Tamron’s new 28-200mm F2.8-5.6 is a versatile zoom lens for full-frame Sony E-mount cameras. Well-suited for travel photography, it’s compact, lightweight and fast/quiet to focus. Despite its petite design, the lens feels well built and should also hold up against the elements, fingerprints and grime thanks to a moisture-resistant construction and fluorine coated front element.
It may not be Tamron’s most optically jaw-dropping piece of glass, but it seems more than capable of producing fairly sharp and pleasing results throughout the zoom range. Simply put, it’s a great lens for a casual sunny afternoon stroll.
See our Tamron 28-200mm F2.8-5.6 sample gallery
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