Monday, September 1, 2008

Tamron labors for new lenses

Happy Labor Day by the way. And for those around the world, this is not a tape-delayed May 1st post :)

Tamron worked hard to come up with new lenses and these are the fruits of their labor, headlined by the new 10-24 f3.5-4.6 Di-II (digital-only) LD wide angle. Roughly 15-36mm on the majority of DSLRs which of course are using APS-C sensors. It will be available for Nikon with the built-in focus motor and eventually in Canon, Sony-Minolta-Alpha and Pentax. Computer-translated details from Tamron Japan. The english press release at Photography Blog.

Apart from that, there are more details on the availability of the previously announced 18-270 VC superzoom and 70-200 Di, both 35mm full frame lenses.

For more be sure to check the computer-translated DigitalCamera.jp, Photography Blog and DC Views.

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