Tamron 18-270mm F/3.5-6.3 Di II VC PZD
Announced Dec 9, 2010 •
Lens | Canon EF, Nikon F (DX) | B008
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Hey all, After waiting way, way too long, I've just replaced my first ever SLR (Nikon D40 + 18-55 kit lens) with the new Canon 100D + Tamron 18-270 PZD. My usage is 100% travel: I'm on the road virtually all the time, so size and weight are of utmost importance. While I'm definitely still a novice, I do have some basic understanding of terminology + concepts - and the optical compromises required to get so much range into a lens as small as this Tamron. However, I wanted to run something by...
Hello...I'm new to DPREVIEW...I'm also new to photography as well as DSLR cameras...purchased a "new to me" Nikon D3000, middle of February and love it but I'm finding the lens 18-55 that came with the camera very limiting. I'm looking at the Tamron 18-270 and the Sigma 18-250...I've read the review on both lens, but for the life of me not sure which would be best or if it is simply a case of pick one??? If anyone has used one or both and would consider passing along any thoughts I'd...
I have the Tamron lens mounted on Nikon D40. I was taking pics today and seemingly out of nowhere, the lens stopped extending past 32mm. It feels like it's stuck on something so I don't want to force it. However, when I remove the lens from the camera, it seems to be fine. Any ideas for fixing this at home or do I have to send it out for service?Thanks,Nicole