Tamron has put a price tag and availability date on its new 90mm Macro and 70-200mm zoom lenses.
The Tamron 90mm f/2.8 DI VC Macro lens will be available in Canon mount starting November 30 for $849. Nikon and Sony mounts to follow thereafter. Pre-order options are at the links below.
Likewise, the Tamron 70-200mm f/2.8 DI VC lens will also be available on November 30 for $1499 with Nikon and Sony versions to follow. Pre-order options are at the links below.
Sony is dropping a massive load of new gear next week. According to massive leakage at Photo Rumors, the full frame Sony A99 and NEX-6 will be officially unveiled on September 12. But that’s not all…
There are several new lenses and accessories for these cameras coming, as well as an impressive NEX-VG900 full frame camcorder priced at $3300 and a new NEX-VG30 camcorder (presumably serving as an update to the NEX-VG20) priced at $1800.
Check out the full list of new Sony gear below. [click to continue…]
Carl Zeiss has announced a new cine zoom lens, the CZ.2 28-80mm T2.9, which will be available in 5 different mounts (PL, EF, F, MFT and E). It features a full frame 36 x 24mm image circle for compatibility with HDSLRs like the 5D Mark III and cine cameras like the Canon C300 and Sony NEX-FS700. This new lens will mate nicely with the Zeiss 70-200mm T2.9 that was announced earlier this year.
The Zeiss CZ.2 28-80mm T2.9 will be available in the second quarter of 2013 at a retail price of $19,900.
More details in the full press release below. [click to continue…]
BlackRapid’s new LensBling lens caps are now in stock for popular Canon and Nikon mount lenses. At just $8.50 each, these actually seem like a pretty good deal and a useful tool for those who carry several lenses and make frequent changes. [click to continue…]
The instant savings deals on Sony NEX cameras and lenses expire September 1, 2012. Check out all the cameras, lenses and adapters for up to $100 instant rebates here at B&H Photo.
There are now over 80 million Canon EF lenses out there in the world. Canon reached the 80 million mark on August 3, 2012 after passing the 60M and 70M marks in 2011. [click to continue…]