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  • Oh, boy I got my ass handed to me by that nasty bug! The last two days have been quite the challenge so I’m just now catching up with my messages.

The only upside to it (if you could call it an upside) is that I was able to prepare this and share some brief thoughts on the @tamronusa 17-28

If you have a crop sensor camera but want to know what it might be like to have a wide angle lens on a full frame camera, you need to check this out!

I specifically bought this to use on my crop sensor camera (a6300). I feel that it is the perfect fast, wide angle lens at a reasonable price like it’s older sibling, the best selling Tamron 28-75. I suppose I don’t need to point out that they compliment each other very, very well.

I specifically wanted to get this so that I can still benefit from the small size of the A6300 without sacrificing the wide focal length.

Size wise, they’re almost similar but the 17-28 is a tad bit shorter. They both have the same build quality but the only thing I noticed is that the 17-28 is much tighter when screwing it on to the camera body.

They both have the same filter size and they’re both tack sharp as I expected. The 17-28 has quite a bit of distortion at its widest when mounted on the A7iii but that’s expected for something this wide.

Swipe though the photos to see what the 17-28 looks like on the A6300 vs the 28-75 mounted on the A7iii.

Obviously, the 28-75 will beat out the 17-28 at it’s longest focal length. But 28mm on a crop sensor is around 42mm. Which effectively gives you something like a 25.5mm—42mm! To me that’s just an awesome walk around, go anywhere lens! The benefits of both wide angle and “almost” nifty-fifty range.

I realize that I’m not a professional lens reviewer so please ask me questions about it and I’ll do my best to give you an answer.

Right now, it’s perfect for my a6300 especially when taking photos of my desk and various items on it. I do very much recommend it 👌🏼 .
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#techreview #lensreview #mirrorlessgeeks #mirrorlesscamera #a6300club #bealpha #sonyalpha #creativespace #desksetup #tamron1728 Oh, boy I got my ass handed to me by that nasty bug! The last two days have been quite the challenge so I’m just now catching up with my messages. The only upside to it (if you could call it an upside) is that I was able to prepare this and share some brief thoughts on the @tamronusa 17-28 If you have a crop sensor camera but want to know what it might be like to have a wide angle lens on a full frame camera, you need to check this out! I specifically bought this to use on my crop sensor camera (a6300). I feel that it is the perfect fast, wide angle lens at a reasonable price like it’s older sibling, the best selling Tamron 28-75. I suppose I don’t need to point out that they compliment each other very, very well. I specifically wanted to get this so that I can still benefit from the small size of the A6300 without sacrificing the wide focal length. Size wise, they’re almost similar but the 17-28 is a tad bit shorter. They both have the same build quality but the only thing I noticed is that the 17-28 is much tighter when screwing it on to the camera body. They both have the same filter size and they’re both tack sharp as I expected. The 17-28 has quite a bit of distortion at its widest when mounted on the A7iii but that’s expected for something this wide. Swipe though the photos to see what the 17-28 looks like on the A6300 vs the 28-75 mounted on the A7iii. Obviously, the 28-75 will beat out the 17-28 at it’s longest focal length. But 28mm on a crop sensor is around 42mm. Which effectively gives you something like a 25.5mm—42mm! To me that’s just an awesome walk around, go anywhere lens! The benefits of both wide angle and “almost” nifty-fifty range. I realize that I’m not a professional lens reviewer so please ask me questions about it and I’ll do my best to give you an answer. Right now, it’s perfect for my a6300 especially when taking photos of my desk and various items on it. I do very much recommend it 👌🏼 . . . . . #techreview #lensreview #mirrorlessgeeks #mirrorlesscamera #a6300club #bealpha #sonyalpha #creativespace #desksetup #tamron1728
  • Oh, boy I got my ass handed to me by that nasty bug! The last two days have been quite the challenge so I’m just now catching up with my messages. The only upside to it (if you could call it an upside) is that I was able to prepare this and share some brief thoughts on the @tamronusa 17-28 If you have a crop sensor camera but want to know what it might be like to have a wide angle lens on a full frame camera, you need to check this out! I specifically bought this to use on my crop sensor camera (a6300). I feel that it is the perfect fast, wide angle lens at a reasonable price like it’s older sibling, the best selling Tamron 28-75. I suppose I don’t need to point out that they compliment each other very, very well. I specifically wanted to get this so that I can still benefit from the small size of the A6300 without sacrificing the wide focal length. Size wise, they’re almost similar but the 17-28 is a tad bit shorter. They both have the same build quality but the only thing I noticed is that the 17-28 is much tighter when screwing it on to the camera body. They both have the same filter size and they’re both tack sharp as I expected. The 17-28 has quite a bit of distortion at its widest when mounted on the A7iii but that’s expected for something this wide. Swipe though the photos to see what the 17-28 looks like on the A6300 vs the 28-75 mounted on the A7iii. Obviously, the 28-75 will beat out the 17-28 at it’s longest focal length. But 28mm on a crop sensor is around 42mm. Which effectively gives you something like a 25.5mm—42mm! To me that’s just an awesome walk around, go anywhere lens! The benefits of both wide angle and “almost” nifty-fifty range. I realize that I’m not a professional lens reviewer so please ask me questions about it and I’ll do my best to give you an answer. Right now, it’s perfect for my a6300 especially when taking photos of my desk and various items on it. I do very much recommend it 👌🏼 . . . . . #techreview #lensreview #mirrorlessgeeks #mirrorlesscamera #a6300club #bealpha #sonyalpha #creativespace #desksetup #tamron1728
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