Essai du Tamron SP 35 mm f/1,4 Di USD sur Canon EOS 5DS R par John Riley pour ePHOTOzine :Tamron SP 35mm f/1.4 Di USD (F045) Review | ePHOTOzine
Points forts :
- excellent piqué sur tout le champ
- aberrations chromatographiques faibles
- excellente résistance au flare
- construction résistant à l'humidité
- autofocus rapide et précis
- vignetage modéré
- construction de qualité
- reprise manuelle du point en mode autofocus.
Points faibles :
- assez gros et lourd
- prix élevé mais juste.
The Tamron SP 35mm f/1.4 Di USD gives a superb performance and slick handling, which make this a very desirable wide-standard prime lens.
The performance is excellent, the handling is excellent and this puts the Tamron on a par with the best alternative 35mm f/1.4 lenses, and, it must be said, at an attractive price. Yes, it is still expensive, but that is the price we have to pay for such high quality.
The only question is whether or not the photographer finds 35mm to be the right focal length on full frame. For some it may fall between being truly wide angle and being long enough for more flattering portraits. For others it will be the perfect standard lens, perhaps especially for those involved with classic street photography or small group portraits.
If the specification is right though, then this lens hits the spot and yet again Tamron have that coveted accolade and another Editor's Choice. Is this Tamron's best ever lens? Frankly, there have been quite a few that could vie for that position, but one thing is certain, that the new Tamron SP 35mm f/1.4 Di USD lens is right at the top of Tamron's game.