Tamron 28-75mm f/2.8 Di III RXD Sony FE

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Tamron 28-75mm f/2.8 Di III RXD Sony FE
Tamron 28-75mm f/2.8 Di III RXD Sony FE + UV Filter 67mm + Elite Lenspen

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Key specs

Lens mount
Sony E mount
Suitable for camera type
Full frame
Lens compatible with
Sony mirrorless cameras
Zoom or prime lens
Zoom lens
Lens type
Standard

Pros and cons

According to our camera lens expert
  • Thanks to the large maximum aperture, you can create a lot of depth of field in your photos.
  • When zooming in, the light intensity will remain the same, allowing you to take sharp photos at dark locations.
  • Thanks to the quick autofocus, you can capture fast action in sharp focus.
  • The lens has no image stabilization to reduce motion blur.
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Description

With the Tamron 28-75mm f/2.8 Di III RXD Sony FE standard lens, you can capture landscapes, buildings, and portraits. You create a large depth of field effect, thanks to the maximum aperture of f/2.8. This will separate your subject from the background. You use this in portrait photography, for example. The aperture value remains the same while zooming in. This means that the brightness remains the same. This allows you to take sharp photos in dark locations. Do you want to capture fast actions sharply? You can do that thanks to the fast autofocus of this lens. Inside the lens is a sensor that detects the position of the lens in relation to the subject. This allows you to focus accurately, even when your subject is moving.

With the Tamron 28-75mm f/2.8 Di III RXD Sony FE standard lens, you can capture landscapes, buildings, and portraits. You create a large depth of field effect, thanks to the maximum aperture of f/2.8. This will separate your subject from the background. You use this in portrait photography, for example. The aperture value remains the same while zooming in. This means that the brightness remains the same. This allows you to take sharp photos in dark locations. Do you want to capture fast actions sharply? You can do that thanks to the fast autofocus of this lens. Inside the lens is a sensor that detects the position of the lens in relation to the subject. This allows you to focus accurately, even when your subject is moving.


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Key specs

Lens mount
Sony E mount
Suitable for camera type
Full frame
Lens compatible with
Sony mirrorless cameras
Zoom or prime lens
Zoom lens
Lens type
Standard

Reviews

Most helpful reviews

  • Our expert review Versatile and bright zoom lens

    Matty. Cameraspecialist | 25 January 2021 | In the version: Lens | Automatically translated from Dutch

    • The versatile zoom range means I don't have to constantly change lenses
    • Bright over the entire zoom range
    • The lens feels solid good
    • No optical image stabilization to prevent motion blur

    The Tamron 28-75 mm f/2.8 Di III RXD Sony FE is a versatile zoom lens with which I take both photos and videos. The zoom range is wide enough for landscapes and also zooms in enough for portraits. I use the maximum aperture of f/2.8 that is available over the entire zoom range, so the brightness remains the same. The aperture of f/2.8 ensures that I also take photos and videos in the twilight. The lens feels sturdy and the size and weight are not too bad for me.

    Versatile zoom range
    Personally, I prefer to shoot with prime lenses, but I had forgotten how nice it is not to have to change the lens for every composition. A pleasant surprise. I like that the zoom range includes my most used focal lengths, 35mm, 50mm and 75mm. For example, I will spend a day shooting with only one lens and still capture landscapes, architecture and portraits. This says a lot about the versatility of this lens.

    Bright
    I have secretly become enthusiastic about this zoom lens. This is mainly due to the constant maximum aperture of f/2.8. The lens retains its brightness over the entire zoom range. If this is the only lens I have with me on a day trip, I wouldn't worry about darker situations. The lens allows sufficient light through with aperture f/2.8, so that I don't have to increase the ISO values drastically. Clear images are the result. At the same time I also create a depth of field effect. This separates my subject from the background. This makes this lens a fine and bright all-rounder for me.

    Build quality
    I am amazed at the build quality of the lens when unpacking. Is this a bright full frame zoom lens? The weight and size are not that bad. The material is sturdy and feels good. It seems large in combination with the compact Sony A7C, which is a bit to swallow. The relatively low weight ensures that the lens does not feel overly large. While shooting I have no problems with zooming in and out. The lens goes smoothly from 28mm to 75mm and back again. Thanks to the rubber edge around the mount and seals against dust and splash water, I will definitely take the lens with me during a light rain shower.

