These Tamron lenses with Sony’s E mount are cheaper than ever before!
Tamron has been knocking it out of the park with their lenses for Sony’s E mount cameras lately, and now you can get two of their very best on the cheap for a limited time. The Tamron 17-28mm f2.8 Di III RXD has crashed in price to just $799, and the versatile Tamron 28075mm f2.8 Di III RXD has plummeted to only $799 as well. This is the cheapest we have ever seen these lenses. Join us after the break for more details.
The sale on these lenses will only be good through Sunday, August 23rd, so if you want to add some high-quality lenses to your lens library, you’ll have to act fast. We have reviewed both of these lenses and have been blown away by them. Check out what we had to say about them below.
Tamron 17-28mm F2.8 Di III RXD (Almost G Master Sharpness)
We had such a great time with this lens during our review period that we didn’t want to take it off our camera. Thanks to its small size, low weight, and simply jaw-dropping image quality, the Tamron 17-28mm f2.8 Di III RXD became an instant hit for us. Couple these things with the fact that this lens is weather-sealed to the nines, and that it can focus just as fast as offerings from Sony and you have a winner on your hands. Here are the pros and cons from our full review:
- Weather sealed
- Sharp image quality
- Fast autofocus – nearly on the same level as Sony’s
- Overall pretty useful
- We wish it were just a little bit wider
Buy now on sale: $799
Tamron 28-75mm F2.8 Di III RXD
The incredibly versatile Tamron 28075mm f2.8 Di III RXD is another firm favorite of ours. Like the 17-28mm listed above, this lens is low on weight and high on quality. You’re going to get tons of weather sealing, which means you can shoot out in the elements with ease. You’re also going to get super-fast autofocus capabilities, and you will find out that the optics in this lens can produce stunning results. The Tamron 28-75mm f2.8 is one of the most versatile E mount lenses out there, and at its current sale price it’s hard to ignore. Here are the pros and cons from our review:
- Weather sealing
- Sharp optics
- Fast-focusing in pretty much any situation
- Nice bokeh
- Small and lightweight
- More than good enough for what most photographers will need to do
- Not quite at G Master levels, but it’s close
Buy now on sale: $799
Remember, the sale on these two great Tamron lenses will be over on Sunday, August 23rd. So, if you want to add two quality, weather-sealed lenses to your collection, you will have to act fast. Don’t miss out.