Just a few days ago on their YouTube channel, Tamron shared this short video featuring Australian photographer, Glynn Lavender at work with the 17-35mm ultra-wide-angle lens. I love sharing these short videos for several reasons.
I love the tagline on Tamron's page for the 17-35mm lens,
"Wide-angle photography just got easier."
"The 17-35mm F/2.8-4 Di OSD (Model A037) is an ultra-wide-angle zoom lens that combines superb image quality with outstanding portability as the lightest and smallest size in its class.* It uses four LD (Low Dispersion) lens elements to minimize axial chromatic aberrations. And with two GM (Glass Molded Aspherical) lenses not only can it provide the sharpness and contrast demanded by high-end lenses, it can also handle peripheral point image reproducibility."
Check out more about this remarkable lens along with Tamron's complete product line with a visit to your Tamron dealer. And, get to know Glynn Lavender with a click on any of the three images I chose for this post.
Tamron never slows down on their goal of helping photographers raise the bar on the quality of their images through great optics and a dedication to education and support!
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