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This review is from: Tamron SP 70-200mm f/2.8 Di VC USD Telephoto Zoom Lens for Canon Cameras
Pros: Razor Sharp, Superb Color, Has VC, Affordable, and a 6yr Warranty too!
Cons: Not a single one.
Other Thoughts: I bought this lens to replace the 70-200mm f/4l Canon I had. I am kicking myself for NOT doing it sooner!! Honestly, I should have just saved and bought this first. It is a solid solid lens no joke. The color is amazing, it's razor sharp, killer in low light, and just does what it's supposed to. Some complain of it being slower in the AF department, but honestly, you are saving $1000 over the Canon model and most buying these aren't shooting as a pro. If you absolutely have to have the lambo fast focus, drop a grand more and enjoy...But in all reality, this is a killer lens. Checkout dxomark and see the direct comparison results against the competition on your actual body. You will see it is so close it's not even funny.
Another added perk, or perks rather, are the fact it is a sealed lens, which I shoot softball games for my daughter, so it's safe around the dust more so than the other lower priced alternative to Canon, which isn't sealed. It also carries the best warranty out there at 6 years standard. That's solid. You won't be disappointed at all in this lens...I use it on my Canon t5i and in raw, I can knock out the 5 frames/sec the camera boasts, and it is on point.
This review is from: Kingston FCR-HS3 USB 3.0 15-in-1 Media Reader
Pros: Cheap and covers the bases, even Micro SD cards
Cons: None, when they works
Other Thoughts: I had to get a replacement for the first one I got right away. It would cause the system (brand new build) to hang at startup. Once started in Windows 7, I would plug it in and get the top light logo to come on, but the system wouldn't recognize media. Was just an absolute headache. Second one worked perfect the first time and since. I dinged 1 egg due to the problems of the first one, otherwise would be a solid 5 egger.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Bought it based on past history with Kingston Hyper X Ram and Kingston in general. Plugged it in and it registered exactly as it should have on my Gigabyte GA-970-DS3P motherboad. Past reviews said it wouldn't register at the correct speeds, but mine had NO issues at all. Registers all chips at the correct speed
Cons: noneREAD FULL REVIEW