The 70-200mm lens from Tamron also sports a fast constant aperture of f/2.8. It sports moisture resistant construction, and is capable of producing sharp images hand held at lower shutter speeds thanks to Vibration Compensation technology. It has low distortion and an excellent build quality, making it a must-have lens for those that need far reach.
This 90mm macro lens has gained an enviable reputation for optical quality, along with value for money. It incorporates Vibration Compensation, as well as silent internal focusing with full time manual override. As well as moisture sealed construction and a newly developed lens coating to help to suppress ghosting and flare, it has a completely new optical design. With excellent sharpness throughout the range in the centre, and low distortion, this lens is hard to beat.
This lens in the popular 24-70mm range offers Vibration Compensation, something that other manufacturers of lenses missed out. It also has an ultrasonic focusing motor, enabling it to provide quick focussing speeds. With good sharpness, good value and good build quality, this will no doubt prove to be a great all-round lens for many photographers.
The 60mm macro has become somewhat of a classic in terms of Tamron lenses. This offering features a wide f/2 optic, making the lens very desirable indeed. It has a full time manual function feature, and can be used for a wide range of subjects. This 60mm optic features good performance and excellent value for money.
The Tamron AF 18-270mm f/3.5-6.3 Di II VC PZD has a lightweight, compact design which makes it the lens perfect for travel, especially when paired with a more compact DSLR body. It features Vibration Compensation and a quick, silent focussing mechanism. During testing it proved itself more than capable of delivering excellent quality results.