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Tamron 70-300mm f/4.5-6.3 Di III RXD Nikon Z

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  • Tamron 70-300mm f/4.5-6.3 Di III RXD A047
  • small and lightweight telephoto zoom lens
  • suitable for mirrorless full-frame cameras
  • outstanding image quality
  • charming bokeh effect
  • max. magnification 1: 9.4 (wide angle) - 1: 5.1 (telephoto)
  • Autofocus with RXD stepping motor
  • fast, high-precision and quiet operation ideal for video recording
  • Filter size 67 mm
  • Fluorine coating
  • Splash water protection

1. High image quality and light weight - the ideal telephoto zoom for on the go

The goal in developing the 70-300mm F/4.5-6.3 was to create a Lens that makes telephoto photography easier and more comfortable. The engineers' top priorities were therefore low weight and compact dimensions. To achieve this, the optical design was optimized on the computer and state-of-the-art technologies were used in the construction. Without sacrificing image quality, it was possible to develop a surprisingly lightweight (580 g) and compact, slim lens with a maximum diameter of 77 mm. The optical system comprises 15 elements in ten groups, including a high-precision LD (low dispersion) element for correcting color aberration and other optical errors that typically occur at telephoto focal lengths. Regardless of the focal length selected, images are brilliant and sharp. Even at 300mm, resolution is very high all the way to the corners of the image. This Lens is also ideal for users who want to reduce the weight of their luggage, for example, when hiking in nature.

2. Outstanding optical performance

The optical design of the 70-300mm F4.5-6.3 is based on elaborate simulations using the latest design technologies and strikes a balance between compact size and high image quality. The optical design includes 15 elements in 10 groups, with a low dispersion (LD) lens element precisely positioned to effectively suppress axial chromatic as well as other aberrations that can occur with telephoto zoom lenses. At 300mm, a commonly used telephoto focal length, the lens design delivers excellent resolution right into the corners of the image. Thanks to TAMRON's BBAR coating, which is world-renowned for its anti-reflective performance, the new zoom lens produces extremely sharp and clear images throughout the zoom range.

3. Quiet autofocus with RXD technology

The autofocus is based on an exceptionally quiet RXD (Rapid eXtra-silent stepping Drive) stepping motor. The autofocus system features a sensor that determines the current focus setting of the Lens. This ensures fast and precise automatic focusing. Even with fast-moving subjects, the focus is continuously tracked. The autofocus works very quietly, so that no disturbing focusing noises are recorded during video recordings.

4. Dedicated TAMRON Lens Utility Software

Users can also take advantage of TAMRON's dedicated Lens Utility software on the Nikon Z version of the 70-300mm F/4.5-6.3. The software here allows users to easily update the Lens to the latest firmware themselves without having to go through the camera, providing a quick and easy way to update when newer firmware is available.

5. Weather-sealed design

The bayonet ring and other critical areas of the lens body are sealed against moisture and splashing water. This added protection allows photography even in adverse weather conditions.

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Tamron 70-300mm f/4.5-6.3 Di III RXD Nikon Z

Short profile

  • Tamron 70-300mm f/4.5-6.3 Di III RXD A047
  • small and lightweight telephoto zoom lens
  • suitable for mirrorless full-frame cameras
  • outstanding image quality
  • charming bokeh effect
  • max. magnification 1: 9.4 (wide angle) - 1: 5.1 (telephoto)
  • Autofocus with RXD stepping motor
  • fast, high-precision and quiet operation ideal for video recording
  • Filter size 67 mm
  • Fluorine coating
  • Splash water protection

Product description for Tamron 70-300mm f/4.5-6.3 Di III RXD Nikon Z

1. High image quality and light weight - the ideal telephoto zoom for on the go

The goal in developing the 70-300mm F/4.5-6.3 was to create a Lens that makes telephoto photography easier and more comfortable. The engineers' top priorities were therefore low weight and compact dimensions. To achieve this, the optical design was optimized on the computer and state-of-the-art technologies were used in the construction. Without sacrificing image quality, it was possible to develop a surprisingly lightweight (580 g) and compact, slim lens with a maximum diameter of 77 mm. The optical system comprises 15 elements in ten groups, including a high-precision LD (low dispersion) element for correcting color aberration and other optical errors that typically occur at telephoto focal lengths. Regardless of the focal length selected, images are brilliant and sharp. Even at 300mm, resolution is very high all the way to the corners of the image. This Lens is also ideal for users who want to reduce the weight of their luggage, for example, when hiking in nature.

2. Outstanding optical performance

The optical design of the 70-300mm F4.5-6.3 is based on elaborate simulations using the latest design technologies and strikes a balance between compact size and high image quality. The optical design includes 15 elements in 10 groups, with a low dispersion (LD) lens element precisely positioned to effectively suppress axial chromatic as well as other aberrations that can occur with telephoto zoom lenses. At 300mm, a commonly used telephoto focal length, the lens design delivers excellent resolution right into the corners of the image. Thanks to TAMRON's BBAR coating, which is world-renowned for its anti-reflective performance, the new zoom lens produces extremely sharp and clear images throughout the zoom range.

3. Quiet autofocus with RXD technology

The autofocus is based on an exceptionally quiet RXD (Rapid eXtra-silent stepping Drive) stepping motor. The autofocus system features a sensor that determines the current focus setting of the Lens. This ensures fast and precise automatic focusing. Even with fast-moving subjects, the focus is continuously tracked. The autofocus works very quietly, so that no disturbing focusing noises are recorded during video recordings.

4. Dedicated TAMRON Lens Utility Software

Users can also take advantage of TAMRON's dedicated Lens Utility software on the Nikon Z version of the 70-300mm F/4.5-6.3. The software here allows users to easily update the Lens to the latest firmware themselves without having to go through the camera, providing a quick and easy way to update when newer firmware is available.

5. Weather-sealed design

The bayonet ring and other critical areas of the lens body are sealed against moisture and splashing water. This added protection allows photography even in adverse weather conditions.

Tamron 70-300mm f/4.5-6.3 Di III RXD Nikon Z

Optik
Brennweite
70 - 300 mm
optischer Zoom
4,2 fach
Lichtstärke f/
4,5 - 6,3
Naheinstellung
0,8 m
max. Abbildungsmaßstab
1:5,1
1:9,4
Objektivtyp
Weitwinkelobjektiv
Teleobjektiv
Zoomobjektiv
Autofokus
ja
Technik
geeignet für
Systemkamera
Vollformat
Objektiv-Anschluss
Nikon Z
Ausstattung
Filtergewinde
67 mm
Bildstabilisator
nein
Abmessungen und Gewicht
Länge ca.
148 mm
Durchmesser ca.
77 mm
Gewicht ca.
545 g
Sonstiges
Farbton
schwarz
Lieferumfang
Im Lieferumfang
Die Ware wird mit dem Zubehör ausgeliefert, das vom Hersteller als zum Lieferumfang gehörend angegeben wird.
EAN and KAN KAN
EAN
4960371006840
KAN
A047Z

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