I have a well-equipped Nikon DSLR system with DX and FX cameras and an array of lenses. My FX is the D750, and main lenses are Nikon 24-70, 80-200, 85/1.4, 60 micro, Sigma 12-24 and 400. I wanted something for traveling light and walk around, as well as the occasional telephoto shot when using the most-often-used 24-70. While the 80-200 would be the choice for serious pro work, lighter travel called for a small-do-all. I first came across this Tamron in a batch of used lenses. I took a few ...View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
Tamron AF 28-200mm F/3.8-5.6 XR Di Aspherical (IF) Macro
when stopping down to f 8-11 excellent sharpness between 50 and 135 mm, but good sharpness at extreme tele and wide angle with some CA's in tele range. nevertheless an eighty per cent lens because of its very good correction of distorsion, very nice colors, high contrast and over all good sharpness, when stopped down a few.View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
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