If you’re in the market for Tamron prime lenses, take a look at our buyer’s guide.
Tamron has gone from strength to strength over the last few years. The quality of the lenses they’re putting out has shot through the roof. Photographers who use Tamron lenses can expect outstanding image quality and excellent build quality. One thing that hasn’t gone through the roof though is their prices. In fact, they’re still some of the most affordable prime lenses available. We’ve reviewed most of the Tamron prime lenses on the market, and we have now updated our Tamron prime lens guide so that you can find all the reviews (and any future Tamron prime lens reviews) in one location. For more information about our guide for Tamron prime lenses, head past the break.
We have updated our buyer’s guide to include four new Tamron prime lenses we have reviewed. The guide, which already featured many excellent offerings, now includes three new Tamron f2.8 Sony E mount primes – the Tamron 20mm F2.8 Di III OSD, the 24mm f2.8 Di III OSD M1:2, and the 35mm F2.8 Di III OSD. These small, weather-sealed primes cost less than $300 each and have been selling like hotcakes! They all reviewed incredibly well. If you own a Sony E mount camera, you’d be crazy not to take a closer look at them. You’ll also find the 35mm f1.4 for Canon EF, and the Nikon F mount has been added. This is a lens that scored a solid four out of five stars in our review.
We’re sure Tamron has plenty of new lenses that will come out in the near future too. As we complete our real-world reviews on all new Tamron lenses, our guide will be updated. So, head on over to it and bookmark it.
The guide for Tamron prime lenses has been brought up to date to match our current editing style as well. Because of the update, the guide is now much easier to read. You’ll find all the pertinent information you need to help you make an informed buying decision.
You’ll also find links back to the original lens reviews as well. So, our big Tamron prime lens guide is all you need. A table of contents has been added so that you can quickly get to the lens you’re interested in the most. If you love Tamron prime lenses and want quick, at a glance, information, bookmark the guide so you can get to it quickly.