- Tamron Lens Line ›
- Experience ›
- Explore ›
- Engage ›
- Express ›
Offers expanded visual perspective for sweeping landscapes, groups and confined interior spaces
Wide-angle zooms are optical jewels that render a broadened view, horizontally and vertically. Essential—particularly when the photographer's shooting position is restricted. Often used to create expansive land and streetscapes and invaluable for capturing the essence of tight interior spaces, wide-angle perspective cannot be expanded after-the-fact with image editing. Favored by nature, architectural, fine art and real estate photographers, wide-angle zooms render fresh and otherwise unachievable perspectives.
Maximum reach for dynamic images of action, wildlife, people and more
These long-focal-length lenses are optimized for high magnification to capture fine detail in distant subjects. Essential tools for capturing compelling images of wildlife, team sports, motorsports, concerts, events or any situation where access and/or personal safety prohibit closing the distance between the camera and the subject. Additionally, skillful use of telephoto lenses can produce striking environmental portraits.
Tamron Di-II lenses are engineered expressly for digital SLR cameras with image sensors commonly referred to as APS-C, measuring approximately 24mm x 16mm. Rendering an ideal image circle for APS-C sensors, Di-II lenses also include properties to optimize digital imaging performance. Rely on Tamron Di lenses for use with DSLRs featuring larger full frame (36mm x 24mm) sensors or 35mm film SLRs.
Tamron Di lenses designed for digital SLR cameras.
Optical/Mechanical Feature Key
|Internal Focusing||Aspherical||Digitally Integrated Design|
|Anomalous Dispersion||Extra Refractive Index Glass||Lenses for Digital SLR Cameras Only|
|Extra Low Dispersion Lens Element||AD-Hybrid Aspherical||Lenses for mirrorless interchangeable-lens cameras only|
|Filter Effect Control||High-performance Specifications||Zoom-Lock Mechanism|
|LD-Hybrid Aspherical||Vibration Compensation||AF/MF Switchover Mechanism|
|Ultrasonic Silent Drive||Low Dispersion||Piezo Drive|