Tamron Tap-In-Console For Nikon Black
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- Update the firmware of compatible lenses
- Customize functions of selected lenses
- Free Tamron TAP-in Utility for Mac or PC
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Description for Tamron Tap-In-Console For Nikon Black
You can now update firmware in selected Tamron lenses and customize various lens functions simply by attaching a Tamron TAP-in Console and running the Tamron TAP-in Utility software. Using the new accessory and an internet connection, you can access a dedicated website and update firmware. In addition, selected lenses can be customized by changing settings to match your preferences. With a Tamron TAP-in Console, you can do the following things. Update the firmware of compatible lenses Customize functions of selected lenses - Focus adjustment - Focus distance limiter customization (only for lenses that have the Focus Limiter feature) - Full-time Manual Focus override customization (only for lenses that have the Full-time Manual Focus feature) - VC adjustment (only for any lenses with VC) - Save customized data files Download the free Tamron TAP-in Utility and install it on your Mac or PC. Updating firmware and customizing various lens functions is as easy as connecting the TAP-in Console with a USB cable and making selections. Compatible Tamron Lenses (As of February 2016) SP 85mm F/1.8 Di VC USD (Model F016) SP 90mm F/2.8 Di MACRO 1:1 VC USD (Model F017) SP 45mm F/1.8 Di VC USD (Model F013): Initial firmware update by Tamron service facility is required to enable compatibility with the TAP-in Console. SP 35mm F/1.8 Di VC USD (Model F012): Launched in September 2015 Initial firmware update by Tamron service facility is required to enable compatibility with the TAP-in Console. TAP-in Utility Operating Environment Windows Mac OS Windows 10 Windows 8, Windows 8.1 Windows 7 Mac OS X 10.10 - 10.11 CPU Core2Duo with 2.0 GHz or faster Intel processor RAM 1 GB or more 1 GB or more Hard Disk Drive Capacity 1 GB or more of available space 1 GB or more of available space Monitor Display Resolution 1024 768 pixels (XGA) or more 24-bit color or more 1024 768 pixels (XGA) or more 24-bit color or more Interface USB 2.0 as standard feature USB 2.0 as standard feature
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|Item Dimensions (Length * Breadth * Height)||9.91 x 7.62 x 13.72 Centimetres||19.3 x 8.8 x 8.8 Centimetres||15.7 x 18 x 21.8 Centimetres||19.4 x 9 x 9 Centimetres||11.68 x 11.43 x 11.43 Centimetres||19.7 x 8.6 x 8.6 Centimetres|
|Item Weight||249 grams||1.5 kg||0.9 kg||1.33 kg||0.64 kg||1.45 kg|
|Max Focal Length||90||200||70||200 millimeters||90||200 millimeters|
|Min Focal Length||35||70||24||70 millimeters||90||70 millimeters|
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My only complaints are that the device did not come with explicit notes that certain lenses were not compatible immediately. I had to discover for myself that the particular serial # for my 35mm SP lens did not allow it to be updated, but a quick trip to Tamron services rectified that with a firmware update. Also, the software that utilizes this device could use some work to make things more user-friendly without having to first consult a manual for operation. And finally, the console itself can sometimes be put onto the lens mount the wrong way--the little registration mark doesn't seem to line up with the mark on the lens, so sometimes it's a game to hunt for the right fit.
Now if some enterprising person could hack the firmware and get this thing to talk to genuine nikon lenses that would be the hotness.