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Tamron A005S SP AF 70-300mm F/4-5.6 Di USD Telephoto zoom lens for Sony/Minolta A-Mount
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|Dimensions||14.3 cm x 14.3 cm x 8.2 cm||14.3 cm x 8.1 cm x 8.1 cm||11.7 cm x 7.9 cm x 7.9 cm||7.7 cm x 12.2 cm x 7.7 cm|
|Item Weight||767 g||767 g||458 g||549 g|
|Mounting||sony, minolta||canon||Sony alpha / Konica-Minolta||Sony/Minoltabayonet|
In the pursuit to achieve the most outstanding image resolution in the 70-300mm class, Tamron’s Anniversary lens - the SP AF70-300mm F4-5.6 Di USD - utilises an advanced optical design that features a LD (Low Dispersion) and an XLD (Extra Low Dispersion) lens element made from specialised materials that prevent chromatic aberration. As a result, the SP AF70-300mm F4-5.6 Di USD boasts sharp contrast and great descriptive performance.
In addition, it is the first Tamron lens to include a USD (Ultrasonic Silent Drive), Tamron’s very own ultrasonic auto-focus drive mechanism. This USD mechanism delivers fast focusing, making it a perfect telephoto zoom choice for photographing sports, racing, or other fast-moving subjects.
Tamron 70-300mm USD Lens
A great lens - pin sharp images and very fast AF. So much better than my old minolta beercan 70 - 300mmPublished 2 months ago by Stewart Evans
Just getting to grips with this lens but seems to work well still need to practice on this to get the full potential but a great upgradePublished 5 months ago by S. Strowbridge
Very impressed with this lens. I have some wonderful photos even though I've only just started using it, and I'm an amateur photographer . Pin sharp, immaculate photos. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Sarah
Really made up with this lens ,the difference to the £100 lens is unreal.
Quality is a litle heavy but it feels solid .
I use this lens with a Sony A58 and it's a great combination. The auto focus is accurate and silent which is great for shooting wildlife. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Andy Cope