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sigma 50-500mm NAF - Any good?


15 Mar 2010 4:49PM
I'm thinking of the above lens in NAF fit. Does anyone have any experience of this lens, good or bad? I'll be using it on a D700

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cameracat 11 8.6k 61 Norfolk Island
15 Mar 2010 5:29PM
Personally I'd hang on for a while, There will soon be a new version on the shelves that has image stabilising, Something that will no doubt be very usefull on a lens with such a large range.....Wink

Its going to be around 250 to 300 quid deaer than the older NON OS version, But probably well worth it......!
faulknerstv 10 108 United Kingdom
16 Mar 2010 7:52PM
Have had this lens nearly 3 yrs now, great lens most of my portfolio shots are taken with it
Snapper Plus
10 3.9k 3 United States Outlying Islands
16 Mar 2010 8:02PM
There are some older threads here: Bigma
harrattp 8 11 4 England
27 Mar 2010 9:11PM
I have been using the Sigma 50-500mm on my Nikon D200 and Nikon D3 for quite a while now. It has been a good lens though when compared to a recently loaned Nikon 400mm lens used on my D3 it pailed in comparison. But then again, the price difference of 500 to the Nikon 5000+ you would expect it to be inferior. Take a look at my PF as most of the images on the last few pages where taken with the Sigma. If price is an issue then the Sigma is a good one to go for.

Paul

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