Product Reviews

Canon EOS 200D EF-S 18-55mm IS STM Black New Launch

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Create Magical Moments

Lightweight, fun and easy to use, the Canon EOS Rebel SL2 camera further proves that quality is key, helping you capture stunning photos and videos you’ll love to see and share. The 24.2 Megapixel CMOS (APS-C) sensor and DIGIC 7 Image Processor deliver brilliantly sharp results, with Dual Pixel CMOS AF keeping your videos and photos in clear focus. Whether you’re taking selfies or vlogging, the Vari-angle Touch Screen LCD helps capture shots at a variety of angles and situations. A Feature Assistant function is available to help guide you through a shot if needed, and when you’re done you can share your creations on the spot thanks to built-in Wi-Fi®*, NFC** and Bluetooth®*** connectivity. Easy to bring and simple to operate, the EOS Rebel SL2 puts creative power in your hands.

In India know as EOS200D

Key Features

The Canon EOS Rebel SL2 camera has a powerful 24.2 Megapixel CMOS (APS-C) sensor that can capture high-resolution images of immense quality in a wide variety of lighting situations. Take photos and videos with fine details and dynamic, rich colors from the deepest reds to emerald greens to lush blues and purples. Simply turn the camera on and feel confident that the results will be stunning whether they are being shared with your friends on social media or blown up into poster-sized prints.


Line up the shot you want in Live View with virtually no wait for the EOS Rebel SL2 camera to focus thanks to Dual Pixel CMOS AF which helps deliver the world’s fastest autofocusing speed at 0.03 sec.^ Equipped with phase-detection, it can quickly and accurately determine how far away a subject is and where the lens should focus, and offers fast, smooth and precise autofocus that stays locked onto your subject, even if they are in motion, for both photos and videos. Dual Pixel CMOS AF helps ensure your results are sharp, keeps the time it takes to lock focus onto your subject to a minimum and smoothly maintains focus where you want it.


The EOS Rebel SL2 camera features a Vari-angle Touch Screen LCD that can be ideal for composing and reviewing your photos. Tap the screen during Live View while taking photos or videos and thanks to Dual Pixel CMOS AF, the EOS Rebel SL2 will quickly lock focus to that location in the image. Touch gestures can be used for zooming in or swiping through images after you’ve taken them, and menu and quick control settings can be accessed quickly and easily. In addition, the Vari-angle Touch Screen LCD lets users utilize Selfie Mode with a touch of a button so you can capture high-quality selfie shots with ease.


Built-in Wi-Fi®* Capability

The EOS Rebel SL2 camera is designed to make connecting to Wi-Fi®* fast and easy. It can exchange data with other Wi-Fi® compatible Canon cameras, and transfer files directly to a compatible smart device using the Camera Connect app. Just press the Wi-Fi® button and the camera will connect to Wi-Fi® allowing you to share and upload directly to various web services like CANON iMAGE GATEWAY#, Facebook® and YouTube® as well as print directly to compatible wireless Canon printers.


Built-in NFC** Capability

 With its built-in NFC (Near Field Communication) capability**, the EOS Rebel SL2 camera connects directly to compatible Android devices as well as Canon’s Connect Station CS100 device by simply touching the NFC icon located on the camera to the device.


Built-in Bluetooth®*** Capability

 Bluetooth®*** pairing helps you connect the camera to compatible smart devices using the free Canon Camera Connect app*. The Bluetooth® capability uses a low-energy connection that can be set to connect automatically upon discovery of the two devices and helps preserve battery life while maintaining a wireless connection. You can also establish a direct Wi-Fi® connection to use your phone as a viewfinder, as well as check and download previously captured photos and videos. In addition, Bluetooth® lets you connect to the optional Wireless Remote Control BR-E1 for remote shooting as well as pick up GPS shooting location data from the user’s compatible smartphone.


