Tamron SP AF 150-600mm 5-6.3 DI - Sony A Mount Lens

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This 4x ultra-telephoto provides an even greater focal length range than Tamron's compact 200-500mm (Model A08). Its extra-long focal length range from 150mm to 600mm presents exciting possibilities for bird, wildlife and sports photography. Its compact size and newly designed tripod mount make it surprisingly easy to handle for a lens with such an extensive reach.

 

Like all Tamron's latest premium SP (Super Performance) lenses, the Model A011 is enhanced by VC (Vibration Compensation)* image stabilisation and USD (Ultrasonic Silent Drive) for speedy, precise autofocus. State-of-the-art eBAND (Extended Bandwidth & Angular-Dependency) Coating, a nanotechnology-based coating technique recently developed by Tamron, significantly reduces the unwanted light reflections that cause flare and ghosting.

 

Designed for full-frame DLSRs, this lens has a stunning equivalent focal length range of 233mm to 930mm when mounted on an APS-C size DSLR.

 

*The Sony mount does not include VC, since Sony digital SLR bodies include built-in image stabilisation functionality. The product name for Sony cameras is "SP 150-600mm F/5-6.3 Di USD (Model A011)", without the VC designation.

Model no. A011

Lens construction 20 elements in 13 groups (3 LD elements)

Angle of view

(diagonal) 16°25' - 4°8' (for full frame format)

10°38' - 2°40' (for APS-C format)

Focal length 150mm to 600mm

Maximum aperture f/5–6.3

Diaphragm blade number 9

Minimum apertures f/32-40

Minimum focus 2.7m

Macro magnification ratio 1:5

Filter size 95mm

Weight* 1951g (68.8 oz)

Diameter x length** 105.6mm x 257.8mm

Supplied accessories Lens hood, detachable tripod mount

Mounts available Canon, Nikon, Sony

*Values given are for Nikon mount.

** Length is the distance between the front tip of the lens and the mount face

 

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