Sigma 10-20mm F4-5.6 EX DC HSM

Announced Feb 14, 2005 •
Wideangle zoom lens | Canon EF, Nikon F (DX), Pentax KAF, Pentax KAF3, Sigma SA Bayonet, Sony/Minolta Alpha DT
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Hi guys! First post here, but I've been looking around the forums for a while. Just wondering, would a crop frame lens such as the Sigma 10-20mm on a Sony a7R with adaptor, perform just as well as it would on a Nikon D7000 with a crop frame sensor? Thanks!
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I am in need of a lens for my Canon 70D. Ultimately I would like a Sigma 10-20mm, but also in need of a general all purpose lens. I've also considered something like the Sigma 17-70mm so I can get F4 across that focal range. The only lens I have now is the Canon 50mm 1.8. Would the 17mm be adequate to at least get started? I don't have the money for both.
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Hi, I just need some opinions on what I should do. As of right now in my bag, I carry a Canon Rebel T3i with 40mm f2.8 and Sigma 10-20mm f4-5.6, so I got some coverage in the ultra wide range and the portrait range. However, I'm not quite satisfied in this consumer camera; I have the urge to upgrade to a Prosumer or Professional/FF body. I have a friend who is willing to sell me his used Canon 5D MK1 for $450. I want to know if I should sell my Sigma to own a 5D for portraiture and the T3i as...
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By: droberto (11 months ago)
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Hi, I'm here to get some second opinions on my desire to upgrade or add to my bag. So far I own a Canon Rebel T3i with a Sigma 10-20mm f4-5.6. I have been shooting for long enough and I don't see myself staying within crop sensors any longer. I used to shoot film completely so I need the full frame to fulfill my cravings. However, I also want to have video capability so that I can produce videos as well. Right now, with the T3i and Sigma, I can probably sell the T3i for around $400-500. As...
droberto
By: droberto (Jun 20, 2013)
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Hi, so I have some money to blow on some nice new lenses to replace the kits. I find myself doing a lot of landscape pictures, really looking for and want the ultra wide range, to get past that 18mm. But I also want a nice walk around lens. I have $1000 to drop, but would like to keep it around $800 if possible. So my question/predicament is; Should I buy an UWA lens such as the Sigma 10-20 for around $300 and have $600-700 leftover for something else, or Tokina 11-16 and have some $400-500...
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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...
Kaeoize
By: Kaeoize (May 11, 2013)
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I'm looking to upgrade my system soon and I have a bit of a dilemma. I'm looking to get more into landscape photography over the course of the summer as it is something I enjoy doing. However, I can't decide what would be a wiser investment - a wider lens or a better body. I've looked around and have narrowed my choices down based on specs and cost to the Sigma 10-20mm f4-5.6 lens and the D7000 body. The Sigma gets some good reviews, seems to perform well for what I want and is within budget....
Fahd
By: Fahd (Mar 16, 2013)
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Hello old friends,Its good to be here once again. I would appreciate your help on which lens to buy for a holiday in Italy. I am considering the sigma 1o-2o and the tamron 1o-24. I realize they have been compared to death on and off these forums. However, my needs are not very demanding. As a casual holiday shooter I expect either lenses optics would be acceptable to me. I would like to know which lens would be better for real world use in this case.This will be the ONLY lens I take along...
abc2710
By: abc2710 (Jan 12, 2013)
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I've an opportunity to buy a Sigma 10-20mm F4-5.6 (Nikon mount) for €270 shipped. The only catch would appear to be a very tiny scratch on the edge of the front element (I've circled that in yellow)From what i've heard from the seller and elsewhere online, it shouldn't have any effect whatsoever but I just want another opinion. Also, is €270 a reasonably good price? I alternate from thinking it's a bargain to not.
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Hi There,I want to buy a wide angle lens for my D5100 and am torn between this pair:Sigma 10-20mm F4-5.6 EX DC HSM for £429.99Tamron SP AF 10-24mm F/3.5-4.5 Di II LD Aspherical (IF) for £358.99I've read that the Tamron lens offers good value for money and it obviously has a better focal range than the Sigma lens but I've heard a couple of people say that the Sigma is a much better quality lens.I'm after some un-biased opinions of which lens to go for and which offers better value for...
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