Tamron SP 70-200mm F/2.8 Di VC USD G2 specifications leaked [CW5]

SP 70-200mm

More detailed specifications of Tamron’s upcoming  SP 70-200mm F/2.8 Di VC USD G2 lens leaked at Nokishita Camera.

Tamron SP 70-200mm F/2.8 Di VC USD G2 (machine translated specifications)

  • Model A025
  • Image stabilization effect for 5 steps which is best in class. Three correction modes including panning-only mode.
  • Antifouling coat and dustproof and drip-proof construction adopted.
  • Adopt electromagnetic diaphragm method for Nikon.
  • Teleconverter compatible. TAP-in Console compatible.
  • Lens construction: 17 groups 23 pieces
  • Minimum shooting distance: 0.95 m
  • Maximum shooting magnification: 1: 6.1
  • Filter diameter: 77 mm
  • Maximum diameter × length: 88 mm × 191.3 mm
  • Weight: 1,485 g
  • Mount: For Canon · For Nikon
  • Suggested retail price: 175,000 yen + tax
  • Mass retailer price: 159,300 yen (tax included)

Announcement of the Tamron SP 70-200mm F/2.8 Di VC USD G2 and the Tamron 10-24mm F/3.5-4.5 Di II VC HLD is expected for February 7th.

Tamron SP 70-200mm F/2.8 Di VC USD G2 and 10-24mm F/3.5-4.5 Di II VC HLD images and specs leaked

Tamron SP 70-200mm
Tamron SP 70-200mm F/2.8 Di VC USD G2

Images and specifications for the Tamron SP 70-200mm F/2.8 Di VC USD G2 and Tamron 10-24mm F/3.5-4.5 Di II VC HLD leaked at Nokishita Camera. Both lenses are expected to be announced February 7.

Tamron SP 70-200mm F/2.8 Di VC USD G2

  • Model A 025
  • Mount: For Canon · For Nikon
  • Suggested retail price: 175,000 yen + tax

Tamron 10-24mm
Tamron 10-24mm F/3.5-4.5 Di II VC HLD

Tamron 10-24mm F/3.5-4.5 Di II VC HLD

  • Model B023
  • First installed with new motor HLD (High / Low Torque Modulated Drive Motor).
  • Equipped with a camera shake correction mechanism VC. Approximately 4 steps for the camera shake correction effect.
  • Antifouling coat and simple drip-proof construction are adopted.
  • TAP-in Console compatible.
  • Lens construction: 11 groups 16 pieces (LD lens 1, XLD lens 1, glass mold aspheric lens 1, composite aspherical lens 1 sheet)
  • Shortest shooting distance: 0.24 m
  • Maximum shooting magnification: 1: 5.3
  • Filter diameter: 77 mm
  • Maximum diameter × length: 83.6 mm × 84.6 mm
  • Weight: 440 g
  • Mount: For Canon · For Nikon
  • Suggested retail price: 70,000 yen + tax
  • Mass retailer price: 62,100 yen (tax included)
[via Nokishita Camera]

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Canon EF 70-200 f/ 2.8 L IS II
Canon EF 70-200 f/ 2.8 L IS II

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Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II with PIXMA PRO-100, filter kit, cleaning kit and photo paper – $1,649

EF 70-200mm

At a glance:

  • Outstanding optics: The lens is constructed of a combination of fluorite and ultra low dispersion lens elements, which reduce aberrations and result in high-contrast, sharp images.
  • 2 Image Stabilization modes: Mode 1 is a general mode for still photography, and Mode 2 smoothes up and down movements when panning with a moving subject.
  • Fast focus: USM ultrasonic autofocus motor is fast, smooth and quiet; manual focus override is available even in AF mode.
  • Focus range limiter: You can set the range of focus distances, to either 3.9′ to infinity or 8.2′ to infinity; both shorten focus times. These are great tools especially for sports photography.
  • Great bokeh: The curved aperture blades create a perfectly round aperture at all settings, promoting pleasing out-of-focus areas and round specular highlights.
  • Rugged build: The lens is sealed against dust and moisture.

Authorised Canon retailer Adorama has a very good bundle deal with the Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II. The bundle includes:

  • Canon EF 70-200mm f/2.8L IS II USM Lens, USA
  • Canon PIXMA PRO-100 Professional Photo Inkjet Printer
  • Pro Optic 77mm Digital Essentials Filter Kit
  • Pro Optic Complete Optics Care and Cleaning Kit
  • Canon SG-201 Photo Paper Plus Semi-Gloss, 13×19″, 50 Sheets

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This experimental timelapse was shot using two EOS 5D Mark III side by side to get extra wide angle and no distortion

panola

From time to time I like to feature timelapse videos that in my opinion stand out from the pack. Pano LA is a time-lapse by Joe Capra that has it all: it’s a well working and interesting experimental setup and it’s visually beautiful.

What makes this timelapse of Los Angeles different from others is the setup. By using two Canon EOS 5D Mark III cameras side-by-side on a custom rig, Joe gets a very wide angle of view without the distortion that usually comes as side effect when using wide angle lenses. He used longer lenses to shoot the time-lapse, i.e. two Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8L, two EF 24-105mm f/4L IS and two EF 70-200mm f/2.8. If you watch the video below, you’ll see how well the compression effect of the longer lenses works for the panoramic rendering.

In joe Capra’s words:

Shooting Pano LA has been the most ambitious, challenging, demanding, and rewarding project I have worked on to date. It was shot over a period of two years entirely in true panoramic form using two synced DSLR cameras side by side. The resulting panoramic timelapse footage comes in at a whopping 10K x 4K resolution when stitched. I did not shoot this film to achieve the extreme resolution. I shot it for the panoramic look, especially the compressed look you get when using long lenses.

Shooting panoramic timelapse was something I had always wanted to do. I love panoramic images and wanted to bring that look to timelapse, and I wanted to do it proper, not by faking it by just cropping the top and bottom of regular timelapse shots. I gave it a try many years ago but was never able to get the images from the two cameras to sync properly and get the images to stitched together correctly.

Along with the custom rig, Joe used RamperPro to control flickering and day to night transitions. For motion control he used a custom motion controller with Kessler Crane TLS with Second Shooter.

Kudos!

[via DIY Photography]