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Sigma Lens for Canon

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"Great lens outstanding value" - by Jane
I bought this lens after reading the write ups and to be honest I expected to be disappointed as I have always bought either Canon or Tamron lenses in the past mainly Canon as I have always been a Canon user. I needed a new lens quickly due to the theft of my bag with my equipment and the insurance dragging it's feet, so a budget lens was called for in the meantime.

How wrong I was after using it everyday for a fortnight I was shocked to see how good it is. I print A3 size prints again on a Canon printer and the proof of the pudding as they say is in the quality of the print. The lens arrived and was working within an hour and has everydays since. Not only is it great value for money it is in fact a great lens and work ... full review

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"My favorite lens..." - by Julian A.
I must say, it worth every single penny.
I've had the sigma 17-70 (brilliant lens as well) in the same time, but this one is just so much better. Insanely sharp, better contrast and colours. Actually is the sharpest lens I have at the moment. Used on a 70D I found it the perfect lens for day by day use and the constant f2.8 plus the image stabilisation makes it a nice lens for indoors photography. I am still using the 50 f1.8 for portrait but I took some nice ones with this sigma as well.
If you are planning to do video (I do occasionally), well... Not The Best I'm afraid. On a 70d or 100d body, the focus during video is pretty loud and a bit heratic. I would definitely go for an STM lens for video. Canon 18-135 ... full review

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"Fabulous if you dont mind the lens creep" - by Mr. Thomas W. Yates (UK)
only bad point is the lens creep but if you dont mind holding the lens while taking a shot of course this is not a problem.

P.s ...look elsewhere as amazon are overpriced but MAKE SURE YOU GET THE MACRO VERSION! as this is much newer and has significant differences with lens diameter and internal parts.

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"A Decent Lens" - by R.D Carver (England)
The lens is of good build quality and it produces very good images. The extra-large 83mm opening seems superfluous because the actual lens glass is much smaller but I guess the extra circumference allows for a decent sized hood (included) without encroaching upon the 10mm wide angle shots and it channels as much light as possible into the lens. I've used the lens on a Canon EOS 7D and have produced some very pleasing Castle and Cathedral interior shots hand-held without flash (the constant 3.5mm a big enough aperture for most, but 2.8mm or bigger would be superb. I also took it to the lake district and from the 10mm wide angle perspective it crams a whole load of landscape into the vista. I also used my EFS 17-55mm and the difference within a landscape shot at wide end (10mm V 17mm) makes a huge difference and offers more creative ... full review

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"Nice Lens VERY Poor service by Amazon" - by Paul Ratcliffe (Leeds, UK)
Shopped around for a Lens that hada wide and zoom quality. The Sigma is stylish and not too heavy - good quality and well made. The lens as you turn it can be a little harder to turn but maybe being new...?

I had a LOT of problems with Amazon though, The first lens I bought was on offer with Sigma giving a free close up lens if you claimed. I submitted the claim to be told by Sigma that lens wa sa GRAY IMPORT!!! Amazon did admit this and arranged the lens to be returned abd a new one sent (which was checked by Sigma and okay) BUT after when I complained to Amazon they were less than helpful evemn denying any wrong-doing - good job I had the emails from SIGNA and the online amazon transcript!!! So if you buy its a good idea to check with ... full review

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"Tack sharp buy it now!!!" - by Amazon customer (UK)
Buy it now!!!! I traded a Canon 70-200 f4 IS L lens and replaced it with this one as I needed the f2.8 for Weddings and WOW!! am I pleased I did. This is the sharpest lens I've used and I own Canon L lenses. Unless you need the build quality of a tank buy this not the Canon 70-200 f2.8 L lens and with the Grand your saving buy another lens or a home studio set up. (Just don't tell the other half).

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"Delighted." - by Ray Cannon
Having been a keen amateur photographer in the 1980's I unfortunately drifted away from it in the late 90's and made do with several point and shoot digitals, not realising just how good serious digital cameras had become.
Fortunately I found salvation with a Canon G10 several years ago, soon to be joined by an EOS-m, ridiculously cheap (in it's later life) and very underrated, then the bug really bit and these were joined by a 70d.
I thought the Sigma 150-600 was a bit of a luxury but would be nice for the long reach occasionally. Having used it since it arrived yesterday, in spite of the glowing reviews, I had totally underestimated just how good this lens is.
first trial was on the EOS-m, 9 o'clock at night photographing trees a hundred feet away at full zoom (handheld), autofocus was very quick, even on the EOS-m, and the ... full review

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"Best lens in its category!" - by Leveziel Lydie
Looking for a travel lens for my next holiday, I have tried a few of them over the last months but this one is definitely a keeper! For that price I doubt you'll find a better product. Also it is smaller and lighter than the others. I use it on my Canon 600D. Barrel distortion at 18mm is minimal and picture quality is still good at 200mm (although you have to be very still despite the image stabilizer). Even when zooming in at 50% to crop the image, I still get a sharp image. Not as sharp as the Sigma 30mm I use otherwise, but still very decent! Colours are good, although I find it has the same downside as the 30mm, i. e. it tends to overexpose a bit. However, knowing this is a travel lens which I will probably be using on automatic mode a lot while on ... full review

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"Good fun, good value, good quality, good images...." - by Justice Peace (Braemar)
Having tried the Canon 300mm f4, which reminded of a cylindrical biscuit tin with some glass attached, and given that all fast Canon telephoto lenses are sold out - and are now insanely expensive - I thought I'd give this a try.
My first impression was that it was unexpectedly well made. I did not expect it to be so rugged. My usual lens is a Canon 70-200mm f2.8 USM IS II and although this Sigma uses more plastic it is a nice tactile thing to hold. It's not that heavy. No heavier than the aforementioned Canon.
My first effort was in an evening and the f5.6 at 400mm was struggling to pick out darting swallows over a pond. ISO dropped to 1000 and the photos were poor. I thought my purchase had been a bad one.
However I tried the following day in good light and I got some ... full review

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"Value tulip flower lens hood for Canon by waka." - by tattiebogle (I live in central Scotland, just outside of Glasgow.)
This is hand to have for the canon 18-55mm lens.
When not in use it can be used as protection and it comes with a lens cover.
This means your precious lens is well protected.
The package also includes a cleaning cloth so that you can make sure the lens can stay squeaky clean for when you need to take that perfect shot.
I highly recommend this product for the price it's excellent value.


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"I probably chose the wrong lens" - by Croydo (Surrey, UK)
I have a 7D with the original 15-85mm lens. However, the f/3.5 of that lens at 15mm is not sufficient to catch meteors with a long exposure - people say you need f/2.8 as a minimum and a wide field of view (at 15mm the view is wide, even on an APS-C camera like the 7D). So I chose this to benefit from the f/1.4 aperture, as the best that was available for a reasonable budget.

Unfortunately it has been so cloudy at the meteor shower peaks that I have yet to catch one. This has not been helped by the 30mm field of view (which turns into 48mm for the 7D) so it doesn't capture a very large amount of sky.

A few more general comments: first the lens doesn't fit the 7D quite as nicely as my Canon lenses. It's a bit ... full review