Tamron Hall & Apple: The story of the first woman to hold the patent on the camera lens

Posted January 15, 2020 07:12:23By now you’re probably aware that Tamron has been on a bit of a roller coaster ride, but this week the company announced that they will be releasing a new, larger version of the Haller lens in the near future.

The new lens is the only Haller-compatible lens to date and will be released at the end of 2019.

The company says that the new lens will be priced around $400 and will feature Haller’s patented new technology.

The new lens also features an 8mm f/2.8 lens element with an ultra-low dispersion filter.

Tamron Haller is the inventor of the lens, and the company has been working with Haller for over 30 years.

As the company explains on its website, Haller started working on the Hallers in 1931 and had the idea to develop a lens for a camera lens.

As his vision grew, he worked on the development of a wide-angle lens and eventually, a wide angle lens. 

In the 1960s, the Hall-lens was first introduced by Haller to cinematographers, who loved it.

Today, the lens is used on a wide variety of cameras, including Canon, Nikon, Olympus, Pentax, Sony, Sony A7, and a few others. 

Tamron is hoping to get Haller on board as an investor and says that they are currently looking for partners in order to launch the new Haller Lens. 

The Haller Haller® Lens is now available for purchase from Tamion’s website, with an MSRP of $400. 

Thanks to The Huffington Post for the tip!