Some additional information on the upcoming Tamron 18-400mm f/3.5-5.6 Di II VC HLD all-in-one zoom lens (model B028)


Some additional information on the upcoming Tamron 18-400mm f/3.5-5.6 Di II VC HLD all-in-one zoom lens (model B028):

The 18-400mm is a new exciting flagship lens that adds to our current line-up and exemplifies Tamron's all-in-one expertise and the options these great lenses afford photographers of all levels. This new unprecedented all-in-one is positioned as a compact ultra-tele zoom with all-in-one, wide-angle versatility for APS-C cameras. It will target enthusiasts who desire even greater ultra-tele capability for sports, wildlife and more, but also enjoy the versatility of the all-in-one lens for various photographic opportunities. Think of a 100-400mm with portrait, 1:2.9 macro, and wide angle capability for added convenience.

The 16-300mm will remain in the line for the enthusiast customer also looking for great range and versatility, but from a more compact, all-in-one lens prioritizing wide angle for travel and full range for every-day shooting and more.

These two lenses, while similar in many ways, offer different choices for your customer from the pioneer and leader of the all-in-one zoom lens category.

The power of ultra-telephoto. The versatility of all-in-one.

Powerful performance that exceeds your imagination. Introducing the world's first ultra-telephoto all-in-one zoom with a 22.2X zoom range. Now you can shoot everything from vast landscapes to details of a bird with a single lens. The latest optical design includes a complex series of elements including LD (Low Dispersion) glass and an aspherical lens. Problems like chromatic aberration and distortion are controlled throughout the entire zoom range, resulting in sharp, superior images-whether you're shooting at wide-angle or telephoto. Capture thrilling close-up action in a snap.

  • World's first 22.2x ultra-telephoto all-in-one zoom lens
  • 620mm full-frame equivalent telephoto reach
  • VC for confident telephoto shooting
  • HLD means quick, accurate and quiet autofocus
  • 1:2.9 Max. Mag. Ratio for versatile close-up capability
  • Moisture-Resistant Construction
  • Compatible with TAMRON TAP-in Console™, an optional accessory product

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  • Update – here are some additional specs from Nokishita

    Mount: For Canon · For Nikon
    Lens construction: 11 groups of 16
    Number of diaphragm blades: 9 (circular aperture)
    Minimum shooting distance: 17.7 inches (about 0.45 m)
    Maximum magnification: 1: 2.9
    Image stabilization effect: Approximately 3.5 steps
    Filter diameter: 72 mm
    Maximum diameter × length: 3.1 in × 4.8 in (about 79 mm × 122 mm)
    Weight: 25.6 oz (about 726 g)

    http://www.nokishita-camera.com/2017/06/18-400mm-f35-63-di-ii-vc-hld.html

    • HKer

      DPreview says this lens is f3.5-f6.3?

  • Eric Calabros

    You never know focus point was on tiger’s head or something behind it.

    • JXVo

      Agreed. Too much depth of field for 400mm IMO….
      That tiger shot may have been done at a shorter focal length or with a different lens altogether

      • Mr Majestyk

        Huh, even at f/6.3, 400mm will have shallow DoF, you won’t see much difference compared to the f/5.6 options.

    • Spy Black

      Could just be reference shots, not actually taken with the lens.

    • It’s definitely an odd shot to use to promote a lens.

  • T.I.M

    With 16 elements and only 72mm front filter, aperture f/5.6 at 400mm is more likely to be T/8

    • Eric Calabros

      A whole frame vignette 🙂

  • purenupe1

    So the Nikon version is not an “E” lens?

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