Tamron SP AF 90mm F/2.8 Di Macro

Telephoto macro prime lens | Canon EF, Nikon F (FX), Pentax KAF, Sony/Minolta Alpha
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Hi Hope someone can help me. I have bought the A7rII and the Sony adapter La-EA3. When used with the Tamron A-mount lens, it only works in manuel focus, but thats okey. What I really missing is the opportunity to use Focus Magification. Is this possible with this combination of camera, adapter and lens? Hope really someone can help me with this question. Best regards www.arnfinnlie.com
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Hello all, I recently bought a Nikon D5300 (great camera), and have been trying to use it with as much care as possible. Today, however, I noticed a smudge in the viewfinder, and upon closer inspection, found out that the smudge is on the focus screen on the underside of the pentamirror. I shined a flashlight at the mirror apparatus so I could look into the viewfinder and pinpoint the location of the smudge, but my attempts the particle did not yield any results. I am really worried, as i...
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Hello, I recently purchased a used Tamron SP AF 90mm F/2.8 Di Macro lens. The model number is 272E. I have two questions about my new lens. Perhaps they are problems? I can't seem to find answers. 1) When I attach the lens to my camera (Nikon D3200), the camera prompts me with a message that reads, "Lock lens aperture ring at minimum aperture (largest f/-number)." Naturally, locking the aperture ring to f/32 makes the message go away, and allows me to take pictures. My understanding is that...
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I know this is not a fully auto lens but seems to do some kind of auto-focusing. Except that sometimes it will zoom to focus and then go blurry and you can't get it to go back. Also, if you change the aperture from the highlighted 32 to 22-2.8 the camera will not shoot. What's that about?
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I have been shooting with my first DSLR (D5000) since 2009. I am not a pro, just use the camera on my business travels and with my Family (mostly my kid nowadays). My lenses are 35mm 1.8G, Sigma 10-20 and Tamron 90mm f2.8. I believe only the Tamron supports full frame. I believe going to D7100 will not add much since D5000 is already a great camera and the next step would be going to full frame. My budget is around 3.5k (after selling a CAM recorder from Canon) for the body and 1 or 2 lenses....
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Hi everyone, Im about to purchase a macro lens for wildlife , flora photography but also (to a lesser degree) portraits . I currently have a nikon D5100 camera. Basically, after reading many reviews etc, it has come down to either the Tokina 100mm macro or Tamron 90mm macro usd vc. Obviously image quality is the most important factor. There are many excellent reviews of the Tokina which is cheaper but also of the Tamron which also won EISA best lens of the year 2013-2014. Any advice to help...
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I've got a Nikon D5000 (APS-C / DX camera) with the following lenses: Nikkor AF-S VR 70-300mm Nikkor AF-S VR 18-105mm Nikkor AF-S DX 35mm f/1.8g I wish to buy a lens (or lenses) with a certain budget to do macro photography (primary) and see improvement with portraits (secondary objective). The big question is what is the better choice! :-) I did some research and came across some 60mm lenses (Nikkor/Tamron) and 105mm lenses (Nikkor/Sigma). As I am shooting with a DX camera I need to take...
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I enjoy macro photography immensely and used a Sigma 105 macro (not the current version) with my Sony A500.  I traded the lens, camera and other items and made the investment in the a99 and Zeiss 24-70 and 135 lens. Both are spectacular lenses. While it's not a macro lens, the Zeiss 135 is incredible.  I've been getting extremely sharp photos with the 135 in macro situations. I just crop the photo as needed.  I mainly shoot flowers.  This isn't ideal but it's working for the time being.  For...
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i am looking for something to start my macro photography,i am really interested in it i am currently looking at 2 options 1)tamron 90mm macro(non vc) 2)nikon 50mm 1.8d with extension tubes currently i am having d5100. i know that the nikon will not autofocus with the body,but i have used the tamron and found that the autofocus in that is not very fast and faulty during macro operation and low light. moreover i will save some bucks if i go with the later. i am looking for the one with better...
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