• Tamron AF 18-200mm F/3.5-6.3 Di-II VC All-in-One Zoom for Canon APS-C Digital SLR
Tamron AF 18-200mm F/3.5-6.3 Di-II VC All-in-One Zoom for Canon APS-C Digital SLR

Tamron AF 18-200mm F/3.5-6.3 Di-II VC All-in-One Zoom for Canon APS-C Digital SLR

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  • Designed exclusively for APS-C DSLR cameras
  • Maximum diameter: 75mm.6 Year warranty
  • VC (Vibration Compensation) for sharp handheld shooting
  • Compatible Mounts Canon, Nikon, Sony 3
  • Minimum Object Distance- 0.49m/19.3 inch.(at 180mm). 0.77m/30.3 inch. (at 35mm).[at f=18, 200mm: 0.5m /19.7 inch.]

Customer Reviews

Great lens. Great price. This is a great all parties lens. I have an older Canon model and while this is an aftermarket product, it works perfectly. I cannot afford the Canon brand of lenses and I found that Tamron and Sigma make great alternatives.This is a great all purpose lens. The lens is not super but sufficient. It is great for portrait photography. 5Fantastic Prime Lens I have a Canon SL1 purchased a few years ago. Like most people I take most all my photos outdoors, visit National Parks. I was tired of carrying a bag full of lens and wanted to get my camera bag down to two lens. First let me say I'm not a professional photographer but love taking great photo's. My goal was to find a light all in one lens, close up and zoom. Up to this point my Canon 55-250mm was my prime lens. Then a friend told me about a newer version of Tamron lens, the 18-200mm F/3.5-6.3 Di ll VC. I loved the 18mm for close ups and 200mm would be plenty for zooming in. It weighted 1.19 lbs compared to my Canon 55-250mm at 0.83 lbs. Not much different until I took some photos. I was really impress and pleased with it's performance especially when getting close up photos, sweet. I carry three lens in my bag now, I know I said I wanted only two, my nifty 50 and 24mm pancake lens. If I'm in the city I use my nifty 50 during the daytime and my 24mm in low light conditions. BIG TIP: be sure your firmware on your Canon camera is up to date or the Tamron may struggle communicating with your Canon. Easy and free to update firmware. Call Canon at 1-800-652-2666, they're super. 5Can't Focus -- All pics Are Blurred I was geeked to get the Tamron 18-200mm lenses for my Canon Rebel 5ti camera.The other reviews had me convinced for the price it was quite a deal, for a good versatile lenses that would keep me from having to constantly switch out lenses.Well, sadly, this one proves -- you get what you pay for. I have been doing photography for the better part of a decade. Every photo I shot was absolutely BLURRY. Out of a practice round of several hundred photos I got NOT A SINGLE crisp, clear photo.What a disappointment. You can literally see the glass lenses inside physically moving as you try to adjust the focus.NOT worth the money, time, nor disappointment. Stick with the brands. 1Ecellent low cost lens. This is an excellent lens at a very modest price. It cost only a few dollars more than a similar used one made by a competitor which promptly revealed why it no longer belonged to the original owner. Its specifications are also equal to and in some areas greater than those of a well known name brand in the same category with a $400 greater price tag. I use the term "solid" to describe its performance. It focuses quickly and quietly. If I consider another lens in the future Tamron will certainly be one brand that I will consider. 5Awesome Lens option I bought this lens looking for an all purpose option at times. I am very pleased with what i can do with this lens at different events. It allows me to travel with one lens and still be able to get great shots. It's flexibility in range is great without compromising quality pics. HIghly recommend this for beginners and intermediate photographer. And if you just want to be a great "picture taker" this is your lens..Canon Rebel 5Really Good Lens This is a really good lens. The zoom motor is super quiet. My old one died and I needed a new one fast for the Atlantic City Air Show. As you can see from the pics, It has good focus and once it locks on it is really sharp. The only reason I with held a star was it is a little slow in acquiring focus. It take about one second for it to aquire the subject. Not bad for photographing a tree, a big problem when you're trying to get a shot of two jets travelling at each other at 600 MPH. I needed a lens and this was the only one available next day. I am not sorry I purchased this lens. 4Jack of all trades, master of the light bag. Tamron Lens Fixed Zoom 18-200mm Di II VC All-in-One Zoom for CanonThe Tamron Lens is a great all-purpose lens for photography enthusiasts. It's built for APS-C (crop sensor) EF-mount cameras (Canon) and can be used for a variety of photographic applications from portraits to landscapes. It's not the fastest lens out there, with an f/3.5-6.3 aperture but it delivers sharp images and will cut down on the number of lenses you'll carry - especially helpful if you plan on taking this out for a vacation. Very simply, if you're looking for great range of focal lengths, compatible with the camera's auto-focusing system, and has some image stabilization it's really difficult to pass up on the Tamron 18-200mm Di VC. 4Stabilization king I have a lot of very expensive lenses but I bought this because I was going on a trip and needed one lens that I didn't care if it took a beating. I am very pleasantly surprised bu this lens for one reason: the stabilization is crazy good. First off, the images themselves are kind of soft and the colors aren't that great, but that is to be expected of a budget lens. I'm giving this thing 5 stars solely for the the stabilization... holy cow is it good. I was worried that the small aperture would make this lens terrible in low light, but with VC turned on I kid you not I can hand hold a photo at 2 seconds or more if I'm steady. I can't do that on any of my expensive canon glass. 