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Tamron 300mm f5.6 SP Tele Macro - Lens

Tamron 300mm f5.6 SP Tele Macro - Lens

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Manual focus telephoto prime lens made for the Tamron Adaptall system introduced by Tamron in 1979. Can be mounted to many popular mounts of the era using Adaptall or Adaptall 2 mounts. Capable of 1:3.3 macro when used with the dedicated 2x tele-macro converter. Metal body available in black.

  • Tamron 300mm f5.6 SP Tele Macro BBAR MC 54B (6 elements, 5 groups)
  • Minimum focus distance: 1.4m
  • Aperture blades: 8
  • Size: 163 x 65mm
  • Weight: 550g (w/o mount)
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Tamron Adaptall

Tamron's Adaptall system released in 1973 and allowed the company to make one lens for all popular mounts. Instead of designing specific versions for each lens mount, Tamron designed one lens and a series of adapters that fit all types of cameras. Automatic aperture and metering were possible with the first version, and the later Adaptall-2 made it possible for maximum aperture data to be transmitted as well. Both versions can be used interchangeably.

Adapters exist to mount Adaptall lenses to most modern systems, although some of them cannot communicate aperture information.

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Tamron 300mm f5.6 SP Tele Macro - Lens Availability & Price History
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18 Jul 2023 T47459 € 49.00 Tamron 300mm f5.6 SP Tele Macro - Lens Image