The 18-270mm PZD wins the EISA award
For the sixth time in succession Tamron won with the 18-270mm PZD the EISA award. EISA presents awards each year to products judged to be the best in photographic, audiovisual, and video product categories. A panel of editors from over 50 leading imaging, sound, and electronic industry magazines in 20 European countries review and vote to determine the leading products on the market. With the 18-270mm the jury opts for the lens with the hugest focal-length range in the world and commends the extraordinary flexibility of the lens.
Citation of the EISA jury
"This compact zoom lens is an excellent tool for travel photographers, who can now carry a single all-in-one zoom lens instead of the multiple lenses that would normally be needed to cover this range of focal lengths. Designed for the popular APS-C sensor format, it delivers a focal range that is suitable for anything from landscapes to wildlife photography. The lens is small and light, and the main zoom ring is comfortable and easy to operate. The maximum aperture at the wide-angle end is well suited for working in low-light conditions or when a shallow depth of field is required, and Tamron's new piezoelectric motor achieves near-silent autofocus.”
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