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Tamron 18-400mm f/3.5-6.3 Di II VC HLD Lens (Canon or Nikon) EXPIRED

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Tamron 18-400mm f/3.5-6.3 Di II VC HLD Lens (Canon or Nikon) $439 ($289 for EDU) using coupon YDH2For eligible EDU customers, there is a $150 mail in rebate [tamron-usa.com]

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This is a good price.

I bought mine on black Friday, also with a Tamron rebate. Got the check in a couple of weeks, no problem.

It's heavy, but built solid and versatile.

I've got mine on a D5500. This is my favorite photo I've taken with it so far: https://i.imgur.com/dJ8dNgN.jpg
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Pretty good price but all the reviews seem to suggest the 16-300 is a more useful range and a lot smaller to carry.
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This is a good price.

I bought mine on black Friday, also with a Tamron rebate. Got the check in a couple of weeks, no problem.

It's heavy, but built solid and versatile.

I've got mine on a D5500. This is my favorite photo I've taken with it so far: https://i.imgur.com/dJ8dNgN.jpg
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Pretty good price but all the reviews seem to suggest the 16-300 is a more useful range and a lot smaller to carry.
Correct me if I am wrong but I think the 16-300 is older (way older) and this 18-400 is newer, I've been using the 18-400 for half year and it is one the most versatile lens I ever used. However I just gotta say, it IS heavy (on my a6500). This is a very good price unless you can find a new/openbox on ebay (I got mine for about $400 on there)
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Please delete. answered my own question
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Is this a dx or fix lenses? I must be missing it
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Does the educational discount stack with coupon code?
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Is this a dx or fix lenses? I must be missing it
According to https://www.tamron.jp/en/product/.../b028.html it is a dx lens. Built for APS-C sensors
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Great lens on my 80D!
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Great lens on my 80D!
Same here. I got mine in a bundle with the Tap-in Console.
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Pretty good price but all the reviews seem to suggest the 16-300 is a more useful range and a lot smaller to carry.
None of the reviews that I saw said that.
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Correct me if I am wrong but I think the 16-300 is older (way older) and this 18-400 is newer, I've been using the 18-400 for half year and it is one the most versatile lens I ever used. However I just gotta say, it IS heavy (on my a6500). This is a very good price unless you can find a new/openbox on ebay (I got mine for about $400 on there)
What adapter do you use? I have an a6600 and a Sigma MC-11, which I currently use an old Tamron 28-300mm lens with. How's the performance on your a6500; focus speed, does it hunt for focus much? Thanks!
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Same here. I got mine in a bundle with the Tap-in Console.
I wasn't aware that there was even a device like that, do you recommend the Tap-in Console?

https://www.instagram.com/p/B8P_j..._copy_link
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I wasn't aware that there was even a device like that, do you recommend the Tap-in Console?

https://www.instagram.com/p/B8P_j..._copy_link
It's only needed if you need to adjust the focus between the lens and your camera or firmware updates.
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