The Canon EOS Rebel SL2 camera supports Full HD quality movies at 60p and can produce incredibly smooth moving images for playback, or for sharing videos on social media. Vloggers will appreciate the ease with which it can record quality audio that’s immediately ready for uploading. For even more sophisticated sound recording, the EOS Rebel SL2 has an external microphone input to complement its internal microphone.

sl2_feature_05.jpgThe DIGIC 7 Image Processor powers the Canon EOS Rebel SL2 camera to produce high image quality and fast operation, even in in low light. When using high ISO settings, the image processing helps keep results sharp and detailed in virtually any lighting situation. Powerful all around, the DIGIC 7 Image Processor helps ensure your photos and videos look sharp and lifelike with minimal noise or grain.

6dmk2_feature_04Especially useful when shooting in bright light, the Canon EOS Rebel SL2 camera incorporates a fully featured optical viewfinder with a wide-area, 9-point AF system designed to achieve sharp focus in an instant. This sophisticated AF system makes it easy to capture the action, no matter where the subject moves. 63-zone evaluative metering helps the EOS Rebel SL2 achieve optimal exposure with a diverse array of subjects and lighting conditions.


With its Feature Assistant function, the EOS Rebel SL2 camera helps users take advantage of its advanced features and create impressive photos with ease. By explaining and illustrating the camera’s shooting modes and their effects with sample photos of each mode, Feature Assistant encourages experimentation and provides guidance for creating amazing photographs.


The smallest and lightest EOS DSLR camera to feature both an APS-C sensor and a Vari-angle LCD, the EOS Rebel SL2 is easy to bring with you. With improvements in design and construction, the EOS Rebel SL2 is portable and lightweight with no compromise in performance. Its compact construction is accompanied by excellent usability, including a rounded grip that can sit comfortably in your hand. Conveniently sized for everyday use, the EOS Rebel SL2 means less missed opportunities and more memories preserved and shared in high image quality.

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Canon EOS 6D Mark II – an affordable full-frame DSLR

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Versatility Delivered

For superb performance on the go, the Canon EOS 6D Mark II camera puts full-frame performance into a compact, fully featured DSLR. Its 26.2 Megapixel CMOS sensor and DIGIC 7 Image Processor help deliver amazing results even at expanded ISO settings, making it great for challenging low-light situations as well as landscape, portrait and event photography. The EOS 6D Mark II also features an impressive optical viewfinder with 45 all cross-type AF points*, fast and accurate Dual Pixel CMOS AF and a Vari-angle Touch Screen LCD for Live View operation which helps create unique angles. With the EOS 6D Mark II’s speed to capture action and the versatility to create phenomenal photographs and Full HD 60p videos in numerous environments and lighting situations, the camera offers creative content makers a winning combination of advanced features in a portable package that’s as fun as it is powerful.


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The Canon EOS 6D Mark II features a 26.2 Megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor (approx. 35.9mm x 24.0mm) designed to create high-resolution and detailed images. Capable of sensitivities ranging from ISO 100 to ISO 40000 (expandable to L: 50 and H2: 102400), the EOS 6D Mark II’s sensor captures images of 6240 x 4160 pixels with a pixel size of 5.67 µm square for outstanding detail and a superb signal-to-noise ratio, resulting in great images. Combined with the EOS 6D Mark II’s compact and lightweight design, it helps make high-resolution photography easy and accessible.

6dmk2_feature_01.jpgFor next-level AF operation, the Canon EOS 6D Mark II camera has a wide-area, 45-point all cross-type AF system* which allows you to track fast subjects accurately throughout the frame and has low luminance performance to EV -3 which makes it excellent in dim light. Canon’s high-precision AF system, high-quality bright prism and Intelligent Viewfinder II let you see exactly what the lens sees. These features help provide instant information such as camera settings, with a limited chance of glare so you can easily see and quickly change settings on the spot no matter the shooting situation. The EOS 6D Mark II also features 5 types of AF area selection modes useful for a number of different AF situations.


