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Tamron 20mm F/2.8 DI III OSD 1/2 Macro Sony FE Camera Lense £261.02 at Amazon
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Posted 4th MarPosted 4th Mar
Tamron 20mm F/2.8 DI III OSD 1/2 Macro Sony FE Camera Lense £261.02 at Amazon£261.02 Free P&P FreeAmazon Deals
Lens seems to get decent reviews and is cheapest I've seen it. Free shipping with Amazon Prime.
gregrafferty

Looks like the price has shot back up. If you're still interested it's worth keeping an eye on. The price seems to have fluctuated a lot in the last few days. I'd talked myself out of it when it was 300 but then it dropped another 40. Hopefully will perform well enough for my use.

Mo-Ameen

Damn! Looks like my alerts came through a little late :(

sparklehedgehog

That didn’t last long! It was genuinely £262 as I ordered one at that price thanks to this thread. Sorry

Mo-Ameen

Showing as £389??

sparklehedgehog

https://www.digitalcameraworld.com/uk/reviews/tamron-20mm-f28-di-iii-osd-review

Tamron SP35mm F / 1.8 Di USD Sony lens (67mm filter thread, fixed) black £287.39 delivered at Amazon Germany
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Posted 28th Sep 2020Posted 28th Sep 2020
Tamron SP35mm F / 1.8 Di USD Sony lens (67mm filter thread, fixed) black £287.39 delivered at Amazon Germany£287.39Amazon Germany Deals
The new SP Series 35mm lens produces stunning high-resolution quality across a wide range of focusing distances. In particular, this lens features a milestone of proximity never be… Read more
anewman

I'd imagine the old Minolta 35mm f2 would produce better images, and be around the same price.

anewman

There's a browser add in called Keepa that can track Amazon prices and show prices in other regions.

hotshot

Op Im curious how do you come across deals on amazon.de do you search there as well or have something set up like alerts ?

Toni_Ertl

AFAIK this lens is not available in FE mount, but yes, good for A mount users or those who also plan to buy the LE-EA5 + compatible camera.

marks

Looks like a good price but be aware it is for the old Sony A mount not the currently used E Mount so just make sure it fits your camera

Tamron G2 15-30mm F2.8 VC Wide Angle Zoom Camera Lens for Canon EF mount £1030.74 @ Amazon
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Posted 9th Aug 2020Posted 9th Aug 2020
Tamron G2 15-30mm F2.8 VC Wide Angle Zoom Camera Lens for Canon EF mount £1030.74 @ Amazon£1,030.74 Free P&P FreeAmazon Deals
In the market for a wide angle lens for my EOS R. Cheapest price I could find, only grey market sites have it cheaper. very good quality, comparable with Canon lens but at half th… Read more
siegemaster

I owned the first version of this lens. I tried the new one and couldn’t see any difference at all. One thing I’d say is it does have pretty bad barrel distortion and the stabilisation can have a bit of a weird effect in video mode compared to canon at the wide end but other than that it’s a nice lens. You can usually pick up version 1 for about £500 so I don’t know if it’s worth the extra

Tamron SP 150-600mm F / 5-6.3 Di VC USD G2 Nikon Black - £918 @ amazon.de
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Posted 5th Aug 2020Posted 5th Aug 2020
Tamron SP 150-600mm F / 5-6.3 Di VC USD G2 Nikon Black - £918 @ amazon.de£918Amazon Germany Deals
Seems a bargain & eu 5 year warranty, works out around £918 using Revolut card. Bargain with a bit of effort. Improved optical performance and quality for even more enjoyme… Read more
nickkelly

Wow what an awesome shot :)

zwarder

Have a parrot anafi, no propellers to fly of this lens when you least expect it (lol)

patricky90

You might as well buy a Mavic air 2 at this price. Just my 2 cents :|

hcc27

Wow!

windta1ker

Well I've clarified it for you anyway, the point was in relation to the price not stock level...The sigma is such a sort after piece of glass it's always in and out of stock. Most people are willing to wait a while if it's what they want

