FeaturesTamron introduces a new version of the famous 90mm macro lens for film and digital photography. Tamron's 90mm macro lens, often referred to as "the portrait macro" and loved by photographers all over the world, is now reborn as a Di lens that is perfect for use with both film and digital cameras. Di: Digitally Integrated Design, is a designation Tamron puts on lenses featuring optical systems designed to meet the performance characteristics of digital SLR cameras.
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Nice affordable lens for macro work
from San Diego, CA
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Comments about Tamron 90mm F/2.8 DI SP AF Macro 1:1 Lens For Canon EOS With 6-Year USA Warranty:
Lens seems to be built very well and the shots that I have taken with it so far are crisp and clear. Compared to my other lenses (Tamron 18-270 and Canon 50mm 1.8), picture quality is very good. Only downsides that I have found are the louder than average auto-focus and the lens creep while carrying when set to manual. Since I almost always shoot in manual the AF noise is of no concern and I simply switch to AF while walking to stop the lens creep.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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This proved to be the perfect gift!
By Ardent hobbyist
from New York City
I presented this lens to my daughter as a gift; it was a lens that she had been eyeing for some time but could not afford.She has indicated that she is very pleased with its performance and that it has met her every expectation. I have seen the results which are awesome --- pictures of her children and wild life.
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Tamron 90mm Macro Lens
from Atlanta, GA
I have been very pleased with the lens. Very good quality. Accurate focus. Lightweight. Typically I would purchase a Canon version, but am very pleased with the Tamron quality and clarity. Only down side is that the focusing mechanism is fairly noisy.