Di II: Lenses are designed for exclusive use on digital cameras with smaller-size imagers and inherit all of the benefits of our Di products. These lenses are not designed for 35mm film cameras and digital cameras with image sensors larger than 24mm x 16mm.
At Tamron, our guest has always been to make the ideal zoom lens. As a result of this ongoing challenge, we have introduced the concept of our high-power zoom lens in the new AF18-200mm XR Di II for exclusive use with digital SLRs. Tamron's original development of proprietary core technologies such as Aspherical element production, Multiple Cam Mechanism and Integrated Focus Cam design lend to the creation of the world's largest, most compact 11.1x zoom lens made for digital SLR cameras.
The 18-200mm (28-300 when converted to 35mm) provides the digital photographer with the versatility of a true wide ultra tele zoom in an amazingly easy to use design.
Lens Construction (Groups/ Elements) 13/15
Angle of View 75°- 7°
Type of Zooming Rotation
Diaphragm Blade Number 7
Minimum Aperture F/ 22
Minimum Focus 17.7in.(0.45m)
Macro Mag. Ratio 1:3.7 (at f=200mm MFD 0.45m)
Filter Diameter ø62
Accessory Flower-shaped Lens hood
Optical/ Mechanical Feature Key IF, ASL, LD, XR, Di II
Diameter: (ø73.8mm) ø2.9 in.
Length: (83.7mm) 3.3 in
Unit: 398g (14 oz)
Shipping: 3 lbs.
ExpoDisc, the original white balance filter gets even better. Set white balance, meter for exposure and dust map your sensor with the only calibrated and certified 18% transmission incident light metering filter.
We invented the digital white balance filter with the original ExpoDisc and established it in the market as the premium white balance tool by individually testing and certifying every ExpoDisc. Now, ExpoDisc 2.0 introduces user-selectable warming filters (gels), an improved mounting design, and a new lower price-point.
ExpoDisc 2.0 Features:
ExpoDisc 2.0 Contents:
• ExpoDisc 2.0 Professional White Balance Filter
• Comfortable Lanyard
• Sturdy Carry Pouch
• Calibration Certification Card
• User Quickstart Guide