Limanowa with Tamron 20-40mm


I’m selling Tamron 20-40mm lens. I was using it so rarely that there is no point in keeping it. Below are few photos I took with that lens last summer.

Old chimney


SONY DSLR-A200, Tamron 20-40mm F2.7-3.5 SP Aspherical IF
1/125 sec, f/8.0, ISO 100, 20 mm (30 mm equivalent)

Old brick wall between city park and city center


SONY DSLR-A200, Tamron 20-40mm F2.7-3.5 SP Aspherical IF
1/80 sec, f/8.0, ISO 100, 24 mm (36 mm equivalent)

Old manor, now local museum


SONY DSLR-A200, Tamron 20-40mm F2.7-3.5 SP Aspherical IF
1/100 sec, f/6.3, ISO 100, 20 mm (30 mm equivalent)

Church in Limanowa


SONY DSLR-A200, Tamron 20-40mm F2.7-3.5 SP Aspherical IF
1/250 sec, f/8.0, ISO 100, 20 mm (30 mm equivalent)

Comments (2)

Andrew EcclesJuly 11th, 2009 at 01:07

Is your 20-40 Tamron still for sale? What is the lens mount?

HawkJuly 12th, 2009 at 13:07

No. I kept it. I was trying to sell it again last month, but decided to … keep it again :-) I guess I’ll not try to sell it for the third time.

Lens mount is of course Minolta/Sony AF. As you can see shots above were taken with Sony a200. You may see more shots from this lens here: http://hawk.furud.net/2009/05/short-walk-around-limanowa/