Product Code: AF061M700

Tamron 28-300MM LENS (Sony / Minolta) F3.5-6.3 XR Di AF Lens

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Manufacturer Code: AF061M700
725211067122 UPC : 725211067122
Brand:  Tamron
RRP: 668.93267.43Inc VAT 20%You Save:  401.50

(Tamron -Sony / Minolta) Tamron 28-300mm F3.5-6.3 XR Di AF Lens

Tamron 28-300mm XR Di lens is highly evaluated by photographers in their reviews. It delivers high image quality with the virtue of Di (Digitally Integrated) Design. The lens has improved lens multi-coating that covers all of the benefits of the original, with enhancement to further reduce the ghosting and flare caused by aberrations.

Tamron 28-300mm XR Di lens offers angles of view of a 10.7 x zoom lens with digital SLR cameras. It provides an impressive angle of view equal to 465 mm (approx) ultra telephoto, when used with a digital camera and enables you to enjoy creative composition of images at the 28 mm wide angle setting when used with a 35 mm film camera. Tamron 28-300mm lens employs superior optical system for sharp and high contrast images in different situations. The lens incorporation (High Refractive Lens) for correction of chromatic aberrations.

Specifications (Tamron -Sony /Minolta) Tamron 28-300mm F3.5-6.3 XR Di AF Lens

Lens Construction 13 Groups/ 15 Elements
Angle-of-view 75-8
F stop range- Tamron 28-300mm Lens 3.5-22
Closest focusing distance- Tamron 28-300mm Lens 19.3 in.(0.49 m)
Maximum magnification 1:2.9
Filter Size - Tamron 28-300mm Lens 62 mm
Dimensions (Length x Diameter) 3.3 x 2.9 in (83.7 x 73 mm)
Weight - Tamron 28-300mm Lens 420 g (14.8 oz)
Min Aperture f22
Min Focus- Tamron 28-300mm Lens 0.49 mm
Focal Range Wide-angle, Telephoto
Lens Type Zoom
Focus Auto Focus
Lens Fit - Tamron 28-300mm Lens Sony , Minolta, Konica
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This product was added to our catalog on Monday 28 August, 2006.