Thomas Kettner

As the morning mist clears, and a deep blue sky spreads forth.
With a clap of thunder, the sky is covered with clouds, and large raindrops pour down.
Then comes sunset.
The trees turn greener with each rainfall.
It was a day shortly before summer arrived in its full glory.
The Tamron lens I carried
depicted the air itself in the crystal clear street after the rain.

What one looks for in a fast F/2.8 zoom lens is the ultimate in “definition.” Dependable descriptive power is an effective tool of expression. It’s only when a lens provides good definition in in-focus areas that the bokeh (defocused blur) in the out-of-focus areas come alive.
The lens offers high-speed AF thanks to the USD ring type ultrasonic motor with superior quietness, while the VC vibration compensation is a powerful ally under difficult low-light conditions when you are constantly shooting hand-held.
Exceptional lens coatings let you concentrate on the shot without worrying about halation or ghosting even with backlighting or powerful light sources. An anti-dust coating and weather-resistant construction are also employed, and all these advances culminate in an updated standard zoom that boasts a high level of completion and is suitable for any shooting environment. The focus and zoom rings offer just the right level of torque, while the design has a high-grade feel that sits well in the hand. Representing supremacy in a single lens, the SP 24-70mm F/2.8 G2 is fit for the shooting scenarios of the future.