Sigma 18-35mm F1.8 DC HSM Art

Announced Apr 18, 2013 •
Zoom lens | Canon EF-S, Nikon F (DX), Pentax KAF, Sigma SA Bayonet, Sony/Minolta Alpha DT | 210
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Is there any owner of the Canon EF 35mm f/2 IS lens who might comment on the AF performance of this lens? I am especially interested in the tracking of moving subjects at wide open apertures. I currently own a 7D MKII and a Sigma 18-35 ART. While I am very happy with the quality I get out of this combination, I am a little disappointed with the tracking capabilities. In anything other than perfect light, I am very hesitant to use the lens at 1.8 for moving subjects. And there is also the...
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so, I am heading off to mexico to shoot photos and video for a yoga studio I do work for, and I am stuck on what to take: NX1, 16-50s, 50-150s, 85 & 45 or Sony A7r2, Sigma 18-35, Sony 55 FE and Sony 70-200 F4 Also taking my Phantom 3, as we will be in a Puerto Morales, and aerial footage will be superb.  I plan on shooting in 4K.  I am also taking my A6300 with 10-18 and gimbal.
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Hi i'm planning to buy the sigma 18-35mm f1.8  but i'm a bit doubting if the luxury of having a f1.4 is worth buying the 24mm f1.4  Its big hand expensive but at least its fullframe (for future eventualities) i looked true my foto's on lightroom to compare pictures (taken for example with 50mm f1.4 )  but apparantly i never shot at 1.8 the available apertures are: 1.4, 2.0, 2.2, 2.8, 3.0  but i'm still confused if i would miss it or that im bring a bit spoiled now
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Hello, I shoot with a 70D and currently own the Canon 15-85 3.5-5.6, Sigma 10-20 and the nifty fifty 1.8. I have been really happy with the Canon 15-85 but need a faster all rounder lens for low light photography. I am considering two options: Sigma 30mm 1.4 ART Benefits: Price and Weight Sigma 18-35 1.8 ART Benefits: zoom I am leaning towards the Sigma 18-35 despite being a lot more bulkier and twice as expensive as I've read that the performances of the 30mm at 1.4  are not amazing and...
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So I've had my D7200 with the 18-140 for two days now and getting used to it coming from Mirrorless Sony A6300.. I Do love it but can't decide if the 18-140 has issue with front/back focus and compared to what I've read i thought it would be much sharper even when looking at images at 100%.. But I'm looking for a faster wideangel lens and can see that the Sigma 18-35 f1.8 should be an impressive lens for the price.. Anybody in here that have some experience with it ? Is the front/back focus...
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Hello, I've just bought a Nikon 24-120 f/4 for my D750. Very nice lens, great build quality, fantastic range. My concern is that at 24mm f/8, it's slightly less sharp than my 18-35G (the new version) for Lanscapes. Not terribly, but it's noticeable in the center and corners. For information, I've micro-adjusted both lense through Reikan FoCal. So is it normal? For those who own both lenses, did you noticed it too? I've got a 14 days return, so thanks for sharing your experience and...
By: taichris (1 month ago)
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I'm recently thinking of an upgrade from my 600D. I will either take 760D + Sigma 18-35mm f1.8 or 70D + Sigma 17-50mm f2.8. I'm more into landscape and travel photography can anyone suggest which combo should I get? Thankz!
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Hi All, I will be going to my once a lifetime trip to Everest Base Camp this coming September. I have been looking around on the internet for different lens options but still undecided what lens combination is best for my trip. I will be trekking with a tour agent and most of the time will be traveling in a group. As I have scheduled my trip on a date such that there will be no moon when I am at the base camp, I am planning to shoot milky way in some of the evenings. Because of such, I need...
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I currently have an 18-35G lens for wide stuff, but the front element is really scratched up because I like to photograph religious festivals here in Taiwan which involve lots of fireworks etc. Recently Ive been using 18mm more and more, and would like an even wider field of view if possible. This made me consider alternatives - the 14-24 seems great but I think I need to start using protective filters which is hard/impossible with that lens, the 16-35 seems great on paper but several sites...
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By: Octopuss (2 months ago)
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I'm going to pick this lens up today and am confused about one thing. I keep reading this "Xmm focal length lens on APS-C is in reality Ymm blablabla..." all the time and don't get it at all. I understand people constantly compare fullframe and crop sensor, but why? If you have APS-C camera, what the hell would you care about some theoretical numbers on different one? The main question is: I previously had (well, still have) Sigma 18-35mm. Is the Canon going to be wider or not?
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