Tamron is rumored to announce a super-zoom with native EF-M mount for the Canon EOS M system. According to recent rumors Tamron EF-M 18-200mm Di III VC lens should be announced tomorrow on June 19.
Even the EOS M system is not so popular in the US, Tamron will become the first third-party manufacturer that releases a lens with EF-M mount. The first image Tamron 18-200mm Di III VC lens for Canon EOS M mirrorless cameras also leaked on the web.
Tamron already has the 18-200mm F/3.5-6.3 Di III VC lens for Sony E-Mount mirrorless system. The upcoming EF-M 18-200mm Di III VC lens will possibly has the same specifications.
Tamron To Announce The 18-200mm Di III VC for EOS M System
Canon has officially announced the EF-M 55-200mm f/4.5-6.3 IS STM lens for EOS-M system mirrorless cameras yesterday. Tamron is going to announce their own telephoto zoom with native EF-M mount on June 19.
Really good times for EOS-M users but at first we have to see if these products will be available in US too. The Tamron 18-200mm Di III VC for EOS M System will be available in black and silver.
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