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new Tamron 24-70 F2.8 VC vs. Canon L 24-105 F4 IS

 
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Aug 17, 2012 12:24 as a reply to  @ post 14724873 |  #31

Hello, just got the Tamron 24-70 2.8 VC and I like it. Corner are better the the Canon 24-70 and sharpness over the whole range is good enough to replace my Canon. I tried it in a store and the contrst was better with the Tamron also sometimes give me more speed than the Canon. Here some shots.

Handheld, 1/90, ISO 50, 70mm 2.8, VC activated, 5DMKII

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Here with a TC1.4X II Canon, yes it's work but autofocus is slower and you cannot go les than 37mm....because inner lens stop on the TC that go inside the lens but both have same diameter and the TC have a rubber edge fit the lens inside the Tamron.

70mm 2.8 with TC give 98mm f4, VC activated

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May 13, 2013 02:07 |  #32

any updates on the Tamron 24-70mm vs Canon 24-105mm debate?


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May 13, 2013 02:51 |  #33

ChadAndreo wrote in post #15926359 (external link)
any updates on the Tamron 24-70mm vs Canon 24-105mm debate?

Its quite simple; if you want f2.8, get the Tamron. If you want 105mm, get the Canon.


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