Which Tamron Lens

Posted: November 4, 2015 in Uncategorized
Do you own a Tamron lens, and which one is it.
Which Tamron lens are you hoping you will get for Christmas.
Comments
  1. Carolyn Fletcher says:

    I have the 18-270. Love it. Great all around lens.

  2. Owen milks says:

    I own the 90mm tamron macro 2.8 Lense. I hope to get the tamron 180mm 2.8 for christmas this year!!!

  3. Jeff B. says:

    I’ve got the Tamron 90mm f2.8 AF Macro and the Tamron 17-50mm f2.8 AF. Hoping for the 150-600mm

  4. John Hulburt says:

    I own 90macro, 150-600 and just replaced Nikon with new 24-70

  5. Melissa Mitchell says:

    I have three favorite Tamron lenses, the 150-600mm, the 16-300mm, and the 90-mm Macro. I would love the 28-300mm because it is a full frame lens.

  6. Bill B says:

    I have the 10-24 (love it), the 90 macro, and a 28-80. Use them all. At Christmas it would be nice to see the 16-300 or the 150-600. Both would be nice too 🙂

  7. Grace Grogan says:

    Almost all of our extra lenses are Tameron, but my favorite, all-around use lens is the Tameron 28-300, that is what I do 99% of my shooting with.

  8. Russ Tomanek says:

    Just purchased the Tamron 28-300mm lens as my new walk-around lens. Love this lens but it needed a little micro-focusing to improve auto-focus sharpness.

  9. Walter E. Alvarez says:

    I own the macro sp90mm, the 24-70 f2.8, and the 70-200 f2.8. I’ve used them on my ex-Canon T4i and now in my Canon 6D. All of them are really amazing, sharp, fast focus, perfect colors … I am very pleased with their performance. I’ve been considered to add the 150-600 but I am not sure about that yet.

  10. complyadmin says:

    While I’ve never used a Tamron lens I’ve been interested in learning more. I’m a Sony shooter and have thought lenses such as Tamron and Sigma were considered more budget lenses and on par with the standard Sony lineup. Would be interested to hear some of your thoughts on lens quality and performance as compared to the Zeiss or Sony G lenses.

  11. Valerie says:

    I own the 28-300 f3.5-6.3. It is my all round lens and i love it. I would love a 50prime though.

  12. Dennis Wert says:

    My wife and I each have the Tamron 150-600. Outstanding value for the money.

  13. Ellen Stevens says:

    I have the 270mm and use it all the time. I also have the 60mm macro. I am thinking about the 16-300 and would like the 90mm. Don’t know how much difference there is between the 270 and the 300 to make the investment. Hope Santa sees my list!

  14. Kate says:

    I have the 18-270 and it is by far my favorite lens! So versatile and powerful. I also own the 90mm prime and love it for macro work.

  15. Priscilla Farrell says:

    I have the Tamron 18-270, the 90 mm Macro and the 10-18 wide angle. I would love a Tamron long lens.

  16. Bob Ashby says:

    I have a Tamron 180 macro and love it

  17. Fred Beiderbecke says:

    28-300, 16-300, 17-50

  18. Les Griffin says:

    Just bought Tamron 18-200 Macro.. Love it, so glad I took on board you video on what lenses you use.

  19. Donna Shields says:

    Own a Tamron 90 MM Macro lens. Wish for a Tamron 600 MM one. I enjoy taking photos of bears!

  20. I own an 18-270 and and the 200-500.

  21. Linda Patterson says:

    Tamron 60 mm f/2 Macro 1:1; Tamron 18-270 f3.5-6.3, Tamron 10-24mm 1.35-4.5 My Tamron 18-270 is my go to lens

  22. Dominique Lowitz says:

    Hi Mike, I would like to have the 16-300. I just got my first DSLR (D5300) and my only lens is a Nikon 18-140 which sometimes isn’t quite long enough!

    I have a bunch of Tamron lenses I inherited from my dad, but they are non-digital. I see that they sell an adapter to use them on a DSLR and have been curious about that. Any thoughts?

    Thank you,
    Dominique Lowitz

  23. Jeff Kaplan says:

    Mike, I currently own the Tamron 10-24mm wide, 90mm f/2.0 macro and the 16-300mm zoom. I would love the new 150-600mm tele zoom for the holidays.

  24. Kim Lenz says:

    I would love the 90mm 2.8 macro. But I doubt Santa will bring it.

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