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Tamron AF 70-300mm F/4-5.6 Di LD Macro 1:2 Nikon+Motor £99 @ Amazon
Found 2nd OctFound 2nd Oct
AF70-300mm F/4-5.6 Di LD Macro 1:2 Compact top tele-zoom lens with macro 1:2 function. A high mechanical quality combined with excellent optical qualities are the characteristic … Read more

No wots that? I am a wear of spill chicken but eye nevar uus it. I'm impressing me no end!


You are aware of auto correct right? Don’t be ‘that guy’ Clint, you’ll not impress on anyone.


You can get it on lease? How much? How mature are you?


Agreed, but with the well reviewed Nikon VR 'discounted to £257 on Amazon UK, I think £144 speaks for itself.


Well. It's not really the same price. But vr lenses are always a bit more expensive.

Tamron AF 28-75mm f/2.8 Constant Apature Zoom Lens, NIKON FIT - £203.99 @ eGlobal Central
Found 18th AprFound 18th Apr
"Tamron SP AF 28-75mm f/2.8 XR Di LD Aspherical IF Macro Lenses is the smallest and lightest standard lens of its class. It belongs to the Super performance class of Tamron lenses … Read more
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The point is that people need to be aware of who the are buying from and the risks. Many of the regulars on HUKD will be very familiar with eglobal but a lot of others will not. In essence, if everything goes to plan, you will receive the product described at a great price. However, if the product is damaged or broken, returns are at your cost and there are many reviews indicating that it can be difficult or impossible to get a replacement product or refund. If the product breaks during the normal warranty period, it is unlikely to be covered by the manufacturer. Having said this, with a lens, if it works on arrival, it is likely to keep working and so your main issue would be a doa product. For a lot of people, the discount available will justify them taking this risk. For others, they will prefer to buy second-hand through Amazon Warehouse or a local camera shop.


I have purchased a couple of lenses from eglobal and they have been fine


its not a ridiculous comment, many people would prefer 2nd hand over the risk from this very poorly rated overseas seller


Ridiculous comment, of course 2nd hand should be cheaper but that is not what the OP was listing.


I tried to buy on amazon warehouse - was more expensive but thought I would be safer, Amazon sent me a Canon Fit TWICE! I cast my net winder and this was as cheap as I could find for brand new

Tamron SP AF 10-24mm F/3.5-4.5 Di II LD Aspherical Lens for Canon £199 @ Amazon & Park Cameras
Found 6th MarFound 6th Mar
Good deal on this and a big price drop - has been hovering between £300 and £400 on Amazon although I believe has been as low as £250 at other retailers in the past. There has be… Read more

Already got the excellent EFS 11-22 so I've bought this for my crop Canon. Great price, thanks OP.


For inexpensive Nikon ultra-wides you've got the Tamron 10-24mm, Sigma 10-20mm, Tokina 11-16mm and Nikon 10-20mm all for around £300-£350, nothing in the £200 range though unless you're happy to buy used.


Got it for Nikon. Good lens. Feels a solid lens


Tamron's high end products are very good - I'd buy again. As for the crop sensor lenses, you could well be right - I used Sigma on a crop sensor camera before moving to full frame


I wonder how this compares to the Canon EF 11-24mm f/4L USM Lenswhich is 10x the price. Ok, I'll pass as it is designed for crop sensors.

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Tamron SP AF 17-50mm f/2.8 XR Di-II LD Lens - Nikon or Canon Mount  £139.00  eglobal central with code
Found 15th Nov 2017Found 15th Nov 2017
BUY599 code for this price Canon mount link https://www.eglobalcentral.co.uk/tamron-sp-af-17-50mm-f-2.8-xr-di-ii-ld-lenses-canon-mount-a16e.html

I'm thinking of upgrading my 18-55, tempted by this, but think I'll go for the Nikon 18-140 VR. It's a bit heavier but the extra reach would be useful, and it gets good reviews. Last time I liked this could be had for about £200-£225 for a grey import.


