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  • World’s smallest as well as lightest 28-300mm lens (June 2004)
  • 28-300mm focal length
  • f/3.5-6.3 limit aperture
  • XR (Extra Refractive Index) glass
  • Multipurpose lens for Nikon 35mm movie as well as digital SLRs; macro to telephoto ranges

Product Description
28-300mm f/3.5-6.3 XR Di LD Aspherical (IF) Macro Tamron wizz lens * in effect focal length: * 28-300mm with 35mm movie or full-frame digital cameras * 44-465mm with APS-C sensor cameras * concordant with Nikon digital as well as movie SLR cameras with F mountain * primer concentration usually with Nikon D40, D40x, as well as D60 SLR models * Extra Refractive Index potion for the compact, lightweight pattern * low-dispersion potion as well as hybrid aspherical potion elements for higher picture peculiarity * inner focusing * smallest concentration distance: 19.3 in. *

Tamron AF 28-300mm f/3.5-6.3 XR Di LD Aspherical Macro Ultra Zoom Lens for Nikon Digital SLR Cameras



5 Reviews

  1. Neo says:

    This lens is not for someone who has been doing pro photography. It is best suited lens for amateurs on a budget. It covers a great range is built well and produces great results. I used this lens for couple of years and gifted it to someone and is still doing a great job.
    I would say if you are on a budget and have to buy a good telephoto lens, please go ahead.

    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. 4Write Now says:

    I have to say after using this lens for a month that I’m glad I ended up with it. I wanted a lens that would give me a range of options, and that is what this lens has…I can use it for macro or for wider views. I have a prime 50mm lens for portrait purposes, but I wanted something that could be used as a walkabout. The quality of the photos is good…(although in dimmer light, I do up the ISO on my
    D300, which is okay as the D300 does fine with higher ISO).

    There is a bit of search for focus on the longer end of the lens…If you are shooting birds, that can be annoying, plus it makes a noise…but over all…I can work with it.

    I do recommend this lens for someone who wants a deal (price wise), but good quality.

    Rating: 4 / 5

  3. D. Smith says:

    Love the versatility of this lens, being able to go out with just one lens attached is just great imo. The depth of field is nice, as is the focal range. Ok so the auto focus is a little slow, but for the price I paid, I can live with that. Some reviewers have complained about the plastic mount on this lens, but it’s not that bad. I mean the idea is to not be constantly switching between lenses right?, therefore you shouldn’t have to put too much stress on the mount right?
    What do you want for the money? it’s cheaper than the Nikon lens for goodness sake, and considerably lighter! Overall the Tamron is a great all purpose walk around lens. Get one if your on a budget, you won’t be disappointed with the range or the image quality it produces.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  4. Nate H. says:

    It is a very good lens for the price. There’s only one thing keeping it from getting five stars – I find the focus to be a little slower than I would like, but for the price it’s a sacrifice I’m willing to make. Overall, I would buy it again without thinking twice.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  5. Valente Riolo says:

    I was really hesitant to buy this lens since I’m on a major budget after springing for a Nikon D700 but I must say, I am pleasantly surprised. I’ve had Tamron lenses in the past and never really like their glass but this one – although not the sharpest on the planet, delivers a very, very decent image for a 28-300 zoom lens. I think the FX factor may have something to do with it. It seems the D700 can do no wrong. Of course, it takes a little PS to bring out some real quality, but I tweak everything I shoot anyway. This is a good walkaround lens and seems solid enough for the price and 6 year warranty. Tamron was giving a $50 rebate so I only paid $250 for it. Such a bargain – and with this economy, “BARGAIN” is the key word. I also own a Sigma 12-24 and a Nikon 50mm F1.8. Tack sharp prime but have a feeling this lens may find a semi-permanent home on the D700.
    Rating: 4 / 5

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