    Matty. Cameraspecialist | 25 January 2021 | In the version: Lens | Automatically translated from Dutch
  • 4.5 / 5 stars
    9,2/10
    great lens

    Paul Van den Bosch | 15 October 2018 | In the version: Lens | Automatically translated from Dutch

    • Price vs Sony FE
    • Weight vs. Sony FE
    • Getting used to zoom ring
    • Slightly stiff zoom ring

    Excellent alternative to the Sony 24-70 2.8, unfortunately without the focus button, but for the price I can't complain.

    Paul Van den Bosch | 15 October 2018 | In the version: Lens | Automatically translated from Dutch
  • 4.5 / 5 stars
    8,8/10
    Great for its price

    Wim De Saeytyd | 5 March 2019 | In the version: Lens | Automatically translated from Dutch

    • Price quality should not compromise this lens much compared to an equivalent G-Master from Sony
    • Zoom range is just as good as the Sony 25-70mm
    • The lens is certainly not too heavy and on my Sony A7RII in good balance
    • Tamron certainly hit the bull's eye with this new lens
    • I don't like the focus ring that rotates all the way around.

    I've done a lot of testing, including cropping. If you take a photo in max zoom (75 mm) and you want to crop a detail up to 200%, the image will remain razor sharp. The bokeh is also fine. Price-quality a real top lens

    Wim De Saeytyd | 5 March 2019 | In the version: Lens | Automatically translated from Dutch
  • 4.5 / 5 stars
    9,2/10
    absolute must for the A7 series
    • super sharp
    • light for an f2.8
    • reasonably priced
    • plastic material instead of aluminum
    • non-slip zoom
    • zoom in front instead of back lens

    Superb lens for the money, an f2.8 aperture throughout the range and that in a fairly light lens. AF is quiet and fast, works perfectly like a native Sony lens

    Hans von der Crone | 23 August 2018 | In the version: Lens | Automatically translated from Dutch
  • 5 / 5 stars
    10/10
    A lot of quality for relatively little money!
    • Very sharp lens
    • Price
    • No

    It is a real all-rounder and I am very happy with it. Price-quality ratio is very good!
    In many situations this lens is not inferior (and is even better in some situations) than the Sony GM version, which is considerably more expensive!

    I am happy with it and can recommend this lens to everyone!

    nurmedia | 8 August 2019 | In the version: Lens | Automatically translated from Dutch
  • 4.5 / 5 stars
    8,7/10
    Great lens for a great price.
    • price quality
    • reach
    • depth of Field
    • zoom ring placement

    Great lens, especially for this price. With this lens you have an all-round lens that you can use in all directions and you can also take beautiful photos in less good light.
    The only thing you have to get used to is the placement of the zoom ring, which is not placed close to the camera as usual with a zoom lens, but at the front of the lens. However, this does not matter and does not affect the quality of the lens.

    Stacey O. | 29 December 2020 | In the version: Lens | Automatically translated from Dutch
  • 4.5 / 5 stars
    9,0/10
    Value for money
    • Relatively low weight
    • Excellent sharp photos
    • Very competitive price
    • No built-in image stabilization

    Excellent, very solid entry-level lens that is relatively light due to its plastic housing. Excellent choice for starter lens for users of the Sony Alpha series where the image stabilization is already built into the body.

    Hugo | 14 February 2021 | In the version: Lens | Automatically translated from Dutch
  • 5 / 5 stars
    10/10
    EXCELLENT MUST BUY FOR ALL SONY SHOOTERS
    • IMAGE QUALITY
    • SHARPNESS
    • VESATILITY
    • NO STABLIZATION

    EXCELLENT MUST BUY OR ALL SONY SHOOTERS

    SHEIK ANSAR Usman Ibrahim | 10 March 2019 | In the version: Lens
  • 5 / 5 stars
    10/10
    The ultimate lens for the A7III
    • super sharp
    • nice zoom range
    • price
    • super fast autofocus
    • can sometimes be a little wider
    • 2.8

    The Tamron in combination with an A7III is all you need. You can literally do anything you want. Portraits, landscapes etc are not an issue for this lens. It's also super sharp at all apertures. Are you looking for an all in 1 lens then this is your lens

    Gary | 18 September 2018 | In the version: Lens | Automatically translated from Dutch