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Sigma Lens for Canon

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"Good but not perfect" - by Amazon Customer
This lense is very helpfull to learn photography.
It is a zoom lense with optical stabilizator and an aperture of f2.8. Perfect to replace the kit lenses 18-55.

Pros:
Good features: optical stabilizator and good luminocity.
Usefull range: from 17mm to 50mm. It could cover from a landscape to a portrait.

Cons:
it is not much sharp in f2.8. For my it is fine on f3.2 or f3.5

Conclusión:
This lense is the best in this range of prices.

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"very happy with this lens I Am only a novice but ..." - by sharpy
very happy with this lens
I Am only a novice but i am loving the results
Just got to get used to the weight roll on summer and the air show season

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"First Macro lens" - by Brent Roberts
Having read the many recommendations on here I decided to buy this lens,it only arrived today and although I have only been using it for 4 hours I can see that it's a quality product and takes amazing photographs,I'm looking forward to learning new techniques and pushing the boundaries of my photography

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"I Love this lens" - by Amazon Customer (Bromley, Kent)
I Love this lens. This is my second copy. I sold the first one to finance the purchase of the Canon 15-85mm lens but came back to the Sigma for the simple reason that it was a better lens IMHO in all respects. The build and handling appealed to me more and, dare I say it, the image quality pipped the Canon. Colours are more vibrant and low light performance is impressive.The Sigma is over £200 cheaper and is now the walkabout lens for my Canon 750d. I will not be swapping again.

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"Incredible sharp and useful lens!" - by Amazon Customer
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I bought this lens 5 months ago and is really worth the price. I'm shot mainly landscapes. Lack of OS is not a problem in my opinion because of fast aperture when you shooting handheld(f/4 is enough for handheld landscapes). When you shoot portraits you have nice, blur and bokeh.
Also useful in astrophotography.
Check my photos.

Recommend!

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"Good lens" - by karen campbell
Received lens at specified time. Appears to work well. If you buy this lens and then register it with Sigma UK to access the extended warranty you will find that this is not possible. Not sure where Amazon sources this lens

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"Well built feels quality a great lens for landscapes and indoor shooting best used with ..." - by Spoofpig
Well built feels quality a great lens for landscapes and indoor shooting best used with a tripod due to the weight. Highly recommended

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"Superb glass" - by stonky
Having calibrated this for my 5D with the [[ASIN:B00CBQ5YOS Sigma USB Dock Mount for Canon Lens]] I'm blown away by this lens. I'm not going to do a technical review here; you'll find plenty of those online from people far more qualified then me. But they are the reason I bought this lens in the first place. It lives up to all my expectations and I am so pleased I bought this over the Canon f1.4 (half the price) or the Canon f1.2L (twice the price).

In my opinion this glass is optically as good as my L lenses. Just a pity it's not weather-sealed ... knock off half a star at this price!

It's damn heavy though; that was my biggest doubt before purchase. However for this quality I'm happy to put up with it. More of a hefty fifty than a nifty fifty ;)

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"Five Stars" - by PatConnolly (Kidderminster)
Great lens for carrying all day, excellent sharpness and bokeh. Used all the time on my Sony A58

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"Good value (relatively speaking" - by Richard
Sharp as a razor. Fast AF. Very well built. Good value (relatively speaking. :-) )
Got it for night photos such as star trails etc. Just got to wait for some clear skies.....

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"Absolute workhorse" - by Marko
I use this lense for party and creative photography, it's truly one of the best primes I've used, the bokeh is crisp and the speed is great, the only issue is the green chromatic aboration that happens when you stop down to 1.4 however this can easily be dealt with in light room

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"Sharper than a very sharp thing." - by Durbs (Surrey, UK)
Incredibly sharp, very fast focus and as with all Sigma lenses includes case and lens hood.

I used it on a 7D (i.e. 1.6x crop) and it's fantastic as a walkabout/portrait lens. I rarely take it off in fact.

It's heavy, much bigger than the non-Art old Sigma 30mm f/1.4, but looks and feels quality.

Absolutely nothing bad to say about this.

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"Surely this can't be as good as the Nikon 80-400!? Read on..." - by Sunday Racers (London, England)
I bought this lens from a high street retailer for £650 as I didn't want to lug my beloved (and non-weather sealed) Nikon 200-500 to the Nurburgring 24h Race. I didn't really get a chance to test the lens before I left and was a bit concerned about taking it away without calibrating it properly. I did a couple of quick tests and it seemed to be fine, but as I had to send my 150-600 Sport lens (which I no longer own) back to Sigma for calibration, I wasn't exactly confident.

I didn't take my laptop with me to Germany, but the pictures looked sharp enough when viewed on the camera screen, although it's not always possible to get a true idea of how well the lens is doing until you download the pictures.

In it's standard setting, the focus seemed snappy and accurate. It's possible to speed the auto-focus up ... full review

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"Solid build." - by Alex G.
Solid build. A bit pricey but you get what you pay for and this is a high quality mount converter

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"Sigma AF 70-300mm f4-5.6 DG APO Macro Canon Fit Lens" - by Taxandria
i bought this lens as used and it took long time to dispatch so i cancelled the item and ordered from the web.

this lens compared with canon ef70-300 non stabilized as well lens is ahead of competition.
It is much heavier in construction though.
I would not advise this lens for macro shots as it is bulky.

Has virtually no aberrations at all, very crisp. You need to raise your iso if you shoot handleld. i would advise minimum speed @300mm over 1/2000 to get descent shots. Otherwise you get blurry / out of focus results from shake/ vibrations.

I find it more contrasty than canon's equivalent, definitely sharper as well.

I hate the fact the focusing distance ring needs to be rotated anti-clockwise as 70mm is at the far end on ring (on canon it is 300)
To use the macro feature, you need to slide the switch down After you set the ring to ... full review