The Tamron 17-50 Lens is a high speed standard zoom that features Tamron’s VC anti-shake system for ultimate image control. Designed exclusively for Canon and Nikon DSLRs with APS-C-size sensors (26mm to 77mm equivalent), the new lens is a masterpiece of innovative optical design: compact and lightweight, yet high performance delivering a fast f/2.8 aperture over its entire focal-length range. Tamron’s Vibration Compensation (VC) image stabilization allows critically sharp hand-held image capture and gives 4 extra shutter speed stops for low light/natural light shooting. Save $25 now with mail-in rebate thru 4/30/10 on Tamron’s newest VC lens!
This lens is available for Canon and Nikon APS-C size sensor cameras. In the event the winner owns a full frame camera or a Sony or Pentax mount, the winner can choose the 28-75mm instead.
Winner must have a US Mailing address.
Winner must be 18 years or older.
Winner will be picked via random drawing on April 18th, late afternoon/early evening eastern time.
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For your 1st entry, answer the 3 questions below. You may add an image that helps you convey the answer (if desired). Do not use the image space to add your logo or branding on its own or you will be disqualified.
- Why do you “need” this lens/how would it help your photography?
- What type of subjects or images are you wanting to photograph with this lens?
- What is your favorite focal length to shoot? Mine for example is shooting portraits at 50mm on a full frame camera.
Plus other ways to get bonus contest entries: remember posting about the contest on your favorite forum, blog, facebook and twitter each count as an extra entry. New members to my Facebook Fan Page, RSS subscribers, and new twitter followers get an extra entry for each. And of course if you have my button/link to my site on your blog, you always get an extra entry in every contest! just add a bonus comment for each. Good luck everyone!
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