Posted on November 17, 2021|
The Tamron 35-150mm F2-2.8 may seem like an odd focal range at first, but Chris argues that it makes the perfect spot for many people such as wedding photographers, portrait photographers, and even travel photographers.
Overall, it offers great image quality and its fast aperture makes it very versatile. However, Chris found one major flaw in his test that may affect some photographers. Watch his full review to see what he thinks and who is best suited for him.
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