Thursday, June 22, 2017

Tamron SP 24 -70 mm f2.8 G 2 leaked before announcement

Tamron recently updated their 70-200mm f2.8 lens with a second gen (G2) . The lens , which is said to be an excellent bokeh-monster is now said to get another trinity lens member in the form of a 24-70mm f2.8 which would replace the previous generation 24-70 model from 2012 . The new model which would carry the G2 badge and a more subtle velvet black finish would also be optically superior in order to meet the new sensor needs of modern DSLR and mirrorless camera systems . The new lens will be available for both Canon and Nikon and would retail for about $1299 . Specs listed below are from Nokishita-Camera



SP 24 - 70 mm F / 2.8 Di VC USD G 2

A032
Lens composition: 12 groups 17 sheets
Diaphragm blade: 9 (circular stop)
Minimum shooting distance: 15 inches (about 0.38 m)
Maximum magnification: 1: 5
Image stabilization effect: Approximately 4.5 steps max. 5 steps
Filter diameter: 82 mm
Maximum diameter: 3.5 inches (approx. 89 mm)
Length: 111 mm (for Canon), 108.5 mm (for Nikon)
Weight: 905 g (for Canon), 900 g (for Nikon)
Best-in-class AF performance by dual MPU (Micro Processing Units)
Overseas price: 1299 USD, 1299 GBP

Announcement details are not known , but we expect it to launch hopefully within a month .

Written by Rakitha for MasHD

source - camara.pro

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