The Ultimate Standard Zoom Lens for Sony Mirrorless Cameras
Sharp, slimline, quiet, and outstanding in low light, the Tamron 28-75mm f/2.8 DI III RXD lens (Model A036) for Sony E-mount is the ultimate standard zoom lens for mirrorless shooters. This versatile, high-performing zoom lens captures landscapes, portraits and everything in between with the detail and vibrancy that the latest high-resolution cameras demand.
Excellent Low-Light Performance & Picture Quality
A fast, constant maximum aperture of f2.8 provides excellent performance in low light conditions and silky bokeh where desired – perfect for, say, shooting concerts in dim venues or beautiful portraits indoors or out. Aspherical, low and extra-low dispersion elements are incorporated to greatly reduce distortion and aberrations, resulting in brilliant picture clarity, sharpness and colour accuracy.
Remarkably Compact & Lightweight
Measuring 73 x 117.8mm and weighing just 550g, the Tamron 28-75mm f/2.8 lens for Sony E-mount is remarkably compact and lightweight, balancing perfectly with Sony E-mount camera bodies (full frame and APS-C) and fitting easily into any shooter’s travel bag or professional kit. The lens also features moisture resistant construction for reliable protection against the elements.
Flexible MOD & Macro-Like Capability
Who says that a zoom lens’ MOD need be fixed throughout the focal range? The Tamron 28-75mm f/2.8 lens is revolutionary in this respect, reaching an MOD (minimum object distance) of 19cm at its widest (28mm) and 39cm at its longest (75mm), and a working distance of just 5.7cm. This greatly expands your creative possibilities, enabling close-range shots with a wide-angle sense of perspective as well as detailed macro-like close-ups with 1:4 magnification.
Sharp, Quiet Autofocus
Incorporating a sophisticated, high-precision RXD (Rapid eXtra-silent stepping Drive) stepping motor unit, the Tamron 28-75mm f/2.8 lens’ autofocus drive provides extremely fast, quiet and accurate autofocus (AF). This helps to keep focus pin-sharp, even when you’re shooting movies or continually moving subjects like children, athletes or wildlife, and prevents operational noise from getting picked up when you’re recording video.