Reviews and Problems with Sigma 85mm F1.4 EX DG HSM
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4 August 2014
Summary: This is the first lens I have spent a decent amount of money on and it was totally worth the purchase! This is such a great portrait lens. It produces such sharp and beautiful pictures! The bokeh is amazing with this lens too. Can't wait to use it on my upcoming weddings!
Summary: This lens is quite sharp wide-open and quickly became my favorite lens to photograph indoor volleyball. I had been using the Pentax 50-135mm f/2.8 lens, but this 85mm focuses much more quickly and gives me an additional two stops of light. I've wanted an 85mm for a long time and I'm really loving it!
Summary: High-quality optimized for work with digital cameras a lens, ideal for portrait shooting and any genres. The lens of a professional series, very successful, at the expense of the price and given-out quality is the worthy competitor of firm analogs. Top-level color rendition, colors bright and juicy, even in the dark room.
Summary: I couldn't quite bring myself to buy the Canon L 1.2 because of the price. This is an awesome lens that fills the gap between the super expensive L (and super nice I might add) and the low end 85mm lenses. I highly recommend it!
Summary: Great optics (sharp, nice bokeh) and sufficient autofocus speed (more than the Nikkor 85 f/1.4 which costs $800 more!) I've used this lens for 80% of my portraits over the last few years, paired with my D3. It's truly a great value.
Summary: I have both Canon and sigma 85mm lens. absolutely Canon 85mm f/1.2 is better for larger aperture and glass quality but not more than $400 or $500 .if you are not a wedding photographer with a lot of income , Sigma 85 f\1.4 is a high quality portrait lens for you.