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|Lens Mount||Sony E|
|Angle of View||84° 4'|
|Macro Reproduction Ratio||1:2|
|Minimum Focus Distance||4.7" / 11.94 cm|
|Optical Design||10 Elements in 9 Groups|
|Diaphragm Blades||7, Rounded|
|Filter Size||67 mm (Front)|
|Dimensions (ø x L)||2.87 x 2.5" / 73 x 63.5 mm|
|Weight||7.6 oz / 215 g|
Taking residence in the middle of Tamron’s trio of new wide-angle lenses for Sony full-frame E-mount cameras, this one gives a less radical viewing angle than the 20mm, but squeezes more into the frame than the 35mm.
Compact but strongly built, 0.5x macro, Superb sharpness even when shooting wide-open, Good price for an AF lens
No optical image stabilization, Autofocus speed could be faster
We look forward to reviewing the final production version of the Tamron 24mm f2.8 Di III OSD M1:2 (Model F051) comprehensively once review units are available, please stay tuned for our upcoming full review.
. It’s a great overall value that delivers solid all-around performance. The only thing holding it back from perfection is its autofocus performance under low light and low contrast conditions.
The Tamron 24mm f/2.8 Di III OSD M1:2 lens is a strong value proposition for Sony photographers, delivering excellent images and quality construction at a bargain price.
Affordable., Compact., Outstanding sharpness., Dust, splash, and fluorine protection.
Barrel distortion and vignette may require correction., Slow, audible autofocus., Exhibits focus breathing effect.
24mm is a classic focal length for full-frame cameras, and with good reason. Although it is no longer regarded as being such an ultra-wide as it was, it retains its position as the widest lens that is clearly usable for general-purpose shooting as well as dramatic wide-angle effects.
Excellent sharpness, Well-controlled CA, Moisture resistance, Excellent flare resistance, Macro focusing to 1:2, Light and compact, Excellent price, 5-year guarantee, Silent AF
Distortion needs in-camera or software correction