The Canon EOS 6D Mark II camera features Canon’s brilliant Dual Pixel CMOS AF for crisp Live View shooting. With two photodiodes per pixel capable of phase-difference detection autofocus, Dual Pixel CMOS AF delivers fast and accurate AF throughout the image plane. Able to detect shifts in movement at the pixel level, Dual Pixel CMOS AF enables continuous automatic AF and AF tracking that enhances overall camera operation for sharp still images and smooth, accurate focus transitions in movies, even at Full HD 60p.


The DIGIC 7 Image Processor powers the Canon EOS 6D Mark II camera to produce high image quality and fast operation, even in in low light. The camera features a wide range of ISO 100–40000 for still and videos and it can help keep results sharp and detailed in virtually any lighting situation. Powerful all around, the EOS 6D Mark II can produce beautiful images even where light is limited.


The Canon EOS 6D Mark II is the first full-frame Canon EOS DSLR camera to have a Vari-angle Touch Screen 3.0-inch ClearView LCD II monitor for composing and reviewing photos and movies with ease. Its touch sensitive controls make it easy to select and adjust focus, menu and quick control settings with a touch of a finger. Two-finger touch gestures can be used for zooming or changing images. The 1.04 million dot LCD monitor is constructed to help minimize reflections and treated with a smudge-resistant coating for a bright, clear and easily viewable display.


Built-in Wi-Fi®** Connectivity

For a useful and quick workflow in a variety of locations, the Canon EOS 6D Mark II camera’s built-in Wi-Fi®** feature can help streamline camera operations across the board. Using the free Canon Camera Connect app** on a compatible iOS® or Android™ device, the EOS 6D Mark II can easily be set up to shoot remotely from a distance, even in Live View mode, with complete control of settings such as aperture, shutter speed, ISO, focus and shutter release. Image review and transfer are similarly fast and easy without having to take the camera out of its bag. Still images can even be transferred between two wireless-enabled Canon cameras over a Local Area Network (LAN). Images and video can also be uploaded instantly to CANON iMAGE GATEWAY# for easy sharing on social networking sites, and photos can even be printed on a wireless PictBridge-certified printer without the need for a PC.


Built-in NFC*** Capability

Built-in NFC*** (Near Field Communication) technology helps provide the Canon EOS 6D Mark II camera with a virtually seamless connection to compatible Android™ devices***. Simply tap to connect and transfer images and videos. It’s also compatible with the Canon Connect Station CS100 device, which makes it simple for photographers and moviemakers to view and organize all their photos and videos on one connected device.

6dmk2_feature_06b.jpgBuilt-in Bluetooth®^ Capability

Bluetooth®^ pairing helps you connect the camera to compatible smart devices using the free Canon Camera Connect app. The Bluetooth® capability uses a low-energy connection that can be set to connect automatically upon pairing of the two devices and helps preserve battery life while maintaining a wireless connection. Bluetooth® lets you quickly and easily connect the EOS 6D Mark II camera to the optional Wireless Remote Control BR-E1 for remote shooting.



Built-in GPS^^ Capability

When you’re capturing images while traveling on vacation or if you’re on the job, GPS has become an important and valuable tool. The EOS 6D Mark II camera’s built-in GPS helps content creators both tag their images with critical location data, and also adjust the time and timestamp on the camera automatically. Since it’s compatible with American GPS satellites, Russian GLONASS satellites and Japanese quasi-zenith satellites Michibiki, the GPS information can stay consistent and accurate.

6dmk2_feature_06d.jpgThe EOS 6D Mark II camera is designed to keep up with the action. Its remarkable shutter, advanced AF and exposure and image processing systems help ensure virtually instantaneous response and performance at up to 6.5 fps^^^, even at full resolution. Whether searching for candid moments at a wedding or capturing an athlete’s explosive motion, the EOS 6D Mark II doesn’t let file size compromise the speed of capture even when bracketing exposures of a complex lighting situation, helping photographers and moviemakers consistently attain high-quality and sharp images.


