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stevebon
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Tamrom Zoom lenses 18-250 and 18-270 IS
« on: July 30, 2009, 02:10:54 PM »

Hello

Bob:  Any particular reason that either of these two Tamron lenses has not made it to your "lens List"?

Anyone:  Do you have opinions about either of these two lenses?

I use the 18-250 on a canon 50D and I think I have good results from it.  I am an amateur - I shoot a lot of grandchildren at sports as well as scenics.  For the most part, I'm happy with it.  I'm thinking of getting the 18-270 IS soon [for the Image Stabilization and for the extra "reach" at the telephoto end]. 

Thanks

stevebon
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Qwagmire
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Re: Tamrom Zoom lenses 18-250 and 18-270 IS
« Reply #1 on: September 08, 2009, 10:46:07 AM »

I had the 28-300 VC version and it was good for what it was.  A fairly inexpensive 10X zoom.  It took some really good pictures, and I cant fault it because I had the 40D on the green dot and was playing tourist with the wife and kids.   And its $2000+ cheaper and about 3 pounds lighter than the Canon L version.
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