I got it for 175


The Sigma with vr for 50 pounds more its a better deal.


Considering this is the non-VR version, is it really that much quicker than the kit 18-55mm Nikon lens which does feature VR? I only ask as presumably with VR you can go several stops lower at low light than typical, making the speed aspect of the two lenses very similar?


Seems like a bargain. Gets great reviews and £350 at Amazon. I'd buy it if I didn't have the Sigma 17-50 f/2.8 (which cost me about £275) Edit - looks like this is the non-VR version. Hence the cheaper price.

Tamron SP AF 17-50mm f/2.8 XR Di-II LD Lens - Nikon Mount  £147.24  eglobal with code
Found 23rd Sep 2017Found 23rd Sep 2017
GIVEME5 code for 5% off Canon mount for a few quid more https://www.eglobalcentral.co.uk/tamron-sp-af-17-50mm-f-2.8-xr-di-ii-ld-lenses-canon-mount-a16e.html

D3400 is a very good choice Looking to spend quite a bit to be honest hence the reason why I'm looking at 'grey' Canon 7D MKll Then either the Canon EF 100-400mm f4.5-5.6 L IS II USM or the Sigma 150-600mm f/5-6.3 DG OS HSM SPORT Looks like the code has expired now, which may not be such a bad thing lol (was seriously tempted)


I've seen others say E-Infinity is good, but Egolbal is risk andreturns are so much hassle. Which camera you looking to buy? I've just been looking for lens for the D3400 I got, got JL to price match it fro around £370 with the VR kit lens, I'd suggest you try do that so that way you got 2 years cover for main body. I'm not expert, just more for a hobby so the d3400 is enough for me atm.


Looking to buy a Body & Lens, but like you reviews putting me off... Been reading a thread over on PistonHeads and they all seem to think E-Infinity is one of the most reliable companies for grey imports https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/e-infin.com https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/eglobalcentral.co.uk


Bought a Nikon lens from them a few months ago and it arrived without any issue. However, the product illustration showed a lens case, which wasn’t in the box when it arrived. Warranty in the box was for Australia too.:{


Isn't this site known for huge issues, a quick google even has a HDUK thread on how bad it is: https://www.hotukdeals.com/discussions/anyone-used-eglobal-central-1965084 I was tempted to buy a lens from there but then I was put of by all the negative feed back.

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Tamron SP AF 70-200mm f/2.8 Di LD (IF) Macro Lenses - Canon Mount £441.99 @ Eglobalcentral
Found 9th Aug 2017Found 9th Aug 2017
This was posted for £534.75 here https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/tamron-sp-af-70-200mm-f-28-tele-zoom-lens-for-canon-amazon-it-53475-2755223 It seems to be the same lens, pleas… Read more
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it is but also getting any failures sorted quickly. Has anyone ever had to get a faulty item replaced or repaired who has bought from them?


What's teh bokeh like wiv dis, innit? Because, as we all know, as professional photographers, bokeh is all that matters with photographs. Not subject matter, or lighting, or composition or dynamic range, interest or any c**p like that. As long as the BG is blurred, that's all that matters, innit?


The G2 is a replacement for the 70-200 stabalised lens. This is the none stabalised version, so ever worse than what the g2 was replacing. The orginal stabalised version is £592 on their ebay account.


Ordered a 150-600 from them nearly 2 years ago for €800. Was 1400 in the shops. Not a problem with it and lots of nice photos.


Although I know the G2 is double the price of G1, does it come near the standards of the Nikon VR II version?

Tamron SP AF 70 - 200mm F / 2.8 Tele-zoom lens for Canon - Amazon IT - £534.75
Found 2nd Aug 2017Found 2nd Aug 2017
Hi All, I found this cheapest deal on Tamron SP AF 70-200 F2.8 Telephoto Lens. Sold by Amazon Italy, free shipping to UK. If you pay by Revolut then price will come approximatel… Read more

About £90 cheaper, grey market though: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/tamron-sp-af-70-200mm-f28-di-ld-if-macro-lenses-canon-mount-44199-eglobalcentral-2761069


Will work on both full-frame and cropped sensors. Compare alternatives, including the revised model, before purchasing.


