Reviews and Problems with Sigma APO 120-300mm F2.8 EX DG HSM
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Does Yoemans Work
1 August 2014
Summary: Quite soft at 2.8, sharpens up nicely by 4. Sometimes has issues when focus has to move from inifinity, will "stall" and require a bit of manual intervention. Beautiful photos though. The range it covers is unique. Heavy. This is a tripod lens, preferably a gimbal.
Summary: This lens is very good. I use it for sports like soccer, football, and baseball. You need a long lens in order to do those sports. I also like the versitility to zoom back out and capture the close stuff with out having to switch cameras as often.
Summary: 47th Street has always met my expectations and this purchase was no different. I wish Sigma would include a more thorough user's manual versus the short multi-language version they do include. But this is not anything 47th street can do about that.
This is an awesome lens for an awesome price for Pentax K-3.
Jeremy May "Jeremy May", Amazon
16 January 2014
Summary: I purchased this lens from the third party seller "Tri State Camera." They send me the non-OS (optical stabilized) old version of this lens. I was not happy at all. The box that the lens arrived in said it was an "OS" lens, but the lens did not have that feature.
Summary: I bought this lens primarily for sports photography and in no way has it disappointed. I had been using my Canon 100-400 but it was jus too slow, though I like the reach it afforded me for times when the Canon 70-200 f/2.8 just wasn't long enough.
One of the best 300 mm F2.8 Prime Lenses for the money
salty dawg, Amazon
14 September 2012
Summary: I have had this lens (in Canon) for over 10 years and it still works flawlessly - I can honestly say this lens performs with the best in class at any price including Canon - the only Cons are it's BIG AND HEAVY - due to it's size it's AF motor is not as fast as a smaller lens - also no external...