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Stock Notice: Tamron 35-150mm F/2.8-4 Di VC OSD at Adorama

Adorama has stock of the brand new Tamron 35-150mm F/2.8-4 Di VC OSD lens for the Canon EF mount.

Key Features:

  • Fast F/2.8 aperture at the wide-angle end while maintaining a bright F/4 at the telephoto end.
  • MOD (Minimum Object Distance) is 17.7 in across the entire zoom range.
  • LD (Low Dispersion) glass elements and aspherical lenses quash degrading optical aberrations.
  • incorporates the Dual MPU (Micro-Processing Unit) system which assures optimal AF performance
  • Lens Mount: Canon EOS
  • Zoom Focal Length: 35-150mm
  • Image Stabilization Type: Yes (VC)
  • Lens Format: Full Frame

Tamron 35-150mm F/2.8-4 Di VC OSD $799 at Adorama


Canon 40D & 7D
Sep 9, 2014
I think Tamron lenses in general, for what you get, are the best bang for the buck. At least in 3rd party manufacturers that make autofocusing lenses. And Tamron lenses usually have VC.

They have their autofocus and VC stuff dialed in over there - at least with all of their newer lenses and in particular their SP line. I think a few areas where they excelled Sigma in the last few years are in Out-of-the-box autofocus performance, weather-sealing on most all of their lenses, and VC in most of their line-up as well. And then in the introduction of their Dock device. Sigma has of late (last 4-6 lenses) finally gotten much, much better in their autofocusing consistency with Canon bodies. And they've finally gotten on board with weather-sealing too. Their Sport line has always had it but now they are finally starting to include it in their Art series too...

Great time to be a photographer...


6D & a bunch of crazy primes
Jul 28, 2010
Wow, Tamron really hit the nail on the head with this one.
I can't wait to see the reviews; if it's as good as my 85mm f/1.8 VC...

I imagine they picked 35mm for the wide end as I suppose it's possible to accomplish in EF mount without a retrofocus design.


Oct 30, 2014
I wish it were just a little bit wider. 35 is just not quite enough to be a general travel lens. I’d prefer 24 or even 28.
As it stands, I’ll stick to the 24-105 for my one lens solution.