Reviews and Problems with Sigma APO 70-300mm F4-5.6 DG MACRO
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Mel, B&H Photo
12 June 2015
Excerpt: I use this lens on a Canon EOS 6D. The images are very sharp, even turning out very nicely at 300mm. For the price, this lens shouldn't perform as well as it does. Flare is well controlled, and I haven't noticed any vignetting. It even performs well wide-open, though stopping down still helps.
Excerpt: Okay, fyi, I am college student who is not willing to spend more than $500 for single lens. (Although i want to, its just difficult to spend that kind of money on single lens.)But, this lens literally fits perfect on my budget and do the great job as it suppose to.
Pros: Budget, Durable, Good Color Value, Lightweight, Long-Lasting, Value
Summary: This is an awesome replacement for the Pentax 55-300. I owned a DA-L 55-300 that was sent off to pentax for a $225 repair. $225 later and I WOULD'VE been the proud owner of a used DA-L or better still I can buy a brand new Sigma 70-300 and perhaps get a little more usage and life.
Summary: Great Lens for the Money! optically this lens has a very nice sweet spot on aps-c/DX format camera(make sure its the APO MACRO VERSION(redline) i mounted this lens to a Nikon D5100- great images till about 200mm (350mm on a DX Body) if your lighting is good then this lens rocks..
in coordination with the Book " Nikon D3300 From Snapshots to Great Shots", has gone beyond what I would have ...
Walter Elsner, Amazon
31 October 2014
Summary: I had originally purchased the Manual Nikon 70-300mm for My D3300..It only took a few pics to realize that my vision problems, were tricking me with clear shots through the viewer and just so slightly blurred pics. So I purchased this lens..