Sigma 24-70mm F2.8 EX DG HSM
Announced Sep 23, 2008 •
Zoom lens | Canon EF, Nikon F (FX), Pentax KAF3, Sigma SA Bayonet, Sony/Minolta Alpha | 571
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Hi everybody, I'm considering changing my main day to day lens for my A7ii from the kit lens. Does anybody have experience with th above lenses? Do you have other recommendations? Is there a big difference between the HSM and non HSM (Macro) versions of the sigma? Thanks in advance, Itay
As a Nikon user who has flirted with making the jump to Fuji for a couple years now, I've finally gotten a Fuji in-hand to make an informed decision: a friend was given the X-T10 as a gift and loaned it to me (with the accompanying 18-55/2.8-4 kit lens) to compare to my setup. In my case I'm shooting with an aging APS-C D7000 and Sigma 24-70/2.8 lens for comparison (a lens build for full frame cameras, so it carries the prerequisite size and heft). Upon comparison, I'm impressed with the Fuji...
Hi all, Have been watching this site for a long while now and I finally decided to make an account as I cannot decide on which to lens (so many different lenses/reviews :s) My setup: Basically in a few months I will be going travelling for 1.5 years in SE Asia, Australia (almost a year spent here!), New Zealand and possibly some French Polynesia island. I own a D3300 with the 18-55 vrii lens kit, a 35mm 1.8G and a Joby Focus gorilla pod as I love to take long exposure. I will take my 35mm...
Hi, I'm looking to put down the EF-S 18-55mm soon. The IQ, focal range, focus, and maximum aperture isn't working for me. It's not bad though, from 18mm to 55mm. It's just the aperture, most of all. I'm looking for a cheap lens upgrade (sorry no L glass like the 24-105, 24-70, 17-40. I would buy it, but I'm looking for something cheap for now!). Looking for a good walkaround lens, that gives me landscape and standard telephoto portraiture/low light photos. I'm really looking for: 1....
To start, I am an Art Director for a small agency. I have taken college photography classes and been taking pictures for the last 8 years. I've only done small table top product shoots for clients, headshots by a window using natural light and outdoor shots to this point. My company oversold my abilities and now I am shooting door slabs in a studio for a client.I can rent pretty much anything I need from the studio so my question is just about setup.How should I shoot these door slabs? I am...