Reviews and Problems with Sigma 24-135mm f/2.8-4.5 Aspherical IF
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Great Bang for the Buck Lens!
3 March 2011
Summary: This is another sleeper lens. Typically inexpensive for its aperture and focal length. Sharpness is excellent as is the contrast, although it does very much benefit from a curves adjustment and a little local contrast enhancement in post. It is a decent lens for weddings and the like. Nice walk around lens as well. If you can find one, buy it!
Summary: I use a mixture of Canon, Canon L, Sigma, Leitz lenses for my everyday work at my studio. This lens makes a great general purpose lens on Canon digitals (both Full and APS-C sensor) It is big (F2.8 speed) with a 77mm front, but it balances well. Zooming and focus is smooth. The lens is VERY sharp. The only drawback is that it is a Sigma. Most of their lenses are good, but I have "worn out" three lenses already.
Summary: As a new photographer, I was very happy with its ease of use. I used the lens with a Sigma SD14 camera to take nature, portrait and landscape pictures. It took some great pictures overall but the color and clarity of some of them were not always perfect. Now, as I said, I am new to digital photography and It could be user inexperience, not the lens. Overall I was happy with it.
Sigma 24-135mm f/2.8-4.5 Aspherical IF review by Nikola_Konsulov
16 October 2007
Summary: I've seen many reviews on this lens both for and against it. I needed/wanted a lens with its range for my Konica-Minolta Maxxum 5D. It was either get the Minolta 24-105 f3.5-4.5 or this one. I choose this one and I'm glad I did. It rivals the Minolta lens well equaling it if not bettering it. It is definitely an under rated lens. The www.popphoto.com review of this lens gave it excellent imatest results for sharpness.
Pros: Wide-angle to telephoto range, rather sharp, fast auto-focus, bright: f2.8-4.5, good color
Super Allroundobjektiv - Lichtstärke gegen die OS-Boliden...
8 May 2013
Summary: Für mich eine echte "Canon" Alternative - leider sehr selten zu finden. Gute Lichtstärke, sehr weiter Zoombereich (Allround). Was mich wirklich begeistert hat, ist die Qualität. Während bei den Canons (28-135/17-85) oft der Fronttubus unangenehm wackelt, hat man hier ein sehr wertiges Gefühl. Beim Zoomen wackelt nichts, fällt nichts auseinander. Der AF ist natürlich eine ältere Micromotorbauart. Nicht sonderlich schnell und leise, aber recht präzise.
Summary: Haupteigenschaften Kameratyp SLR 35 mm Objektivtyp Zoomobjektiv Brennweite 24mm - 135mm Blende maximal f/2.8-f/4.5 Blende minimal f/32 Fokustyp Autofokus Andere Eigenschaften Kürzeste Aufnahmeentfernung 50 cm Betrachtungswinkel 18.2 - 84.1 Grad Aufsatz-/Filtergröße 77 mm Gruppen/Elemente 16 Elemente in 15 Gruppen Abmessungen Objektivdurchmesser 8,4 cm Länge 9,1 cm Gewicht 533 g