Tamron 90mm Macro

Started Nov 26, 2008 | Discussions thread
Edward Amarante Regular Member • Posts: 248
Re: Tamron 90mm Macro

BackInTheGame wrote:

There are actually some pretty good stores selling on ebay. Some of
them might be authorized Tamron dealers, even though they don't say
it in the listing. Try to find a web site for some you have looked
at, or you can call them. A lot of the New York stores are open on
Sunday which is convenient.
Also, ebay is giving 10 percent coupons this month. I ordered my
16-85 from an authorized dealer who's price was a tad high at 569 but
the ebay coupon made it 519 and the cash back thing was good for 142
making the net cost about 380. Shipping was free and insurance was
only 7 dollars.
Hey, when you find someone willing to help pay for your toys, don't
look a gift horse in the mouth.

By the way, as long as you get the warranty the manufacturer can take
care of your problems, although I doubt any body is as good as B&H
when it comes to problem solving. This 16-85 is the only thing I
have that wasn't bought from them, so you can't go wrong if you would
rather go that way.
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I bought my Tamron 90mm 2.8 from B&H, it was $449.95,with a $90.00 rebate, making it $359.00. I mailed in the rebate and got a check 10 days later. Fastest rebate I ever got. Lens I received, has the new AF motor. Are the Ebay dealers shipping the new model? At $359 I think this lens is a great macro buy. The focus is very accurate, even for macro. I have bought a lot on Ebay, and from B&H. From my personal experience, B&H has been a quantum leap above my Ebay dealings. JMHO
ED

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