Tamron 28-75mm f/2.8 Di III VXD G2 Lens for Sony E
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|Focal Length||28 to 75mm|
|Minimum Aperture||Not Specified by Manufacturer|
|Lens Mount||Sony E|
|Minimum Focus Distance||7.1" / 18 cm|
|Maximum Magnification||1 to 2.7x|
|Filter Size||67 mm (Front)|
The Tamron 28-75mm f/2.8 Di III RXD lens captures crisp photos, focuses quickly, and balances well on Sony full-frame cameras.
Compact., Wide, fixed aperture., Crisp results., Supports all Sony focus features., Quiet autofocus system., Moisture-resistant design.
Not the best performer at 28mm f/2.8., Omits optical stabilization., Firmware update not available in macOS High Sierra.
The lens comparisons just shared create that awkward feeling. Something is not adding up — and this is not the first time Tamron has created this equation. The comparisons, along with the rest of the review, show the Tamron 70-180mm f/2.8 Di III VXD Lens delivering image quality comparable to or...
It is easy to spot why the Tamron 28-75mm f/2.8 Di III RXD is so popular. There is, of course, the moderate price tag combined with the fast max. aperture which sets it apart from Sony offerings.
Take a step up the quality ladder from your A7-series kit zoom lens with the Tamron 28-75mm f/2.8 Di III RXD...
The Sony company keep older models of their full frame mirrorless cameras on the market for a long time so their prices have been falling to levels acceptable for amateur photographers. Such amateurs might become interesting in supplying their bodies with reasonably priced lenses.
solid, sealed casing,, excellent image quality in the frame centre,, sensible image quality on the edge of the APS-C/DX sensor,, lack of problems with longitudinal chromatic aberration,, slight lateral chromatic aberration,, moderate astigmatism,, low vignetting on the APS-C/DX sensor,, excellent...
too weak resolution on the edge of full frame,, huge vignetting on full frame,, noticeable problems with coma correction.
Tamron’s first dedicated FE lens is a very nice bit of gear at a modest price. It’s relatively compact and light for a standard zoom lens with an f/2.8 constant maximum aperture.
The new Tamron 28-75mm F2.8 Di III RXD isn't the best standard zoom lens for Sony full-frame mirrorless cameras in terms of outright image quality, performance and build quality, but it is currently the best lens in terms of its cost to performance ratio, offering a lot of bang for not a lot of...
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Immediately after unboxing in my hotel room, I had to run down and shoot a large convention.. For the next 2 days I used this lens and it over performed.. I did not expect the amazing results that came out of this lens... This lens is worth every penny and more.. Stop thinking and buy it already.
This focal length isn't in my preferred range so I was willing to compromise somewhat. Overall, I am glad I did, though I would have loved this lens to reach down to 24mm FL at which I take the majority of my shots.
Light, decent image quality, close focus is handy, Inexpensive, Decent Bokeh... sometimes
Not built to take hard use, 24-70 would be much preferred to 28-75. Bokeh is.... inconsistent
Optically this lens is almost (repeat - almost) as good as the venerable 24-70 GM lens. If you are making 24x36 prints of landscapes, get the GM. Otherwise, you won't notice the difference. As an added bonus, the 28-75 sits so well on the camera.
Should really consider a OSS body and tripod to get rid of hand jitter. Also the bag is too big to be put into another bag and too small to be carried alone.
I have had this lens for about three weeks and can't stop shooting with it. It is very sharp and auto focus is quick. It couples with all of the Sony functions without fail. I do not shoot video so can not attest to how it functions in that area. I wish I had had this lens a long time ago.
The lens actually is better than expected. I've noticed that it's been my go to in every situation that suits me for the last couple of weeks now. If you haven't played around with it, you should. Sharp, fast focus.
Down somewhere is my review that you do not buy this lens for video work until you see what a firmware upgrade will do. So Tamron issued an firmware update and as i can see it corrected that major flaw. So, kudos to Tamron, i do recommend buying this lens now.
Great lens at any price point. Very sharp throughout the entire focal range. I have used the 24-70 G Master and this lens is just as sharp from corner to corner. I have updated the firmware and it focuses just as fast as the G Master if not a shade quicker.
We can all find things wrong with anything, and primarily being a prime lens user there is something I dont like about this lens, but its all in how you use it that makes the difference. The Tamron 28-75mm is extremely sharp, focus is awesome, and it works incredibly well with my Sony A7RIII and A9.
Really good all-round lens.
- E-Mount Lens/Full-Frame Format
- Maximum Aperture: f/2.8
- Updated Optical Design
- VXD Linear Motor Focus Mechanism
- Minimum Focusing Distance: 7.1"
- Tamron Lens Utility Connector Port
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