Tamron's superzoom extends from 18mm to a 270mm, giving the lens an impressive 15x zoom range...
Tamron's lens looks more like a Nikkor than a Canon thanks to a profile that is more conic than cylindrical...
A well-designed lens that produces cracking results on both full-frame and APS-C bodies...
Excellent ergonomics and a fast f/2 aperture makes this a serious third-party macro option
This budget superzoom option boasts close focusing and low-dispersion glass, but what do we think of it overall?
Designed for APS-C cameras but with a pro-spec build quality, this sub-£500 optic is a good update to an already popular lens
Does this Tamron superzoom sacrifice quality in order to keep the overall cost down, or is it a bargain? The Tamron 18-250mm f/3.5-6.3 DI-ll (IF) LD Macro lens review from WDC reveals all.
How far does the the flagship Tamron 18-270mm f/3.5-6.3 DI-II (IF) LD VC Macro Aspherical lens build on the promise of the earlier 18-250mm model, and does it make the extra £100 a worthwhile...
After Tamron’s ambitious 10-24mm wideangle zoom produced inconsistent MTF results in a previous WDC test, we decided a re-test was in order to see whether our test lens was a one-off. This, then,...
As Tamron’s macro has a focal length of 90mm rather than 100mm or 105mm, the lens has to be slightly closer than would otherwise be the case to record a true macro (1:1) image.
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