Tamron 17-28mm F2.8 RXD (A046): First Look | 4K

Tamron 17-28mm F2.8 RXD (A046): First Look | Tamron’s anticipated wide angle companion to the wildly popular 28-75mm F2.8 RXD zoom is here. Photographer Dustin Abbott breaks down the build, features, and handling along with sharing some photos and video from the lens. Visit the image gallery: | Purchase the Tamron 17-28mm F2.8 Di III RXD @ B&H Photo | Amazon | Amazon Canada | Amazon UK | Amazon Germany | Ebay

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44 thoughts on “Tamron 17-28mm F2.8 RXD (A046): First Look | 4K

  1. Spot on Dustin! I am loving this lens so far, I love the versatility it offers, I am now selling my Rokinon 24mm 1.4 which I mostly only used on wide field astro. The performance of the 17-28 @ 2.8 is respectable out to the corners and compares with the Rokinon in sharpness and better on CA on stars. Now I have some zoom, altho limited, and auto focus to use in more areas of my photography.

  2. Dustin, I have the voigtlander 15, f4.5, and the 21, 3.5. I am thinking of selling the voigt 21 and buying the tamron 17-28. Make sense? How does the IQ and rendering of the tammy compare to the voigtlanders?

  3. Do you feel like it would be better to go with this or the Sony 16-35 f4 with OSS. I do a lot of video and wasn't sure if I'd miss the extra stabilization from the 16-35

  4. When (if) I upgrade to full frame the Tamron 17-28 is very interresting. I don't need 2,8 but the Tamron is cheaper than the Sony 16-35 f/4. I am not so sure about Tamron 28-75, the Sony 24-105 f/4 is more versatile.

  5. Can you please explain what engineered plastic is? Also, in many of your reviews you mention "micro contrast". What is this and how does it compare to normal contrast?

  6. Dustin, looking forward to your review of its image quality, especially sharpness and coma in the corners wide open at 2.8. Cheers

  7. Don't own a Sony. Don't plan on buying this lens. I just feel satisfied by hearing you explain things. Great preview!

  8. Hey Dustin, do the Tamron lenses get a correction(distortion, vignetting….) in the camera just like sony lenses do or not?

  9. i hate that you cannot set the focus by wire from non-linear to linear like on fuji cameras. if you want to quickly want to do focus pull you end up all over the place instead of the point you wanted to focus on.

  10. I'd be interested in a comparison with the new 14-24mm Sigma Art lens. Or also a separate review of the new Sigma Art lenses that came to the Sony line up.

  11. Lol!! You can hear that there’s nothing to hear “” lol
    Still debating. I kinda want to go wider. Any suggestions?

  12. Thanks for this first look review Dustin! I'm curious your thoughts vs the Tamron 15-30 2.8 G2. I went from the G1 to the Sigma 20 1.4 and now looking to go to this Tamron. Cheers!

  13. Not a lens for me, as it's only for DSLM, but I have the very much comparable 17-35mm.
    I absolutely love the balance that Tamron strikes with these lenses – small, lightweight, weather sealed and still great optical performance and great aperture values.
    Alright, there's a little shorter zoom range, but if that saves about 50% of the size AND weight compared to similar lenses, I'm ok with it!

  14. I'm really excited to see how this compares to the other options. May not always know what to do with something so wide, but it'd be a godsend for interior shots of just about anything.

    That and I have nothing wider than 35mm at the moment.

  15. always look fwd to your honest and precise reviews of lenses. looking fwd to the continuation of the reviews for this particualr lens which is what im looking for to use on my Travel setup for video as well using the new ronin SC. thanks again! Cheers!

  16. Great video, thank you so much! Unfortunately I won't be able to watch the entire series before purchasing this lens tomorrow. It seems like at 06:00 the focus is a bit off – don't you use the AF?

  17. Dustin, I notice a lack of reviews on Tokina lenses. Back in the day (1975-1997) when I worked in a pro camera store you had three choices for good to pro optics, the manufacturer's line, Tokina and Tamron. Sigma was decent, if you liked a green tinge to all your photos, but they were prone to early failures, and Rokinon/Samyang were a joke. (How times changed those three companies)

    Since 1970 I've owned Canon, Nikon and both Tokina and Tamron lenses with the Pro line of Tokina lenses being built a bit more like the manufacturer's lenses but even the cheaper lines had some good optics. Back when I was a journalist writing articles on photo gear Tamron was easier to get lenses to test, Tokina more difficult but I managed it eventually. Maybe you can get samples for testing through one of the big NYC camera stores like other reviewers?

  18. The Tamron website shows what looks like 7 weather seals used throughout the lens. http://www.tamron-usa.com/assets/img/product/lens/a046/additionalFeatures/img02.jpg

  19. Hi Dustin, can you give me a little advise, that i have tamron 70 200 F2.8 HSM DX Macro (Non IS, and mark 1), i have shot with this lens but some time it is not righ focus althouth the camera is right focus, so should i sell it and buy canon 70 200 f2.8 non is or 70 200 f.28 IS mark 1 ?

  20. I wish you included weight, size stats of the Sony 16-35mm f/2.8 and f/4 lens instead of the Tamron's own 28-75mm lens in this review. People will be comparing it against the Sony 16-35mm optics, not any 28-75mm or 24-70mm lens! The focal lengths are completely different. Also, this is not a "successor" to Tamron's 28-75mm lens in any meaning of that word. It complements it.

    Thanks for making the effort to review this lens.

  21. I’ve had mine for roughly a week now and have been having some pretty bad issues with autofocus. When it does focus it’s fantastic, when it decides not to I have to disconnect the lens and reconnect to reset it.

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