The EOS 6D Mark II camera is built for uninterrupted performance, even when conditions get messy. The battery compartment cover, card slot cover, lens mount, terminal covers and buttons are weather-sealed to help keep water and dust out. The EOS 6D Mark II’s high precision aluminum alloy and polycarbonate resin construction ensures a lightweight and durable camera that gives you the confidence to use in various situations.

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Spark from DJI’s is the latest, cheapest and tiniest drone for now..

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In past few months, the biggest trend in the drone industry has been shrinking the size of the units to make them more portable and available. As DJI unveiled its latest aircraft, the Spark, a mini drone that weighs in at less than a single pound (0.6 pounds, to be exact). But just as it did with the Mavic Pro, the company has managed to squeeze a ton of powerful feAlong with its form factor, the other thing DJI managed to shrink on this unit was the price. Until now, every new unit the company released has started close to $1,000. The Spark will cost just $499, putting it up against cheaper units from Parrot, Yuneec, and ZeroTech.

The Spark will have an intelligent fight controls like ActiveTrack and TapFly, which were already present in DJI’s premium Phantom 4 drone. You can use gesture control to manoeuvre the drone in any direction, Jedi-style, or use a smartphone to control it up to 109 yards away. Battery life clocks in at 16 minutes of flight time on a single charge, but you can charge on the go with a Micro USB. DJI will be selling an accessories package that includes a charging hub, propeller guards, an extra battery you can swap out from the Spark, a remote control.

Spark’s camera is supported by a two-axis gimbal and can capture 1080p video and 12-megapixel still photos. A new feature called QuickShot lets the drone shoot one minute of footage and edit it down to 10 seconds for you to share. The Spark has onboard sensors that allow it to dodge obstacles, with the drone’s top speed maxing out at 31 miles per hour.

Great news is that It will be available in five colors: Alpine White, Sky Blue, Meadow Green, Lava Red, and Sunrise Yellow.

So keep waiting we shall share more news and delivery updates soon ….



Relive your adventures with the TG-5.The definitive high-image-quality Tough camera.

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Whether it be in the mountains, on the beach, or in the snow, the Tough series can withstand the most punishing environments. The TG-5 is the pinnacle of the Tough series, and its new image sensor and new TruePic VIII image processor deliver significant improvements to image quality. It is equipped with a Field Sensor System which records various field data so you can recreate the shooting experience on your smartphone. Take this camera with you to make outdoor activities, such as mountain climbing and diving, even more fun.

Further advanced image quality and Tough performance

The TG-5 is equipped with the latest image sensor and image processor, and a bright f/2.0 high-resolution lens for high image quality. Its Tough performance and anti-fog dual-pane protective glass make for worry-free use in the harshest environments.


The Field Sensor System lets you relive your experiences

Data, such as latitude/longitude, temperature, and altitude/depth, recorded by the Field Sensor System during your shoot can be imported to your smartphone using the Olympus Image Track app to realistically recreate the experience of shooting.


4K Movie Compatibility

The TG-5 features significant improvements in video recording. It is compatible with 4K Movie which provides the ability to capture a greater level of detail in your videos. High-speed Movie is also supported, providing 120-fps recording capability at Full HD resolution.

The Variable Macro System expands macro photography

The Variable Macro System consists of four shooting modes for expanded macro photography and two separately available accessories for close-up shooting. This system makes it possible to capture photos of the tiniest details that cannot be seen with the naked eye.

Versatile shooting modes for creative expression

The TG-5 is packed with a variety of shooting modes such as Underwater Mode optimised for underwater photography, and Pro Capture for capturing split-second movement. With these features, more creative expression can be achieved easily.



Superb controls and system expandability

Photography in the most punishing environments require excellent controls and system expandability. The TG-5 camera design has been improved with this in mind, for easier use and more versatile shooting.




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Nikon D7500 vs Canon 77D What is the right choice

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Let’s have a transitory look at the main features of Nikon D7500 vs Canon 77D. So, what may be the main differences when consider their specs list has got to offer.

