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

Announced Feb 6, 2012 •
Zoom lens | Canon EF, Nikon F (FX), Sony/Minolta Alpha | A007
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By: catastrophe (Dec 10, 2022)
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I have an EOS R which I use for concerts and other thing. I do not shoot birds and animals, except the cats, unless I encounter them by accident and they are near. The concert lighting is often poor and ISO 12800 and above is common and the images can be noisy. There is often strong backlighting which can make autofocus difficult. I always use eye and face detect and tracking. That is my preferred mode and I find that it works well with backlighting. I would like to use ES as this removes the...
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Dear All, It turned out, that my Tamron lens seems to be unsharp.Examples: https://flic.kr/p/2jNjUpb or the album: https://flic.kr/s/aHsmMkRrnx The question is now, if it would be reasonable to repair the lens or would you recommend to buy another lens?Thanks and BR's jan
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Hello Everyone, I am thinking about buying a Canon M6 Mark II with the EF-EOS M adapter. I am planning to buy the following lenses with it: Tamron SP 24-70mm f/2.8 Di VC USD Sigma 70-200mm f / 2.8 EX DG II HSM Macro Could someone please tell me whether these lenses are fully compatible with this setup, especially in terms of autofocus? I would also like to know whether any firmware update is needed to improve compatibility. Any help is highly appreciated. Thank you very much, Fahmin
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I am looking at either the A7ii or A7rii (used) and have money for one good lens (most likely used) after the purchase. If I go with the A7ii obviously I'd have a bit more to spend on a lens but I really am interested more in the A7rii because I like to shoot landscape and the extra pixels could be useful. My budget is around $2000 for the body and lens. I used to shoot on a D7200 with the kit zoom but felt like it was a little to big to be taking with me on my hikes and travels so am...
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Hi all, I've been researching fast mid range zooms (24-70 2.8 and similar) for my Nikon F80 (yes, a film camera) and later a D750, when funds allow. This body should work with almost all lenses other than the newest of the new, but I don't have the money for those anyway. :-D (see https://www.kenrockwell.com/nikon/compatibility-lens.htm) So far I've been somewhat set on the early Nikkor 24-70 G without VR, for around 500GBP. In terms of IQ (image quality) it seems like its really the best...
By: Enthusiast3003 (Feb 7, 2019)
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Hi all, Shooting mostly landscapes, I’ve been thinking of upgrading to Z7. I do occasional attempted wildlife/birds but without huge success and have also thought about going D810 and getting D500.  However, i like the idea of a Z7 and the new 14-30mm f4. I am a GAS sufferer but it’s been under control for last two years. I rented a Sony A7III six months ago and hated the ergonomics. I can see from all the online stuff that everyone hunts for the do it all camera but it doesn’t really...
By: CamdenGrp (Sep 2, 2018)
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Question about Lens on Canon 80D - I am new to Photography and have purchased a Canon 80D. I have the Kit Lens but looking to upgrade my Lens.  The type of Photography I will be doing is Travel Photography. I will be in Low Light Situations and Bright outdoor situations. I will be taking pictures of Landscapes and Horse Competition Riding. Examples- Washington DC. Historical Sites both inside and outside. Horse Riding Shows (Jumping). Landscapes such as Grand Canyon.  After reviewing You Tube...
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Hello guys, I am here in a very hard situation, my recently bought Tamron 24-70 f2.8 A007 version got a moderate amount of rain on it, while doing street photography in Lisbon paired with my 5D Mark III. While on the rain all worked fine, but it condensed inside in the second lens on the front very hard when I went to the train, hard to the point of staying in rice for about 5h, and after it all seemed to disappear, took it off the rice and got it in the camera for a bit of testing, I noticed...
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Does anyone use or have experience with Tokina's 24-70 2.8 on the A7rii with either the sigma or other adapters? How is AF and all that good stuff? Also any thoughts on 24-70 Tokina vs Tameron welcome! G1 not G2 - looking for budget 24-70 but still with good IQ. Cheers all,
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In the market for a 24-70 f2.8 lens. I already own the tamron 70-200 f2.8 (the old version) and I am extremely happy with it. Looking at reviews, and my budget, I decided to once again go for the tamron version of the 24-70. However, I am not sure if I am to go for the old or the new G2 version as I am not sure if it is worth the price difference yet. Currently I shoot landscapes as a hobby, and also do some portraits and will be doing some weddings next year as well.. What do you think?...
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