Tamron produce lenses compatible with many camera manufacturers and the Tamron 70-300mm telephoto lens is a good example of a multipurpose lens suitable for those on a budget. It weighs 435g, which is lighter than the majority of competing lenses from other manufacturers which have the same focal range.
The Tamron 70-300mm lens is a budget alternative to the typical Canon and Nikon lenses with the same magnification, but is it any good? Watch the video review to find out.
The Canon 70-300mm telephoto lens was first launched in October 2005. It weighs 630 grams and uses a Canon EF lens mount which means that it will fit all Canon digital SLR cameras, as opposed to the EF-S lens mount alternative.
The Canon 70-300mm F4-5.6 IS USM lens is often a popular choice, but is it worth spending the extra money rather than buying a cheaper Sigma or Tamron 70-300mm? Find out by watching this video.