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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I have had this lens for around 3 months now and love it to pieces. I have have invested in some good glass recently in the L series 24-105mm and a 70-200 F2.8 which are both great lenses and i love shooting with them. I was in the market for something a little wider but didn't really want to invest in another expensive lens. I also have never moved away from Canon lenses. Therefore I surprised myself by being drawn by the Sigma 10-20mm F4.0-5.6. I purchased it and have no regrets, the Lens ...

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mr vigo
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acteally its my amazing lense i found it most great lense than canon its a nice price & perfect lense & beauty color altogh its from big company in lense made the lense is the 2d place after Tokina

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Jose Rocha
 
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This lens could be better for the price I paid at the time (€510). I like this lens a lot for the professional feel, colors and of cours the wide angle. Optically my copy has a flaw and unfortunately I noticed it too late. Pros: - Good (not great) sharpness at most of the frame. My copy is decentered and doesn't give justice to it, but the sharpest side of the frame is good at f/5.6. I normally use it at f/8 or f/11 and the sharpness improves significally. - Like my Nikkor 35mm f/1.8, this ...

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fastHID
 
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After reading plenty of reviews, I bought this lens for HDR landscape photos on my Canon 60D and it indeed is a fine lens. Feels very solid, autofocus is very fast, zoom is smooth, manual focus very smooth too. Have done some great interior shots, minimal distortion and only on the wide end. Great lens for the money too. No regrets. After months of outdoors use, no dust at all internally. Fits the body well too. Problems: none.

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If you want to explore something more than pictures of people, food and the like, I have one bit of advise: get an ultra wide, learn to use it and you won't regret it. I will never buy another camera that I can't shoot wider than 20 mm it is just that important. When APS came to market the big problem was wide, and honestly it took a while before we got lenses that were truly wide. At the time I collected the Sigma the Canon 10-22 was widely more expensive. Everyone was in favor of the Tokina ...

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