Tamron Lenses

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Established: 1950
Country: Japan
Global website: www.tamron.com
US website: www.tamron-usa.com
EU website: www.tamron.eu
Tamron is a Japanese company, founded in 1950, that manufactures photographic and industrial optics. As well as its own-branded designs, it makes many optical units for compact digital cameras, and produces lenses for several of the major SLR manufacturers. Tamron lenses are mainly available in Canon and Nikon DSLR mounts, but in 2018 the company expanded into the mirrorless market with the launch of a new 28-75mm zoom: The company's first lens designed from the ground up for Sony's FE range of full-frame mirrorless lenses.
Tamron makes a range of lenses for both full-frame and APS-C SLRs. The lineup consists mainly of zooms, including wide angle, telephoto, superzoom and F2.8 designs, but with some macro primes thrown in for good measure.

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