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Sigma - Is it still a gamble?


icphoto e2
13 1.5k England
6 Jul 2014 12:42PM
Have a 150-500, flawless sharp, brilliant lens!

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I have absolutely no problem with the Sigma's I have - 10-20 3.5, 17-50 2.8 and 70-200 2.8 OS, all three are tack sharp even wide open. Coming from a Canon snob, I wouldn't have dreamt of Sigma lenses 5 years ago. Just returned to the Canon fold after a (very) short time on M43 cameras - good system but didn't cut it for me at weddings and the money I got back wasn't enough to get Canon glass but I'm certainly not disappointed with the IQ from all 3.
delboy1145 6 29 8 England
29 Jul 2014 8:53AM
I have three sigma's 10-20, 70-200 and 150-500 the latter are OS and they are excellent.
Plus if you go on Sigma's web site you can get 3 year guarantee free. Now that to me is excellent service.
I don't know of any other manufacture that has that much confidence in there product
Dave
30 Jul 2014 5:22PM
I've recently bought the 17-70 f2.8-4 and I love it, it's the perfect walkabout lens, light, fast dependable.
MGJ e2
6 168 5
30 Jul 2014 6:04PM
Had quite few Sigmas, and all have been very good. Now using the 18-35 Art and the 50Art for portraits (APS C). Stunning build quality, autofocus is excellent and IQ is simply outstanding. Don't think sigma was ever a great risk in my recent lifetime.

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