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hyphotographer

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hyphotographer Registered since 19th Mar 2012
Wed 04-Sep-13 08:41 PM

I have a Tamron 70-300mm Di f4.5-5.6 without image stabilisation. When shooting at 300mm, I have to crank up to high shutter speeds such as 1/2000 which implies my ISO will have to set at 800 or above, with f/8 for improve sharpness and reduced chromatic aberation.

If I shoot at some low shutter speeds, say between 1/400 and 1/800, I hopeless get hand shake effects.

I guess shooting at 300mm requires a tripod.

The lens do not have brilliant sharpness too.

I would not recommend it for anyone.

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