published on Monday, November 15, 2021 at 4:30 p.m. EST
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As we continue to work on our Tamron 11-20mm F2.8 Di III-A RXD practice review, we wanted to let you know that our real world gallery images are now live. You can view them and download full-size versions, including our real-world sharpness test shots.
Not to spoil my next review, but Tamron’s first compact ultra-wide for E-mount APS-C sensor cameras is a great little lens. Offering a 35mm equivalent zoom range of 17-30mm and a constant F2.8 aperture, the Tamron 11-20mm F2.8 is well suited for landscape photography. I also used it a lot at night and the lens worked well, providing good sharpness when shooting wide aperture and doing a good job of controlling comatic aberration.
Shot on Sony A7R IV at 14mm (21mm equivalent), F2.8, 8s, ISO 8000. This image has been retouched.
When it comes to overall image quality, the lens performs well over its entire zoom range and over a large part of the frame. While there are some issues with smoothness in some situations, especially at the extreme edges of the image area, and the lens sometimes struggles with some minor chromatic aberration, it is a very good lens in the together.
Shot on Sony A7R IV at 11mm (17mm equiv.), F11, 3.2s, ISO 100. This image has been retouched.
There is a lot more to say about the Tamron 11-20mm F2.8 Di III-A RXD lens, almost all positive, so stay tuned to Imaging resource for our full review. In the meantime, go to the Gallery.
Shot on Sony A7R IV at 18mm (27mm equivalent), F2.8, 13s, ISO 5000. This image has been retouched.
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