Tamron SP AF 70-200mm F/2.8 Di LD (IF) Macro Lens For Nikon
- Magnification 0.32x
- Angle of View 34° - 12°
- Telephoto Zoom Lens
- Min Focus Distance 3.12'
- Reproduction Ratio 1:3
The SP AF 70-200mm F2.8 Di LD (IF) Macro is Tamron's most recent lens, declared toward the end of February 2008. A quick telephoto zoom for the more spending plan cognizant picture taker, the outline highlights 19 components on 16 bunches, including three Low Dispersion (LD) glass components for minimizing chromatic variation.
Tamron say the lens is 'stuffed with elements that permit sans stress photography', and in like manner these are demonstrated by the plenty of initials pressed into that horrendously extended lens name. "SP" assigns this to be an individual from Tamron's top-line 'Unique Performance' range, "Di" demonstrates that it is 'Digitally Integrated' (i.e. upgraded for DSLR use, yet at the same time covering the full-outline 35mm organization), and IF uncovers that it fuses an interior centering instrument.
At last the "Large scale" depiction give some insight to one of this present lens' all the more fascinating qualities, a base centering separation of 0.95m, which prompts a class-driving multiplication proportion of 0.32x; marginally in front of the Sigma identical's 1m/0.28x, and fundamentally superior to the ~1.5m more normal of this class.
Di (Digitally Integrated Design) is a designation Tamron puts on lenses featuring optical systems designed to meet the performance characteristics of digital SLR cameras. Features like LD glass elements and Internal Focusing put this lens in the same category as the much bigger and more expensive professional Tamron lenses.
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