Product Description

    Di II: Lenses have been written for disdainful have make make make use of of of of upon digital cameras with smaller-size imagers as well as get all of the benefits of Tamron’s Di products. These lenses have been not written for 35mm movie cameras as well as digital cameras with picture sensors incomparable than 24mm x 16mm.

Tamron’s query has regularly been to have the preferred wizz lens. As the outcome of this ongoing challenge, you have introduced the judgment of the high-power wizz lens in the brand new AF18-200mm XR Di II for disdainful have make make make use of of of of with digital SLRs. Tamron’s strange growth of disdainful core technologies such as Aspherical component production, Multiple Cam Mechanism as well as Integrated Focus Cam pattern lend to the origination of the world’s lightest, many compress 11.1X wizz lens done for digital SLR cameras.

The 18-200mm (28-300 when converted to 35mm) provides the digital photographer with the flexibility of the loyal far-reaching to ultra tele wizz in an amazingly easy to have make make make use of of of of design.

Tamron produces tall performance, peculiarity selection lenses utilizing the ultimate visual speculation as well as technology. Tamron’s tall magnification wizz lenses, which have been pronounced to be quite severe technically, have perceived vicious commend internationally for their innovative record as well as have been comparison for many prestigious awards. Tamron’s technical value has additionally been famous worldwide for macro lenses, far-reaching point of perspective lenses as well as telephoto lenses.

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Designed for disdainful have make make make use of of of of upon Pentax digital SLR cameras with smaller-size imagers, this Tamron AF 18-200mm f/3.5-6.3 Di-II aspherical macro wizz lens is preferred for the horde of situations. The high-power wizz lens–which offers an homogeneous focal length of 28-300mm in 35mm format–adds flexibility to your lens menu, zooming from the loyal far-reaching viewpoint to an ultra tele zoom, all in an amazingly easy-to-use design. As the result, the lens is preferred for all from landscape shots to sports as well as wildlife photography. The lens additionally incorporates multiform of Tamron’s disdainful core technologies, together with aspherical elements which minimize chromatic aberration, the mixed cam mechanism, as well as an integrated concentration cam design. The technologies mix to emanate the world’s lightest, many compress 11.1x digital wizz lens. Other facilities embody an point of perspective of perspective of 75 to 7 degrees, the smallest focusing stretch of 17.7 inches, as well as the 62mm filter diameter. All Tamron lenses lift the six-year warranty.

Note: The Tamron AF 18-200mm f/3.5-6.3 XR Di-II wizz lens is not written for required cameras or digital cameras with picture sensors incomparable than 24mm x 16mm.


  • Focal length: 18-200mm
  • Maximum aperture: f/3.5-6.3
  • Lens construction: fifteen elements in thirteen groups
  • Angle of view: 75 to 7 degrees
  • Type of zooming: Rotation
  • Diaphragm blades: 7
  • Minimum aperture: f/22
  • Minimum focusing distance: 17.7 inches
  • Macro magnification ratio: 1:3.7 (at f=200mm)
  • Filter size: 62mm
  • Corresponding mounts: Pentax
  • Lens hood: Yes, flowering plant made
  • Dimensions: 2.9 inches in hole as well as 3.3 inches prolonged
  • Weight: fourteen ounces
  • Warranty: 6 years

Tamron AF 18-200mm f/3.5-6.3 XR Di II LD Aspherical Macro Zoom Lens for Pentax Digital SLR Cameras

5 Reviews

  1. J. Schmitt says:

    di II lenses are excellent. For anyone considering a new Digital SLR camera, I recommend buying “Body Only” and add a Tamron 18-200 to your shopping cart.

    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. J. Conway says:

    This lens is on my Pentax K100 super and does a good job. It is not the quietest lens on the market but not bad either.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  3. photonut says:

    Super flexability in very little space !! 2 or 3 normal lenses all in one — best buy I’ve seen in long time !
    Rating: 5 / 5

  4. William A. Miller says:

    I received my Pentax K10D for Christmas in 2007. It came with the Pentax 18-55mm lens. I like telephoto capabilites, so, I purchased a Tamron 70-300. Both lenses work well for their basic function. On a recent vacation, I was attempting to photograph a stage play from the audience position. The 55mm was too short and the 70 was too close to frame the pictures I wanted. When the 18-200 was announced, I put it on my Christmas list in 2009.
    My first experience with the 18-200 was at an event in the multi-purpose room at my grandsons elementary school. I took many pictures of the event without flash. The only disadvantage I can name is that you must accept longer exposure times due to the lens speed for indoor lighting. Outdoors, I have had no issue with the lens speed taking pictures of the grandkids playing at the park.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  5. Skibum says:

    This is a great lens and I am extremely pleased with the results I am getting. Sharpness and clarity are on par with the more expenses lenses made for the high end cameras(I compared mine with a Nikon D80 18-200mm).

    I bought it because it is such a hassel to carry a lot of lenses. Changing lens carries the risk of getting dirt and lint inside the camera body. If tiny particles get on the mirror, they will show up in the pic and have to be removed with a computer. Even though I have a Pentax K10D, I simply did not want to take that risk. The lens hood is a bit cumbersome to put on, bit I solved that with a rubber collapsable hood. I don’t think that problem should take away a star.

    Another great feature about this lens, when using manual focus, it flashes little red “dots” when you go past the correct focus point. After discovering that feature, most of my shooting is done manually, except for fast action stuff and moving objects. Macro and scenery are all manual now.Pentax K10D 10.2MP Digital SLR Camera with Shake Reduction and 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 Lens
    Rating: 5 / 5

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