The Tamron SP 45mm f/1.8 Di VC USD is a standard lens for FF and APS-C, manufactured from 2015. The focus is done by Ultrasonic AF Motor (Ring-USM), it has image stabilization. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 450 €;
32 users have given it an average vote of 9.6 out of 10.
This lens is available with the following mounts:
Canon EF: this lens is compatible with reflex fullframe and APS-C Canon EF.
Nikon F: this lens is compatible with reflex fullframe and APS-C Nikon.
Sony A-mount: this lens is compatible with reflex fullframe and APS-C Sony A-mount.
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Cons:If we really want to find a fault: the ring of diaphragms is missing
Opinion:Taken used at a good price, I wanted to try it in the whole figure and half-bust. What to say, at t.a. it's very sharp, impressive. It's certainly better than some emblazoned 50mm. A very solid optics, well built, massive but not too heavy. To keep for life! Now the new tamron line will be a tough bone for the competition. Very good price for such an excellent optic. It's worth having it.
Pros:Price import, tropicalized, stabilized, darn sharp.
Cons:It will remain permanently inserted into your machine.
Opinion:Tamron with the new G2 line has amazed me in time. I didn't think it could get to the levels of the most ephaled brand. I thought again working almost daily with the magnificent 70-200 G2. Then I tried the 35mm f1,4, which I found superb, prompting me to sell the sigma art. Finally out of sheer curiosity I took this 45mm at the ridiculous import price of 275 euros. Massive lens, well built, light years away from the plastic cinesateofs of previous Tamron (which I had and immediately eliminated). Not very fast, it is a lens dedicated to certainly non-sporting genres, cuts like a razor just closed over the f2 with a creamy bokeh very pleasant. I started playing in the studio, then outdoors and in the end in the last 20 days she was hooked on one of my reflexes giving me excellent results. I think it can give great surprises even in the macros set, maybe in TA, having a minimum focus distance of 0.29. Finally the stabilizer allowed me shots without micromove on times around 1/20 and in support up to 1/8. Remarkable, at least to me that I have no granite hand at all. The only downside, the triggering of the lampshade not exactly accurate. But it's a trifle. In conclusion I found it surprising that this "small" lens can churn out images very, very close to a sigma art 50 (tried on many occasions), which is a brighter thread but not stabilized nor tropicalized or more 'responsive, at a fraction of its price. Give it to her, you won't regret it.
Opinion:I was looking for a lens that would complement my kit. I bought this lens after reading a lot of reviews, so I knew what I was up against. I was surprised by two things anyway. Excellent focus accuracy while suffering from some backlight chromatic aberration. Inexplicable given all the positives I have encountered, I say this also because it is the only thing that requires a touch to the mouse during development. For the rest the images are ready to my taste. Paid like a Canon ef 50 1.4 which however is lower in all. The autofocus is not a lightning bolt like the 35 IS Canon which is louder, accurately are even. Always compared to the 35 IS Prefer the color rendering of the 45 SP, it has more character, although the Canon is sharper. Of the 35 and 50 Sigma I say that they are exceptional but do not meet my taste because I find the colors cold. Sharp all-open, nice blurry, need 1/10 shot with stabilizer, but I didn't try it in the videos. Great design and build quality, mounted on his Majesty 5DsR holds the pairing, sure that if you look for the compact 50into fit in the bag better to hijack on the 50 1.8 stm Canon because this is a bit voluminous. For Street it can also be used without a lampshade because the front lens is more than 1 cm internal. In short, a quality handyman that is difficult to give up, also great for exits with a single lens.
Pros:Very high sharpness, neutral colours, objective construction, price, last generation stabilizer
Opinion:Bought used, Sicuramenente not a trendy optics suffers the notoriety of the Sigma 50mm art, optical straoridanaria in my opinion, high sharpness already at 1.8, very neutral and delicate colors, boken to my taste beautiful and honest, stabilizer excellent, the only flaw is the Speed of focus, I had already read several reviews about it in the various American forums, I can confirm that it is not lightning, in difficult situations is just "sleepy" honestly in the reportage I would not recommend, in favor though compared to Sigma is Very accurate and does not suffer from front/back focus.
Pros:Sharpness already at all apertura...stabilizzazione...ne too little heavy... very solid construction... neutral as Colors
Cons:For now no one
Opinion:I bought it only 2 days ago but I did a lot of photos and I have already made a clear idea.... I feared problems of front/back focus instead nothing... I use it on Nikon D850... The autofocus nn is lightning but little counts... I do not have to make birds in flight... as I have already written is Built in a really solid way and I feel it well balanced on the machine
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