World’s First 22.2x Ultra-Telephoto Zoom Lens for APS-C
Capture it all with the Tamron 18-400mm f/3.5-6.3 Di II VC HLD (Model B028) – the world’s first 22.2x zoom lens for APS-C cameras. With an incredible 28-620mm equivalent zoom, this ultra-telephoto lens can frame everything from the vast expanse of a hilltop view to the intricate detail of a distant bird’s feathers. LD (Low Dispersion) glass and aspherical lens elements combat chromatic aberration and distortion, ensuring crisp, high-quality images throughout the lens’ zoom range.
Portable & Moisture-Resistant
Thanks to the Tamron 18-400mm lens, you no longer need large, heavy interchangeable lenses to shoot at ultra-telephoto ranges. Tamron’s all-in-one zoom technology means you can shoot across a huge focal range, from wide angle to ultra-telephoto, with a single lens. Measuring just 121.4mm long and weighing only 705g, the Tamron 18-400mm is not only easy to handle but also great for travel. It’s moisture resistant, too, so you can confidently take on the great outdoors.
Flat Perspective & Tele-Macro Capabilities
You’ll be amazed by the creative possibilities offered by the Tamron 18-400mm Nikon lens. Widen your aperture to capture dreamlike soft backgrounds or narrow your aperture to produce perspective-flattening effects only possible with extreme telephoto lenses. You can even enjoy tele-macro photography, thanks to the Tamron 18-400mm lens’ 1:2.9 maximum magnification ratio. This makes it possible to photograph small subjects, like delicate flowers or buzzing insects, in detail without disturbing or overshadowing them.
Featuring Tamron’s exclusive HLD (High/Low torque-modulated Drive), the Tamron 18-400mm Nikon lens delivers smooth, quiet, high-precision autofocus. This ensures you can keep up with and capture the moment—be it a swooping eagle or a spontaneous laugh—with ease and accuracy. As well as providing superior drive performance, HLD saves power and space, enabling a sleeker and more compact lens design.
Vibration Compensation for Sharper Results
Getting sharp shots with long lenses is often a challenge, but Vibration Compensation (VC) in the Tamron 18-400mm Nikon lens makes the job significantly easier. This image stabilisation feature counteracts hand shake by 2.5 stops, allowing you to frame and capture images sharply – even when shooting in dim lighting or with the lens zoomed right in.