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Tamron 18-400mm F/3.5-6.3 DI-II VC HLD All-In-One Zoom For Nikon APS-C Digital SLR Cameras (6 Year Limited USA Warranty)
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- World’s first 222x ultra-telephoto all-in-one zoom Lens
- Filter diameter: 79 mm.0.15x (When the macro switching ring is set to "0,3m-∞"), 0.26x (When the macro switching ring is set to "0,2m-0,35m"). 620mm full-frame equivalent telephoto reach
- VC for confident telephoto shooting
- Moisture-resistant construction
- 1: 29 max Mag Ratio for versatile close-up capability
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Go to extremes with the world’s first* 22.2x ultra-telephoto all-in-one zoom. Introducing the world’s first ultra-telephoto all-in-one zoom lens for the APS-C format. With a focal length range of 18-400mm and 22.2x zoom, it has an ultra-telephoto range equivalent to 620mm in the 35mm format. This brings distant subjects closer, while providing perspective-flattening effects that are only possible with an extreme telephoto lens. Plus it offers exceptional optical performance across the entire zoom range-from wide angle to ultra-telephoto. With this new lens-and its Moisture-Resistant Construction-Tamron brings the art of photography to the joy of travel. Now you can use the same lens to shoot everything from stunning landscapes and neon-lit cities to detailed portraits and delicate flora. The ultra-telephoto range makes it just as easy to photograph animals and sports. And with a maximum magnification ratio of 1:2.9, you can even enjoy tele-macro photography.
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I will post further updated this weekend after the balloon festival shoot and one more later in 2nd week of October. As of now, I am very happy for the purchase.
Took this to Balloon fest in plano TX, in the evening. As light gets Dim, this is not at all a lens you want. It wont focus at longer focal length but you can use manual focus. For day light, it is defiitely sharper than 55-200 or 55-300 kit lens .
Update Oct 10 2017
I will have the pictures to say more than the words.. Adding few more. Enjoying the lens to thw fullest.. Taking landscape is fun with this lens.
I have included 2 shots, 1 at 18mm and the other at 400mm, Nikon D7100, iso 200, f22, aperture priority, manual focus, matrix metered, tripod and remote shutter. the spots you see in the upper left are dust on the sensor. These shots are "Fine Quality" .jpg format right out of the camera, no processing what so ever.
Proper raw file/processing will bring out even more detail and color, but I can see by jpgs, this lens will do just fine.
The shots were taken about 4 in the afternoon. the hill in the foreground is a bit less than a 1/2 mile out, the antenna towers are a good 10 miles away (give or take).
This lens now replaces my old Tamron 28-300mm (which was a favorite), and it is better in every respect!
Judge for your self, but I think it was worth every penny!
With the 18-400 lower light shots seem trickier to nail focus at the 300-400 mm range. Ironically, the lens seems to hunt focus less than others, but the resulting photo ends up blurry more often. I have to try to keep shutter faster than 1/100 to best guarantee sharp enough shots, which is not something I've found to be as necessary with similar Tamron lenses.
Overall, it's a convenient lens that just requires some adjustment to use properly. In good light photos will be plenty sharp and the ability to focus on close subjects (1-2 ft away) is also a welcome benefit.
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I wish it was automatic focus