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Tamron 28-75mm F2.8 RXD A036SF Lens for Sony-FE - £592.60 / £576 with fee free card @ Amazon Spain
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Tamron 28-75mm F2.8 RXD A036SF Lens for Sony-FE - £592.60 / £576 with fee free card @ Amazon Spain£592.60£6357% off Free P&P FreeAmazon Spain Deals
This lens is currently £635 on Amazon. Recently there was a 10% off but is not available anymore. Amazon spain's current price brings it to about 10% discount on UK price if you u… Read more
Jonwillis

I'm out today with my 24-105mm canon using mc-11. Focusing seems ok, not super, I but seems a little soft on a 61MP sensor. Trying to test out 24mm Vs 28mm and the bokeh. There are certainly benefits to 24mm as well as f2.8 ,so still deciding. Took out my canon 50mm f1.8 and f1.4 too.

Jonwillis

I've heard great things about the tamron so I'm sure the mount fit if fine. The sigma costs £400 more (40% more) , more glass for 24mm, more metal for durability so adds about 50% weight. Interesting some say the sigma isn't as sharp as tamron, but others say it's better, so must be some variation in manufacturing. My canon 100mm macro on the adaptor is pants at focusing but it's fantastic ok my canon 6D. That's why I'm thinking more native glass is best.

sapstar

I am using this on an a7rii and don't see any issues. I also have the metabones adapter and some canon lenses, but auto focus is an issue and its kind of hot and miss even in bright light. Especially with Telephoto lenses. It is completely unusable in low light. I started selling my canon lenses and investing on native sony mint lenses. Sigma is too heavy to carry around, so I opted for tamron. One thing I have to say is that the mount is very very tight. I hope it doesn't damage the camera.

Jonwillis

Price has gone up, even with fee free card your looking around £600 at the moment. Still debating on this with a separate wide angle, or the sigma 24-70 on my A7R4 . 24 is nice but when I go wide I tend to want even wider. Sigma is £400 more, almost enough to buy the tamron wide angle . Already have a 25-105mm canon EF I can use on adapter although I've not tried it yet. They say focusing in low light isn't great which is odd as this is a f2.8 lens so thought it would be great. Reviews of this lens are great but hit and miss with the A7R4 due to the extra resolution. Maybe I should have brought the A9 instead. Choices... https://sonyalpha.blog/2019/11/10/which-lenses-to-maximise-the-potential-of-the-sony-a7riv/

sapstar

Looks like the pound dropped a lot or euro became stronger. I got charged £581. Yesterday the conversion was £576 when I was placing the order. Still a good deal.

Tamron 90 mm F2.8 VC USD Lens for Nikon DSLR Camera £484.68 @ Amazon
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Posted 25th May 2020Posted 25th May 2020
Tamron 90 mm F2.8 VC USD Lens for Nikon DSLR Camera £484.68 @ Amazon£484.68£584.9917% offAmazon Deals
Another price drop be quick
polar111

I've got the Sigma and am very happy with it, as are most owners. The Tamron was a consideration but I didn't see enough to convince me the premium was warranted for my use.

LD2DVD

Fair points, like I said just my opinion but I have used the Tamron predecessor and Sigma 105 and found the sigma better. Whilst no longer comparing like with like, I have used the Sigma 150 f2.8 OS and that beat any Macro lens I have ever used and could be used for action shots too. The OS was only ever needed for action shots. Macro always done manual focus with OS off. things may have moved on but the only Tamron lens I had that I felt delivered was my ADII 80-210.

windta1ker

Has it occured to you about water drop photography that involves water? Or many other macro subjects involving liquid? It is also a stunning portrait lens, which means you could be carrying it out and about and get caught out by a shower, or sea splash perhaps It also mean you could take it out in the snow for some nice macro shots The weather sealing is worth its weight in gold 25% less weight makes it easier handling too for those macro shots ;)

LD2DVD

Never occurred to me to take macro pictures when It is raining. I don't think what its with 50% more on the price personally. Just my opinion.

windta1ker

Because the Tamron is weather sealed, lighter, scores a higher DXO mark, smaller aperture, 5 years warranty