New from Tamron & Samyang

We are delighted to announce that one of the biggest names in photography distribution, Intro2020, will be exhibiting their impressive portfolio of brands at CameraWorld LIVE and bringing some new lenses to the event.

Photographers at the show will be able to to get their hands on the much-anticipated Tamron 18-400mm superzoom (pictured) and 24-70mm G2 lenses for the very first time. And the  EISA and TIPA award-winning 150-600mm F/5-6.3 G2 telephoto zoom lens, as well as the highly-regarded SP 70-200mm F/2.8, will also be on display and available to try on the stand.

It will also be the first showing of the new AF 35mm FE Samyang lens (pictured). This is the third addition to the Samyang AF range, joining the 14mm F2.8 FE and 50mm F1.4 FE, and continues the development of this range of more affordable lenses for Sony E-mount users.

Cine lenses from Tokina and Xeen will also be on show for any videographers who are looking to move on from their photo lenses and take their first steps into cine glass.

Filters have long been at the heart of Intro2020. Hoya filters, one of their longest established suppliers, have more recently been joined by Cokin and Kenko expanding their photo filter range considerably. All three of these filter brands will be on display at CameraWorld LIVE.  

There will also be a wide range of accessories, such as the waterproof cases of B&W International, camera bags, lighting, camera straps, lighting, tripods, remotes and more, to see on the stand. And for anyone with a passion for wildlife and birdwatching, there will be a selection of Steiner binoculars available to try.

Jane Nicholson, Marketing Manager at Intro2020 said "We’re really excited to be bringing our range of outstanding camera and cine accessories to CameraWorld LIVE. The location and high tech venue mean that we can really demonstrate the full range of products to their best ability and showcase new products, too."

Here is the full line-up of brands that Intro2020 will be showing at CameraWorld LIVE, which is sure to make their stand a must visit for every photographer.

 

 

Katie Teesdale-Ward