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Tamron SP AF 70-300 F/4-5.6 Di VC USD April 3rd 2015 @ 9:45pm

Having been pro Photographers for over thirty years, we are constantly testing new photographic equipment. This is to ensure we offer our clients the best possible solution and quality for their projects.

For over fifteen years we have made extensive use of the Canon pro bodies and ‘L’ lens systems which have proved to be both reliable and amazing at what they do. However, their cost is mind blowing with the Canon Pro DSLR bodies often tipping the £5,000.00 mark with the average Canon ‘L’ lens hitting around the £2,000.00 price range.

However, as technology improves we have found that Tamron now offer identical quality and performance from a range of their latest lenses. More amazing is that these models are three times cheaper than the Canon equivalent.

Our objective at Wallgo has been, and always will be, to offer class leading photographic services to our clients.

We make the above points as  we were amazed at the test images we took at Colchester Zoo on a dark day and shooting through dirty glass viewing windows with a £300.00 Tamron SP AF 70-300 F/4-5.6 Di VC USD lens attached to a Nikon D810. Even more amazing was that we had the lens on full zoom! We took similar pictures using a Canon 5D MK III with a £1,000.00 Canon ‘L’ 70-300 lens attached and we could not tell the difference under these shooting conditions.  

Ok, some may say that the Canon 5D MK III is a 22mp camera and the Nikon D810 is a 36mp model. Well, the lens will play a far greater role in the quality of the images than megapixels!

Just goes to show what modern manufacturing technologies can achieve!


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