Reviews and Problems with Sigma 10-20mm F3.5 EX DC HSM
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Sigma 10–20mm f/3.5 EX DC HSM
21 April 2011
Excerpt: A wide-angle zoom is definitely the way to go when photographing in this type of situation, whether it’s a car show, antique show, or anywhere that’s crowded or the subject is large, such as architecture.
Excerpt: Following in the footsteps of Sigma’s full-frame 12-24mm DG zoom, the 10-20mm DC version has a lot to live up to. What Digital Camera's Sigma 10-20mm EX DC HSM review sees if it lives up to the hype...
Excerpt: Sigma's widest nonfisheye and fastest ultrawide zoom, the constant-aperture 10-20mm f/3.5 belongs to the EX family of sturdily built, optically gifted Sigmas. To control multiple forms of aberration, it uses three low-dispersion glass elements and four aspheric elements-the most of any Sigma.
Sigma AF 10-20mm f/3.5 EX DC HSM - Review / Test Report
22 December 2010
Conclusion: The new Sigma 10-20 mm f/3.5 EX DC HSM leaves us with mixed feelings. The build quality of the lens is certainly excellent, distortion is a little high at the wide end (but excellent for the rest of the zoom range), there's also a fair amount of vignetting and CA, but that's typical for this lens...
Excerpt: This Sigma lens has a fast, fixed aperture of f/3.5 throughout the entire 10-20mm zoom range making it versatile in low light. This fast aperture gives it a large front element and sports a filter size of 82mm.