|Posted: Sun Oct 18, 2020 5:04 pm Post subject: Tamron 54B 1:5.6 300 mm SP in an early fall afternoon
|Yesterday in a second-hand store I bought for a few coins a lens I owned when I was a boy, and the lens in question had just come out on the market: the Tamron 54B 1:5.6 300 mm SP.
At that time I used it on Nikon and I had a good memory of it, today I tried it on Canon EOR R and the good impression, 40 years later, is quite confirmed. Nothing exceptional with today's parameters, but a very good performance at that time, little chromatic aberration, not excellent but very uniform sharpness, small distance, good flare resistance, and great handling.
The first shot at f:11, all the others at maximum aperture. Minimum adjustment in post production, brightness and contrast, and very light sharpening; be sure to click twice for best vision