Sigma 70-300mm F4-5.6 DG Macro
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By: hailnick (Jun 22, 2016)
Posted to: Canon Rebel (EOS 300D-800D) Talk
Hi, I recently purchased a Canon XTi with a Sigma 70-300mm f/4-5.6 DG Macro Telephoto Zoom (I am a poor student starting a business and got a great deal on both) and I am in some dire need of some tips. Yes, I have read the manual and yes I have done some research on both the camera, lens and photography in general. The camera is to be used for photographing jewelry for my business. I was wondering what settings/tips would be appropriate for this set up. MORE INFO: I will be shooting the...
By: Aritra Nath (Mar 8, 2016)
Posted to: Beginners Questions
Which among the following 2 lens is better in terms of image sharpness and image quality. Sigma 70-300 F/4-5.6 DG Macro Tamron A17(AF 70-300) F/4-5.6 Di LD MACRO I understand that both these lens are very budget lens and the image sharpness will be nothing more than average. However I would be getting it for free and got to choose among one of them. I shall be using them on Canon 1100D for now, which I will soon upgrade to Canon 70D. So which one should it be?
By: Owleeveeyay (May 11, 2015)
Posted to: Nature and Wildlife Photography
Hi all, This is my first post on DPReveiw. In preparing a wildlife trip, I'm looking for a reasonable telephoto lens that suits my Nikon D7100 body (DX sized sensor). The sole lens I have, is a portrait zoom (Sigma 17-70mm "C") which also sees landscape use most of the time, but for the next trip I'll need (much) more focal length. Since I try to shoot without tripod when possible, and due to luggage limitations, I'd like to avoid carrying a heavy lens that needs a permanent tripod mount, so...
By: afnaps (Oct 6, 2014)
Posted to: Open Talk
[Feel free to move the thread if appropriate.] Let's not go into the story of how I came to own these two items yesterday, as it wasn't by choice and was a lengthy, painful and expensive experience. However, once they came into my possession I thought that I would attempt to make the best of a bad situation and try them out. Long story short, I put the extender onto the lens just to play with it, found focus and took a couple of test shots, then unscrewed the extender and tried to use the...
By: uTukan (Sep 19, 2014)
Posted to: Macro and Still Life Photography
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