Tamron 28-75mm f/2.8 XR Di Lens for Canon EOS Review · My Notes

Pros: Easily Interchangeable, Lightweight
Cons: Lens Creep, Blurry Focus
Best Uses: Portraits, Every day use, Back-Up, General Use, Night Photography, Wedding Photography, Events, Upgrade, Indoor use
Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

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The lens offers fastest SLR zoom aperture and coverage of standard wide to tele zoom range on full frame or from normal to portrait/telephoto on APS-C DSLR, and that's all in a very lightweight (for the speed and the focal length range of course) and inexpensive package. Macro focusing is also a good bonus. What else does one need from a standard zoom? It is a little softer (but not blurry) at f/2.8 and quickly improves when stopped down, even at f/3.5 it's better and at f/4 it's already tack sharp. I also noticed that focusing in low light may be hit and miss, while e.g. my EF-S 18-55 and Sigma 18-50 / 2.8 still focus confidently. A great value for money anyways. Especially consider this lens if you're shooting portraits using zoom or need a fast zoom for available light photography.




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