Tamron Lens Reviews and Sweepstakes!

Tamron recently invited 6 BlogHer Reviewers to try the world’s first 15X zoom lens! Truly a perfect all-in-one zoom lens, Tamron’s AF18-270mm covers everything from wideangle to super telephoto plus macro with its first ever 15X zoom range. It also features Vibration Compensation, an anti-shake mechanism called VC, which lets you take blur-free hand-held pictures at up to four stops slower than usual. As you will read in the reviews, this lens handled low light indoor close up shots as well as it delivered sharp zoomed in action photos!

You have 7 chances to win a Tamron lens for yourself. 7 people will win!

Check out the links below to see some of the fantastic photos these bloggers were able to capture with their new Tamron lens. Share a comment on each blog, and on this page below, for a chance to win 1 of 7 Tamron lens of your own!


Holly
of Nothing But Bonfires found the Tamron lens a "nice improvement over the standard built-in lens that came with my Rebel, and it certainly made me feel a whole lot fancier when I was using it. Yep, that’s some technical camera speak right there.” Check out the photos that she took as part of her job.

Nicole of Pinch My Salt took her Tamron lens on a trip didn't have to worry about changing lenses, “…this one lens definitely covered all my needs!” As a food blogger, she had one final test to see how the Tamron lens would hold up in place of her standard food photography lens. See the results!

Rhoda of Southern Hospitality moved outside after taking some photos inside her house. “I took a few pics with it on the deck and could zoom in closer on birds that came to visit and even could get pretty close to the treetops outside, when my other lens wouldn't even come close.”

Dana of Made shared, “It replaces the need for me have multiple lenses. I'm often shooting close-ups of fabric for tutorials. But when I'm out with my kids I prefer a long lens so I can capture the natural moment; to get those candid shots. So, with this lens, I can truly put away my other two lenses.”

Jaden of Steamy Kitchen was impressed by the lenses 15x zoom, making it a “great travel and food lens - because you can take a panoramic shot of the beach as well as closeup shots like the zucchini”. Check out her Middle Eastern Stuffed Zucchini photos!

Stephanie of NieNie Dialogues loves, " the way it was so easy to take close up's as well as far away photos. It was so crisp, clear, and colorful. It was amazing. The lens is hearty, yet light enough to carry around to take photos."


 

The new lens offers the convenience, comfort and versatility of an all-in-one lens that is ultra light (just 19.4 oz.) and is a mere 3.8” long making it ideal for easy shooting from sunrise to sunset. Now you can shoot hand-held confidently with consumer Canon and Nikon DSLR cameras. And like all Tamron lenses purchased from an authorized Tamron dealer, you get a Tamron 6-Year USA warranty. Learn more about what Tamron has to offer.

Now, for a chance to win a Tamron lens of your own, share a comment on how this lens would change how you use your camera!

You must be registered at BlogHer and be logged in to the site, to enter this promotion. If you are not registered, it's free and easy! Simply click on the "Join Us" button in the box at the top of this page.

The sweepstakes runs from November 3, 2010 to November 30, 2010 and is only open to individuals who, at the time of entry deadline, are legal residents of the United States and are 18 years or older; one entry per person and per email address. Please be sure that your email address is up-to-date in your BlogHer profile so that we can contact you if you win! This lens is designed to fit Canon or Nikon Di II DSLR cameras, if you have a different model you can select an alternate Tamron prize, see official rules for details 

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