Tamron 16-300mm f/3.5-6.3 Di II VC PZD Macro is the world’s first 18.8x zoom for APS-C sensor cameras. the new Tamron comes with Vibration Compensation and high-speed Piezo Drive auto-focusing, making it a highly dependable lens you can rely on for crisp, detailed wide-angle and also telephoto shots.
This all-in-1 zoom lens is a supremely versatile tool, that sets a new standard with a revolutionary new 18.8X zoom lens for APS-C sized DSLR cameras.
This awesome lens covers 16mm to 300mm with macro focusing. It deploys aspherical elements and a newly developed glass, with multiple layers of coating, which helps produce extremely clear and sharp images, while preserving compactness.
On a Canon Digital SLR it offers the full frame equivalent field of view of a 25.6-480mm zoom, while on a Nikon Digital SLR it’s the equivalent field of view of 24-450mm.
Vibration Compensation or VC for short, is Tamron’s own proprietary image stabilization system technology.
It employs three driving coils that activate a shake compensating lens technology, with lens elements held in place by 3 ceramic ball bearings, offering a very smooth movement with little friction.
Weighing only 19 oz, the Tamron 16-300mm f/3.5-6.3 Di II VC PZD MACRO makes an ideal lens for those who wish to travel light but wish to expand on imaging opportunities, with fewer lens changes.
This Tamron Di-II lens is made for use with DSLR cameras with it’s image sensors commonly referred to as APS-C.
All Di-II lenses also include built-in properties to optimize digital imaging performance.
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