That looks like a very good deal for a f2.8 lens, unfortunately I don't use my SLR so much - it's too bulky, and carrying around a bag with a couple of lenses in gets to you after a while.


Brilliant lens


Model is A0001 if anyone wants to look it up on Tamron's site - http://www.tamron.eu/uk/lenses/sp-af-70-200mm-f28-di-ld-if-macro/

Refurb Tamron 17-50mm f2.8 XR Di-II LD ASP IF Lens - Canon Fit WEX £169
Found 25th Jan 2017Found 25th Jan 2017
Tamron Graded Refurbished Stock - Goods have been inspected by manufacturer and reported to be in excellent condition and full working order. This stock has specially been bought i… Read more
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This lens on a Nikon is an absolute classic, its my walk around lens. I have the VC version its extremely shape at all lengths.


Don't forget to go through Quidco for 2.15% cashback on used items.


Get the VC version. I have one and it's great. I'm seeking my Canon great and its the one lens that I'll really miss


Expired sorry looks like I bought the only one!


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Tamron 18-200mm VC Nikon Fit Lens at Argos £169.99
Found 24th Jan 2017Found 24th Jan 2017
£30 off the usual (Argos) price for this cheap zoom lens. Last time I checked the price was the same at Amazon, but this sudden price drop coincides nicely with the £10 voucher for… Read more
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I've had one of these for almost a year now - very impressed with it - it's well built, with no wobble when full extended and the quality is good. It replaced my 18-55 kit lens and my 50-200mm. It performs as well as either of them. Incidentally, it was around £170 last spring, when I bought it.


£149 at e-Infinity.com,.... :{


I just got home from Argos with this and am pleased so far. Auto focus is a bit slow in low light, compared with my Nikon lenses, but the build quality and overall feel are good. Certainly very happy for the money!


This version is for Nikon F-mount, and is designed for cameras with APS-C sensors, such as the D3200 that I use.


TStop is usually higher for all the lenses than the FStop, but in this case it's different. So in reality it's 5.7 instead of 6.3 - https://www.dxomark.com/Lenses/Tamron/Tamron-18-200mm-F35-63-Di-II-VC-Model-B018-Nikon . Probably not that anyone cares about this :)

Tamron AF 16-300 mm f3.5-6.3 Di II VC PZD Macro Lens for Canon £330.00 from Amazon
Found 20th Jan 2017Found 20th Jan 2017
One of the better superzooms for Canon EF-S DSLR cameras. Generally well reviewed and a currently unbeatable zoom range. Has been around the £400 mark (UK stock, not grey imports),… Read more

The 55-250mm will definitely be sharper. As a general rule, the shorter the focal range (in terms of multiplication), the sharper a lens can potentially be, with superzooms suffering in optical quality as the primary shortcoming for their insane zoom range. This one is notable for mitigating that inherent issue to a larger degree than most comparable superzooms.


No, in fact I would expect quality of the Canon at the long end to be better than the Tamron. The big plus of the Tamron is it's extraordinary 18x zoom range, and especially the wide end. This gives you a one lens solution for casual photography.


Aside from the larger zoom range, would this be a large step up from the excellent (and cheap) Canon 55-250mm?

Tamron AF 70-300mm F/4-5.6 Di LD Macro 1:2 Nikon+Motor
Found 26th Dec 2016Found 26th Dec 2016
Tamron AF 70-300mm F/4-5.6 Di LD Macro 1:2 Nikon+Motor Amazon lightening deal £85.99

strange how it was a lightning deal but it's still only £89.99 now


​Many thanks for taking the time to reply. :)


VR (Vibration reduction) is lense specific not body, it's specific to Nikon lenses. This is a Tamron built to fit all Nikon with F mount(nearly all Nikon Cameras in production including the D5300) Its an entry level lens that is mainly used for wildlife and sports, it's really quite a popular entry level lens, the reviews are really impressive. http://lenstests.com/reviews/tamron-af-70-300mm-f4-5.6-di-ld-macro-1-2


My husband has a D5300 with a 18-55 vr lens. I would like to buy this to put away for him for next year, if this Tamron isn't vr, does that matter?


