Tamron

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Tamron Co., Ltd.
Native name
株式会社タムロン
Romanized name
Kabushiki-gaisha Tamuron
Type Kabushiki Kaisha
TYO: 7740
Industry Imaging
Founded Saitama, Japan (November 1, 1950)
HeadquartersSaitama, Japan,
Japan
Area served
Worldwide
Key people
Shiro Ajisaka, President & CEO
Products Photographic lenses, optical components for cameras, commercial/industrial use optics
RevenueIncrease2.svg 63,285 million  Yen (FY2019)
Number of employees
4,640 (as of December 31, 2017) [1]
Website www.tamron.co.jp/en
Tamron head office in Minuma-ku, Saitama, Japan Tamron head office, Minuma-ku, Saitama city, Saitama, Japan.jpg
Tamron head office in Minuma-ku, Saitama, Japan

Tamron Co., Ltd. (株式会社タムロン, Kabushiki-gaisha Tamuron) is a Japanese company manufacturing photographic lenses, optical components and commercial/industrial-use optics. Tamron Headquarters is located in Saitama City in the Saitama Prefecture of Japan.

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The name of the company came from the surname of Uhyoue Tamura who was instrumental in developing Tamron's optical technologies. It was only on the company's 20th anniversary that the name was changed to Tamron (from Taisei Optical). [1]

Sony Corporation maintains a 12.07% share hold in Tamron, making it the second-largest shareholder below New Well Co., Ltd (ニューウェル株式会社) with 18.89% (as of June 30, 2020). [2] In the fiscal year ending 31 December 2017, net sales totaled 60.496 billion yen and operating income was 4.24 billion yen, up 79.8% from 2016. At that time, the consolidated company had 4,640 employees and five production plants: in Hirosaki, Namioka and Owani in Japan, and one in China and Viet Nam, respectively. Subsidiary companies were located in the U.S., Germany, France, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Moscow and Haryana, India. [1]

History

Products

Photographic lenses

The Tamron SP AF 28-75 mm f/2.8 XR Di LD Aspherical [IF] Macro (model A09), a full-frame constant aperture lens mounted on a film camera. Pentax ME Super Tamron 28-75 f28.jpg
The Tamron SP AF 28–75 mm f/2.8 XR Di LD Aspherical [IF] Macro (model A09), a full-frame constant aperture lens mounted on a film camera.

Tamron has sold more than 5 million lenses as of September 2014. [3] In the 2017 fiscal year, such lenses accounted for 74.9% of all sales. [1]

Optical components

Commercial and industrial-use optics

List of photographic lenses

Most current Tamron lenses are available for Sony E-mount, Nikon F-mount, and Canon EF-mount

