Feveon X3 or ailke is the way to go.
The optical quality of the kit lens is so-so.
An ugly overpriced "retro" camera.
Why not just get a D610?
I have this new 120-300 F2,8 (on Sigma SD1M) and found its central shapness amazing!
Would the very poor wide angle performance be still present in the new cameras just like the NEX line?
Average height (M/F)：North Korea: 158cm/150cm South Korea: 174cm/161cm
It means D600 is defective.
Eager to buy a used D600 for under $600.
Good. X-trans images look soft and weird.
nelsonal: Looks like it could just about work on a 1.3x crop. Might be fun to try.
Yes it works!
X3 sensor is the way to go.
HamzaB: So would this lens work on a 5D MARK II? This is an aps-c lens and mark ii is a EF mount. I asked around and some are saying it works some said no.
At 35mm it has very little dark corners.
Tryglaw: Well, Lenstip's Polish motherpage just did a review, save for the lens being prone to flare when stepped down, it's rated excellent in every other aspect.If you can live with Google translation, here you go:http://www.optyczne.pl/297.1-Test_obiektywu-Sigma_A_18-35_mm_f_1.8_DC_HSM__Wstęp.html
Check out the review at http://slrgear.com/reviews/showproduct.php/product/1609/cat/31
Seems really good optics.
mumintroll: Fuji X-E1 not bad. But personally I think much better IQ have Sigmas DP1,DP2,DP3. I would really like to compare them in Raw.For studio, where is lot of light, for landscapers are Sigmas the best choice. I just regret, that we will never see review of those cameras here.
When I get used to the crispness of the photos taken with sigma cameras, all those bayer sensor photos look too fuzzy to me. My Canon and M43 gears have been sitting in the dry box for a long time since I got the SD1M and DP1/2M.
The first page says 775g (with battery) and page 2 says 675g (with battery)???
Good job Sigma! I'm getting one but out of stock already.
OMG the image on comparison page is SOFT.