5A great addition for my camera arsenal! A great addition to my camera lenses!! I love that I don't have to keep changing my lenses for up close to distant shots all the time. This works great for taking flowers,birds & animal pictures.A must have for these kinds of picture taking. I'm going to have fun taking all kinds of bird pictures with this great lens! The auto-focus & anti-shake features work great for my Canon Rebel EOS SL1 camera!! This is really a great lens for the price. Works great for the beginner to intermediate photographer alike. Good luck! 5Great Budget Lens for the Hobbyist or casual photographer A good deal and a useful lens if you learn how to use it. Look at the price. Now look at the focal range. There are always compromises with zoom lenses and there are with this one, however, you can take some very fine photos with this lens but you have to do more than point and shoot. It's not good for low light - the brighter the better! Don't expect sharp photos at the extreme ends if you shoot wide open, crank it down several F-stops and everything will sharpen. I've included two photos at 200mm, 100%, one F6 and one F13. At 18 mm, decreasing the aperture doesn't improve sharpness as much. By 24mm, images are pretty sharp at wider apertures and remain so until you get to the upper ranges.I've had no problems with autofocus or VC, all the sample photos were taken hand held with both engaged. Fit and finsh are acceptable, mine came with a 6yr warranty. It's light weight makes it ideal for travel and hiking.Four stars for value and is not meant to imply that this is the equal to lenses costing hundreds or thousands of dollars more, but within its class of economical budget lenses for hobby photographers, this offers a lot of bang for the buck. 4
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Description
  • Designed exclusively for APS-C DSLR cameras
  • Maximum diameter: 75mm.6 Year warranty
  • VC (Vibration Compensation) for sharp handheld shooting
  • Compatible Mounts Canon, Nikon, Sony 3
  • Minimum Object Distance- 0.49m/19.3 inch.(at 180mm). 0.77m/30.3 inch. (at 35mm).[at f=18, 200mm: 0.5m /19.7 inch.]
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Great lens. Great price. This is a great all parties lens. I have an older Canon model and while this is an aftermarket product, it works perfectly. I cannot afford the Canon brand of lenses and I found that Tamron and Sigma make great alternatives.This is a great all purpose lens. The lens is not super but sufficient. It is great for portrait photography. 5Fantastic Prime Lens I have a Canon SL1 purchased a few years ago. Like most people I take most all my photos outdoors, visit National Parks. I was tired of carrying a bag full of lens and wanted to get my camera bag down to two lens. First let me say I'm not a professional photographer but love taking great photo's. My goal was to find a light all in one lens, close up and zoom. Up to this point my Canon 55-250mm was my prime lens. Then a friend told me about a newer version of Tamron lens, the 18-200mm F/3.5-6.3 Di ll VC. I loved the 18mm for close ups and 200mm would be plenty for zooming in. It weighted 1.19 lbs compared to my Canon 55-250mm at 0.83 lbs. Not much different until I took some photos. I was really impress and pleased with it's performance especially when getting close up photos, sweet. I carry three lens in my bag now, I know I said I wanted only two, my nifty 50 and 24mm pancake lens. If I'm in the city I use my nifty 50 during the daytime and my 24mm in low light conditions. BIG TIP: be sure your firmware on your Canon camera is up to date or the Tamron may struggle communicating with your Canon. Easy and free to update firmware. Call Canon at 1-800-652-2666, they're super. 5Can't Focus -- All pics Are Blurred I was geeked to get the Tamron 18-200mm lenses for my Canon Rebel 5ti camera.The other reviews had me convinced for the price it was quite a deal, for a good versatile lenses that would keep me from having to constantly switch out lenses.Well, sadly, this one proves -- you get what you pay for. I have been doing photography for the better part of a decade. Every photo I shot was absolutely BLURRY. Out of a practice round of several hundred photos I got NOT A SINGLE crisp, clear photo.What a disappointment. You can literally see the glass lenses inside physically moving as you try to adjust the focus.NOT worth the money, time, nor disappointment. Stick with the brands. 