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Tamron

                   
Tamron Co., Ltd.
株式会社タムロン
Type Public K.K. (TYO: 7740)
Industry Imaging
Founded Saitama, Japan (November 1, 1950)
Headquarters Saitama, Japan
Key people Morio Ono, President & CEO
Products Photographic lenses, Optical and other products
Revenue decrease 56,650 million Yen (FY2010)
Employees increase 7,198 (as of December 31, 2010) [1]
Website www.tamron.co.jp
  Tamron head office in Minuma-ku, Saitama, Japan.

Tamron Co., Ltd. (株式会社タムロン Kabushiki-gaisha Tamuron?) (TYO: 7740) 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.

Sony Corporation maintains an 11% share hold in Tamron, making it the second largest shareholder below New Well Co., Ltd. with 17.34%.[2]

Contents

  History

  • 1950 November – Taisei Optical Manufacturing Company founded.
  • 1952 October – Taisei Optical Industries established with a capital of 2.5 million yen.
  • 1958 – “Tamron” trademark registered.
  • 1970 April – Trade name changed to Tamron Co., Ltd.
  • 1979 April – Tamron Industries, Inc. (presently Tamron USA, Inc.) established in New York City.
  • 1982 September – Tamron Vertriebs GmbH established in Germany.
  • 1984 February – Optech Tamron Co., Ltd. is established in Namioka, Aomori Prefecture.
  • 1984 August – Shares listed with Japan Securities Dealers Association (currently JASDAQ) in Tokyo for over-the-counter transactions.
  • 1985 December – Tamron Fine Giken Co., Ltd., a plant for making precision metal molds is established.
  • 1986 January – Injection molding plant is established in Owani, Aomori.
  • 1991 June – Optech Tamron Co., Ltd., is absorbed by Tamron Co., Ltd.
  • 1995 February – Tamron acquires 75% capitcal of Bronica Co., Ltd., entering into the medium-format camera business
  • 1995 April – Tamron (UK) Ltd. is established in the U.K.
  • 1997 May – Tamron Industries (Hong Kong) is established in Hong Kong.
  • 1997 July – Tamron Optical (Foshan) Co., Ltd. is established in Foshan, Guangdong, People’s Republic of China.
  • 1998 July – Bronica Co., Ltd. is merged into Tamron Co., Ltd.
  • 2000 June – Tamron Fine Giken is merged into Tamron Co., Ltd.
  • 2000 June - Tamron France EURL is established in France.
  • 2005 October – Tamron Optical (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. is established in Shanghai, People’s Republic of China.
  • 2006 November – Tamron listed on the 1st Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
  • 2009 July – Tamron Co., Ltd. India Liaison Office opened in Haryana, India.
  • 2009 November – Tamron Europe GmbH. Moscow Representative Office opened in Moscow, Russia.

  Products

  Photographic lenses

  The Tamron 18-270mm lens
  The Tamron 28-75mm f/2.8, a full frame f/2.8 constant aperture lens mounted on a film camera.
  • Interchangeable lenses for digital and conventional SLR cameras, including compact high ratio zoom lenses of which Tamron was the pioneer in 1992 when it released the 28–200mm. The most current lens of this type is the 18–270mm, the world's first 15× zoom lens made for Digital SLR cameras. Tamron was the maker of the manual focus Adaptall series which have interchangeable mounts for multiple camera brands. These replaced an older series of interchangeable mount lens, the Adaptamatic lenses, which offered less functionality. Tamron was also responsible for the development of the t2 or T-mount adapter system.
  • Fixed focal wideangle, telephoto and macro lenses;
  • Zoom lenses of various focal length ranges;
  • Teleconverters.

  Optical components

  • Camcorder lenses
  • Digital still camera lenses
  • Cellular phone camera lenses

  Commercial and industrial-use optics

  • CCTV camera lenses for
    1. Surveillance
    2. Industrial vision
    3. Image-processing
  • Projection lenses, test plates, high precision molds, injection-molded parts & components, optical device units, etc.

  List of photographic lenses

Most contemporary Tamron lenses are available for Nikon F, Canon EF, Minolta/Sony α, and Pentax K lens mounts.

