Tamron 18-270mm Camera Lenses
Based in Saitama, Japan, Tamron is a company that focuses specifically on making lenses for digital still cameras along with other quality optical equipment. The company has been making products like these since 1950. It doesn't make cameras, so its camera lenses are made as an aftermarket item for major brands of cameras. The 18-270 camera lens is one of many lenses made by Tamron.
What cameras use the Tamron 18-270 camera lens?
Tamron 18-270 camera lenses fit a variety of digital single-lens reflex (DSLR) cameras from major manufacturers, such as:
Some of the camera bodies that this lens fits include the Canon EF-S, Nikon F APS-C and Sony/Minolta Alpha DT.
What are the features of the Tamron 18-270 camera lens?
Some notable features of the Tamron 18-270 camera lens are:
- Rotary extending zoom lens
- Zoom lock
- Maximum aperture of F3.5-6.3
- Minimum aperture of F22-40
- Vibration compensation mechanism
- 16 elements
- 7 diaphragm blades
- Maximum magnification of 0.26
- Micro-type ultrasonic motor
- Internal focus
- Distance scale
- Lens cover
The camera lens weighs 450 grams, has a diameter of 75 millimetres and a length of 88 millimetres.