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Rangefinder Facebook Giveaway: Two Days Left to Win a Tamron 24-70mm Zoom Lens!

By // May 28, 2014 // Posted in Events & Workshops, Gear & Equipment

Another Rangefinder Facebook giveaway? You bet! A few months ago, we gave away free Full Conference Passes to WPPI 2014, and now (if you haven’t heard), we’ve partnered up with Tamron to give one very lucky photographer a Tamron 24-70mm zoom lens. You only have two days left to enter this giveaway, so hop to it!

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This is a total steal, considering this high-power lens has a $1,299 value. Tamron says the 24-70mm is the world’s only full-frame f/2.8 standard zoom lens with image stabilization, which the lens maker calls Vibration Compensation. The lens also features Ultrasonic Silent Drive, a speedy, inconspicuously quiet and pinpoint accurate way to autofocus, and its 9-blade round diaphragm will give you beautiful bokeh.

Now for the important part: entering the giveaway. Luckily for you, it couldn’t be easier. Here’s what you do:

1. LIKE Rangefinder‘s Facebook page.
2. ENTER your email address into the giveaway (that’s how we contact you if you’ve won).
3. SHARE the giveaway with friends for a chance to receive bonus entries for yourself.

And that’s it! You only need to enter once in order to be in the running for the Tamron 24-70mm zoom lens. Make sure to do it by tomorrow!

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Libby Peterson

Libby Peterson

Libby Peterson is the associate editor of Rangefinder. She graduated from Indiana University’s School of Journalism last year and moved to New York, starting off as the magazine's editorial intern. Having had a full-immersion French education growing up in her native Minneapolis, she especially enjoys writing about culture, design, and the arts.

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5 Comments

  1. please, really would just use it and use it, just allover the place. Thank you

  2. Awesome giveaway! I entered my email to get the newsletter. I hope that is what you mean when you say “enter your email”.