey

    I bought one on Avito, a new one, for 3 thousand (-: wooden tugriks. Version for Nikon, with built-in focusing motor. I took it with me on a trip. It’s convenient for traveling. In the version for nikon, the metal mount is not enough, but it’s not enough in sunny the weather outside is no problem. Well suited for hot countries. There is a clear 18mm distortion, but is destroyed in DxO in one click. In terms of picture quality, there are not enough stars from the sky, but not worse than an 18-55 whale. Sometimes 200mm, very even needed. For me, a good lens, especially for 3 thousand (-:

  • Claudia

    Hello Arkady. I have a Nikon D3200 - a carcass. I bought a Tamron AF 18-200mm f / 3.5-6.3 (IF) Aspherical LD ​​XR DiII Macro A14 lens - i.e. this one in the article. True, the values ​​on the lens are not written in the same order as in your photo.
    Question: Which adapter should I choose? Cheaper.

    • Arkady Shapoval

      No. It was necessary to take the lens in the version for the Nikon camera right away. You took, most likely for Canon. Hand over and purchase the right one.

  • Nicholas

    I was pleasantly surprised. I bought for Pentax k5 ii

  • Michael

    Arkady surprised me with his not bad review of this glass. Perhaps I did not have the best one, but from the results of using it I can say that I have not yet met a worse lens. At first I sinned for the lack of a stub. But after taking a few pictures of static objects from a tripod, having received a real "mess" hastened to get rid of this device. The price speaks indirectly about its “quality”. And in the store and on the secondary.

  • Sergiy

    Good evening. chi pіdіyde vіn on the next frame? May 10-24 I go, I think I’ll get such a thing, for a crop or for a new frame. Dyakuyu for seeing and screaming for your robot!

    • Arkady Shapoval

      does not fit. And which 10-24 fits a full frame? Maybe he automatically turns on the APS-C mode? And while only part of your full-frame camera's sensor is working?

      • Sergiy

        normally go 10-24 Tamron on 5d mk1, obviously on the widest cut you can see a black field near ale tse dibnytsi in a small amount of play on both formats. color and sharpness super that I want another tamron)

  • Alexander

    I bought such a lens, on the advice of friends :-)), a year and a half ago for only 1400 UAH. Satisfied. Some photos with a Canon 500D camera

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