Does the Tamron 28-75mm have stabilization built into the lens?

by Alexandria
(Sebastopol, CA, USA)

I have a Canon XT and want a good lens to go with it. I heard the Tamron is great but the XT doesn't have the stabilization in the body itself.

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Aug 13, 2009
No Stabilization
by: Digital SLR Guide

The Tamron 28-75mm lens does not have image stabilization.

However, it makes up for this with its wide maximum aperture of f/2.8.

Image stabilization is used to keep your images sharp even when you're using slow shutter speeds - but this only works with subjects that aren't moving around.

If you want to ensure that both still AND moving subjects turn out sharp, the only way to do this is to increase the shutter speed, even in dim light.

The wide f/2.8 maximum aperture on this lens lets you use much faster shutter speeds than what you can get with a typical kit lens (where the max aperture varies from f/3.5 to f/5.6).

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