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The most compact and lightest in the history of fast zoom lenses.
Di: Digitally Integrated Design, is a designation Tamron puts on lenses featuring optical systems designed to meet the performance characteristics of digital SLR cameras.
Thanks to the revolutionary downsizing "XR" technology employed by Tamron in the development of high-power zoom lenses such as the 28-200mm and 28-300mm, the dramatic compactness that makes this lens the world's smallest and lightest is achieved. Its compactness makes it look and feel like an ordinary standard zoom lens, yet the versatility that a fast constant maximum aperture offers will definitely reshape your photographic horizons.
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|Mounts||Canon EOS (EF), Canon EOS (EF-S), Nikon F (DX)|
|Lens Construction (Groups/Elements)||14/16|
|Angle of View||75°-32°|
|Type of Zooming||Rotation|
|Diaphragm Blade Number||9|
|Minimum Focus Distance||19.3in.(0.49m)|
|Macro Magnification Ratio||1:2.9|
|Diameter x Length||ø2.9 x 3.3in. (ø73 x 83.7mm)|