Tamron Adds DSLR, Canon M Lenses - Twice

Tamron Adds DSLR, Canon M Lenses

Commack, N.Y. — Tamron introduced this week a pair of camera lenses — one targeted at Nikon, Canon and Sony DSLR owners and the other targeting Canon EOS M-compatible cameras.
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Tamron unveiled a 28-300mm F/3.5-6.3 Di VC PZD lens for Nikon and Canon mounts, with a Sony version on the way.

Commack, N.Y. — Tamron introduced this week a pair of camera lenses — one targeted at Nikon, Canon and Sony DSLR owners and the other targeting Canon EOS M-compatible cameras.

The Tamron DSLR lines, is a 28-300mm F/3.5-6.3 Di VC PZD lens that will carry an $849 suggested retail when it ships June 26.

First models will be available with Canon and Nikon mounts, and a Sony mount version is expected later.

All versions will be compatible with full-frame DSLRs.

The new Canon EOS M-compatible lens, is Tamron’s 18-200mm F/3.5-6.3 Di III VC lens, which had been available earlier for Sony E-mount cameras.

The lens will be available in a choice of black or gray and will ship this month at a $499 suggested retail.

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