Designations

Overall/General

Optical technology

Coating technology

Autofocus/Electronic technology

Weather-sealing technology

Auto-focus lenses

Lenses for 35mm SLR cameras

  • Tamron SP AF 14 mm f/2.8 Aspherical [IF] (model 69E, variants 69EM)
  • Tamron SP AF 90 mm f/2.5 Macro (1:2) (model 52E, variants 52EM)
  • Tamron SP AF 90 mm f/2.5 Macro (1:2) (model 152E, variants 152EM)
  • Tamron SP AF 90 mm f/2.8 Macro 1:1 (model 72E, variants 72EM)
  • Tamron SP AF 90 mm f/2.8 Macro 1:1 (model 172E, variants 172EM)
  • Tamron SP AF 300 mm f/2.8 LD-IF (model 60E, variants 60EM)
  • Tamron SP AF 300 mm f/2.8 LD [IF] (model 360E, variants 360EM)
  • Tamron SP AF 300 mm f/2.8 LD [IF] (model 360EE)
  • Tamron AF 19–35 mm f/3.5-4.5 (model A10, variants A10M)
  • Tamron SP AF 20–40 mm f/2.7-3.5 Aspherical-IF (model 166D, variants 166DM)
  • Tamron SP AF 20–40 mm f/2.7-3.5 Aspherical-IF (model 266D, variants 266DM)
  • Tamron AF 24–70 mm f/3.3-5.6 Aspherical (model 73D, variants 73DM)
  • Tamron SP AF 24–135 mm f/3.5-5.6 AD Aspherical [IF] Macro (model 190D, variants 190DM)
  • Tamron AF 28–70 mm f/3.5-4.5 (model 159D)
  • Tamron AF 28–70 mm f/3.5-4.5 (model 259D)
  • Tamron AF 28–80 mm f/3.5-5.6 (model 77D, variants 77DM)
  • Tamron AF 28–80 mm f/3.5-5.6 Aspherical (model 177D)
  • Tamron AF 28–80 mm f/3.5-5.6 Aspherical (model 277D)
  • Tamron SP AF 28–105 mm f/2.8 LD Aspherical-IF (model 176D, variants 176DM)
  • Tamron SP AF 28–105 mm f/2.8 LD Aspherical-IF (model 276D, variants 276DM)
  • Tamron AF 28–105 mm f/4-5.6 (model 79D)
  • Tamron AF 28–105 mm f/4-5.6 Aspherical [IF] (model 179D, variants 179DM)
  • Tamron AF 28–200 mm f/3.8-5.6 Aspherical (model 71D, variants 71DM)
  • Tamron AF 28–200 mm f/3.8-5.6 LD Super (model 171D, variants 171DM)
  • Tamron AF 28–200 mm f/3.8-5.6 LD Aspherical-IF Super Silver (model 271D)
  • Tamron AF 28–200 mm f/3.8-5.6 LD Aspherical [IF] Super II Macro (model 371D, variants 371DM)
  • Tamron AF 28–200 mm f/3.8-5.6 Aspherical-IF Super2 Silver (model 471D, variants 471DM)
  • Tamron AF 28–200 mm f/3.8-5.6 LD Aspherical [IF] Super (model 571D)
  • Tamron AF 28–200 mm f/3.8-5.6 Super XR Aspherical [IF] Macro (model A03, variants A03M)
  • Tamron AF 28–300 mm f/3.5-6.3 LD Aspherical [IF] Macro (model 185D, variants 185DM)
  • Tamron AF 28–300 mm f/3.8-6.3 LD Aspherical-IF Silver (model 285D)
  • Tamron AF 28–300 mm f/3.5-6.3 Ultra Zoom XR LD Aspherical [IF] Macro (model A06, variants A06M)
  • Tamron AF 35–90 mm f/4-5.6 (model 63D, variants 63DM)
  • Tamron SP AF 35–105 mm f/2.8 Aspherical (model 65D, variants 65DM)
  • Tamron-F AF 35–135 mm f/3.5-4.5 Tele-Macro (model 40D, variant for Minolta A-mount only) (1987-1988)
  • Tamron SP AF 70–210 mm f/2.8 LD (model 67D, variant 67DM)
  • Tamron-F AF 70–210 mm f/3.5-4.5 Tele-Macro (model 53D, variant for Minolta A-mount only) (1987-1989)
  • Tamron AF 70–210 mm f/4-5.6 (model 158D, variants 158DM)
  • Tamron AF 70–210 mm f/4-5.6 (model 258D, variants 258DM)
  • Tamron AF 70–300 mm f/4-5.6 (model 172D, variants 172DM)
  • Tamron AF 70–300 mm f/4-5.6 LD (model 372D)
  • Tamron AF 70–300 mm f/4-5.6 LD (model 472D)
  • Tamron AF 70–300 mm f/4-5.6 LD Macro 1:2 (model 572D, variants 572DM)
  • Tamron AF 70–300 mm f/4-5.6 LD Macro (1:2) (model 772D)
  • Tamron AF 75–300 mm f/4-5.6 LD (model 672D, variants 672DM)
  • Tamron AF 75–300 mm f/4-5.6 LD Macro (model 872D)
  • Tamron AF 80–210 mm f/4.5-5.6 (model 178D)
  • Tamron AF 80–210 mm f/4.5-5.6 (model 278D)
  • Tamron AF 90–300 mm f/4.5-5.6 (model 62D, variants 62DM)
  • Tamron AF 100–300 mm f/5-6.3 (model 86D, variants 86DM)
  • Tamron AF 100–300 mm f/5-6.3 (model 186D)
  • Tamron AF 200–400 mm f/5.6 LD-IF (model 75D)
  • Tamron AF 200–400 mm f/5.6 LD-IF (model 175D)

