Tamron USA Limited Time Rebate
Tamron USA announced that it will have a special $50 Mother's Day mail-in rebate on the award-winning 18-270mm Di II VC PZD All-In-One 15X zoom lens (model B008) for just eleven days starting May 3 through May 13, 2013. There will also be a $30 rebate on the 18-200mm Di II All-In-One 11X zoom lens (model A14). The rebates are valid on purchases made at any Tamron USA authorized dealer (find a dealer here: http://tinyurl.com/FindTamronDealer) during the May 3-13, 2013 time-frame. Rebate requests must be post-marked by 5/27/13 to qualify. The rebate form can be downloaded at http://tinyurl.com/Tamron-Rebates
Tamron's 18-270mm all-in-one zoom (model B008) is the photographer's best travel companion for day trips or long journeys and everyday in between vacations. At just 15.9 oz. and only 3.8" long, it's the world's most compact 15X zoom available. This most versatile Tamron lens effortlessly zooms from wideangle to telephoto to macro close-ups without ever having to switch lenses, saving the photographer from missed shots or getting dirt on the sensor while changing lenses. The 18-270mm lens is designed exclusively for Canon, Nikon and Sony* APS-C format DSLRs and features Tamron's acclaimed VC (Vibration Compensation) image stabilization system that gives the user up to 4 extra stops of shutter-speed advantage for blur-free hand-held shots, and Tamron's PZD AF motor for fast and quiet autofocus. The lens was awarded the prestigious EISA Best Zoom Lens of the Year 2011-2012. Read more, see videos and view images at: http://tamron-usa.com/lenses/prod/18270_vcpzd.asp.
Tamron's 18-200mm, an ultra compact 11.1x zoom (model A14), is a favorite for those who desire an all-in-one zoom at a modest price. The lens weighs a mere 14.9 oz. and is just 3.3" long. The 18-200mm is designed exclusively for Canon, Nikon, Pentax and Sony APS-C format DSLRs. The lens received the TIPA Best Consumer Lens 2005 award. See more at: http://www.tamron-usa.com/lenses/prod/18200_diII.asp.
- Our Favorite Reader Photos from "The Great Outdoors" Assignment
- Travel Photo Tips: It’s Not What You See, but What You Feel That Makes for Better Pictures
- Don’t Screw Up: Here’s the Correct Way to Use a Reflector for Better Outdoor Portraits (VIDEO)
- Fujifilm Announces Pricing, Availability & Lenses for GFX 50S Medium Format Mirrorless Camera
- This Happened When Kristina Makeeva Took a Stroll on the Deepest, Cleanest Lake On Earth