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Re: [OM] Info on Tamron

Subject: Re: [OM] Info on Tamron
From: "Skip Williams" <skipwilliamsom@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 05 Nov 2001 09:46:27 -0500
Cc: royer007@xxxxxxxxx
The lens was probably reviewed by Popular Photography or the defunct Modern Photography. Run searches using the Readers Guide to Perodic Literature.

But the real test is to shoot some carefully planned slides and see what you think. Especially if you've already bought the lens. Do published test results REALLY make a difference? Individual sample variation and body vibrationscan also make a significant difference.

Skip

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From: "M. Royer" <royer007@xxxxxxxxx>
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Subject: [OM] Info on Tamron
Date: Sun, 4 Nov 2001 18:39:33 -0800 (PST)


Anyway I wanted to know if there were any resource
materials for Tamron on the net. Their site is one big
slaes page with no helpful info whatsoever and the
only other place I've found it photodo. Are there any
lists or esif like pages for Tamron lenses. On that
note I must say its amazing the amount of OM pages one
can find over dedicated C*n*n or N*k*n pages, the OM
community really rocks! :) Anyway thank you for your
time. I am looking for element digrams, and Gary Reese
or Pop photo type lens tests.

Mark Lloyd

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