Wildlife photography

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Cavig1 Regular Member • Posts: 491
Re: Wildlife photography
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lokatz wrote:

600mm vs 500mm matters quite a bit, but the Nikon's center sharpness is so good that it makes up for that. As I see it, your choice therefore comes down to how frequently you move the lens around. If you shoot a lot from a tripod/gimbal, or if you love weight lifting, go for one of the heavier lenses. If you hike a lot, get the Tamron.

I agree with everything the previous poster wrote, including the above. With the exception of the last sentence. The Sigma C will also give really good results and save almost 2 pounds over the S versions. And the price is hard to beat!

Good luck and good light 👍

Cavig

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