Sigma 18-35mm F1.8 DC HSM | A

Announced Apr 18, 2013 •
Zoom lens | Canon EF-S, Nikon F (DX), Pentax KAF, Sigma SA Bayonet, Sony/Minolta Alpha DT
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Hi guys, Have read through so many posts and seriously cannot make a choice.  Brief background, I almost exclusively shoot landscapes and get inspiration from Ryan Dyar, Miles Morgan, Chip, etc. Not super talented in processing, but definitely know what I'm doing in terms of blending, masks, localized adjustments.  So, I was almost settled on a used D800e and a 16-35 f4.  Read so many mixed reviews and eventually started to look at the new Nikon 18-35. I read so much and everything started...
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Hello I have a fairly new D800E and I am looking to upgrade my lens. I currently have a Nikon 28-200 and a Nikon 300 4.5. I have not been happy, especially with the 28-200 as I seen to be having problems getting a really sharp focus at the 200mm setting. (I was using the D300S) I am semi-pro and sell my photos thru a stock agency. I mostly do travel photography – landscapes and wildlife. I am looking for lens that will be sharp and get the best quality possible. So… I like the idea of a zoom,...
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the sigma 18-35mm f1.8 . Just wondered how well they worked together of nightscapes. Cheers Paul uk --new to technology,always learning
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Hello all, I am planning on going to Kauai this August and would like some advice on my gear. I have a Nikon D750 with a Sigma 50mm 1.4 Art, Nikkor 55-200mm, and a potential 18-35mm G. I use the Sigma 50 the most (of course), but don't think it would serve me as well as the 18-35 at the beach.  Goal: To take landscape photos, family portraits, maybe some star photos, in Kauai near the beach, rivers, and waterfalls, while keeping my equipment clean. First, which lens is recommended for...
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Hi, I own a D7000 (3 years old), currently my 18-200 VR II is not working. So I am planning to upgrade/buy a lens/camera. Option 1: Buy a Sigma 18-35: Read a lot of positive review about it, and use with D7000. Also DXO mark is 23 for the lens. Option 2: Sell D7000, and buy Sony A7 II (DXO rating 90) and Sony 24-240 (DXO rating 20). But this is expensive option. What is your opinion, In long run (3/4 years), will be beneficial with option 1, because the camera is already 3 years, 18k clicks?...
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Hi! I own a Canon 550d and have been shooting a lot with it. The only problem is that i dont get the quality/sharpness that i would like. Right know a own a 40mm pancake lens and a canon 10 - 18mm f/4.5-5.6 lens. I have been looking at the sigma 18-35mm f/1.8 but i was wondering if there is any other lens with the same image quality/sharpness but with a bigger zoom range like from 20-70mm?
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I have a Nikon D7200 with a Nikon 18 - 140 f/3.5 - 5.6 lens and a Nikon 35 f/1.8 lens. I shoot travel, landscapes and grandkids. I am not into sports or wildlife. I am somewhat new to photography. I use the 18 - 140 outside and 35 inside. Not sure if that's the best use of these lenses. I have two questions. 1) I have read that the Sigma 18-35 f/1.8 is a great lens and pairs well with the D7200. Would this lens be a good addition considering my shooting preferences? 2) Should I keep or sell...
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By: hdfbob88 (2 months ago)
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So here is my problem: i'm a student and i bought a Nikon D610. When you don't have the budget to buy the 14-24 as an wide angle lens-which ones would you recommend? The 16-35 is pretty expensive as well and the reviews for the 18-35 are okay, the Tokina 16-28 seems to be good!What about primes? I think i won't need a 1.4 wide angle lens, i would just take landscape pictures. The 24mm 2.8 and 20mm 2.8 sounded good. Can you help?Sorry for not coming to the point. This is my first question in...
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By: TelP (2 months ago)
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Hi I;m looking for a good all round portrait / street photography lens... Sigma do some incredible art Series lens at the moment, what my options are... 50mm 1.4? 35mm 1.4? 18-35mm 1.8? These are all APSC lenses so the focal length is as it would be on my camera, would a 35mm 1.4 be better than a 50mm 1.4 for versatility? and if it is I may as well get the 18-35mm 1.8 and lose a tiny bit of speed and gain more focal lengths? the 18-345mm is incredibly sharp throughout the range from everyones...
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Has anybody used the Sigma 35mm 1.4 Art AND the Sigma 18-35mm 1.8 Art Lens and can give me a review of which one you find sharper? Which one you find to be more versatile? Which one you find to have the best image reproduction? Using for everyday shooting, outdoor/nature, some portrait (even thought it's a little tight) and street photography. Thank you.
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