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Rebate on Tamron 90mm f/2.8

Tamron 90mmThis is a great lens! Right now there is a post-purchase rebate of $50.00 on it.

List Price: $499.00
Post-Purchase Rebate: $50.00
Price after Rebate: $449.00

The Tamron 90mm lens is compatible with  Canon, Konica Minolta, Sony, Nikon and Pentax DSLR Cameras.

This lens is always in my bag, I use it for macro, but also portrait and every day life! It’s great for indoors because of the f/2.8. I have a cropped sensor so it ends up being more like a 140mm on my 60d camera body. So I do have to step back a bit further when using it indoors. At my kids school performances it’s great! For what you get out of this lens, the price is great!

Official Product Description:

Digitally Integrated Design (Di) is a designation Tamron puts on lenses featuring optical systems designed
Tamron introduces a new version of the famous 90mm macro lens for film and digital photography
Tamron’s 90mm macro lens, often referred to as “the portrait macro” and loved by photographers all over the world
Tamron s world renowned 90mm macro has evolved even further by incorporating Tamron s Di (Digitally Integrated) optical design, making it ideal for use with both digital and film cameras. While inheriting the same optical configuration of the previous model, the Di version features a new optical design applied to its coated surfaces. The lens is recommended as an easy to use portrait macro lens for use with a film camera, and as a convenient telephoto macro on APS-C size digital cameras since it provides a full-size equivalent angle of view of 140mm.

 

This is a beautiful review of the 90mm lens as well as the circle of life…

Great deal on Tamron AF 70-300mm

70-300mm is a great range on this Tamron AF 70-300mm f/4.0-5.6 Di LD Macro Zoom Lens. But what I really like is the price! List price is $366.55 but today it’s 56% making the sale price work out to be only $159.90 for Nikon users.

You can also buy this lens to work with Canon, Konica Minolta, Sony and Pentax prices vary just a bit, but not much between the different styles.

The Official Product Description:

  • The popular Tamron AF 70-300mm F/4.5-5.6 Di LD Macro features a built in motor to ensure fast accurate focusing
  • This telephoto zoom will crop in tight or bring distant subjects in close
  • There is also an incredible macro mode for photographing small objects up close giving a magnification ratio of 1:2
  • This phenomenal lens comes with a 6 year warranty
  • Also a flower shaped lens hood for maximum glare protection with no vignetting

The Tamron 70-300mm f/4-5.6 Di LD Macro Autofocus Lens is a quality, compact ultra tele zoom which covers the 70mm to 300mm telephoto range, with a macro magnification ratio of 1:2 (1/2 life size) at the 300mm setting — ideal for shooting subjects that are difficult to approach such as sporting and theatrical events. This lens also features a built-in motor for use with Nikon Digital SLR Cameras. Di (Digitally Integrated Design) is a designation Tamron puts on lenses featuring optical systems designed to meet the performance characteristics of digital SLR cameras. Di lenses are designed for superior use on both digital and film SLR cameras. The optical system also, incorporates a LD (Low Dispersion) lens, resulting in clear sharp images free of chromatic aberration. This lens delivers ultimate handling, ease and portability in the field due to its lightweight size and mechanical operation. It is best suited for shooting outdoors to make full use of the real telephoto of 300mm as well as providing diversity in portraiture using the medium focal length ranges of 70mm to 135mm.

Tamron AF 17-50mm F/2.8

I have been looking for an new affordable lens.  I always look  to Canon for additional lenses, but found out you don’t have to  stick with just  Canon.  I own a Canon 18-55mm  f/3.5 – 5.6 the problem is I don’t like using the flash on my Canon very bright and annoying I feel. Especially when you’re in a small room. I want use only natural light so I have been thinking about getting a new lens. The  Tamron AF 17-50mm F/2.8 SP XR Di II VC (Vibration Compensation) Zoom Lens for Canon Digital SLR Cameras is the one am checking out.

Amazon has it listed for $626.01 + free shipping.  There is a Rebate Offer: Receive $25 from Tamron with this mail-in rebate. Offer valid through April 30. which would make the Amazon price $601.01 right now. Use the mail-in rebate for Tamron.

Here is the official product description:

Tamron’s new SP AF 17-50mm F/ 2.8 acts RDI II VC covers the heavily used 17-50 MM focal distance range (angle of view equivalent of 26-78 MM when converted to the full frame format) making it an extremely versatile, high performance zoom lens. Achieving sharpness and striking contrast, the lens produces beautiful images that are enhanced by the shallow depth of field afforded by the maximum aperture F/2.8 and enriches the user’s range of photographic expression. The new lenses equipped with Tamron’s proprietary vibration compensation (VC) image stabilization mechanism, which provides more opportunities for handheld photography, such as low light conditions like evening, night scenes and indoors, leading to dramatically enhanced level of photographic freedom. Technical specifications: focal length 17 – 50 MM: format size APS – C: maximum aperture F/2.8; minimum aperture F/ 32; diagonal angle of view 78 degree and 45 minute – 31 degree and 11 minute; lens construction 19 elements, 14 groups; minimum focusing distance 11.4-Inch (0.29m); maximum magnification ratio 1:4 0.8; filter diameter 72 mm; overall length 3.7 inches maximum diameter 3.13 inches; weight 20.15oz. 570g; diaphragm blades-seven; standard accessory flower shaped lens hood; Canon mount.

Technical Description:

  • Compact Fast Zoom with VC (Vibration Compensation).
  • Fast Constant F/2.8 Aperture.
  • For use on APS-C size DSLR cameras.
  • 11.4-Inch minimum focusing distance / 1: 4.8 Maximum magnification ratio.
  • Internal Focusing.