Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 1996/05/27

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Subject: Tamron Adaptall Lenses
From: Chuck Warman <>
Date: Mon, 27 May 1996 11:32:41 -0500
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The thread about Adorama lenses for Leica M cameras has caused a 
back-burner idea fo mine to resurface. I have long been toying with the 
idea of filling in some "gaps" in my R-series lenses with Tamron Adaptalls. 
My part of the country is Leica-challenged, so I don't know anyone who has 
done this - or even uses Tamron lenses on any camera.

I am particularly considering the 90/2.5 Macro and the 28-70/3.5 Zoom. 
 Does anyone have experience with Tamron lenses? I don't expect Leica 
quality, obviously, but are they pretty good?  decent?  junk?   Any help 
will be greatly appreciated.


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