Recently, we looked closer at the Tamron 17-70mm f2.8 Di VC.
True innovation often skips lenses for APS-C cameras. But Tamron hasn’t skimped here at all. Calling on their past, the company recently released the Tamron 17-70mm f2.8 Di VC RXD lens. It’s designed for mirrorless APS-C cameras. Specifically, it’s for Sony E mount. But at the same time, it’s probably being wasted there. At under $1,000 you’re getting a lens that can do it all for you. And we discussed that in our recent episode of Pro Camera Reviews.
In This Episode:
Tamron 17-70mm f2.8 Di VC Review Video
Tamron has created what’s arguably one of the most innovative lenses this year. APS-C cameras and lenses need to try much harder to keep our attention. But so much of it is the same out there. This lens, however, is not. We’ve been testing it on the Sony a6600 for a while. and overall, we’re very impressed. It’s more than good enough for professional work. But the best thing about it is the image quality. In fact, it made us very nostalgic. If you’re an old-school Sony lover, you’ll like this! We’re excited to talk to you about this lens.
On the Next Episode
Stay tuned, we’ll be back on February 21st!
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