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Opinion:The focus is precise and the stabilizer helps a lot. The VC guarantees a good use of the lens even at night or in low light conditions. I would say that is the real advantage over other fixed focal lengths not staibilized. The images are very sharp and the color rendition is good. Used on FX and DX, in both cases excellent results. The size and weight of the lens are such as to guarantee handling and lightness to the reflex.
Pros:Sharpness at 1.8, lightness, tropicalization, stabilization.
Opinion:Sharp already at 1.8, economical for what the lens returns in photos. Not bulky and light enough. Very satisfied with the purchase, has an excellent blur and a good three-dimensionality, incisor, produces very beautiful files that say excellent work, objective also taken care of in the construction. Smaller and lighter than art 50.
Opinion:A month ago I bought a copy shop ' demo ' of this lens at €390.00 (two year warranty). I also have the 35 mm Tamron. Two lenses almost twins, but the ' almost ' is important. Two different focal lengths: 35 moderate wide angle lens, moderate heat; the 45 a ' normal ' in the true sense of the word (it's more or less the focal length of the eye, with the necessary distinctions ...). Why not 45 mm and 50 mm? At the bottom is pretty much the difference between a 24 mm and 28 mm, maybe more appreciable difference in gandangoli. Gives the impression of real reliability, manageability and efficiency: well built, sealed, stabilized with the new generation Tamron VC, balanced weight on a FF (mine is 5 d MkIII), Aperture 1.8, appropriate for the focal length, colors not too saturated, blurred. In short: a most virtuous lens with which forografare many kinds. I would say that you have to try the 45 mm to appreciate, little by little, the usefulness of this focal length.