Tamron 70-300mm f/4-5.6 DI LD Macro Lens Review
Tamron 70-300mm f/4-5.6 DI LD Macro Lens On a DX-format digital SLRs, this lens is equivalent to a 105-450mm on a 35mm format SLR camera.
lack of vibration control – VR.
It’s not this ultra-sharp lens, you need to be careful and patient to use this lens.
Minimum focusing distance is 95cm / 37.4″ in macro mode, so if you are taking photos of bees or insect you can stay a little bit away.
This lens has macro from 180mm to 300mm.
D 5-Pin Autofocus Lens For Nikon.
This lens has similar auto-focus pin system as the Nikon D lenses have, meaning this lens will not work on Nikon D3000 and D5000 camera Series (Manual focus only).
For auto-focus to work on this lens you need to have Nikon camera that has the built-in autofocus motor.
You need to set the aperture ring to f/32 for auto-focus to work.
Low light Test.
I can not recommend using this lens in low light, I only use this lens on sunny days with tripod and speed-light.
long exposure photography.
This lens is okay for long exposure photography good contrast and sharpness.
This lens has decent bokeh effect when used right.
This lens flares a little bit.
Conclusion and recommendation.
I Only use this lens on a sunny day with a tripod for maximum result.
Usually very cheap, good lens to start with if you are not sure what lens focal length you are after.
On a DX format digital SLRs this lens is equivalent to a 105-450mm on a 35mm format SLR camera.