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Tamron 20mm F2.8 OSD M1:2 Image Gallery

Dustin Abbott

January 31st, 2020

A couple of months ago I had a look at the Tamron 24mm F2.8 OSD M1:2 along with the 35mm F2.8 OSD M1:2 lenses.  These lenses were part of a trio of highly similar prime lenses from Tamron at different focal lengths.  The third lens was not ready at the time, and it was (to many of us) the most intriguing, as the 20mm focal length is a very practical one for landscape work and/or vlogging on the video front.  Fortunately I now have the Tamron 20mm F2.8 OSD M1:2 in hand.  It is a unique lens with both a wide angle of view and the interesting ability to also do 1:2 macro shots (a 0.50x magnification).  This gallery will share photos from the lens that I take during my review period, and you can check back regularly to both see new photos and to check in for my final review of the lens. Photos taken with and review done on both Sony a9 and Sony a7RIII bodies.

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Tamron 20mm F2.8 Samples (Sony a9 and a7RIII)

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