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06/21/2007 10:16:35 AM · #1
hello everyone..
recently i switched from point & shoot cameras to DSLR , i bought a kit of the digital rebel xti,unfortunately i can't figure out what's the specs of the lenses i bought :( it just says tamron 70-300mm,& there are many tamron 70-300mm outhere how can i know if it supports AF or it's max aperture !! ( i didn't receive the kit yet).
here is a link for the kit i purchased , can anyone help me out please

Message edited by author 2007-06-21 10:18:21.
06/21/2007 10:18:52 AM · #2
Probably the Tamron AF 70-300MM F/4-5.6 LD Macro.
06/21/2007 10:20:18 AM · #3
It's written around the barrel of the lens :). There should be something like:

f/4-5.6

on the lens some where, this is it's max aperture at the various focal lengths... Or you could check the equipment section of DPC (it's probably this lens)

And yes, that lens is AF. Most modern lenses are.
06/21/2007 10:25:15 AM · #4
thanks for your reply..but as i said before i have n't received the camera yet so i thought someone can know which lens is this by looking at it as am still new to dslr & knows just a little bit about lenses.

Message edited by author 2007-06-21 10:25:41.
06/21/2007 10:27:16 AM · #5
Originally posted by edward80:

thanks for your reply..but as i said before i have n't received the camera yet so i thought someone can know which lens is this by looking at it as am still new to dslr & knows just a little bit about lenses.


By the looks of things it is the lens that I posted in my previous response, hope it helps.
06/21/2007 10:31:24 AM · #6
Originally posted by shalrath:

Originally posted by edward80:

thanks for your reply..but as i said before i have n't received the camera yet so i thought someone can know which lens is this by looking at it as am still new to dslr & knows just a little bit about lenses.


By the looks of things it is the lens that I posted in my previous response, hope it helps.


thanks a lot..that was very helpful
06/21/2007 10:36:10 AM · #7
Here is a pretty good site for Canon lens. Just select all lens for the query field and scroll through the list.

//www.lensplay.com/lenses/lens_query.php

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