Sigma 18-50/2.8 EX DC HSM Macro for Nikon

Sigma 18-50/2.8 EX DC HSM Macro for Nikon

  • Lens mount system: Nikon F
  • Construction: Zoom
  • Format: APS-C (crop)
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3.9 / 5
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5 years ago*
Sharp lens with a very high quality feel. Have had my lens for seven years now and it sits on 95% of the time. On the outside it appears just under it is to use, though it had many long and dusty traveling. Is now sitting on a Nikon D7200 and they work very well together. The only thing I would wish for me is that it was a bit more accurate in focus. Does not seem to D7200: ans excellent autofocus fully come into their own with this lens.
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5 years ago*
Kjempeflott optics. You get a lot for your money! "Bokeh" is pretty and round the whole picture and stays round when stopping down. The images are very sharp at f / 2.8, but even better at f / 4. Autofocus is not the fastest, but it is accurate and gets the job done. The lens is a bit too heavy for my taste, but that's maybe because I have a D3200. Secured in a metal can tolerate a lot, but is not rainproof. All in all: Good: Cheap Crisp Nice Bokeh Exactly AF Metal Bracket F2.8 Quiet AF Poor: Size Weight 72mm filter thread. Treig AF Not rainproof No OS Conclusion: a very good lens for money. Recommended for use, since you get more for your money then. Got this for 1500 -. Recommended!
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10 years ago*
Good optics for the money. Little Haldane focus with my D300s, however.
*Edited 8 years

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11 years ago*
Quality optics! Match more than the best camera houses the D90 and D300. Fine sharpness, bright, easy to use and good build quality. I use this lens for my Nikon D90. Recommended! (Optics lacks VR, but instead is bright, which more than compensates). This lens from Sigma has the same quality feel as the Nikon. This is the most updated version of the HSM function that allows the auto focus works silently and does not change the length. The sharpness is good for the strösta aperture openings (2.8 and 3.2) and perfect for smaller openings. Rikigt good loophole for money.
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11 years ago*
The rating applies to the sigma lens. I compared this sigma 18-50 2.8 on my current Nikon 18-55 3.5-5.6 vr kit lens. Took 100 pictures. Both have pluses and minuses. I kept the Nikon kit lens (and returned the sigma lens on open purchase), however, I came to realize that I needed a brighter lens to complement the kit lens therefore bought a Nikon lens with fixed bränvidd nikkor 35mm 1.8.
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13 years ago*
You get a lot of loopholes for money. I bought the D60 + this for just under the price of the D60 + ktlins. And then you get a much better and brighter loophole for money. A minus for that they call the macro however, focus distance! = Macro
*Edited 13 years

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