Tamron has turned quite a few heads in the past few years by offering lenses that significantly undercut the prices of first-party options while still offering impressive performance and image quality. One such lens is the new 35-150mm f/2-2.8 Di III VXD, and this great video review takes a look at what you can expect from it in practice.
Coming to you from Julia Trotti, this awesome video review takes a look at the Tamron 35-150mm f/2-2.8 Di III VXD lens. It used to be that zoom lenses almost never went below f/2.8, but we have recently seen lens designs pushed to a new level, such as in this lens or Canon's highly impressive 28-70mm f/2L. I have had the Canon for a while now, and it has so successfully blurred the line between prime and zoom that I can't imagine myself ever going back to carrying a few primes given the massive increase in versatility and convenience, both coupled with impressive image quality. Tamron's lens seems to follow a similar vein, offering what is arguably an even more convenient focal length range. Check out the video above for Trotti's full thoughts on the lens.
It’s your second link to Youtube about this lens in 4 days.
Same Youtube video? If not, why moan about it? It's an unusual lens of very keen interest to folks who are not you.
Do I moan? Does it make sense crying about my comment?
Yes, you're moaning. Just don't watch the video if you're not interested. Jeez.
It’s your second comment about me moaning in 1 day.
Given your professed disinterest, we really have to wonder about your motivation for making a stink about it. Why don't you, you know, go elsewhere?
Who told you about professional disinterest?
You seem to think that two links in 4 days is too many. Why? I assumed your first post was a complaint. Was I wrong?
I still keep silence about 4 links on Tamron 28-70/2.8 from the same author…
Oops. Not any more.
These were the links about the same product posted twice in the span of 4 days.
As an event shooter, I find this lens far more appealing than almost any other zoom available. I decided against it when I learned the aperture is only f2.8 at 85mm. I went the other way and replaced my 85/1.8 and 35/1.8 with f1.4 versions. While this zoom looks like a good option for some event shooters, I often find myself in dim environments where the primes' larger apertures are a distinct advantage. So, not for me, but a very intriguing zoom, nonetheless.
I 2nd shot a wedding yesterday and this lens would have been perfect.