These days camera lenses tend to be “computers”. I have a Tamron 150-600mm lens and in order for it to be compatible with my Nikon Z6 the firmware needed to be upgraded. Fixation near Vauxhall is the Tamron agent so after collecting the lens I tried it out taking some images of the river from near to Vauxhall Bridge.
In order to get the best out of it the shutter speed should be close to the focal length of the lens in order to minimise “camera shake”. The majority of these images were taken at 1/1000 second at a rating of 640ISO. I’m glad to say the lens passed its test with flying colours.
Above are some of the photos I took on my visit to London last week.