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Sigma 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6 DG Macro Lens Sample Photos

Marketed: 01-Apr-2005
Lens: 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6
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Guest 07-Nov-2006 21:17
It's an excellent lense...
... in perfect conditions and @70-200mm... At anything more than a tad over 200mm it gets really soft unless you use small apertures like f/11 (and even then its far from perfect)
But if you really need an OK 70-200 lense and a bad 200-300mm then look into it. 150€ is quite cheap.
photozone has a review of the APO variant and the results seem to match what I've seen in this cheaper version
Ivan Cholakov05-Jun-2006 01:48
I have used this lens in combination with a Nikon D50. I decided it would be a good lens tp introduce me to the SLR photography before I rush to spend big $$$s on expensive pieces of equipment. Check out my galleries, most photos are taken with this lens.

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