  Designations

  • Di — ‘Digitally Integrated’, featuring coating optimized for digital SLRs, but still usable on 24×36mm sensors (35mm, ‘full’ or double frame)
  • Di II — Lenses for DSLRs with APS-C sized sensors only
  • SP — ‘Super Performance’, professional lenses
  • IF — ‘Internal Focusing’
  • VC — "Vibration Compensation" -- in lens image stabilization
  • USD — Ultrasonic Silent Drive
  • PZD — Piezo Drive
  • ZL — Zoom Lock

Optical design

  • LD — "Low Dispersion" elements
  • XLD — "Extra Low Dispersion" elements
  • XR — Extra Refractive Index glass
  • AD — Anomalous Dispersion
  • LAH — LD + ASL hybrid lens element
  • ADH — AD + ASL hybrid lens element
  • HID — High Index, High Dispersion glass

  Di Lenses

  Tamron SP AF180mm f/3.5 Di LD (IF) 1:1 Macro
  • SP AF17–35mm f/2.8–4 Di LD Aspherical (IF)
  • SP AF24-70mm f/2.8 Di VC USD
  • SP AF28–75mm f/2.8 XR Di LD Aspherical (IF)
  • AF28–200mm f/3.8–5.6 XR Di Aspherical (IF) Macro
  • AF28–300mm f/3.5–6.3 XR Di VC LD Aspherical (IF)
  • AF70–300mm f/4–5.6 Di LD Macro 1:2
  • SP AF200–500mm f/5–6.3 Di LD (IF)
  • SP AF 90mm f/2.8 Di 1:1 Macro
  • SP AF180mm f/3.5 Di LD (IF) 1:1 Macro
  • SP AF70–200mm f/2.8 Di LD MACRO (IF)
  • SP AF70-300mm f/4-5.6 Di VC USD

  SP Lenses

  • SP AF24–135mm f/3.5–5.6 AD Aspherical (IF)
  • SP AF14mm f/2.8 Aspherical (IF) Rectilinear
  • SP AF300mm f/2.8 LD (IF)
  • SP AF17-35mm f/2.8-4 Di LD Aspherical (IF)
  • SP AF70-200mm f/2.8 Di LD (IF) Macro

  Conventional Lenses

  • AF 28–80mm f/3.5–5.6 Aspherical
  • AF 75–300mm f/4–5.6 LD Macro
  • AF 200-400 f/5.6 LD

  Di II Lenses for APS-C

  The Tamron AF17–50mm f/2.8 XR Di II LD Aspherical f/2.8 constant aperture lens mounted on a Sony a200 dSLR camera.
  • SP AF10–24mm f/3.5-4.5 Di II LD Aspherical (IF)
  • SP AF11–18mm f/4.5–5.6 Di II LD Aspherical (IF)
  • SP AF17–50mm f/2.8 XR Di II LD Aspherical (IF) a.k.a. Tamron A16
  • SP AF17–50mm f/2.8 XR Di II VC LD Aspherical (IF)
  • SP AF60mm f/2.0 Di II MACRO 1:1
  • AF18–200mm f/3.5–6.3 XR Di II LD Aspherical (IF)
  • AF 18–200mm f/3.5-6.3 Di III VC – for Sony E-mount MILCs
  • AF18–250mm f/3.5–6.3 AF Di II LD Aspherical (IF)
  • AF18–270mm f/3.5-6.3 Di II VC LD Aspherical (IF) Macro
  • AF55–200mm f/4–5.6 Di II LD
  • AF18-270mm F/3.5-6.3 Di II VC PZD

