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Tamron AF SP 90/2.8 Di Macro 1:1 New for Nikon

Tamron AF SP 90/2.8 Di Macro 1:1 New for Nikon

  • Lens mount system: Nikon F
  • Construction: Fixed
  • Format: Full-frame (35mm)
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3.1 / 5
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9 years ago*
My first non-Nikon lens. Have had it in the releas date, and is relatively happy with the pictures it performs even if it has a tendency to overexpose. However do not work my lenses with live view. Autofocus does not work but you can take pictures with manual focus. After talks with Tamron Sweden so it came up that you have to change a circuit in the lens for it to work. Something that I myself would pay, which would result to the cost of the lens would be much, much more than the equivalent Nikon. + Good sharpness + Bright - Tamron - NOT functioning af in live view. (Except apparently only some series) - Indolent of - Loud of - Over Exposing often That said, its happy with the lens otherwise but for me it will never become more Tamron given their incredible cash support and unwillingness to resolve my problem.
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11 years ago*
+ Sharp fine biler (with nikon d40) + Perfect focal length for macro in my opinion + AF works well and quickly, even when the AF limit is not set. A little noisy when the AF motor only works, not quite as quiet as Nikon's AF. + Excellent as a macro, can shoot really close and a whole new world opens up :) + Good and solid feel in control and focus ring -Very very shallow depth of field at the closest focusing distance, it comes to putting the focus accurately and keep still, it can be a little tricky to get to the handheld but is fine after a little practice. So nothing specifically with this lens but most can be useful to know. -Minimum Aperture 2.8 only at the focus to infinity, the focusing distance creeps up to 5.6. Maybe not specifically with this lens but can be useful to know. It takes some bright alto gain ISO to get fast enough shutter speeds. Thinking of letting this replace my 50 1.4 and instead get something more wide-angle and bright. Very satisfied!
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11 years ago*
My first macro and have had it for a few months now. Produces really nice and sharp pictures! However, I do not understand why they put AF in the house for AF: one is unbelievable tenacious. Will also easy rörelseoskärpa.Men absolutely recommend this lens!
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