Subject: Re: Tamron wants to thank you for being a loyal buyer
On 12/27/2017 4:23 PM, nospam wrote:
> In article<firstname.lastname@example.org>, PeterN
> <"peter,newdelete"@deleteverizon.net> wrote:
>>>> Do they have four worth having?
>> Which ones.
> 90mm macro is a classic, with outstanding image quality. highly
> recommended. the newer version is stabilized, while purists prefer the
> 180mm macro also a classic and also highly recommended.
> 28-75mm is inexpensive and excellent for the price, especially for aps.
> 200-500mm is also excellent.
Compared to what. Produce your own test images, not those of someone who
may very well be a shill.
My Cord was a classic, just before I totaled it..
> they also have some duds. the 200-400mm is not very good.
>> Some of the guys in my CC have them, and are satisfied. One
>> was really thrilled with his Tamron 70-200, until I lent him my Nikon.
> it's also less expensive than the nikon version.
>> The cost of a Tamron is considerably less than a Tamron with the same
>> focal length and max aperture.
> so you say.
No that was a typo. I meant a fixed focal length lens made by Tamron is
less expensive than a fixed focal length Canon or Nikon, if both have
the same aperture.
> i'm quite sure the prices are much closer than you think, most likely
> the same.
>> A couple of the guys have APS C cameras,
> only a couple? it must be a small camera club.
>> And find them great for travel.
> what about the ones who stay home?
You are being your usual argumentative asshole. The best job for you
would be counting crowds at Trump rallies.
>> I personally the 150-600, and for focus tracking it felt slower than my
>> 80-400. At Photo-Expo last year, I had a discussion with the Tamron
>> sales reps, who finally agreed that it was indeed slow on my D800. But
>> they insisted it worked well with the D800 earlier in the day. Yet One
>> of my friends, who shoots with a Canon, never had an issue with it.
> autofocus speeds are sometimes slower, but not overly so.
Interesting comment, considering your proven experience.
> what matters is the image quality.
Nobody in this thread said otherwise.