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Photographic lenses[edit]

The Tamron SP AF 28–75 mm f/2.8 XR Di LD Aspherical [IF] Macro (model A09), a full-frame constant aperture lens mounted on a film camera.

Tamron has sold more than 5 million lenses as of September 2014.[3] In the 2017 fiscal year, such lenses accounted for 74.9% of all sales.[1]

  • Interchangeable lenses for digital and conventional SLR cameras, including compact high-ratio zoom lenses of which Tamron was the pioneer in 1992 when it released the 28–200 mm.[3] The most-current lens of this type is the AF 16–300 mm F/3.5-6.3 Di II VC PZD MACRO. Tamron was the maker of the manual-focus Adaptall series which have interchangeable mounts for multiple camera brands. These replaced an older series of interchangeable mount lens, the Adaptamatic lenses, which offered less functionality. Tamron was also responsible for the development of the t2 or T-mount adapter system.
  • Fixed-focal wideangle, telephoto and macro lenses;
  • Zoom lenses of various focal length ranges;
  • Teleconverters.