The SP 90 mm F2.8 MACRO VC (Model F017) is the most latest release in a successful line of Tamron SP 90mm macro lenses. It redefines the most efficient in advanced features and succeeds a legacy of superior optical performance, with Internal Focal point (IF), eBAND and BBAR anti-reflection nano coating. XY-Shift compensation has been added to make stronger VC functionality, further bettering image stabilization capabilities at any shooting distance from infinity to macro. Advances in USD keep an eye on software have also increased AF focusing speed and optimised fine-tuning for more than a few framing conditions. Furthermore, a high standard of Moisture-Proof and Dust-Resistant Construction has been added to prevent intrusion of dust or water droplets. Highly durable, Fluorine Coating is applied to the front element which efficiently prevents condensation and repels smudge-causing substances. Meticulous craftsmanship is demonstrated in each detail of the exterior design of the transformed SP 90mm macro lens. The user is in a position to see and feel this in the exquisite texture of the metal lens barrel. Filter Size: 62mm, Length (from camera mount): 114.6mm, Diameter: 79mm, Maximum aperture: F/2.8, Minimum aperture F/32, Diaphragm: 9 rounded blades, Lens Construction: 14 elements in 11 groups (inc. XLD and LD elements), Minimum Focal point Distance: 0.3m, Max. Magnification Ratio 1:1, Angle of View (diagonal): 27°2′ (full-frame format), 17°37′ (APS-C format)
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Ultrasonic Silent Drive (USD) high-torque motor ensures fast & accurate AF response
Three-coil electromagnetic VC image stabilization system provides a 3.5-stop advantage for significantly sharper images
XY-Shift compensation reinforces VC functionality, further bettering image stabilization at any shooting distance
Moisture-proof and dust-resistant construction prevents intrusion of dust or water droplets
Features floating system which works in tandem with the optical construction to efficiently catch up on inherent aberration changes subject to varying distances