Tamron SP 150-600mm f/5-6.3 Di USD for Sony, Canon, Nikon £699 @ Park Cameras
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Tamron SP 150-600mm f/5-6.3 Di USD for Sony, Canon, Nikon £699 @ Park Cameras

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Found 11th Dec 2015
heads-up for the Tamron 150-600 for sony, canon & nikon @ £699 from Park cameras
use code "TAMRON-SAVE-100" to get this price.
they also throw in a free lens case too

When purchasing your Tamron lens at Park Cameras, not only will you receive genuine UK stock but through our status as a Tamron Super Stockist we are pleased to offer a 5 year warranty on all Tamron lenses purchased at Park Cameras.
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That's a good deal!
Same price at Amazon for the Sony version
Good deal for a 600mm.
sparklehedgehog

Same price at Amazon for the Sony version



yes, but Park throw in this bag free
Can this be use on canon d70?or for which slr around £700 would make s very good set?
Thanks
Hardawan

Can this be use on canon d70?or for which slr around £700 would make s … Can this be use on canon d70?or for which slr around £700 would make s very good set?Thanks



If you mean the canon 70D, then yes the canon version of this lens will fit. The lens can actually be used on both full frame or crop sensors.
Wow that's a good price for what is already a good value lens.

I'd pick one up if I had the cash. I went through several copies of the mk1 Canon 100-400mm and couldn't find one that was decent at the long end so I gave up and settled on a Canon 70-300L. Then about 2 years later this lens came out! I would have definitely got this instead, I've tried two copies and they were both better at 400mm than any of the Canon's I tried. I'm often tempted to sell the 70-300 and get one of these.

This is a really cracking lens for the price, right up there with the best copies of the Canon 100-400 mk1 at 400mm and you get an additional 200 mm reach. Admittedly the sharpness falls off slightly when you get to 600mm but it's still very usable and sharpnens right up if you close the aperture a little.

Going by the reviews this lens is competitive with good copies of the Canon 100-400 mk1 and Sony 70-400mm, better than the Sigma 150-600 "C" version but not as good as the Sigma 150-600mm "S" version. I think it's the best price/performance ratio of the lot.
Edited by: "fatdeeman" 11th Dec 2015
Must be wider offer or price matching. £699 at Jessops too - with free case.
Bought this lens at the NEC photography show this year, haggled down to £800 from £850, top lens even on my aging canon 60D - canon crop equivalent of 240-960mm, Nikon 225-900mm.
mattogr4m

Bought this lens at the NEC photography show this year, haggled down to … Bought this lens at the NEC photography show this year, haggled down to £800 from £850, top lens even on my aging canon 60D - canon crop equivalent of 240-960mm, Nikon 225-900mm.



For completeness, it's 225 to 900 on a Sony crop sensor
It gets all round good reviews, the only feedback I had from a forum member on dyxum.com was that he had sent his back for calibration test as it wasn't as sharp as he expected at the long end, and it was returned as checked ok and within tolerance, but I guess that's ok so long as your camera body has lens micro adjust and you can tweak it a little.
Heads-up before offer ends tonight - stock still available for a 150-600mm Tamron lens.
I was interested in this at first but seeing how big the thing is makes it unlikely to be used much .
Started me looking at superzooms again.
zzzz

I was interested in this at first but seeing how big the thing is makes … I was interested in this at first but seeing how big the thing is makes it unlikely to be used much .Started me looking at superzooms again.



not that big .....really
https://i.ytimg.com/vi/z9lkrsj194o/maxresdefault.jpg
That's the review that showed me how big this thing is ! !
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