If you’re trying to decide which one to buy as your first camera, here are the variances of Nikon D7500 vs Canon 77D cameras. Our comparison table below covers all the important specifications like sensor, image size, shooting speed, lcd size etc..

Nikon D7500 vs Canon 77D Comparison Table

Features Nikon D7500 Canon 77D
Sensor resolution 20.9MP APS-C CMOS 24.2-Megapixels
AA Filter No Yes
Max Image Resolution 5568 x 3712 6000 x 4000
Image Processor EXPEED 5 Dual DIGIC 7
ISO ISO 50 (exp)/ISO 100 – ISO 51200/ISO 1,640,000 (exp) 100 – 25,600 Boost: 51,200
AF System Multi-CAM 3500FX II 51 point AF (15 cross-type) Phase Detection 45 point all cross-type AF system
LCD 3.2″ / 8 cm Titling touchscreen 921,600 dots 3″ Rear Touchscreen Swivel LCD (1,040,000)
Viewfinder Optical 100% coverage 0.94x/0.63 x Optical (Pentaprism) 0.82x magnification 95% coverage
Shutter Speed 30-1/8000 sec 30 – 1/4000 sec
Flash X Sync Speed 1/250 sec 1/200 sec
Burst Speed 8fps 6fps
Exposure Compensation ±5 (at 1/3 EV, 1/2 EV steps) ±5 (at 1/3 EV, 1/2 EV steps)
Video Recording (max. res) H.264 QuickTime MOV 4K UHD/30p, 25p, 24p 1920×1080 (60/50/30/25/24p)
Time Lapse Yes Yes
Jpeg Buffer Size 100 Unlimited
RAW Buffer Size 50 27
SD Slots 1 SD slot with uHS-I support 1 SD slot with uHS-I support
Mic Input Yes Yes
Headphone Jack Yes No
Wireless Connectivity Wi-Fi with Snapbridge Wi-Fi + NFC + Bluetooth
USB Charge Yes Yes
Environmentally Sealed Yes No
Battery Life 950 shots 600 shots
Dimensions 136 x 104 x 73 mm 131.0 x 99.9 x 76.2 mm
Weight 22.58 oz (640g) 19.0 oz (540g)



Review: Tamron 15-30mm f/2.8 Di VC USD SP

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Tamron has made a good gamble with this 15-30mm f/2.8 Di VC USD SP Lens, offering a full-frame ultra-wide angle zoom lens complete with image stabilisation and a fast ƒ/2.8 aperture. There are some notable alternatives in this category, but nothing includes all of these features.


The lens employs a fairly complex design of 18 elements in 13 groups, with three LD elements, 2 standard aspherical elements and a special XGM aspherical element (“expanded glass mould”). It is available in Canon, Nikon and Sony Alpha mounts, but the Sony mount doesn’t come equipped with image stabilisation, as those cameras have their own in-camera I.S. system.

The lens has a built-in hood, does not accept filters (on the front or rear of the lens)


As with most wide-angle lenses, the Tamron 15-30mm ƒ/2.8 excels when mounted on a sub-frame camera like the Canon 7D, where the image sensor doesn’t “see” the corner performance of the lens. To wit: on the Canon 7D, the lens provides excellent results for sharpness, straight away from ƒ/2.8 and at any focal length. Stopped down to ƒ/4 the lens provides tack-sharp images across the frame.

On the Canon 1Ds mkIII, it’s a little different, but not terribly so. The lens suffers in the corners at ƒ/2.8, and at 15-20mm. Zoomed in beyond 20mm, the corners are a little better, but the area of sharpness in the center is a bit sparse. The lens definitely benefits from being stopped down, and at ƒ/4 there’s dramatic improvement in the corners, across the board. There’s a little bit more improvement stopped down to ƒ/5.6, but that’s about as good as it gets, and the lens never really achieves tack-sharpness when mounted on our Canon 1Ds mkIII, but its results are still excellent at ƒ/5.6 through to ƒ/11.

