Reviews and Problems with Sigma 12-24mm F4.5-5.6 II DG HSM
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Sigma 12-24 mm II
3 March 2012
Summary: The Sigma 12-24 mm II DG is a lens with exceptional properties: on a camera with a full frame sensor, you get access to an exceptionally wide field of view. This leads to new creative ideas and invites you to take pictures! The finish of the Sigma 12-24 mm II DG lens is also very good, just like the image quality: this lens offers a high resolution in the center and at the edges, and both chromatic aberration and flare are highly minimized for a wide angle on full frame.
Pros: Attractive focal lengths range: Ultra wide angle without black corners, High image quality: high center resolution, both chromatic aberration and flare are highly minimized (for a wide angle on full frame), Very solid construction, Attractive price to performance ratio
Cons: Visible vignetting, Reduced resolution at the edges, No built-in image stabilization