Sample Image Gallery: Tamron 18-200mm F/3.5-6.3 Di VC III Zoom Lens
We don't have an e-mount adapter for the table we use for full-on lens tests, but when Tamron's all-in-one zoom came through our offices, we certainly thought it deserved some attention. I attached it to the NEX-C3 and brought it with me for a short trip to Berlin, Germany. It was the only camera I brought with me, as I wanted to use this lens the way someone who bought it likely would. Here are some sample images shot with it, along with some impressions.
The images are presented without any editing unless it's noted. I tried to keep editing to an absolute minimum, though, so you can see what the images look like right out of the camera. They were all shot in JPEG Fine.
A protester waves a flag from the back of a vanbeing used to house a loudspeaker. This was shot very near the widest end of the lens, which required me to get very close to the subject. You can see a bit of chromatic aberration in the high-contrast area between the flag and the sky, but it's not bad. The subject is nice and sharp despite shooting from the hip.