Sat, 09 Apr|
ProHides - Helen Browning's Royal Oak
Tamron Test and Try Day - 150-500mm Sony Fit
Come and try Tamron's new Sony E / FE exclusive lens. FIRST SESSION FULLY BOOKED - PLEASE CLICK "SELECT DIFFERENT DATE" FOR MORE SESSIONS
Time & Location
09 Apr 2022, 09:00 – 11:00
ProHides - Helen Browning's Royal Oak, Cues Ln, Bishopstone, Swindon SN6 8PP, UK
About The Event
FIRST SESSION FULLY BOOKED - PLEASE CLICK "SELECT DIFFERENT DATE" FOR MORE SESSIONS
Join us with Tamron to test out the 150-500mm in a real world situation here at ProHides in North Wiltshire - just 15 minutes off the M4 or an hour out of London.
On the day Tamron will be providing samples of this lens (as well as a few others) for all attendees to trial. We will take a short trip around the farm photographing a range of subjects in real world scenarios - a real chance to see if this is the right lens for you!
The 150-500mm F/5-6.7 Di III VC VXD (model A057) not only delivers high image quality, but it is also offers high operating convenience. Despite the remarkable 500mm focal length, it is very comfortable to use with a length of only 209.6 mm and a maximum diameter of 93 mm. As the first Tamron lens for full-frame cameras with Sony E-Mount, it is equipped with a VC image stabilizer, which enables sharp ultra-telephoto shots from the free hand. The optical structure comprises 25 elements in 16 groups, among them several special glasses and hybrid aspheres for correcting optical aberrations. The BBAR-G2 coating of the lenses minimizes reflections inside the lens and suppresses ghost images and lens flares, which are particularly common in backlit photos. With a focal length of 150mm, the closest focusing distance is 0.6 m, which means that the lens is also suitable for impressive close-ups. In short: The 150-500mm F/5-6.7 is a very versatile lens that can be used for many motifs - from landscape to wildlife to sports photography.
Includes tea / coffee and transport around the farm.
Limited spaces available so book now to avoid disappointment
Due to the terrain and access around the farm this event is not suitable for disabled attendees.
Includes tea / coffee and transport around farm£0.00