Di lenses for full-frame DSLR cameras

Tamron SP AF 180 mm f/3.5 Di LD [IF] Macro 1:1 (model B01) Tamron 180mm Makro.jpg
Tamron SP AF 180 mm f/3.5 Di LD [IF] Macro 1:1 (model B01)

Di II lenses for APS-C format DSLR cameras

The Tamron SP AF 17-50 mm f/2.8 XR Di II LD Aspherical [IF] (model A16) constant aperture lens mounted on a Sony DSLR-A200 camera. TAMRON - 17-50-2.8.JPG
The Tamron SP AF 17–50 mm f/2.8 XR Di II LD Aspherical [IF] (model A16) constant aperture lens mounted on a Sony DSLR-A200 camera.

Di III lenses for digital compact system cameras

  • Tamron 14-150 mm f/3.5-5.8 Di III (model C001)
  • Tamron 17-28mm f/2.8 Di III RXD for full-frame Sony E-mount
  • Tamron 17-70mm f/2.8 Di III-A VC RXD for APS-C Sony E-mount (B070, announced December 2020) [5]
  • Tamron 28-75mm f/2.8 Di III RXD for full-frame Sony E-mount (A036, available January 2019)
  • Tamron 28-200mm f/2.8-5.6 Di III RXD for full-frame Sony E-mount (A071, available June 2020)
  • Tamron 70-180mm f/2.8 Di III VXD for full-frame Sony E-mount (A056, available May 2020)
  • Tamron 20mm f/2.8 Di III OSD for full-frame Sony E-mount
  • Tamron 24mm f/2.8 Di III OSD for full-frame Sony E-mount
  • Tamron 35mm f/2.8 Di III OSD for full-frame Sony E-mount
  • Tamron 18-200 mm f/3.5-6.3 Di III VC (model B011, variants B011EM, B011S) [6]

Manual focus lenses

Tamron Adaptall-2 80-210 mm on an Olympus body Tamron Adaptall-2 80-210 lens.jpg
Tamron Adaptall-2 80–210 mm on an Olympus body

Adaptall-2 lenses and adapters

Adaptall-2 mount lenses (Adaptall-2 series discontinued 2005/2006)