  Discontinued lenses and mounts

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

Primes
Focal length Max. aperture Notes Model
SP 17mm f/3.5 51B
24mm f/2.5 01B
28mm f/2.5 02B
28mm f/2.8
90mm f/2.5 1:2 macro 52B
90mm f/2.8 1:1 macro 72B
135mm f/2.5 03B
SP 180mm f/2.5 Internal focusing 63B
200mm f/3.5 04B
SP 300mm f/2.8 non-internal focusing 107B
SP 300mm f/2.8 60B
SP 300mm f/2.8 360B
SP 300mm f/5.6 54B
SP 350mm f/5.6 Mirror lens 06B
SP 400mm f/4 Internal focusing 65B
SP 500mm f/8 Mirror lens 55B
SP 500mm f/8 Mirror lens 55BB
Zooms
Focal length Max. aperture Notes Model
SP 24~48mm f/3.5~3.8 13A
28~50mm f/3.5~4.5 07A
28~80mm f/3.5~4.5 44A
SP 28~80mm f/3.5~4.2 27A
SP 28~105mm f/2.8
SP 28~200mm f/3.8~5.6 Aspherical LD IF 171A
35~70mm f/3.5~4.5 09A
35~70mm f/3.5 17A
35~80mm f/2.8~3.8 01A
35~210mm f/3.5~4.2 26A
70~150mm f/2.8 'Soft' CF Tele Macro BBAR MC
70~150mm f/3.5 BBAR 20A
70~210mm f/3.8~4 46A
SP 80~200mm f/2.8 30A
SP 200~500mm f/5.6 31A
200~500mm f/6.9 06A

Adaptall 2 interchangeable mounts produced for:

To fit lens mount Model
"C" mount (CCTV/16mm) "C"
Canon EF EOS-M
Canon FD FD2
Contax / Yashica CTX2
Fujica AX FUJ-X
Fujica ST/AZ-1 FUS
Konica (Later type) KE2
Leicaflex (for catadioptric lenses) LF
Leica R4 R4
Mamiya ZE ZE
Minolta Maxxum AF  ???
Minolta MC/MD MD2
"MS" mount (CCTV) "MS"
Nikon F (original type with "horn" meter coupler) NIK
Nikon F-Ai N-AI
Olympus OM OM4
Olympus OM Marked 'OL'
Pentax/Praktica universal screw (M42) PCS
Pentax ES/Spotmatic F (M42 mount but includes Pentax ES/ Spotmatic F open aperture metering support) PCE
Pentax K PK
Pentax KA PKA
Praktica Electric (screw) LLC
Praktica B200 B200
Ricoh XR-P XR-P
Rollei SL35 / Voigtländer VSL RF11
Topcon RE-Series Super D TO
Voigtländer VSL / Rollei SL35 RF11
Yashica / Contax CTX2

Adaptall (first series) mount lenses

Primes
Focal length Max. aperture Notes Model
24mm f/2.5 CW-24
28mm f/2.8 CW-28
105mm f/2.5 CT-105
135mm f/2.8 BBAR MC CT-135
200mm f/3.5 CT-200
300mm f/5.6 CT-300

Adaptall (first series) interchangeable mounts produced for:

To fit lens mount Model
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 mount lenses

Primes
Focal length Max. aperture Model
21mm f/4.5  ???
24mm f/3.5  ???
28mm f/2.8  ???
35mm f/2.8  ???
135mm f/2.8  ???
200mm f/3.5  ???
300mm f/5.6  ???
Zooms
Focal length Max. aperture Model
70~220mm f/4  ???
80~250mm f/3.8  ???
200~500mm f/6.9  ???

Adapt-A-Matic interchangeable mounts produced for:

To fit lens mount Model
Canon FD C-AF
Exacta EX
Konica K-A
Pentax/Praktica universal screw (M42) P-CS
Minolta SR1, SR2 & SR7 SR
Minolta SRT SR-T
Miranda bayonet M-A
Nikon F N-IF
Petri P-E
Topcon RE T-O

T2 screw mount lenses

Primes
Focal length Max. aperture Notes Model
35mm f/2.8 460
58mm f/1.2 380
135/225mm f/2.8/5.5 680 "Twin-Tele" or "Converto"
135/225mm f/4.5/7.7 Older, smaller thread (37mm) 280 "Twin-Tele" or "Converto"

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

To fit lens mount Tamron Model #
Canon EF
Canon R, FL, FD T400-C A
Contax/Yashica
Exacta/Topcon RE T400-K E
Exacta/Topcon RE Older, 37mm thread
M42 (Pentax) screw T400-C S
M42 (Pentax) screw Older, 37mm thread
Minolta Maxxum AF
Minolta MC/MD
Minolta SR T400-SR2
Miranda bayonet T400-MA
Nikon F T400-NIF
Olympus OM
Pentax K
Petri bayonet
Topcon/Exacta RE
Yashica/Contax
Yashica Pentamatic T400-Y A

  See also

  References

  1. ^ TAMRON | IR Tools
  2. ^ Annual Report 2010 p. 25

  External links

   
               

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