Top 20 Tamron 75-300mm f/4.0-5.6 LD Lens for Minolta Maxxum Questions & Answers


Check you have not switched camera t manual focus...if it's on auto then try changing various focal lengths to see if it kicks in....if it does intermittently you may have a cracked flex cable...this eventually happens with long throw lens because the cable gets weaken as it stretches and closes.It is also possible the ribbon became dislodged at the Circuit board just behind the mount.

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Sometimes you can get fungus on lens elements.

You can probably replace cheaper than having repaired. Try ebay.

Sorry.

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From my experience, many zoom lenses that have a macro feature simply kicks into macro mode when the lens is in fully zoomed position. Remember, macro is used to take pictures of something (usually like a flower, insect, etc.) and to magnify it several or many times larger than it really it is. And as a result the subject is huge and sharply focused with a very blurry background. Another thing to keep in mind is that there is usually a focusing limit for the lens in terms of how close one can focus a subject in MACRO zoom mode. In other words, you (the lens) may have to be at least a foot or more away from the subject in order to automatically focus sharply. On this note, if you have manual focusing capability, you should be able to take pictures in macro zoom mode from even shorter distance from the subject, resulting in more larger than life pictures!

Good luck!

I Can Fix it

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Totally different lens mounts, you might be able to get an adapter ring, but it wont function amazingly. Honestly, you're better off just selling this lens and buying a Canon 70-300 instead.

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Set up focus point using autofocus, then set camera to manual focus before attaching filter, and be careful not to move focusing ring.

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First, I'm not a TAMRON Tech. * Check your warranty and call for service. * Ah, Found this on you tube. (VERY Technical!) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o9dvQmVAhK0 * Strongly suggest you have this lens serviced. Aloha, ukeboy57

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You'll need to send it to a lens repair service. Do not attempt to disassemble the lens yourself; you'll only make the problem worse and may damage the lens beyond repair.

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Tele convertors on their own do not focus - that is achieved by the lens. Are the lens contacts clean and correctly aligned with those in the camera ?

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This is a bit off the wall, I know, but have you contemplated taking the drastic step of getting the lens mended ?

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Go to the tamron site and find the nearest repair centre to you location

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After doing a Google search this link may help you: https://www.google.com/search?client=safari&rls=en&q=tamron+lens+repair&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8

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Using Google search I came with this link: https://www.google.com/search?client=safari&rls=en&q=tamron+lens+repair&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8

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all of my Tamron lenses have the serial number on the barrel of the lens right next to the "Made in Japan" label. When the lens is in the camera the MIJ label is on the bottom side. I hope that helps with your lens

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Repair manuals can be bought by certified repair centres. Sometimes you get the manuals when you have done the repair course at the firm. Not sure Tamron does so. But they most of the time don't sell these manuals to normal people, to avoid they start opening a lens, because they never will be able to put it together as a working lens, without the tools, like a collimator.

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Simple idea? Dont go to F32..just stay at F22 and increase the camera speed one stop. A little test will give you right calibration

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No. The LA-DC58K only allows you to use the TC-DC58K teleconverter with your camera. The Tamron 28-200mm lens is intended for use with SLR (single-lens reflex) cameras, not with point&shoot cameras. As far as I know, there aren't any adapters which will allow you to use an SLR lens with the G10. A teleconverter is an add-on accessory that works with an existing lens. The 28-200 is a lens, which is intended to be used as-is. Using it on the G10 would basically require removing the built-in lens on the G10. As that lens can't be removed...

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What mount do you have on the Tamron lens? (The built-in mount.) If it has a Nikon mount, you don't need an adapter at all. If it has the Adaptall mount then the adapter should fit onto the back of the lens, then the combo should fit onto your Nikon camera. If the lens has a different mount then nothing you can do will make it fit.Does the adapter fit onto the lens?

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