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8.2 out of 10

Sigma 30mm F1.4 EX DC /HSM

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Reviews and Problems with Sigma 30mm F1.4 EX DC /HSM

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great lens

yavo1234, Ebay
2 March 2014
Overall 10
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100% OK.

pablocontreras, Ebay
10 February 2014
  • Summary: Producto 100% recomendable. Servicio rapido y confiable. Lente de muy buena calidad, buenos acabados. Profundidad de campo decente, nitidez muy buena. Enfoque normal para ser Sigma y no Nikon. Precio y calidad en su justa medida.
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Overall 10
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Great walk around lens for crop sensor cameras

Ottar E., Amazon
14 November 2013
Overall 10
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Great value for the money

comichao2012, Ebay
14 June 2013
  • Summary: It is better than Canon 50 mm F/1.4 for a crop DSLR, and it is much cheaper than Canon 35 mm F/1.4 L. There might be some mis-focus based on different samples. My first one has a misfocus ~1.5 cm when implanted on my Canon T2i. Then I returned it back and changed it into a new one. The second one is perfect.
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Overall 10
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wonderful lenz!

pck0672, Ebay
12 June 2013
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No regrets....one of my three best lenses!

eryberg2ccx, Ebay
8 May 2013
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Useful lens at the right price

Michael Berk, Amazon
13 April 2013
  • Summary: Sure, it's not perfect for pixel peepers, but for the purpose Sigma markets this (it's aimed at folks wanting a fast, widish APS-C prime for indoor kids' parties and soforth) it does a great job. Not as sharp as the Sony 35 1.8, but the extra 2/3 stop is nice to have. And you can use the MF/AF toggle on the camera to swap focus modes, which you can't do with Sony's own low-cost equivalent. Recommended.
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Overall 10
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If you own a cropped sensor camera, get this lens!

albartkus, Ebay
7 March 2013
  • Summary: I have had this lens for about 2 months at this time of writing my review. This is my first prime lens for my 60D cropped sensor camera and my first non Canon lens. Canon does not make the perfect 1.6 cropped lens. No idea why which is why I was drawn to this lens. This lens has become my walk around lens or the lens that stays on my camera all the time unless I know that I am shooting something specific that requires another lens from my small arsenal.
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Overall 10
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Great lens at an amazing price

coolpal, Amazon
5 February 2013
  • Summary: Bought this lens last week at amazon for (IMO) an amazing price of $289. It's a great lens for cropped bodies (like my T2i) and an amazing value for the build quality and f1.4 with HSM. The first thing I did was to test for front focusing issues that has been the biggest complaint so far about this lens and am very happy to learn that the copy I got didn't have any of those issues.
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UPDATED, FEB 5th 2013 - After comparing lens reviews for over a year, I went with the SIGMA.

Mark Petry, Amazon
18 January 2013
  • Summary: UPDATED INFORMATION as of 2/5/2013: ------------------------- The review below this update remains the same... but with two additional (important) details. I hope this helps: 1. I did start to experience some autofocus misses in low light after owning the lens for about 2 weeks. Nothing too bad, but worth mentioning. Sometime it front focused, sometimes back focused. It still worked fine 90% of the time. 2.
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