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Old Jun 25, 2003, 7:54 PM   #11
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FYI:

Contrary to what a poster above stated, the Tamron 28-300 is quite sharp, all the way out to 300.

But it is very slow at 6.3 at 300mm. This aperature can wreak havoc with the autofocus in anything but the brightest of light. I'm talking noon day sun in a cloudless sky near the equator :-).

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Old Jun 25, 2003, 7:54 PM   #12
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FYI:

Contrary to what a poster above stated, the Tamron 28-300 is quite sharp, all the way out to 300.

But it is very slow at 6.3 at 300mm. This aperature can wreak havoc with the autofocus in anything but the brightest of light. I'm talking noon day sun in a cloudless sky near the equator :-).

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FYI:

Contrary to what a poster above stated, the Tamron 28-300 is quite sharp, all the way out to 300.

But it is very slow at 6.3 at 300mm. This aperature can wreak havoc with the autofocus in anything but the brightest of light. I'm talking noon day sun in a cloudless sky near the equator :-).

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