Question about Tamron Cameras
Clicking sound in Autofocus: I have a Tamron 18-270mm f/3.5-6.3 Di II VC PZD. When I use Autofocus I hear a terrible clicking sound periodically as it's searching. I really like this lens and I've only owned this lens for 2 months. So far I've done very little shooting on it and what I've shot has mostly been in manual mode. Is this clicking a sign of trouble and is it fixable?
It is dealing with the films. when closing the lens in the fabric, the electrical film changed its position to an unwanted situation. This makes noise sometimes. It is not important for functinality of the lens. But it only gives you an unwanted noise. There is nothing to do because film dries as the times passes. It needs to be changed but is not cheap. So it is better to go on to use it.
Posted on May 28, 2010
i`ve once experienced the same problem as your,
the reason was the motor in the lens. it couldn`t work normally
to trouble shoot this, you should contact a professional service technician,
and i hope the lens is still in warranty condition
Posted on Jan 17, 2011
Testimonial: "Thanks. I really didnt want to hear that, but that was my guess too."
SOURCE: What is the focal length
It's not the lens but the camera that determines the focal length multiplier. On some cameras the 18-270mm lens is an 18-270mm. The XSi's imaging sensor applies a 1.6x multiplier on any lens used with the camera, so the 18-270mm will be approximately 29-430mm.
Posted on Mar 05, 2011
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