TAMRON 18-200mm F/3.5-6.3 Di III VC (Model B011) became the main lens.

I bought TAMRON 18-200mm F/3.5-6.3 Di III VC (Model B011) in March 2016.

And I attached this lens to the Canon EOS M3 and took a lot of photos.

* The focal lengths listed below are the actual focal lengths recorded in EXIF.
Sunrise at Nagoya Port At Nagoya Port, shot the sunrise at 35mm.

Air festival in Komaki Base At Air festival in Komaki Base.
The familiar T-4 Blue Impulse, shot at 102mm.

Air festival in Komaki Base This was 41mm.

Air festival in Komaki Base This was 200mm.

Prefectural Nagoya Airport This was 200mm.
Peripheral light falloff can be seen.

Inuyama Festival One scene at the Inuyama Festival, taken at 18mm.

Karakuri Doll Karakuri doll on the festival car at 101mm.
I think, should I zoom in more?

Inuyama Castle Taken at Inuyama Castle, 27mm.

Scenery south of Inuyama Castle castle tower Scene from Inuyama Castle castle tower.
I think the wide-angle 18mm was very useful.
Unfortunately, the cloudy sky is regrettable.

Sakura I tried to zoom in at 200mm.

I enjoyed shooting with "Tokimeki" heart.
It didn't take long for this high magnification zoom lens to become the main lens.
However, at that time I had only two lenses including this one. lol

But when I started getting used to handling cameras, Out of nowhere, I heard "devil's advocate".

"If you buy a fixed focal length lens, you can take wonderful bokeh photos ;) "

Really !?

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