Tamron 70-300mm 1:2 F/4-5.6 DI LD Macro Lens Pro Kit For Canon EOS

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The AF70-300mm F/4 -5.6 Di LD Macro 1:2 attributes a Di * optical watering system designed for both digital and movie cams. * Di (Digitally integrated) is a classification Tamron offers lenses including optical systems designed to meet the efficiency characteristics of digital SLR cams along with movie cams. Tamron now provides a light-weight, compact, high-image-quality telephoto zoom lens with macro capability of 1:2 that can additionally be used with digital cams: the AF70-300mm F/4 -5.6 Di LD Macro 1:2 (Model A17). The brand-new lens is a Di kind lens using an optical watering system with boosted multi-coating designed to work with digital SLR cams along with movie cams. With this 70-300mm telephoto zoom lens, flipping a macro button in the focal length array of 180mm to 300mm obtains a maximum magnification ratio of 1:2 at a minimum purpose range as brief as 95cm (37.4"), allowing close-up shots of flowers, insects, and various other things that normally require the use of a specially designed macro lens. Furthermore, this is a zoom lens that casually provides the remote capture and foreshortening effect enjoyments of the 300mm ultra-telephoto globe. Highlight Improved Coatings Transform Zoom Lens right into a Di Kind Lens Designed for Digital SLR Cameras By employing "Internal Surface area Coatings" (i.e., multiple-layer finishes on concrete surfaces of plural components) and brand-new multiple-layer finishing modern technology on average components, ghosting and flare as a result of representations that take place when light enters th ...

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