Tamron SP 24-70mm F2.8 Di VC USD

Announced Feb 6, 2012 •
Zoom lens | Canon EF, Nikon F (FX), Sony/Minolta Alpha | A007
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Hello guys!I have a Canon 70D body with a Tamron 24-70/2.8 vc usd lens.And I have a big problem. At about 50-70mm with this lens I can not make a sharp picture not only wide open, but neither at f8-11 apertures.It's a same story with LV too. So not the focus accuracy is the problem.I have sent it to the service, but they said, it's in perfect condition, it just does not fit on apsc.BUT (!) on a lot of forums, and in youtube videos, everybody says that this is one of the perfect lens on apsc...
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I own a Nikon D7200 with a Nikon 18-105 f/3.5-5.6 VR and Nikon 35 mm f/1.8 lens. I'm looking for a good upgrade for my old 18-105 lens to supplement my use of the 35 mm. When using the 35 mm I have to get very close to people, which sometimes ruins the situation that I would like to capture. I would like to have a good lens that makes me able steps backwards and be more observable. I hope you understand. I've been looking at the less expensive Tamron 17-50 f/2.8 with VR/VC. I think it could...
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I own a Nikon D7200 with a Nikon 18-105 f/3.5-5.6 VR and Nikon 35 mm f/1.8 lens. The 18-105 mm is from my old D5000 camera. After I bought the 35 mm prime lens it has been my primary lens. I almost never use the zoom lens except from situations where I really needs to zoom (> 70 mm). The 35 mm is sharper and has a much better aperture. Therefore I tend to mount this prims lens instead of my old 18-105 mm lens for allround situations. Family events (both in- and outdoor), kids, people...
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Looking for more consistent sharpness w/ night/predawn still landscape photos. Some photos come out slightly blurry and a few appear to have a very slight double exposure. Some are quite sharp and others decent sharpness. I am stumped on the causes and fixes if anyone has suggestions. 2 photos can be seen on my gallery. Mostly urban landscape still night/early dawn photos where there is a mix of artificial lighting such as streetlights, floodlights, landscape lights. The landscape lights are...
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Hi People, First off, I wanna just say that even though I am a new member of the community, I have been checking out your forums for quite some time now to find a specific answer to my following question. I know all the data regarding subjects related, what I could really use now are impressions and your unbound feedback. I am considering going for some semi-pro gear now (from a 40D w/ 17-85 f4-5.6, 70-300 4-5.6), I am getting very passionate about this topic, in the future I might wanna go...
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I'm right on the verge of ordering a 5D3 to supplement my 7D2. But I'm wanting/needing a walk around lens to go with it, and am approaching data overload. The options I've thought about/considered in various prices are as follows(ranked in my understanding of the optical quality): Canon 24-105 f/4 IS +$600(body->kit pricing) Sigma 24-105 OS + 900 Tamron 24-70 f/2.8 VC +1000 Canon 24-70 f/2.8 II +too much Not sure where to rank the Canon 24-70 f/4 IS +850. I read some various things all...
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Hello my fellow photographers, Few days ago I was stupid enough to not check if my camera bag is fully closed before I pick it up. The result? I had my Tamron 24-70 dropped on the floor from about a meter high. Thankfully there seems to get no effect on zoom, focus or VC operation. The body cap was cracked, but I'm totally fine with that. I took these test images from my friend's D810 (I only have a D7100) to test whether there is any misalignment, aberrations...etc caused by the drop. I am...
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My 1DS Mark II's manual states that there are different AF point benefits, depending on lens type and speed: http://gdlp01.c-wss.com/gds/8/0900000248/01/EOS1DsMII-IM-EN.pdf , page 73 I can't seem to get copy/paste working in the link above, but it says that out of the 45 total AF points on the 1DSII, 7 points in the center column will function as cross-type sensors when a f/2.8 or faster lens is attached; the remaining 38 sensors will be horizontal-only sensors. If the lens is f/4 or slower...
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I've got a 16-35mm F4 L that I LOVE, and I use it for almost all uses except for informal social events (BBQs, family events, portraits). I have my trusty 50mm 1.8 II that I'm using for this purpose now, but I'd like to get a zoom with more range (and better AF). I've never had a tele zoom before; is 70mm too long for general purpose indoor social events? If any of you use one of the Canon 70-200mm L variants, do you find yourself trying to back up through a wall very often when indoors? Or...
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I have two Tamron lenses. 24-70 f2.8 and 70-200 f2.8. I was not convinced the 24-70 was focusing as well as it should be and followed some fine tuning instructions which resulted in a -5 adjustment and better focusing! All good. But the other day I used the 70-200 and noticed the images we're not as sharp as they should be. When I checked the data, the -5 setting was being applied to this lens as well? I checked the manual and it seems that each lens (up to 20 max) can be given its own fine...
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