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Does anyone have experience with Tamron 35 1.8. I've read some reviews that love it while others complain about inconsistent focusing. Any thoughts about this or other 35, 85, or medium zooms lenses.

 

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FW

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I have the sigma ART 50 and 105mm f1.4, They work really well... AF in general is great, eye Af works really well in both of theme. There are few "issues" when there is not light enough. But nothing of terrible, these lenses are awesome.

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I just started using Tamron's 28-75 and will use it first time 'officially' this week at two events. Will get back with my opinions of image quality and focusing.

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