Reviews and Problems with Sigma 10-20mm F4-5.6 EX DC /HSM
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Inexpensive, and exceptional!
Karen, B&H Photo
3 weeks ago
Excerpt: I am not a professional photographer (meaning I don't have an artistic or discerning eye for photography, even though I take shots for my job!, it's nice when a lens can do a lot of the work for me.
Excerpt: Works flawlessly with my Nikon D7100. Super fast focus. At half the price of the Nikon equivalent, I had to give it a try. It's fantastic. After seeing the high quality of this lens, I also bought the Sigma 18-250mm. If you have a Sigma 10-20mm and 18-250mm in your bag, you really don't need much else. If you are doing indoor photography, you will need an external flash. Most built in flash units are not high enough and you'll get a shadow from the edge of the lens.
Summary: I love this lens. I just took it with me for a visit to Las Vegas and was able to capture great shots of the casinos along the strip. Very, very satisfied with the quality of the images - the sharpness is excellent. I wish I had bought this sooner instead of using the little wide angle adapters. Go ahead on this one, it is a great lens for a great price.
Excerpt: I am very new to photography and was encouraged to get this lense since I take interior design photography for my company. Its as if a whole new room is created behind me and I am able to take a giant step back without actually moving. The amount that I can get into one shop is amazing.
Pros: Compact Design, Easy To Use, Fast, Improves Picture Quality
Excerpt: I am really suprised at how well the autofocus works even i low light i have not had any problems with it. i have been using it for land scape shots. I have been playing in manual in lowlight and am very pleased.
Pros: Easily Interchangeable, Lightweight, Strong Construction