Tamron Adaptall-2 135mm f/2.5 (03B)
Posted by Bengt Köhler Sandberg 2014-03-14
Made between: 1979 to 1984
Built-in extendeable hood
Analogue B&W film
Very well made and are solid as a rock.
The feel is also very good but the built in lens hood is a bit loose and floppy.
Looks and feels great and image quality is good.
Focus goes a little closer than most which is always nice.
It is also a very short and fast focus ring and you go from infinity to 1.2m by turning less than 180°.
Which I usually find to be good and I do so in most cases here too.
But this do make it a little more tricky to fine focus but I can't say that it is a big problem.
Image quality is like I mentioned before nice.
Biggest thumbs up is its bokeh which looks really great.
Sharpness is also good and it renders well.
Wide open do as some colour fringing but not too bad.
Overall really great lens.
8 bladed aperure
Build quality & feel
Closest Focus: 1.2m (4ft)
Lens hood is a bit loose and floppy.
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