Dang it Steve, I hadn’t thought of that. Of course, my four main bodies are the A6000 (which I should sell), the A7R3, the X-T30, and the X-S10. Probably the Fuji. They keep showing it on the X-S10 and I think it might have the best ergs for this lens.While we all know megazoom lenses are compromises, I think everybody should own one of them. There are just too many times when we set out for the day not knowing what kind of photographic situation we are going to be faced with. The Tamron 18-300 seems as good a place to start as any - offering a 27-450mm FF FOV on an APS-C camera.
The only decision is whether you want to use it on a Fuji body (X-T4 or X-S10?) or on a Sony body. I personally think Sony's A-series APS-C bodies wouldn't balance well with this lens. But using one on an A7-series camera in crop mode could be the way to go.
Does anyone remember the Tamron 16-300 superzoom for APS-C DSLRs from 2014? It was available in Canon, Nikon and Sony Alpha mount.
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Looks like it was replaced by an 18-400.