The Tamron Auto 135mm f/2.8 Adapt-A is a tele lens for FF and APS-C, discontinued. The focus is done by Manual Focus, it does not have image stabilization. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is €;
3 users have given it an average vote of 9.3 out of 10.
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Opinion:What a thing, guys! Wonderful... Love at first sight, indeed at first focus... Totally manual. I finally feel the light. Gorgeous blurry. It's not exactly easy to use, but the satisfaction it da is incredible. On D80 it's magical. And the striking thing is that I paid him 40 euros, shipping included on RCE photos that I thank very much. The automatisms in photography, with that stubborn search for perfection, have taken away some of that poetry that can characterize a shot and make a photo unique and original why not, even with some "defect". I highly recommend a manual lens to understand many things about photography. Thank you very much.
Pros:Good TA sharpness, sharp from f5-6, blurred by fairy tale
Cons:6-bladed diaphragm,light from old lens
Opinion:Target inherited from the father's film kit, disassembled and cleaned lens for lens (opacity and internal mold) only 4 glass and imbeille-proof mechanics. A Ta blurred with really pictorial bubbles, excellent portrait lens, compact and completely metal with built-in lampshade (a little small I would add). Fantastic Maf dialer with original adapter F-Nikon works in priority of diaphragms on my D300s. Recommended for ridiculous price on used
Pros:Made of metal and glass, well-made, f 2.5, compact and lightweight, adaptal system, economical for focal, pleasing and soft blur.
Cons:Built-in hood is virtually useless
Opinion:Coupling third-party lenses dating back to nikon is a difficult task but definitely not impossible, tamron's Adaptal system solves the problem of sin has not been implemented and developed. The lens is compact and well-made in metal and glass, with durable rubber parts, useless the built-in hood. Completely manual, maf and diaphragm; It is worth appreciating immediately the variation in aperture in the camera's viewfinder; The maf's light offers a proper resistance that makes it easy to find the correct point of fire; The yield seems good, clear already at TA with a low pdc and a soft blur, the color tone looks hot. I hooked it up with the d700 (I will soon try on the d750 and d7000) is the overall rendering is more than good, satisfying my curiosity of a medium manual canvases that i hope in the light of the right light should generate a blur of bubble. An economical lens (60 eur on ebay included adapter adapter and 2x teleconverter) but not really easy to find, however I can only recommend it. RnRiteSo using a manual lens is a great way to learn how to read light conditions without the help of electronics.
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