‘Tamron 28 – 300mm Di VC PZD Zoom Works Just Fine With ‘Canon EOS RP’ — Auto Focus (AF) Too.

by Anura Guruge

Tamron 28 300 mm zoom Canon EOS RP Anura Guruge
Tamron 28 300 mm zoom Canon EOS RP Anura Guruge

I am happy with quality & resolution.

The ZOOM Min. & Max.

Great news.

The ‘Tamron’ all-in-one zoom 28-300mm, f/3.5-6.3 Di VC PZD works just fine — good autofocus (AF) and all — with a ‘Canon EOS RPfull-frame, mirrorless with the standard ‘Canon’ EF-EOS R Mount Adapter (with the Control Ring).

No firmware updates. Straight out of the box.

I have firmware 1.1 on my Canon EOS RP and I use the Mount Adapter with the Control Ring.

Everything worked, first time. I was DELIGHTED.

After posting in multiple forums I could only get one person to confirm that this would work.

The Tamron website does NOT have this lens as one that will work on the EOS RP. Well it does.

This is THE LENS I wanted. I wanted as much reach as I can get in an all-in-one. I do not like fiddling around changing lenses.

Pretty happy with quality. Better than I expected — methinks.

So, spread the word.

All taken today with Tamron. Click for originals.

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