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Tamron Di SP AF 180mm F/3.5 Lens
For Sony A Mount

Macro capable with reproduction ratio of 1:1 or greater.Macro capable with reproduction ratio of 1:1 or greater.Fixed focal-length. No zoom.Fixed focal-length. No zoom.Rectilinear are normal lenses that show straight lines as straight lines.Rectilinear are normal lenses that show straight lines as straight lines.Thread size in milimeters for screw-on filters.Thread size in milimeters for screw-on filters.72Autofocus LensAutofocus Lens

Lens Description

The Tamron Di SP AF 180mm F/3.5 is a medium telephoto prime designed for cameras with Full-Frame sensors. This prime has a 180mm focal-length.

This prime is capable of focusing down to 47cm from the imaging plane which gives it a maximum magnification of 1X. The lens supports autofocus and features a switch to disengage AF for focusing manually. While this lens is capable of AF, it does not have a built-in focus motor. It can only focus with a compatible camera body which features a mechanical AF-coupling.

This version has a Sony A lens mount. Follow this link to see all current compatible digital cameras: Sony A mount cameras with Full-Frame or larger sensor. Tamron also made this lens available for Canon EF, Nikon F mounts.

Tamron Di SP AF 180mm F/3.5

Tamron Di SP AF 180mm F/3.5 Specifications

Brand Tamron Model Di SP AF 180mm F/3.5
Mount Max FLM 1X
Focal Length 180mm View Angle 14°
Max ApertureF/3.5Min ApertureF/32
Min Focus47cmMagnification1X
Filter Size72mm Aperture Blades7
Size (D x L)85 x 166mm Weight920g
TiltN / A ShiftN / A
Stabilization ProtectionNone
Zoom Drive N / A Focus Drive AF with MF switch
Zoom Mechanism N / A Focus Mechanism Internal
Hood Bayonet Focus Motor External
Perspective RectilinearIntroduced2003-06-30

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Tamron 180mm F/3.5 Facts


Macro capable with reproduction ratio of 1:1 or greater.Macro capable with reproduction ratio of 1:1 or greater.Fixed focal-length. No zoom.Fixed focal-length. No zoom.Rectilinear are normal lenses that show straight lines as straight lines.Rectilinear are normal lenses that show straight lines as straight lines.Thread size in milimeters for screw-on filters.Thread size in milimeters for screw-on filters.72Autofocus LensAutofocus Lens
180mm Focal-Length F/3.5 Constant Aperture
72mm Filter Thread AF with MF switch
Sony A Mount 1 Max Crop-Factor
920g Lens Weight 85 x 166mm (D x L)
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