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Tamron 70-210mm f/4 Di VC USD Lens (Canon or Nikon) + 64GB SD Card & Mount Ring EXPIRED

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Adorama has Tamron 70-210mm f/4 Di VC USD Lens (Canon or Nikon) + 64GB SDXC Memory Card + Tripod Mount Ring on sale for $399. Shipping is free.

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  • Tamron 70-210mm f/4 Di VC USD Lens Bundle w/ Tripod Mount Ring & 64GB SDXC Card
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    • Tamron 70-210mm f/4 Di VC USD Lens for Canon EF Mount (AFA034C-700) or Nikon F Mount (AFA034N-700)
    • Tamron Tripod Collar Mount for 70-210mm f/4 Di VC USD Lens (A034TM)
    • 64GB Fujifilm Class 10 UHS-1 U3 SDXC Memory Card (600013605)
  • Format: Full Frame
  • Lens Type: Zoom
  • Aperture: f/32 (minimum), f/4 (maximum)

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toongsaram asked this question on 05-19-2021 at 12:21 PM
05-19-2021 at 12:21 PM
Yep. With the most recent lens firmware (available if you own the Tap-in device) it works very well on Z5 through the FTZ.
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FYI, the variable-aperture lenses (like you posted) ramp smaller awfully quickly. So the 70-300mm is f/4 from 70mm to 103mm, and then is f/4.5 from 104mm to 154mm, then f/5 from 155mm to 228mm, and then f/5.6 from there on out. As a result, as you zoom in, your aperture gets smaller (and number after the f gets bigger), and you end up possibly having your subject be blurry since you'll need to lower your shutter speed in order to compensate.

The Tamron posted is f/4 throughout the range, so after ~100mm it will have a wider aperture, which will let in more light, and allow you to have a faster shutter speed to reduce blurriness. That being said, there's not a huge difference between the two, so if you already have the 70-300mm you're probably not going to see that much of a difference. The 70-210mm also only goes to 210mm, so you might miss some shots if they're too far away.

Just some thoughts.
Very good deal. I'm waiting for the Tamron 100-400
For the money, this is much better. Your use case requires a lens that can zoom and takes high speed pictures. Because your target is in motion, you want a faster (larger aperture) lens.

If you need something faster (lower light, indoors, more action), the Tamron 70-200 f2.8 is incredible.

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How does it compare to Canon 70-200 F4 IS L lens?
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Very good deal. I'm waiting for the Tamron 100-400
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do these work with the FTZ adapter?
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Quote from QisDenseInR :
Very good deal. I'm waiting for the Tamron 100-400
Me too. Not sure when it will come out...
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Quote from QisDenseInR :
Very good deal. I'm waiting for the Tamron 100-400
I don't know when it will go on sale, but it's an incredible lens! Super sharp, and the VC makes it usable in a pinch without a tripod
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Quote from toongsaram :
do these work with the FTZ adapter?
It should as my 70-200 g2 does
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This or canon 70-300 f4-5.6 usm ii? Lens sharpness wise... need something to shoot my kid's soccer game.
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Quote from QisDenseInR :
Very good deal. I'm waiting for the Tamron 100-400
A boy can dream. I'm waiting too
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I don't know when it will go on sale, but it's an incredible lens! Super sharp, and the VC makes it usable in a pinch without a tripod
Agree on all points! I broke mine a couple of years ago, and I've been waiting for a good sale to replace it since then.
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This or canon 70-300 f4-5.6 usm ii? Lens sharpness wise... need something to shoot my kid's soccer game.
For the money, this is much better. Your use case requires a lens that can zoom and takes high speed pictures. Because your target is in motion, you want a faster (larger aperture) lens.

If you need something faster (lower light, indoors, more action), the Tamron 70-200 f2.8 is incredible.
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I've heard some issues with Tamron not honoring their warranty.
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Quote from toongsaram :
do these work with the FTZ adapter?
https://www.tamron.com/faq/products/nikon_z.html I had similar thoughts and still it is a bit unclear on third party compatibilities
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Nm I see it's not compatible
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