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I did a lot of research before buying this lens. I looked at many brands an price points. I have to say I am very pleased with this lens. Previously I had been using a Sony SAL75300 Kit len which was ok but a little too soft for my taste.
The picture quality from this lens is phenomenal. Auto-focus is pretty fast. But the absolute best thing about this lens is the vibration reduction. Even at full zoom, it's easy to take nice, clear pictures
This lens is the best! It focuses very fast and has excellent bokeh. Built very well too. I use this with my Sony a77ii. Nice deep lens hood which is great thing to have!
This lens is amazing! I am a huge Tamron fan (Nikon mount)...the clarity and detail attained at 300 mm is outstanding. Additionally, unlike my 70-200, it is lightweight-ish and you do not need your tripod for good quality photos.
This lens is plenty sharp for photography with adequate lighting (daylight or flash photography). I used these a few times when I went to the zoo. It is great to take pictures of animals from far away, but you just have to make sure that there is enough light hitting the subject.
I've been a believer that Nikon made the best lenses for Nikon cameras for years but that ended when I got the 55-300mm VR which is useless! So after spending a few nights checking the reviews and samples on line, I decided to give Tamron a chance.
I waited awhile to review this lens since I wanted time to really use it before jumping to conclusions on it. Well I have taken close to 3,000 images with it and it has been great!
If you' re an amateur (not a Zeiss amateur), you'll like this one, mostly for its VC feature. Good sharpness overall, nice warm colors with sufficient saturation, I'd say it's a lens that could easily sell even if it was 25% more expensive.
I am very satisfied with upgrading (without mortgaging the farm) from an 18-250 to a 17-70 plus this 70-300. 18-250 tries to do too much and makes sacrifices along the way, the two lenses, particularly the 70-300 is much sharper, takes in more light, and has a smoother action.
I love this lens for the price. This Lens take sharp photos in well lit areas. It does fall short in low light BUT I don't knock it for that. I love toking this lens with me when I am out and about taking photos. I don't worry much about it if it gets knocked around when I am out and about.