Primes
Focal lengthMax. apertureNotesModel
SP 17 mmf/3.5SP51B
24 mmf/2.501B
28 mmf/2.502B
SP 90 mmf/2.5SP 1:2 macro52B
SP 90 mmf/2.5SP 1:2 macro52BB
SP 90 mmf/2.8SP 1:1 macro72B
135 mmf/2.5CF close focus03B
SP 180 mmf/2.5SP LD IF63B
200 mmf/3.5CF close focus04B
SP 300 mmf/2.8SP LD non-IF107B
SP 300 mmf/2.8SP LD IF60B
SP 300 mmf/2.8SP LD IF360B
SP 300 mmf/5.6SP54B
SP 350 mmf/5.6SP Mirror lens06B
SP 400 mmf/4SP LD IF65B
SP 500 mmf/8SP Mirror lens55B
SP 500 mmf/8SP Mirror lens55BB
Zooms
Focal lengthMax. apertureNotesModel
SP 24–48 mmf/3.5–3.8SP13A
28–50 mmf/3.5–4.507A
28–70 mmf/3.5-4.544A
28–70 mmf/3.5-4.559A
SP 28–80 mmf/3.5–4.2SP27A
SP 28–105 mmf/2.8SP LD Asph IF176A
SP 28–135 mmf/4–4.5SP28A
28–200 mmf/3.8–5.6LD Asph IF171A
35–70 mmf/3.5–4.509A
35–70 mmf/3.517A
SP 35–80 mmf/2.8–3.8SP01A
SP 35–105 mmf/2.8SP Asph IF65A
35–135 mmf/3.5-4.222A
35–135 mmf/3.5-4.540A
SP 35–210 mmf/3.5–4.2SP26A
SP 60–300 mmf/3.8–5.4SP23A
SP 70–150 mmf/2.8SP ‘Soft-Focus'51A
70–150 mmf/3.502A
70–150 mmf/3.5Actual aperture f/420A
SP 70–210 mmf/3.5–4SP52A
SP 70–210 mmf/3.5SP19AH
70–210 mmf/3.8–446A
70–210 mmf/4–5.658A
75–250 mmf/3.8–4.504A
75–250 mmf/3.8–4.5104A
75–350 mmf/4.505A
SP 80–200 mmf/2.8SP LD30A
80–210 mmf/3.8–403A
80–210 mmf/3.8–4103A
SP 200–500 mmf/5.6SP31A
200–500 mmf/6.906A

Adaptall-2 interchangeable mounts produced for:

To fit lens mountModelComments
‘C’ mount (CCTV/16 mm) [7]  ?‘C’
Canon EF EOS-M
Canon FD FD2
Contax / Yashica CTX2
Fujica AXFUJ-X
Fujica ST/AZ-108C (Fujica ST) [7] FUS
Konica (later type)53C (Konica AR) [7] KE2
Leicaflex (for catadioptric lenses)Leicaflex-SLLF
Leica R4215C (Leica R4) [7] R4
Mamiya ZE57CB (Mamiya ZE) [7] ZE
Minolta A-mount 65C (Minolta A) [7]
Minolta MC/MD MD2
‘MS’ mount (CCTV)‘MS’
Nikon F (original type with "horn" meter coupler)NIK
Nikon F Ai59C (Nikon Ai/E) [7] N-AI
Olympus OM OM4
Olympus OMMarked ‘OL’
Pentax/Praktica universal screw (M42) [7] 01C [7] PCS
Pentax ES/Spotmatic F

(M42 mount but includes Pentax ES/ Spotmatic F open aperture metering support)

PCE
Pentax K 02C (Pentax K) [7] PK
Pentax KA 63C (Pentax KA) [7] PKA
Praktica Electric (screw)LLC
Praktica B200B200
Ricoh XR-P61C (Ricoh XR-P) [7] XR-P
Rollei SL35 / Voigtländer VSL12C (Rollei) [7] RF11
Topcon RE-Series Super DTO

Adaptall lenses and adapters

Tamron Telezoom 85-210 mm F4.5 MACRO BBAR MC, ca. 1975, Adaptall Tamron 45 85-210.jpg
Tamron Telezoom 85-210 mm F4.5 MACRO BBAR MC, ca. 1975, Adaptall

Adaptall (first series) mount lenses

Primes
Focal lengthMax. apertureNotesModel
24 mmf/2.5CW-24
28 mmf/2.8CW-28
105 mmf/2.5CT-105
135 mmf/2.8CT-135
200 mmf/3.5CT-200
300 mmf/5.6CT-300
Zooms
Focal lengthMax. apertureNotesModel
35–80 mmf/2.8–3.5QZ-35M
38–100 mmf/3.5SZ-38
38–100 mmf/3.5SZ-38M
70–150 mmf/3.5CZ-150
70–150 mmf/3.5QZ-150M
70–150 mmf/3.8CZ-715
70–220 mmf/3.8Z-220
70–350 mmf/4.5CZ-735
80–250 mmf/3.8Z-250
80–250 mmf/3.8–4.5CZ-825
80–250 mmf/3.8–4.5QZ-825M
85–210 mmf/4.5Z-210
85–210 mmf/4.5CZ-210M
85–210 mmf/4.5QZ-210M
200–500 mmf/6.9Z-500
200–500 mmf/6.9CZ-500

