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Sigma 10-20mm lens scoops TIPA 2006 award

The lens has been awarded the "TIPA best consumer lens in Europe, 2006" accolade, being described as an 'excellent investment for ownres of digital SLR's with APS-C format sensors'.

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Sigma 10-20mm lens scoops TIPA 2006 award
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Sigma 10-20mm F4-5.6 EX DC HSM super wide-angle zoom lens, which is exclusively designed for digital SLR, wins "TIPA (Technical Image Press Association) best consumer lens in Europe, 2006" prize.

Currently, 31 publications from 12 countries are members of TIPA (Technical Image Press Association) organization and chief editors and technical editors of these publications constitute this organization. Since 1991, TIPA has presented many awards in several sectors, including imaging.

TIPA has stated that with a versatile range of wide-angle focal lengths, a good optical performance and a budget price, the Sigma 10-20mm is an excellent investment for owners of DSLRs with APS-C format sensors. Its sharpness remains constant throughout the zoom range, and its compact size makes it an ideal companion for shooting travel, landscapes or architectural photography.
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Comments


Really must get one of these soon...
Consulo 18 840 10 Scotland
Ditto.
chinny 17 492 United Kingdom
Thats because its a chuffin good lens :o)
sut68 19 2.0k 77 England
Ditto the ditto ... Wink
I love this lens - it really is a lot of fun to play with perspectives.

Eric
MattB 16 251
well deserved award.
It's a great lens. Wanted something wide for my Canon and the results have been great.
Highly recommended.
This is a fine lens, up until now I have used exclusively Nikkor lens, but this fitted my criteria perfectly, great optics, it handles and feels like a pro lens and the price makes it a real bargain - well done Sigma!
i just got one ... not used it yet though weathers been crap.
any opinion between this and the Tokina 12-24 f4?
IanA 18 3.0k 12 England
Yes, get the Sigma!

Wink)
the sigma is great - its sharp, seems to give great colour rendition and its as wide as youll get for DSLR. Well please with mine.
Thought about this, but If I do make the move, may go for the Sigma 12-24 for to use on film as well.
Trev
Be careful snappert the12-24 does't have a filter thread on the front of the lens there is only a small compartment in the rear for which there are no commercial filters available thas why I got the 10-20 Gerry
Just read that it's won the TIPA award. I also really enjoy using this sharp lens.

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