Diffraction limiting begins at ƒ/11, but you really won’t see it until ƒ/16, where generalised softness descends on the image. The lens is capable of stopping down to ƒ/22, but it’s not really recommended, as diffraction is robbing you of considerable sharpness at this aperture. Besides, for this lens, if you recall your hyper-focal distance calculation, you don’t need to stop down excessively before everything in the frame is in focus.

Chromatic Aberration

It’s noticeable in the corners with this lens, but not overly so – if you peep your pixels, you’ll see it in areas of high contrast, showing up as a cyan/magenta colour shift. It’s similarly prominent mounted on either a sub- or full-frame camera.

Shading (”Vignetting”)

With the Tamron 15-30mm ƒ/2.8 mounted on the Canon 7D, we noted negligible corner shading – the only noteworthy point was at the 15mm focal length, where we see corners that are just 1/4 EV darker than in the center.

On the Canon 1Ds Mark III however, it’s a different story – at 15mm and ƒ/2.8, the corners are a full stop darker than the center of the frame. That’s the most significant – any other setting is better. On average, you’ll be looking at between 1/3 and 1/2 EV of corner shading, depending on your setting.


Mounted on the Canon 7D, distortion is fairly tame, again, because the sensor can’t see the edges of the lens. On the Canon 1Ds MarkIII, there is some substantial image distortion. It’s a prominent barrel distortion at 15mm, then as you zoom in towards 20mm it improves to negligible distortion. As you zoom beyond 20mm towards 30mm, you’ll encounter significant pincushion distortion in the corners.

Autofocus Operation

Autofocus is conducted electronically by UDS (Ultrasonic Silent Drive), and it takes less than one second to focus from infinity to closest focus — it’s very quiet as well. The front element doesn’t rotate during focus operations, but since filters can’t be attached to this lens that’s of little significance. Autofocus results can be overridden at any time by just turning the manual focusing ring.


You don’t generally buy an ultra-wide angle lens for macro performance, and in this case you won’t see amazing performance – just 0.2x magnification, but it does benefit from a minimum close-focusing distance of 11 inches.

Build Quality and Handling

Tamron’s new lens design format uses a very modern type face, and a stippled black matte finish. The lens mount is metal; the filter ring is plastic, and there are weather seals integrated into the lens design. The lens offers a windowed distance scale, marked in feet and meters. The lens features full-time manual focus override: that is to say, you can autofocus and turn the focusing ring to adjust focus manually at any time. There are two switches on this lens: one to enable/disable autofocus, and the other to enable/disable the Vibration Control (VC) system. The lens aperture is designed with nine curved diaphragm blades.

Tamron has elected to swap the position of the zoom and focus rings: where most other manufacturer’s zoom rings come first, and the focus ring further away from the body, it’s the opposite for this Tamron. Also, if it matters to you, the manual focus ring direction echoes Nikon lenses, rather than Canon. The focusing ring is about 5/8″ wide and is rubber-coated, with deep rubber ribs. Since the lens now uses an electrical focusing system there are no hard stops on either end of the focus throw and the ring will turn forever in either direction.

The zoom ring is about 1 1/8″ wide with a ribbed, rubber coating. The ring has a relatively short throw – it takes about 50 degrees to turn through the entire zoom range. The lens doesn’t use an internal focus system, so there is lens extension as the lens zooms out to 15mm, but it’s covered by the built-in lens hood so there’s little risk of damage.

The lens features Tamron’s Vibration Control (VC) image stabilisation system, but in this lens it’s not especially useful for stills. At the wide end it provides about a half stop improvement, and at 30mm it provides perhaps a stop of improvement. I do think it will be very useful for movie-making, helping to smooth out camera movement. It’s worth looking at our IS Test tab for greater detail.

