Is Tamron 18-200 Di-II good???


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mamangrock

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:thumbsup: ??? or :thumbsd: ??? Any1 here own this lens n care 2 share ur review on it. Thought of getting this lens this monthlah :think:
 

fireframe

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Didn't they just update this to 18-250mm? ;)
 

redoxsim

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Got this lens earlier this year.
I find it extremely convenient for travel, being able to frame my photos from wide-angle to pretty good zoom in a split second without the need to change lenses.
Downside is it's very slow, and you definitely need a tripod indoors.
It's perfect for me as I travel quite a bit, hate carrying heavy lenses, and take most of my photos outdoors.
You can see the photos I've taken with it in my recent trip to Angkor.

http://redox.multiply.com/photos/album/7
 

mamangrock

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Got this lens earlier this year.
I find it extremely convenient for travel, being able to frame my photos from wide-angle to pretty good zoom in a split second without the need to change lenses.
Downside is it's very slow, and you definitely need a tripod indoors.
It's perfect for me as I travel quite a bit, hate carrying heavy lenses, and take most of my photos outdoors.
You can see the photos I've taken with it in my recent trip to Angkor.

http://redox.multiply.com/photos/album/7
Saw ur photo but i wonder why is it all kinda dark??? U edit it or is it due to d lens??? Btw nice picture :thumbsup:
 

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