Sigma 10-20mm F3.5 EX DC HSM

Announced Mar 3, 2009 •
Wideangle zoom lens | Canon EF-S, Nikon F (DX), Pentax KAF3, Sigma SA Bayonet, Sony/Minolta Alpha DT
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DutchMM
By: DutchMM (2 months ago)
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My bigma arrived today, and I realise that it is never going to fit into my camera bag.  So I need a recommendation, please, for a bag that will take: My Sony A77ii with its 16-50/2.8 Sigma 10-20/3.5 A 15inch laptop Set of Formatt-Hitech 85mm filters and adapter rings and Sigma 50-500/4.5-6.3 apo os hsm Ideally your recommendation will also fit BA's current carry-on recommendation.  I should like to be able to attach a tripod (which travels in my checked luggage when I fly). Thanks in...
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Apart from my K-3 I own and use a couple of Pentax MX, Pentax IST* (Film Version) and Pentax MZ5-N I primarily use on my K-3 the 18 - 135 mm Zoom lens but also use the 35mm f/2 and the 50mm f/1.4 plus my MF lenses. My widest lens at the moment is the 18mm of my zoom lens. I also have the Voigtländer 20mm f/3.5. I have come across an application where I need a little more coverage. After reading and watching rather disapointing reviews of the Sigma 10 - 20mm zoom and the Tokina 11-20mm zoom,...
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I’m looking at a purchasing a wide angle lens for milky way shots and general astrophotography and some time lapse work if possible. I have done a bit of research on the tokina 11-16 and the sigma 10-20mm line of lenses that fall well within my price point. I’m still unsure about which would yield better results or if there are other lenses available that would work in this situation. I don’t mind going for a prime lens but I am looking for super wide angle, max 20mm but would rather go...
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I bought recently a D5300, and a used Sigma 10-20mm f3.5 EX DC HSM. Only after I noticed the compatibility issue, and it was too late. So now I'm trying to get a lens firmware upgrade at the portuguese Sigma distributor. But I'm a bit lost on this. So I ask if anyone knows if this lens can be "fixed" in order to work with this camera? Thanks in advance for advise. Cheers.............. Rui http://ruifernandes.zenfolio.com/http://www.flickr.com/photos/ruinog/collections/
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I have the KonicaMinolta 11-18/4.5-5.6 and use it, primarily, for landscapes. I think it has too much CA, and problems with being sharp at the corners - but is there a better alternative? I see Sigma 10-20 and Samyang 10/2.8 as the best alternatives, but are they any better when it comes to image quality? It is to be used with A77 and I have no plans on going to FF. I have both Samyang 8mm and ZA 16-80 in my line up, so it's the gap between those two I would like to keep closed. Any...
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I need help choosing an UWA for my 7D. I am off to the USA at the end of July (Grand Canyon, etc. etc.) and I thought it might be nice to go with something wider than my EF-S 17-85. The choices seem to be: Canon EF-S 10-22 F3.5-4.5 Canon EF-S 10-18 (due out soon) Sigma 10-20 F3.5 (I would pay the extra for this over the 4-5.6) Tokina 11-16 F2.8 Tamron 10-24 F3.5-4.5 I think I should exclude the Tokina. It's the most expensive because it goes up to f2.8 but I don't think I need that. A few...
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Lens shopping is AGONY for newbies!!  I have a Rebel T3i that I will eventually upgrade to a full frame Canon.  Until then, I want to build a kit that would be compatible with a Canon full frame body, as well as serve me well on my T3i until then. I have narrowed down my choices for wide angle lenses to two Sigma ones.  My budget is about $850. My question is which lens would be the better one to invest in?  The Sigma 10-20mm f/3.5-4.5, or the Sigma 12-24mm f/4.5-5.6?  Any feedback helps...
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I am new to the big wide world of DSLR and have recently upgraded to a Canon 7D with an 18-200 and 10-20.  I have been using it mainly for action shots [skateboarding] and getting amazing results.  This week I am attending an indoor badminton comp.  Today was opening day, so spent time trying to get the setting right for the poor low light [fluro only] and dark painted interior of the complex. I had read up on what I should be looking out for and things I need to be aware of & adjusted...
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Hi, I'm a relatively new hobbyist with photography. I currently have the Canon 650D w/ the included 18-55mm IS II Kit Lens. I am fairly happy with the quality from it when taking family portraits and foodtography, etc.  I'm now deciding on which lens to purchase for my upcoming trip to Hong Kong. While my 18-55mm does the job. I thinking of going for a wider lens. Though I'm not too sure which one to go for.  The purpose of this purchase may seem a little odd or stupid but I want to be able...
rebeccafinch
By: rebeccafinch (Jan 7, 2013)
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HelloI have a Sigma 10-20mm, Ive had it for nearly a year, and have a Nikon D80 and D7000 that i have used it on, but the last time i used it, i noticed that at the widest focal length it is showing the main subject in the image out of focus, but the background is in focus.i have attached some images below. i have only had it on the D7000 recently, i will be testing iton the D80. the equipment belongs to my work place, but i think i will also test it on the Nikonbodies i have at home as...
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