As we’ve mentioned, the lens hood is built-in, and there are no filter threads on the front of the lens, nor is there capacity to drop in or attach filters to the rear of the lens. If you want to use a polarizer with this lens, or any filter for that matter, you’ll need to invest in a third-party system.


You could also choose from these other lenses that are its equivalents.

  1. Canon EF 16-35mm ƒ/2.8L II USM ~$1,500

The Canon is a bit sharper, but corner shading is a bit more significant on a full-frame body. It has the fast ƒ/2.8 aperture, but no image stabilisation. It’s also more expensive, but you are getting Canon’s premiere L-glass.

2.Nikon 16-35mm ƒ/4G ED VR II AF-S ~$1,100

Nikon and Tamron produce similar results for performance, though the Nikon has a bit better results for corner shading on full-frame. The Nikon also offers image stabilisation, but only stops down to ƒ/4. They’re comparably priced.

3.Sony 16-35mm ƒ/2.8 ZA SSM II Zeiss ~$2,250

Sony products always have a bit of a premium price attached, and that’s no exception for this product. We haven’t yet tested this lens, but it offers the same ƒ/2.8 aperture, however, no image stabilisation.

4.Sigma 12-24mm ƒ/4.5-5.6 EX DG Aspherical HSM ~$1,000

You can’t actually buy this version of the Sigma 12-24mm, ad we haven’t yet reviewed the new version II of this lens. This was the grand-daddy of ultra-wide lenses, offering a staggering 12mm wide angle on a full frame body. It doesn’t offer image stabilisation, and it is far from the fast ƒ/2.8 aperture offered by the Tamron, but for a similar price you get much wider performance. Optically, it’s much worse, but if you stop it down it’s fairly good.

Conclusion: Uncompromising Quality

Superb corner-to-corner image quality from an ultra-wide-angle zoom. The 15-30mm is the first zoom to combine such a wide range of coverage, a fast F/2.8 aperture, and to offer image stabilisation, further proof of Tamron’s commitment to innovation and excellence.

The MRP of this lens is Rs.90,000/- and is also available with Bajaj Finance on 0% EMI On Thirdi Digital.

You can get it here:


Sony Launches 2 Full Frame Lenses

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Sony has announced two new full-frame lenses, the FE 50mm f/1.8 and FE 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6 G OSS lenses for E-mount mirrorless cameras, including their most respected a7 series cameras.

Sony FE 50mm f/1.8 Lens is a lightweight and compact  lens that offers full-frame shooters a normal perspective along with a bright f/1.8 maximum aperture, an aspherical element, and a 7-blade circular aperture mechanism for smooth bokeh.

Sony 1.8 new lens

Some the specifications of this Lens include:

  •     E-Mount Lens/Full-Frame Format
  •     Aperture Range: f/1.8 to f/22
  •     One Aspherical Element
  •     Double-Gauss Optical Design
  •     DC Autofocus Motor
  •     Rounded Seven-Blade Diaphragm

Sony FE 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6 G OSS Lens is also lightweight and yet robust. Which makes it smaller and easier to travel with than the more-conventional super telephoto DSLR lenses, making it suitable for travel and wildlife photographers alike.

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Built-in Optical SteadyShot image stabilization limits the effects of camera shake, especially at long telephoto focal lengths, and an advanced linear actuator motor allows for quiet, fast, and exact autofocus. Dust and moisture resistance prevent inclement weather or unwanted dust from damaging your equipment.

Specifications of this lens include:

  •     E-Mount Lens/Full-Frame Format
  •     Aperture Range: f/4.5 to f/29
  •     Four Aspherical and Two ED Elements
  •     Nano AR Coating
  •     Linear Autofocus Motor
  •     Internal Focus Design; MF Override
  •     Focus Hold Button and Range Limiter
  •     Optical SteadyShot Image Stabilization
  •     Dust- & Moisture-Resistant Construction
  •     Rounded Nine-Blade Diaphragm


You can get the Sony FE 50mm f/1.8 Lens here:
MRP: INR 19,990/-
Offer Price: INR 17,991/-