Tamron 18-400mm F3.5-6.3 Di II VC HLD
Announced Jun 23, 2017 •
Lens | Canon EF-S, Nikon F (DX) | B028
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By: timmah1977 (3 weeks ago)
Posted to: Nikon SLR Lens Talk
Hi forum people, I've been taking pictures for about 6 months now and I met an actual photographer the other day. His bird shots on his D500 and Nikon 200-500mm setup were amazing, and he made me want to get better. I go out looking for birds mainly and I am wondering if people have any tips for me using the equipment I have (D5500 + 18-400mm Tamron). I don't want to spend thousands more before I know I am getting the most out of my current setup. Here are some examples of shots I've taken -...
Hi I bought a Tamron18-400mm lens a month ago I use it with Canon 600DThe quality of the lens is generally goodBut I found a problem and I do not know if this problem is common all this kind of lensesOr is a manufacturers defect only in my lens The problem is when I use the vibration compensation the images become shaky and blurs, especially when shooting the long exposure I want to know if anybody was having the same problem with the same lens ؟ thanks and regars without vibration...
Hello All. I recently acquired a Canon EOS 7Ti (800D) and a Tamron 18-400mm. I've included a link to my flickr page in my signature below so you can see the kind of shots that I am getting. Well all of a sudden, the last 2 days out, nothing seems to be working right. I've kept the settings from the first 3 albums you see.. (Manual, Shutter speed at minimun 1/1000, F8 or lower, auto ISO, partial metering, Zone AF (cluster of 9 in the centre), AI Servo). I checked the focus points afterwards on...
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