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Tamron recently announced two additions to their lineup of zoom lenses: the APS-C-dedicated 16-300mm f/3.5-6.3 Di II VC PZD Macro and the full-frame compatible 28-300mm f/3.5-6.3 Di VC PZD. The focal-length range of each lens covers wide-angle to telephoto perspectives, making both ideally suited to everyday shooting scenarios.
To capitalize on the ever-increasing resolution of image sensors, lens manufacturers continue to come up with new optical designs and other lens technologies that allow greater low-light capability and aberration-corrected imagery. Read on to learn more about the standout advances in this year’s roundup of noteworthy SLR camera lenses.
The emergence of long zoom cameras as a legitimate multi-purpose digital camera option continued in 2013. Bridging the divide between conventional point-and-shoot and DSLR cameras, these compact cameras offer portability similar to their mirrorless cousins with more novice-friendly interfaces than advanced interchangeable-lens cameras.
Although it won’t be available until January, 2014, Canon’s recent announcement of Firmware Update Version 2.0 for the EOS-1D X camera means that their flagship DSLR’s functionality is about to be elevated to new heights.
Sony's DEV-50 recording binocular is a binocular-camera hybrid that fuses imaging prowess that rivals today’s prosumer camcorders with functionality that stands alone in the digital binocular market—it records 2D and 3D video in Full HD 1080p and has a 0.8-12x optical zoom range.
Pentax recently introduced three new cameras to their lineup. Each new addition to the Pentax digital camera family has traits similar to their predecessors and offers refinements that will satisfy the upper entry-level photo market.
Sony has recently announced the DEV-50 Digital Recording Binocular, a binocular-camera hybrid capable of recording 3D video in Full HD, capturing 20.4MP stills and outputting native-resolution images via its micro-HDMI port.