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| p.1 #9 · Tamron 70-200 f/2.8 - Good, bad, just okay? |
Nope, I don't imagine it would.
The Sigma is supposed to be much quicker, but at the time I was purchasing, the choice for me was between the Tamron and the Siggy without OOS. According to the reviews i read the Tammy was the sharper lens, and AF speed wasn't my main priority, plus it was a couple hundred cheaper so I went that route.
You might look at the Nikkor 80-200's as well. Priced right and the AF should be pretty quick.
I would give the Sigma a try, but they turn the opposite to get them to zoom in and out than most the Nikon lenses. I had one of those a few years ago on my D200 and I never could get used to it.