Tamron to announce a 15-30mm f/2.8 Di VC USD G2

RGF

How you relate to the issue, is the issue.
Jul 13, 2012
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If it is anything like the previous version, then optical quality is very good.

For astro the coma was almost non-existent.[/QUOTE]

That is good to new. I am not very family with Tamron lenses
 

tron

EOS R5
CR Pro
Nov 8, 2011
4,843
1,135
Right now I am more than full with UWA lenses. Last year I added the 16-35 2.8 III to my collection and I have been very happy with it shooting inside churches and museums.
 
Aug 7, 2018
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I bought the G1 version last year as a replacement for my Canon 17-40 f/4, which has a very low corner sharpness, and it was really a big leap forward. 15mm at f/2.8 combined with image stabilization is perfect for handheld night shots of still subjects. The large curved front element looks really nice. The lens is very big and heavy for a wide angle lens, but that is no minus for me, as I also love big and heavy cameras.

Using filters on that lens is quite complicated, but I do not use filters anyway. Software like Viveza allows you to achieve a look that used to be only possible with a polarizer in that past. Today you only need a polarizer if you want to get rid of reflections.
 

rosw

EOS R
Sep 13, 2012
33
8
Hi Guys,

Can this lens be used on Canon EOS R?

do you think there will be any lagging / slow in auto focus?

Hope to hear your thoughts

many thanks!
 
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