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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I can get a good price on a Nikon-MFT speedboster. As I feel the camera is small enough I'm wondering whether to go for the Sigma f2 18-35 DC or an f1.4 lens.  However: - what is the relationship between the speedbooster and FX (Full Frame) and DX (APS-C) lenses? Is a DX lens sufficient? Is there no reason to get a full frame lens for a speedbooster apart from probably lower vignetting? - what FF-equivalent focal length would the 18-35 turn into? Will probably wait to see the Olympus f1.2...
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Hello all.   I am a long time lurker and have learned quite a bit here.  I am currently using a D70 with 18-70mm lens for the past 11 years.  Before that a minolta film slr.  Admittedly, most of my pics are of kids in recent years, but I like landscape and nature as well as action (kids, sports).  I have lenses that cover me from 10-300mm.  I have no post processing skills whatsoever.  I was using aperture (on a limited basis), but am upgrading my computer and will be trying to learn...
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Hey folks, looking to buy my first wide angle, because my 28-135 on crop sensor is far too tight.  Was wondering of some of your opinions, the only reason I'm thinking about the 16-35 is because I want to go Full Frame by the end of the year if everything goes as planned. Thanks for your input!
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I am a Freshman in college and for the last 3 years I've been working doing video production. (dealing with clients, planning shoots, shooting video, and editing... everything!) I have gotten together with 2 friends and we are going to start a small video production business. At the beginning we will mostly be doing promo style videos for fraternities and sororities on my college campus. I have already had many of them ask me to make them videos and I think its time for me to take advantage...
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What affordable fast-aperture 24 mm lenses exist, that are suitable for use on DX? I'm looking for something that preferably has autofocus, is preferably faster than f/2.8, and is affordable (like the 35 mm DX one). There are affordable 24 mm f/2.8 options from Nikon, but they have bad reviews and they're only f/2.8. The 24 mm f/1.8G FX is expensive (which is not surprising since 24 mm is very wide on FX, such rectilinear wide lenses probably need to have a more complex design than a 35 mm...
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Hi again.While reading this please keep in mind. I'm have middle-ish age crisis, working something I don't like at all. Not many things makes me happy besides food. I have some extra money I'm willing spend attempting to start doing something that excites me and could turn my life in positive experience. But I still want to make some smart purchases and not waste too much money.Ok. I have 70D Camera together with these lenses (They came together with camera).Tokina AT-X PRO 11-16mm F2.8...
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Good evening everyone!I'm excited about my new hobby - photography! But there is so much info at the moment I can't absorb it fast enough. I just got my hands on used Canon 70D with some couple lenses for a decent deal. For the same money I could buy new 70D and Tokina 11-16 F2.8 DX but I got used with another 3 Lenses. My main reason of buying this set was Tokina 11-16 F2.8 because I extremely want to take a pictures of MilkyWay. Unfortunately Full-Frame was out of my budget (to be honest...
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Good Morning All, Having owned several Sigma cameras from the DP2 onwards, and having tried and sent back two SD1’s because of poor focussing issues even with the 18-35 lens (despite use of the adaptor), I find I still love the quality of the images I took with the SD1 plus 8-16mm lens where accurate focus seems less of an issue in landscapes/cityscapes. My question is, regarding recent interviews with the head of Sigma on the forthcoming SD1 upgrade, which I presume would have the Quattro...
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Hello to all I just bought a Nikon D5300 (body only). It is my first DSLR camera. Since I never shot with a lens before, hens no experience, I searched online a lot to grab some knowledge about this subject so that I can decide what lens (or lenses) I must strat with as my first kit. The issue is that now I can not take any precise decision, because the more you read the more confused you get. Here and there tons of lenses of all kinds, as well as tons of opinions and reviews, sometimes much...
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I'm hoping to purchase the Metabones EF to M43 Ultra 0.71x with the Sigma 18-35mm 1.8 for my Panasonic Lumix GH2. The only information I can find on this set up is for the GH4, because the crop factors are so different between both cameras I'm unsure if I will get too much vignetting on the GH2 sensor. GH2 has a crop factor of 1.86 and the GH4 has a crop factor of 2. Any ideas?
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