Tamron 70-300 mm zoomlens
This time the message is about the Tamron zoomlens that I bought recently.
(the whole name: Tamron AF70-300mm F/4-5.6 Di LD Macro 1:2)
My old camera could zoom in really far, and that’s what I missed about the Nikon D3100.
Tamron has two versions of the 70-300 mm lens: one without image stabilisation, and one with this option.
The first option is what I’ve bought, mostly because it’s cheaper.
The downside is that if you want to zoom in with the lens, there can be more noise in the photo.