Born in Tokyo. After graduating from Tokyo Polytechnic University Junior College of Photography, he joined the photography department of the evening newspaper Nikkan Gendai. Later became an independent freelance photographer. He has been photographing moments, spaces, and objects created by "people" for magazines and advertisements, including documentaries, portraits, food, and stage performances. His works are snapshots of Tokyo today with a variety of themes and approaches. He also judges photography contests and teaches photography at various venues, and is especially interested in training future photographers, such as high school and university students. Chairman of the Japan Professional Photographers Society.
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70-300mm F/4.5-6.3 Di III RXD a047(Model )
The 70-300mm F/4.5-6.3 Di III RXD (Model A047) for full-frame mirrorless cameras is a telephoto zoom lens designed and created so photographers of all skill levels can enjoy high quality images comfortably. The 70-300mm F4.5-6.3 covers a broad telephoto zoom range yet is the small and lightest weight. With special emphasis on resolving power, TAMRON has deployed special lens elements appropriately arranged to correct chromatic aberration, generally very strong in a telephoto lens, as well as other aberrations. Users can enjoy high-resolution images combined with stunning bokeh qualities that are achievable only with a telephoto lens. The lens also incorporates the RXD, a high-speed precision AF drive system that is remarkably quiet. The 70-300mm F4.5-6.3 is a versatile lens for photographing landscapes, sports and other action, pets, wildlife, and more. The lens also demonstrates its potential for portrait shooting, casual snapshots, and scenarios that require you to be mobile and shoot handheld, like sporting events.