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Tamron 20-40mm f2.8 REVIEW: ONE Thing You NEED to Know Before Buying (vs Sony 20-70 f4)

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This is a REVIEW of the Tamron 20-40 2.8 Lens for Sony E Mount Cameras. Even though this lens has a small zoom range, it still is a nice option for someone who wants to go wider for stills, with some reach. As well as someone who might want a video-centric wide-angle. I also put this lens up against the Sony 20-70 F4 and tell you which one I think might be the best for you. Now I did find one issue with the lens, that might cause you to miss some photos

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This video was filmed with the Canon EOS R5