Sigma AF 70-300/4.0-5.6 DG Macro for Canon

Sigma AF 70-300/4.0-5.6 DG Macro for Canon

  • Lens mount system: Canon EF
  • Construction: Zoom
  • Format: Full-frame (35mm)
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4 years ago*
Good "slitåslängobjektiv", gives a little fatigued colors at high zoom, contrast, works really well for Macro Photo. For the price of about SEK 900 is the entry-level lenses. + good sharpness Good Macro smooth style Cheap Perfect for the beginner or first long-zoom lens - Faded images at high zoom Not Stabiliser Requires good light. I have been completely satisfied with it during the three years I had there.
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6 years ago*
Ok optics but difficult to get good pictures as soon as it is full daylight. Without IS is a big minus, 55-250IS is more affordable to me. But it's cheap.
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9 years ago*
It was cheap, bought it new for 800kr so for those money I can not complain, but for others, do not buy it when the focus is lousy (must tighten up EVERYTHING in ps afterwards), the autofocus is extremely slow and the build quality is questionable.
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9 years ago*
Just ok.
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10 years ago*
Purchased because of its low price, however, it has been a good buy an so long. The best: + Price as said + Cheat Macro + Decently sharp up to 150mm + Bokeh (Stylish blur) The worst: - Chromatic aboration - General blurred over 200 worst. - Light Demanding - Focusing None (slow) Summary: Far from being the brightest in the class, however, there is probably nothing better in this price range. Cheating Macro is a feature I used a lot more than what I had imagined I would do. Giant value and if one engages little one can get really nice results.
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10 years ago*
Agree with previous speakers that it is an affordable lens. It will do okay if not the richest in town and just need a lens to get a little closer, but expect absolutely no professional quality of your pictures, especially at full zoom.
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13 years ago*
Not very sharp and quick to focus, but it's going to take good pictures with it. Clearly affordable as long as you do not have such high standards.
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14 years ago*
Ridiculously affordable budget tele-zooms. Sharper than it should be. But you need good light to use this!
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