Reviews and Problems with Sigma APO 70-200mm F2.8 EX DG MACRO HSM
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Full-Frame Lens on Crop-Sensor Camera Body = Incredible Detailed Photos
Niebelungen Sohn, Amazon
11 October 2015
Summary: Over the last two years, I've taken phenomenal pictures with this lens. What's really incredible about it is the multiple shots from a single image when used in with a crop-sensor camera body (in my case, the Nikon D7000).
Summary: LOVE THIS LENS!! My first non-prime lens was a Tamron wide angle zoom and the autofocus was just plain unusable. When I invested in this lens to get more compression in the backgrounds of my portraits, I was shocked at how awesome the autofocus is! Definintely the highlight.
Summary: If you are searching for a 70-200 2.8 lens, then you are serious about photography. You have done the homework, and you know that a 70-200 2.8 belongs in your camera bag. Now, the only question left is, do you pay $2000+ for a Nikon/Canon lens, or do you pocket $1000 in savings for a Sigma lens.
Summary: The autofocus is plenty fast and the lens is sharp. The controls are smooth and it just feels good in my hand. The Optical Stabilazation is very good. I have used this lens repeatedly carrying it only in hand, and my images came out very sharp.
Summary: Simply amazing lens!! Super sharp and precise, gorgeous bokeh, maybe it is me but feels that my photography is more live when i use it...! I'd buy it again if lost, it comes with me everywhere i go along with my 17 - 50 f/2.8 also by Sigma. Quit fooling around buy it!! :)