Tamron SP 60mm f/2 Di II 1:1 Macro Lens for Sony A

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Tamron SP 60mm f/2 Di II 1:1 Macro Lens for Sony A
Key Features
  • Sony A Mount Lens/APS-C Format
  • 90mm (35mm Equivalent)
  • Aperture Range: f/2 to f/22
  • Two Low Dispersion Elements
The Tamron SP 60mm f/2 Di II 1:1 Macro Lens is a medium telephoto macro lens designed for APS-C-format Sony A-mount DSLRs, where it provides a 90mm equivalent focal length. It boasts a fast maximum aperture of f/2 and utilizes a pair of low dispersion elements to control spherical aberrations for increased clarity and sharpness. With a fast maximum aperture and seven-blade diaphragm, this lens delivers attractive blurred background effects. As a macro optic, this lens also offers a life-size 1:1 maximum magnification ratio along with a 9.1" minimum focusing distance, which together afford a 3.9" minimum working distance for close-up shooting. Additionally, the lens utilizes an internal focusing design with full-time manual focus override for precise control.
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Tamron SP 60mm f/2 Di II Macro Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Designed for APS-C Format Cameras
  • 3True To Life Macro Capture
  • 4Create Dramatic Effects
  • 5Low Dispersion Elements
  • 6Autofocus with Inner Focusing Design

The Tamron SP 60mm f/2 Di II 1:1 Macro Lens is a medium telephoto macro lens designed for APS-C-format Sony A-mount DSLRs, where it provides a 90mm equivalent focal length. It boasts a fast maximum aperture of f/2 and utilizes a pair of low dispersion elements to control spherical aberrations for increased clarity and sharpness. With a fast maximum aperture and seven-blade diaphragm, this lens delivers attractive blurred background effects. As a macro optic, this lens also offers a life-size 1:1 maximum magnification ratio along with a 9.1" minimum focusing distance, which together afford a 3.9" minimum working distance for close-up shooting. Additionally, the lens utilizes an internal focusing design with full-time manual focus override for precise control.

Designed for APS-C Format Cameras

This lens is designed so the size of the lens's image circle matches that of smaller-size APS-C format image sensors, and offers a 90mm equivalent focal length.

True To Life Macro Capture

This lens offers a life-size 1:1 maximum magnification along with a 9.1" minimum focusing distance and a 3.9" minimum working distance.

Create Dramatic Effects

With a fast f/2 maximum aperture and seven-blade diaphragm, this lens can help deliver dramatic blurred background effects.

Low Dispersion Elements

A pair of low dispersion element minimize spherical aberrations for greater edge-to-edge sharpness and clarity.

Autofocus with Inner Focusing Design

The lens features an inner focusing design that maintains the overall length of the lens during use. Full-time manual focus override is also supported for additional control over the focus position.
UPC: 725211005032

Tamron SP 60mm f/2 Di II Macro Specs

Focal Length60mm (35mm Equivalent Focal Length: 90mm)
Maximum Aperturef/2
Minimum Aperturef/22
Lens MountSony A
Format CompatibilityAPS-C
Angle of View26° 35'
Minimum Focus Distance9.06" / 23 cm
Maximum Magnification1x
Macro Reproduction Ratio1:1
Optical Design14 Elements in 10 Groups
Diaphragm Blades7
Focus TypeAutofocus
Image StabilizationNone
Filter Size55 mm (Front)
Dimensions (ø x L)2.87 x 3.15" / 73 x 80 mm
Weight13.76 oz / 390 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.3 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5.9 x 4.45 x 4.2"
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Seems like the Tamron SP90 Macro gets better reviews than the 60mm Macro. Which would work better on my Sony A55 SLT A55V?
Asked by: Fred
It really depends on what you want to use the macro for. I have a 100mm macro (for Sony APS-C) and I find the distance to subject difficult to manage unless you are simply using it as a prime lens. Hence, this may be a good choice even if the lens is an older lens.
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Do I need an adaptor for Sony a6000 to use this lens?
Asked by: rosemary s.
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Date published: 2018-08-27

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Asked by: Richard
This lens will mount and focus on a full frame Canon camera without issue .
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Date published: 2019-06-03

will this work on a Cannon EOS T3 ??

will this work on a Cannon EOS T3 ??
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Hi, yes, this lens is compatible with the T3.
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Might this lens work well for portrait ?? Thanks

Might this lens work well for portrait ?? Thanks
Asked by: John
Yes, the Tamron SP 60mm f/2 Di II 1:1 Macro Lens for Canon EF, B&H # TA602DIC, may be used for portrait photography usage needs on Canon DSLR cameras that use the smaller APS-C sensor.
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Is this made in China?
Asked by: Dr. Kohinoor
As per our records, this lens is made in Japan. Please note that this is subject to change at any time.
Answered by: Kirk R.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Will this lens work on my Nikon D90?
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes, this lens is fully compatible with the Nikon D90 camera. The D90 is compatible with any autofocus lenses made by Nikon or for the Nikon AF system by other manufacturers.
Answered by: Yos O.
Date published: 2018-08-27

Will this work with a canon 5D mark 4

Will this work with a canon 5D mark 4
Asked by: Richard
It will work on a 6D ii but the corners are completely dark, so although it is essentially an ef-s lens the mount is ef. So if you can live with 10% crop then images are actually very good. Macro might not be 1:1 but it is very close to that.
Answered by: Daniel
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