Published November 17, 2021|
At first glance, the Tamron 35-150mm F2-2.8 might seem like an odd focal length range, but Chris argues that it suits the needs of a wide range of people like wedding photographers, portraiturers and even professionals travel.
Overall, it delivers excellent image quality, and the fast aperture makes it extremely versatile. However, Chris found a major flaw in his testing that could affect some photographers. See his full review to see what he thinks of it and who it’s best for.
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