A6000 is Sony right? This is for Nikon Sony lens is here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Tamron-AF-70-300mm-4-5-6-Macro/dp/B000EXT5AY/ref=gbps_tit_m-8_4c31_3f3c9c23?smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&pf_rd_p=47028784-0610-44db-b4a4-32fad4394c31&pf_rd_s=merchandised-search-8&pf_rd_t=101&pf_rd_i=118857031&pf_rd_m=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&pf_rd_r=HGDQ8E8ZGS0VM40N1Z74&th=1

Tamron 18-200mm f/3.5-6.3 DI II VC Lens - Canon £164 with code at Jessops
Found 15th Dec 2016Found 15th Dec 2016
In store price £184 but when I checked the Jessops website on my phone for more info up came the code Tamron20 for £20 off. They matched it in store for me. Good build quality and … Read more
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fit my A6000?


If using American Express remember to check if you qualify for the £50 off £150 Amex/Jessops offer!!


​Price increase probably due to devaluation of the pound following Brexit vote. My guess it will increase even more after Xmas. I sell imported goods, anything purchased in US dollars is costing about 18% more than this time last year. Its only the importers and retailers absorbing the increases which is protecting consumers at the moment.


Shocking how much the price has increased on these, when I bought mine earlier this year (May) it was £129 when the RRP was £149. Great Travel/Walkabout lens and optically as good as the 18-55 STM kit lens.


Pretty good starter zoom.

TAmron 70-300 Sony mount @ Amazon £65.40
Found 12th Dec 2016Found 12th Dec 2016
Decent 70-300 at a giveaway price https://www.amazon.co.uk/AF-70-300mm-4-5-6-Di-MACRO/dp/B000EXT5AY/ref=gbps_tit_s-4_a461_b14fb0a7?smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&pf_rd_p=35ac20c4-a2ee-46… Read more
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I guess alternative form factor is m4/3 e.g. Olympus, canon... no idea how good they are since I'm an A6000 user myself since the NEX-5...


so which system with similar level zoom and prime for the same money with similar performance would you recommend?


E Mount is one of the most expensive mounts for lenses given the variety available compared the others. I had the first gen sigma primes 19mm and 30mm so you could get them second hand <£90 I'm sure. Very good sharp lenses. I now use 24mm zeiss and 18105G lens on my a6000. Disappointed with the zeiss given the hype and price. Highly recommend the 18105G... Very nice lens. Shame about the flash being restricted due the barrel.


lea3 has no AF and takes this to a £200 'cheap' lens with all manual control lea4 will give AF but takes it to a 300quid 'cheap' lens would it give better results than sel55-210? dunno but will be bigger/heavier/more expensive


erm yes it will if you also buy either the laea3 or laea4. I would personally buy the 3

Tamron 24-70 mm F2.8 VC USD Lens for Nikon *Used/as new/Amazon warehouse deals after 20% discount PRICE DROP
Found 24th Nov 2016Found 24th Nov 2016
Seems a good deal as used/as new from Amazon warehouse deals tend to be in perfect condition and covered by their 30 day money back guarantee.

Have a look here at the selection of tamrons http://www.camerapricebuster.co.uk/Tamron/Tamron-Sony-E-Mount-Lenses And here for the sigmas http://www.camerapricebuster.co.uk/Sigma/Sigma-Sony-E-Mount-Lenses


Could someone tell which are the compatible Tamron/Sigma lenses for Sony A6000(e-mount)?

