UPDATE: BHphoto (Click here) just launched the NAB special deals.
CameraLand and Prodigital are now offering ne wlow prices on the Tamron A-mount lenses on eBay:
$80 off on the Tamron SP 150-600mm lens (Click here)
$100 off on the Tamron 24-70mm lens (Click here)
$120 off on the Tamron 70-200mm lens (Click here)
$210 off on the Tamron 90mm macro lens (Click here)
$250 off on the Tamron 18-200mm E-mount lens (Click here)
$120 off on the Tamron 10-24mm lens (Click here)
$140 off on the Tamron 28-75mm lens (Click here)
$100 off on the Tamron 18-270mm lens (Click here)
$130 off on the Tamron 70-300mm lens (Click here)
$220 off on the Tamron 17-50mm lens (Click here)
$30 off on the Tamron 18-200mm lens (Click here)
The only new camera announced at NAB is the HDC-4300 camcorder. It’s the World’s First 4K System Camera with Three 4K Image Sensors. The full press release can be read below.
And if are eagerly waiting for photocamera news than you will only have to wait til next week. That’s when we are going to get new RX or/and A-mount stuff!
Mitakon said it will soon launch a new Hyperprime lens for Canon, Nikon, Sony A, Pentax SLR users. They didn’t share any specs yet but this is very likely going to be a new 85mm f/1.2 Full Frame lens!
Images and text by Jörg Haag.
As you know Sony relies a lot on in camera lens compensation. And SAR reader Jörg Haag made that big test to show you the advantages-disadvantages of Sony’s approach. Please note that text and images are propriety of Jörg Haag. So please do not reproduce it without permission from Jörg.