Tamron 70-300mm F4-5.6 Di AF Macro 1:2 Lens For Minolta & Sony

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Manufacturer Code: AF017M700
725211177128 UPC : 725211177128
Brand:  Tamron
RRP: 149.0089.00Inc VAT 20%You Save:  60.00
Tamron 70-300mm F4-5.6 AF Macro LD 1:2 Lens For Minolta and Sony
Tamron 70-300mm Di LD AF Macro lens is an outstanding telephoto zoom lens by Tamron which is designed and manufactured using high quality glass materials. This new lens has excellent optical combination. Due to having distant objects with more detail makes it popular among the professional enthusiast and photographers. High resolution optics used in manufacturing allowing to yield stunning resulting images with greater contrast. Light weight and compact size combined with Digital Integrated Design (Di).

Tamron corporation used special compression effects in Tamron 70-300 mm f/4-5.6 Di AF Macro lens that provides beautifully blurred backgrounds to highlight the main subject in portraiture. Just click on macro-photography switch and enjoy close-up photography with in the focal length range from 180mm to 300mm. The optical system incorporates Low Dispersion (LD) lens which are constructed using special glass materials. LD lens results in brighter and sharp images free of chromatic aberration. Tamron AF LD Di 70-300 mm lenses are coated with new Internal Surface Coatings applied on all glass surfaces which reduces the glare and ghosting. It gathers more light and producing brighter crisp and clear images which remains true to life.

Features-Tamron 70-300mm 1:2 f/4-5.6 Di LD AF Macro Lens (Minolta & Sony)

Compact, light weight and portable
Telephoto zoom lens suitable for capturing sports events, birds and wildlife activities
Di - Digitally Integrated Design series lens which is compatible with Minolta and Sony Cameras
True macro photography with telephoto effect giving maximum magnification ratio of 1:2
Minimum focusing distance upto 150cm (1.5m) in normal mode and 95cm (0.95m) in macro mode
LD (Low Dispersion) lens to deliver images free of chromatic aberrations
Improved multi-layer coatings
9-blades circular diaphragm
Easy to get close up shots of small objects like flowers and insects with macro photography
Precise and fast auto focusing ability
Provided with lens hood and front/back lens caps

Specifications-Tamron 70-300mm f4-5.6 AF Di LD Macro Lens (Minolta & Sony)

Manufactured Tamron Corporation
Filter Size 2.5 inches (62mm)
Lens Construction 13 elements in 9 groups
Minimum Focusing Distance (Normal Mode) 1.5m (59.0")
Minimum Focusing Distance (Macro Mode) 0.95m (37.4")
Maximum Magnification 1:2
Diaphragm Blades 9
Minimum Aperture F/32
Code (Manufacturer) AF017M700
Focal Length (Range) 70 to 300 mm
Max. Aperture F/4-5.6
Diagonal-(Angle of View) 84.21 - 8.15
Horizontal-(Angle of View) 28.51 - 6.52
Vertical-(Angle of View) 19.16 - 4.21
Coatings (Lens Glass Surfaces) Internal Surface Coatings
Type of Lens Zoom
Range Telephoto Lens
Compatible Minolta and Sony Digital Cameras
Autofocus Yes
Length-Tamron 70-300mm F4-5.6 4.8 inches (117.5 mm)
Max. Diameter 77mm
Weight 435 g (1 lb)

Kit Content
Tamron 70-300mm F4-5.6 Di LD AF 1:2 Macro Lens for Minolta and Sony Cameras
Front and Back Lens Caps
Lens hood
Instruction manual

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Customer Reviews on Tamron 70-300mm F4-5.6 Di AF Macro 1:2 Lens For Minolta & Sony
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Review by ,    ,    Customer Rating:   5 of 5 Stars!

Best price for product - delivered extremly quickly and fantastic advice over the phone it has been a pleasure buying from you! Have not tested product fully yet but far superior to the standard 18 - 55mm lens which is not really suitable for shooting outside because you can never get close enough to the subject - this lens solves that porblem! Simply switch back to standard lens for indoor shooting - I will buy from microglobe again thanks!

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This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 05 August, 2006.