1Ecellent low cost lens. This is an excellent lens at a very modest price. It cost only a few dollars more than a similar used one made by a competitor which promptly revealed why it no longer belonged to the original owner. Its specifications are also equal to and in some areas greater than those of a well known name brand in the same category with a $400 greater price tag. I use the term "solid" to describe its performance. It focuses quickly and quietly. If I consider another lens in the future Tamron will certainly be one brand that I will consider. 5Awesome Lens option I bought this lens looking for an all purpose option at times. I am very pleased with what i can do with this lens at different events. It allows me to travel with one lens and still be able to get great shots. It's flexibility in range is great without compromising quality pics. HIghly recommend this for beginners and intermediate photographer. And if you just want to be a great "picture taker" this is your lens..Canon Rebel 5Really Good Lens This is a really good lens. The zoom motor is super quiet. My old one died and I needed a new one fast for the Atlantic City Air Show. As you can see from the pics, It has good focus and once it locks on it is really sharp. The only reason I with held a star was it is a little slow in acquiring focus. It take about one second for it to aquire the subject. Not bad for photographing a tree, a big problem when you're trying to get a shot of two jets travelling at each other at 600 MPH. I needed a lens and this was the only one available next day. I am not sorry I purchased this lens. 4Jack of all trades, master of the light bag. Tamron Lens Fixed Zoom 18-200mm Di II VC All-in-One Zoom for CanonThe Tamron Lens is a great all-purpose lens for photography enthusiasts. It's built for APS-C (crop sensor) EF-mount cameras (Canon) and can be used for a variety of photographic applications from portraits to landscapes. It's not the fastest lens out there, with an f/3.5-6.3 aperture but it delivers sharp images and will cut down on the number of lenses you'll carry - especially helpful if you plan on taking this out for a vacation. Very simply, if you're looking for great range of focal lengths, compatible with the camera's auto-focusing system, and has some image stabilization it's really difficult to pass up on the Tamron 18-200mm Di VC. 4Stabilization king I have a lot of very expensive lenses but I bought this because I was going on a trip and needed one lens that I didn't care if it took a beating. I am very pleasantly surprised bu this lens for one reason: the stabilization is crazy good. First off, the images themselves are kind of soft and the colors aren't that great, but that is to be expected of a budget lens. I'm giving this thing 5 stars solely for the the stabilization... holy cow is it good. I was worried that the small aperture would make this lens terrible in low light, but with VC turned on I kid you not I can hand hold a photo at 2 seconds or more if I'm steady. I can't do that on any of my expensive canon glass. 5A great addition for my camera arsenal! A great addition to my camera lenses!! I love that I don't have to keep changing my lenses for up close to distant shots all the time. This works great for taking flowers,birds & animal pictures.A must have for these kinds of picture taking. I'm going to have fun taking all kinds of bird pictures with this great lens! The auto-focus & anti-shake features work great for my Canon Rebel EOS SL1 camera!! This is really a great lens for the price. Works great for the beginner to intermediate photographer alike. Good luck! 5Great Budget Lens for the Hobbyist or casual photographer A good deal and a useful lens if you learn how to use it. Look at the price. Now look at the focal range. There are always compromises with zoom lenses and there are with this one, however, you can take some very fine photos with this lens but you have to do more than point and shoot. It's not good for low light - the brighter the better! Don't expect sharp photos at the extreme ends if you shoot wide open, crank it down several F-stops and everything will sharpen. I've included two photos at 200mm, 100%, one F6 and one F13. At 18 mm, decreasing the aperture doesn't improve sharpness as much. By 24mm, images are pretty sharp at wider apertures and remain so until you get to the upper ranges.I've had no problems with autofocus or VC, all the sample photos were taken hand held with both engaged. Fit and finsh are acceptable, mine came with a 6yr warranty. It's light weight makes it ideal for travel and hiking.Four stars for value and is not meant to imply that this is the equal to lenses costing hundreds or thousands of dollars more, but within its class of economical budget lenses for hobby photographers, this offers a lot of bang for the buck. 4
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  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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Shipment tracking ID will be provided after your product(s) is dispatched. The delivery date stated is indicative and subject to availability, payment authorization, verification, and processing. In case your product(s) is not delivered due to an incorrect or invalid address, we will not be able to process any claims. However, we will notify you if it is returned to us.

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