Sponsored Content: Tamron’s Vibration Compensation Is Key to Performance of 18-400 Zoom

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Tamron 18-400mm all-in-one zoom
Tamron 18-400mm F/3.5-6.3 Di II VC HLD (Model B028). For Canon and Nikon mounts Di II: For APS-C format DSLR cameras.

With its 22.2x zoom, versatile focal-length range, and maximum magnification ratio of 1:2.9, the Tamron 18-400 all-in-one ultra-telephoto zoom allows you to shoot everything from landscapes to tele-macro photos of the tiniest critters. Key to the 18-400’s performance is its built-in Vibration Compensation (VC) feature, an exclusive image-stabilization technology that helps to ensure your images stay sharp. Turn the VC on when you’re taking pictures in low-light conditions and when you’re shooting handheld: The VC will stabilize the image in your viewfinder and can provide up to a 4-stop advantage when shooting at slower shutter speeds. The VC in the 18-400 incorporates a gyro sensor so sensitive that it picks up even the slightest hand shake. Remember to switch off the VC when you’re shooting on a tripod or monopod—the VC unit will still “hunt” for nonexistent movement, possibly causing a blurry photo—as well as when you’re mounting and dismounting the lens to your camera.

For more information on the Tamron 18-400mm lens, please go to www.tamron.com

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