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jofoto photo wrote:
No real mention of focusing in review, bad sign. The first version was pretty useless in that department (based on personal experience) optically a match for the Nikkor. But focus was just about fast enough to track a tortoise and accurate enough on 747 or larger subjects, in other words you couldn't give me one
edit: just read other review, No focus limiter, raking through full range hmm
You're correct about no focus limiter but they state that AF is improved to match Canon, Nikon
This was the number one complaint of the older Tamron 70-200mm F/2.8 Di lens. Acquiring focus and tracking birds in flight was just painful. Tamron have really stepped it up with this version of the lens and it is on-par with the Nikon and Canon equivalents that we’ve tested. All of the images shot in this review were straight out of the box without any micro-adjustment.
If this test out as good as Tamron 70-300 VC it will be a real winner.