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published 02/02/2007

AdvantagesGood Lens


...looks good. After using this product for a few months I have not so far come up against any reliability issues but only time will tell. I therefore would recommend the product. However, always think carefully as to whether you actually really need something before you buy it. We buy so many things nowadays that we don't really need. Focal Length: 70 mm - 300 mm Lens Aperture: F/4.5-5.6 Optical...

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“Canon 50mm!”

published 03/10/2013

Advantageseasy to use, great depth of field and image quality, reasonably priced


...I received this Canon 50mm prime lens for my camera last Christmas. ~ Prime lenses ~ A prime len is a fixed lens and this lens is fixed at 50mm so instead of using the optical zoom to zoom in and out, a prime lens means that you, as the photographer, have to move forwards and backwards to shoot your subject at the right distance. The benefits of using a prime lens are that it usually offers...

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AdvantagesDecent quality on a budget but only for APS-C digital SLR's.

DisadvantagesReally quite poor when used with full-frame digital SLR's.

...purchase. Being of more 'ordinary' status in the Sigma hierarchy, this AF 70-300mm f/4-f/5.6 DG APO Macro, has none of the more elaborate 'bells and whistles' evident on the more expensive EX range. What does this mean? Well, you don't get Sigma's superb HSM (Hypersonic Motor) AF (auto-focusing) for near silent and very fast AF, resulting in a somewhat more unsophisticated, noisy (although not overly...

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