Reviews and Problems with Sigma 18-125mm F3.8-5.6 DC OS HSM
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Worth every penny
J. Murdock "Web editor, wedding photographer", Amazon
9 September 2009
Summary: Not willing to spend $600 for the Canon 18-200 IS, but distrustful of the Sigma/Tamron 18-200s that have a max aperture of 6.3 at the tele end, I found that what I really wanted was something like the ol' 28-200 I used to carry on my film cameras.
Summary: After using the 18-55mm lens that came with my DSLR for nearly a year I get fed up with not being able zoom in to a subject if they were too far away. So I researched for a couple of weeks on which was the best lens to get. It was between this and the Nikon 18-105, so I went for this.
Summary: Very good lens - bought this to compliment other lenses. After buying both Nikon and Sigma lenses, there is no difference at all between the two labels, with Sigma retailing at a fraction of the cost.