Tamron 70-180mm F/2.8 Di III VXD Sony FE

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Tamron

Tamron 70-180mm F/2.8 Di III VXD

The Tamron 70-180 mm F/2.8 Di III VXD is a light and compact standard zoom lens with a Sony E-mount. This lens is perfect for photographers looking for a lens that is ready whenever needed. The VXD, Voice-coil eXtreme-torque Drive, is a precise and fast autofocus that is perfect for those looking to push the boundaries of sports photography. The fast autofocus ensures you always keep your target in focus. With this autofocus you can focus at 85cm, and with the manual focus at 27cm at 70mm even.

This standard zoom lens has a lens structure of 14 groups with 19 elements. This keeps flares, ghosting and vignetting to a minimum. In addition, the front lens has an easy-to-clean fluorine coating. Easy to clean if dirt accidentally gets on it.

Winner of the EISA Telephoto Zoom Lens 2020-2021 Award

Partly thanks to its large aperture, razor-sharp images at different distances and the weather-resistant design, Tamron won the EISA Telephoto Zoom Lens 2020-2021 Award with this lens.The floating focus system and fast & silent autofocus were rated by the jury.

Main features of the Tamron 70-180mm F/2.8 Di III VXD:

  • Light zoom lens weighing just 810g
  • Fast and precise autofocus
  • Focus sharpness from 85cm with automatic autofocus
  • Focus sharpness from 27cm with manual focus
  • 9 aperture blades for beautiful bokeh
  • 14 groups/19 elements
  • Suitable for Sony mirrorless cameras with E-mount

What's in the box

  • Tamron 70-180mm F/2.8 Di III VXD
  • Lens hood
  • Lens caps
  • Two year warranty

 

 

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Specifications

questionanswerproperty_groupexplanationproduct
Minimum focal length (mm)70.0Focal point
Maximum focal length (mm)180.0Focal point
Fixed focal pointNeeFocal point
Number of aperture blades9Aperture
Maximum aperture (f)22.0Aperture
Minimum aperture (f)2.8Aperture
Fixed aperture zoom lensJaAperture
Aperture of 2.8 or fasterJaAperture
Length (mm)149.0Size & Packaging
Lens structure (elements/groups)14/19Lens system
CoatingsFluorine coatingLens system
Shortest focusing distance27.00Focus
Type of focus motor VXDFocus
Manual focusJaFocus
Auto focusJaFocus
LensmountSony E (FE)Technical specs
Filter size (mm)67.0Technical specs
Dust & splash proofJaTechnical specs
Firmware upgradeableJaTechnical specs
Suitable for full frameJaTechnical specsIs the lens suitable for use on a camera with a full-frame sensor?
 

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