Our Sigma 24-105mm F4 DG (OS) HSM lens on our SD1M camera at Steamtown

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Nancy and Pete Spader
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Our Sigma 24-105mm F4 DG (OS) HSM lens on our SD1M camera at Steamtown
6 months ago

This week we got down to the Steamtown National Historic Site. I love the old Steam Locomotives and Nancy I are pleased that Scranton is home to a very large group of Steam Locomotives at this unit of the National Park system, including the “Big Boy,” the largest Steam Locomotive in the world. One of things I did was shoot a series of shots of this engine to show the abilities of the Sigma 24-105mm F4 DG (OS) HSM lens on SD1M camera. I took shots at 24mm, 31mm, 51mm, 68mm and 105mm and posted them on our new Pbase Gallery dedicated to our explorations of this new Zoom lens in the new ART series by Sigma. These shots may well show the abilities and limitations in ways my back wall series does not.

Again all of these shots were taken on a tripod with OS off using the camera timer to lower vibrations.

I do supply a link to the Pbase gallery where these images appear since each image supplies Information and access to the true Original size image, very useful if not needed to make good judgmemnts of sharpness both across each image and from image to image.

All comments are welcome!

f8 at 24mm

http://www.pbase.com/pspader/image/155949998

f8 at 31mm

http://www.pbase.com/pspader/image/155950203

f8 at 51mm

http://www.pbase.com/pspader/image/155949999

f8 at 68mm

http://www.pbase.com/pspader/image/155950204

f8 at 105mm

http://www.pbase.com/pspader/image/155950930

Pete and Nancy

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