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Ordering a specific digital SLR lens

I know that you are a Tamron lens dealer. And I was wondering if you could order a specific lens for me. I am looking to buy a Tamron 200-500mm f5-6.3 zoom lens for a Canon Digital SLR. I did not see this lens on your web site. And i was wondering if you could order it.

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This is an area where questions are answered by various people from all over the Internet. You can either try contacting this site through the Contact section (at the bottom of this page) or you can find other sites that sell this lens by doing a simple Google search using the following string:

Tamron 200-500mm f5-6.3 zoom

and then selecting a site from the country in which you live (or purchase from a country which sells the lens for less than can be purchased for in the country in which you live.

If deciding to import the lens - check the exchange rate for the 2 currencies, add in the postage and work out what Customs Duties will need to be paid before you just click on the buy now option. Compare these costs against the cost of a locally sourced item.

Good luck.

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