Adaptall (first series) interchangeable mounts produced for:

To fit lens mountModel
Canon FD ???
Contax ???
Pentax/Praktica universal screw (M42)  ???
Miranda bayonet ???
Nikon F (original type with ‘horn’ meter coupler) ???
Olympus OM ???
Rollei SL35 ???
Topcon RE-Series ???

Adapt-A-Matic lenses and adapters

Adapt-A-Matic mount lenses

Primes
Focal lengthMax. apertureNotesModel
21 mmf/4.5PFJ-45Au
24 mmf/3.5PFY-35Au
28 mmf/2.862 mm filterPFH-28Au
28 mmf/2.858 mm filter ???
35 mmf/2.8PSG-28Au
105 mmf/2.5JOG-25Au
135 mmf/2.8JSG-28Au
135 mmf/3.5 ???
200 mmf/3.5870Au
300 mmf/5.6670Au
Zooms
Focal lengthMax. apertureNotesModel
70–220 mmf/4PZ-30Au
80–250 mmf/3.8PZ-20Au
85–205 mmf/3.5PZ-60Au
200–500 mmf/6.9PZ-150Au

Adapt-A-Matic interchangeable mounts produced for:

To fit lens mountModel
Canon FDC-AF
ExactaEX
KonicaK-A
Pentax/Praktica universal screw (M42) P-CS
Minolta SR-1, SR-2, SR-7 SR
Minolta SR-T SR-T
Miranda bayonetM-A
Nikon FN-IF
Petri P-E
Topcon RET-O

T2 lenses and adapters

T2 screw mount lenses

Primes
Focal lengthMax. apertureNotesModel
35 mmf/2.8460
58 mmf/1.2380
135/225 mmf/2.8/5.5680 ‘Twin-Tele’ or ‘Converto’
135 mmf/3.5860
135/225 mmf/4.5/7.7Older, smaller thread (37 mm)280 ‘Twin-Tele’ or ‘Converto’
180 mmf/3.5JH-35
200 mmf/2.8360
200 mmf/3.5870
200 mmf/5.9F0-59
200 mmf/6.3F0-63
250 mmf/4.5FG-45
300 mmf/5.6670
300 mmf/6.9S0-69
350 mmf/5.6750
400 mmf/5.6340
400 mmf/6.9F0-69
400 mmf/7.5490
400 mmf/8Y0-8
450 mmf/8880
Zooms
Focal lengthMax. apertureNotesModel
55–90 mmf/4PZ-50
95–205 mmf/5.6PZ-60P
95–205 mmf/6.3910P
95–250 mmf/5.6PZ-10II
200–400 mmf/6.3PZ-70

T2 interchangeable mounts produced for: (Manufactured by Tamron, as well as third party manufacturers)

To fit lens mountTamron Model #
Canon EF
Canon R, FL, FD T400-C A
Contax/Yashica
Exacta/Topcon RET400-K E
Exacta/Topcon REOlder, 37 mm thread
Pentax/Praktica universal screw (M42) T400-C S
Pentax screwOlder, 37 mm thread
Minolta/Sony A-mount (AF/Dynax/Maxxum/α)
Minolta SR-mount (SR/MC/MD)T400-SR2
Miranda bayonetT400-MA
Nikon FT400-NIF
Olympus OM
Pentax K
Petri bayonet
Topcon/Exacta RE
Yashica/Contax
Yashica PentamaticT400-Y A

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