Tamron AF 70-300mm f/4-5.6 LD (Model 372D)

(1 customer review)

Tamron AF 70-300mm f/4-5.6 LD (Model 372D) is a camera glass that allows you to zoom in up to 300mm, making it a great choice for taking pictures of distant objects. It has both autofocus and manual focus options, giving you more control over your shots. The lens is made up of multiple glass elements, which help to produce high-quality images with good resolution. The lens coating helps to reduce flare and ghosting, resulting in clearer photos. The lens has a variable aperture, which means that the amount of light that enters the lens can change depending on the zoom level. The build quality of the lens is good, making it durable and long-lasting. The bokeh, or the quality of the out-of-focus areas in a photo, is decent. The lens has been available for a while, so it may not be the newest option on the market, but it still performs well and is a good alternative to more expensive lenses.



Blades 9
Filter (mm) 58
Length (mm) 115.5
Min focus (m) 1.5
Weight (g) 518
Aperture 4/22
Focal Length (mm) 70-300

Overall rating

based on 2 reviews

bokeh (3.0)

mechanical quality (3.5)

optical quality (4.0)

usability (5.0)

value (5.0)


1 review for Tamron AF 70-300mm f/4-5.6 LD (Model 372D)

  1. allphotolenses.com

    2.0 allphotolenses.com user rated as 4.1/5

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