cheap second lens Tamron 55‑200mm f4‑5.6 Di ll Macro for just £50 (£55.00 delivered) Nikon AF and CANON EOS fits (Refurbished) @ Cameraworld
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cheap second lens Tamron 55‑200mm f4‑5.6 Di ll Macro for just £50 (£55.00 delivered) Nikon AF and CANON EOS fits (Refurbished) @ Cameraworld

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Found 12th May 2014
A 55-200mm lens for just £55 delivered!

RRP £125
£90.62 at Amazon

okay it doesn't has I.S or VR but its a low price and hopefully will be useful for some people with tripods.

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Perfect Second Lens

This is a telephoto zoom for exclusive use on digital SLR cameras that covers the focal length range equivalent to 85-310mm when converted to a 35mm format. The lens will allow owners of digital SLRs fitted with standard zoom lenses to enjoy with ease the professional-looking “pulling” and “compression” effects particular to telephoto lenses.

Lightweight and Compact Design

Thanks to Optical System for Exclusive Use on Digital Cameras. Since the optical system is designed for exclusive use on digital cameras, the image circle is smaller, resulting in a compact package measuring 83.0mm (3.3”), accepting a 52mm standard filter and weighing a mere 300 grams (10.6oz.)*.

*Values given are the lens for Nikon AF cameras.

Revolutionary Minimum Focus

Distance of 0.95m (37.4”) for 1:3.5 Macro Capability over the Entire Zoom Range. The new 55-200mm zoom lens realizes an MFD (Minimum Focus Distance) of 0.95m (37.4”) over the entire zoom range, the top level of the closest focusing distance among tele-zoom lenses. Since the maximum magnification ratio at f=200mm is 1:3.5, you can enjoy easy and convenient close-up photography.

*The Maximum Magnification Ratio of 1:3.5 is equivalent to 1:2.3 when converted to 35mm film format.

Nine-blade Diaphragm Construction for Natural Out-of-focus Effect.

Since the lens employs a nine-blade almost circular diaphragm construction, it provides naturally blurred background effects when a natural out-of-focus effect is desired. Such effects are done by using the shallow depth of field of a telephoto lens or in close-up photography, exploiting the outstanding specifications of 0.95m MFD over the entire zoom range and 1:3.5 maximum magnification ratio.

The Tamron AF 55-200mm F/4-5.6 Di ll LD MACRO uses a new optical system which is optimized for digital SLR's. The Tamron AF 55-200mm F/4-5.6 Di ll LD MACRO is not designed for use with 35mm film cameras or digital SLR cameras with image sensors larger than 24mm x 16mm.

A Telephoto Zoom Designed for Exclusive Use with Digital SLR Cameras.

For photographers who bought their digital SLR camera in a kit with a standard zoom lens but are dissatisfied with the telephoto capability of the standard lens, the new Tamron AF 55-200mm F/4-5.6 Di II LD MACRO offers a desirable telephoto zoom range at an affordable price as a second lens. The Tamron AF 55-200mm F/4-5.6 Di ll LD MACRO is ideal for many photographic opportunities including sporting events, scenery and portraiture. *Di (Digitally integrated)-II lenses are designed for exclusive use on digital cameras with smaller-size imagers.

11 Comments

no focus motor?

There are far, far better APS-C telephoto lenses available but this is a really great price for what it is.

Messiah

no focus motor?

It has one. Focus ring looks tiny and really awkward to use

The AF motor is slow and noisy. I've got one of these.. Good lens, but as op mentioned; can't be used as primary lens.
Edited by: "krishhh" 12th May 2014

Got exact same lens from CEX for £35. Definitely not a primary lens, I hardly ever use it, the Focus Ring is indeed tiny, can just about get a grip with your fingers.

Cheeky to ask, but does it have a plastic or metal mount?

No more Nik mount left, only Canon

I had this lens years ago, if you get a good one it takes some lovely sharp images, great for someone starting out or on a budget

*puts hand up* n00b question but will this fit a Canon EOS M without an adaptor? And would I be right in saying it would offer significantly better zoom than the 18-55mm lens that came with it? Thanks for any help!

jk80

*puts hand up* n00b question but will this fit a Canon EOS M without an … *puts hand up* n00b question but will this fit a Canon EOS M without an adaptor? And would I be right in saying it would offer significantly better zoom than the 18-55mm lens that came with it? Thanks for any help!




I'm no expert but I think You'll need the EF-M lens mount.

regarding lens
uk.answers.yahoo.com/que…Jld

You will need an adapter
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