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October 16, 2007

Last chance to win a Tamron lens

Tamron's "Make Your Mark" photo contest deadline is just two weeks away. All it takes is a prize winning image of a natural or manmade landmark. This is you chance to win a Tamron AF18-250mm F/3.5-6.3 Di II Aspherical (IF) Macro zoom lens and have your winning shot published.

Tamron's Press Release with contest details is provided below:

October 12, 2007, Commack, NY -- It's your last chance to enter the Tamron User 2007 Photo Contest. Take a picture of a natural or manmade landmark from anywhere on the four corners of the globe and submit it to Tamron's 2007 Photo Contest: "Make Your Mark: Photographing Natural or Manmade Landmarks Around the World."

The leading photo lens company is looking for images from Tamron users that creatively capture a natural or manmade landmark. Images can range from natural splendors like the Grand Canyon or Niagara Falls, or manmade wonders such as the Eiffel Tower or the Taj Majal. The Tamron photo contest is open to Tamron lens owners residing in the USA. The Tamron "Make Your Mark" Photo Contest deadline is 10/31/07. See rules and submission details at http://www.tamron.com/enews/archives/contest.asp

The Make Your Mark grand prize winner will receive a magnificent Tamron AF18-250mm F/3.5-6.3 Di II Aspherical (IF) Macro zoom lens in any D-SLR mount available and have his or her winning image showcased in Tamron's Viewfinder magazine and on the Gallery section of the Tamron website. Up to 20 runners-up will also have their winning images published on the website for all to see.

About Tamron
Tamron is a leading manufacturer of lenses for photographic, industrial, laboratory, video, digital and scientific applications. Among its many optical and mechanical innovations since the start of the company in 1950, Tamron's development of mass produced hybrid aspherical elements in 1992 paved the way for high ratio zoom lenses. The technology was incorporated into the ground-breaking 28-200mm and continues with the new 18-250mm developed exclusively for use on digital SLR cameras and featuring an unprecedented 13.9X zoom range.

Posted by flashdeadline at October 16, 2007 6:15 AM