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tamron 100-400 first outing (1 Viewer)

capdegat

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First time out without any fine tune etc. Very obliging robin !
Seems promising .
taken with nikon d7200 - in darkish spots so ISO at 1600 for robin .
 

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Neil G.

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Looks good.......same sort of iq as the sigma 100-400.What made you choose the tamron over the sigma?
 

Vespobuteo

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Very brave to shoot pirates without AF-fine-tune...;)
Looks sharp close up, but what about resolution, at longer distance?
 

capdegat

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before and after. I'm not sure I was fully steady and missed head but not bad.
 

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Terry Foss

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Been playing with a Tamron 100-400mm, Good image quality, Can't believe how good it is for the money lightweight ultra telephoto zoom decent AF , weather sealed too!
 

Terry Foss

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Shot of Red Squirrels and a Hooded crow with a Nikon D5300/Tamron 100-400mm
 

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marcsantacurz

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How would you compare the AF speed to something like the Tamron 150-600g2 or some other lens, just for a point of reference?

It's about 1kg lighter than the 150-600, which must be nice to carry.
 

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