Reviews and Problems with Sigma 18-50mm F3.5-5.6 DC /HSM
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I purchased this lens for my brother.
Robert Richards, Amazon
12 May 2014
Summary: My brother had bought a used Nikon D200 camera with a Nikor telephoto lens. He wanted something that he could use to take photo's of everything from flowers to family. I highly recommend this Sigma lens, becuase I own several Sigma lens and have always been happy with them.
Summary: Great lens, easy to use and perfect for a starter lens. Mounted perfectly and had no issues with the lens. Everything was pretty self explanatory and the wide angle was a vast improvement over the stock lens.
Summary: I bought this lens to replace the kit lens that came with my Nikon D50. I've done some side-by-side comparisons and this lens has slightly less barrel distortion. It also appears to take brighter pictures when using a flash.
Summary: While I was using my Nikon D40, this lens was a wonderful improvement over my 50mm prime lens. Friends said that the color of my pictures improved significantly, although I'll swear I didn't notice any difference. The lens is flexible. It's a price performer.
Summary: Not a bad lens, you get what you pay for, I just use it for a smaller size zoom lens than the one that came with my D90, good lens over all though, especially for the price and yet to have a problem with it
Summary: I went with this lens based on the reviews here on Amazon. After owning this lens for a while and reading more reviews online I would say this was a great buy. Some things I would agree on with other reviews are that this lens trades off fringing for sharpness, feels really sturdy and reliable, has...
Summary: I bought this lens mainly to go with my little Nikon D60, and I've been pleasantly surprised by it. For the roughly $100 I paid for it, it's turned out to be quite a good lens. I originally bought this lens because of it's tiny size.
Summary: Right out of the box instructions were easy to follow. Lense quality is fairly good. I thought that for the price I would get something "cheap"; wrong. Very sturdy. Take the time to read the setting instructions and you will get very good/excellent results.