Tamron SP AF17-50mm F/2.8 XR VC Di II for Canon @ Amazon £235.99  - Lowest ever price!
Found 16th May 2016Found 16th May 2016
This is an awesome lens with a low aperture (2.8) and vibration control built in (be wary of the cheaper non VC version). I bought one a few years ago for over £300 and have been … Read more

I actually didn't, but I admit I don't look hard enough. Nice one, buddy, I like the look of the 16-50! Spot on dude, thank you. What I meant was Amazon don't put them on special offer, I've found loads on Amazon, but never on special offer, that I've seen anyway.


see #22


Even better price £212!


as long as shutter speed is fast enough then you can do fine with no VC VC is basically a movement made by the camera system to counter your own movements so i guess the less overall movement needs less shutter speed


But surely that is only true if you have the camera mounted on a tripod or the camera body itself has VC? Otherwise any small movement could affect the sharpness of the picture?

£40 cashback on Tamron AF 16-300 mm f3.5-6.3 Di II VC PZD Macro Lens (£329.99 after cashback) £369.99 @ Amazon
Found 8th May 2016Found 8th May 2016
Applies to items sold and dispatched by Amazon. Cashback is direct from Tamron. Offer expires 31st May 2016. Offer is also one other lenses.

I bought this lens about a year ago, and am very pleased with it. Some people turn their noses up at third party lenses, and super zooms such as this, but for everyday use, I love this lens.


Canon fanboys voting cold?


dunno seems good price


Why the cold votes? With £40 cashback, it is cheapest it has ever been! Am I missing something? [img]http://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B00JM15OD6/amazon.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=all&fo=0〈=en[/img]

Tamron SP AF 17-50mm F/2.8 XR Di II LD Aspherical [IF] Lens for Canon £208.50 fulfilled by Amazon (5 years warranty from Tamron)
Found 25th Mar 2016Found 25th Mar 2016
Was posted just over a month ago at £216.10, but the price went back up to £249 in-line with the Nikon / Pentax / Sony versions and I missed out... now it's even lower, and it went… Read more

Good lens, notably sharper than the VC version so a real bargain if you can live without the VC


Nice lens but iffy QC I got one and the auto focus was out by a fair bit and my camera doesn't have the ability to fine tune the auto focus. The shots I took with manual focus came out really well. Excellent price by the way


Personally, I'd go for the VC version. That's the one that I bought. I can hand hold (with a 550d) to about 1/16 of a sec with that. Picked up a lightly used one for about £220


Thanks poster.


Nice lens. Fixed at 2.8 throughout the range. Good price. Heated.

Tamron 24-70 mm F2.8 VC USD Lens for Nikon - £554.99 @ Amazon
Found 11th Mar 2016Found 11th Mar 2016
Nikon Mount Tamron 24-70 mm F2.8 VC USD Lens. Cheapest ever and £125 cheaper than the Canon version. Excellent lens and a real alternative to the Nikon 24-70 at a fraction of the p… Read more

This is now expired. I got it for £579 and then it went down to £554.99 for a day. Managed to get a refund on the price difference :)


Took the plunge and ordered!! Thanks for posting it OP!


I was looking to get a PS4 game and was a bit south of the free delivery. Got this lens as an add-on item. I've got only one thing to say - damn you mister wilt :(


Great lens love mine


Been looking at this for a while, and just placed an order.....thanks OP!!!

Tamron SP AF 17-50mm F/2.8 XR Di II LD Aspherical [IF] Lens for Canon  £216.10  amazon (5 years warranty from Tamron)
Found 24th Feb 2016Found 24th Feb 2016
Excellent price for this lens from reliable seller

I wish they would price the Nikon fit like this.


​Also consider the sel 35 f1.8 which would give you a wider option especially for indoors where space is a premium


When I was comparing the tamron and a similar sigma the tamron won the tests. I bought the tamron and a sigma 10-22mm which was my favourite landscape lens.


​sorry, for some reason I thought focal lengths on APS-C lenses already included the crop coefficient, shows how much I know! oO


so almost went for this lens, but, for an extra £50 I can get the - The Sigma 17-50mm f/2.8 EX DC OS HSM. is the sigma a better choice, I have a canon 700d which is mostly used for landscapes and architecture.

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