|Specifications||Tamron 18-270mm f/3.5-6.3 Di II VC PZD Lens|
|Lenses / Groups||16/13|
|Angle of View: Diagonal||75° - 5°|
|Angle of View: Horizontal|
|Angle of View: Vertical|
|Aperture Range - Wide / Long||f/3.5-22 / f/6.3-40|
|Aperture Max by Focal Length||18-24mm = f/3.5
25-34mm = f/4.0
35-45mm = f/4.5
46-69mm = f/5.0
70-168mm = f/5.6
169-270mm = f/6.3
|Number of Aperture Blades||7|
|Manufacturer Specification Weight||15.9 oz|
|Actual Weight||15.7 oz|
|Lens Hood Weight||0.5 oz|
|In-Use Weight||16.2 oz|
|Manufacturer Spec Size (DxL)||2.9 x 3.8”|
|Measured Size (DxL)||2.99 x 3.87”|
|Max Length at Full Extension||6.96”|
|Internal Zoom? / Extends with Zoom?||N / Y|
|Zoom Extension Length||3.11”|
|Internal Focusing? / Extends with Focusing?||Y / N|
|Lens Hood Size (DxL)||3.31 x 1.62”|
|Lens Length with Hood (Min / Max)||5.3 / 8.4”|
|Size of Rings - Zoom / Focus||1.4” / 0.65”|
|Filter Size||62mm UV ► CP ►|
|Front Element (Filter Mount) Rotates||N|
|AF Motor Type||PZD|
|Full Time Manual Focus||N|
|Focus Ring Rotation||50°|
|Focus Limiter? / Focus Limiter Ranges||N|
|Distance Scale? / Type||Y / Printed|
|Specified Min Focus Distance||19.3” / 19.3”|
|Tested Min Focus Distance (Wide / Long)||14.92” / 16.81”|
|Maximum Magnification (MM)||0.26x|
|Zoom Ring Rotation||75°|
|Tripod Ring Included? / Removable?||N|
|Zoom Ring Lock Switch?||Y|
|Lens Hood Included / Model?||Y / DA18 Buy ►|
|Weather Sealed? / Filter Required?||N|
|Image Stabilization? / Stops? / Tripod Sensing?||Y / /|
|Case Included? / Type?||N /|
|47.25" x 31.5" Subject Framing Distance||On APS-C DSLR:
18mm = 3.44'
35mm = 6.89'
50mm = 9.48'
70mm = 13.31'
100mm = 18.16'
200mm = 33.22'
270mm = 39.78'
|Review||Tamron 18-270mm f/3.5-6.3 Di II VC PZD Lens|
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