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AdvantagesSharp, beautiful pictures

DisadvantagesPossibly price, although cheaper than many macro lenses.

...About the lens: This is one of Sigma's range of lenses - at 70mm it's one of the shorter macro lenses on the market, many coming in at around 105mm. It has sigma's EX technology, from Sigma's website this means "The exterior of this lens is EX-finished to denote the superior build and optical quality, and to enhance its appearance."; the DG means "These are large-aperture lenses with wide angles...

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“Mighty Little Macro”

published 04/01/2009

AdvantagesHigh Quality. Sharp. Good package for price.

DisadvantagesNo HSM or Internal focusing.

...or OOF (Out-Of-Focus) highlights. Very useful on a macro lens where almost everything but the subject itself 'will' be out of focus. Like all Sigma EX lenses, this example also comes complete with soft case, front and rear caps and a lens hood (metal, screw on, barrel type) - which rather unusually has a filter thread cut into the end of it, permitting the attachment of common 77mm size filters...

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AdvantagesBuild quality. Finish. Range. Fast maximum aperture.

DisadvantagesImage quality not as good as expected. Chromatic Aberration.

..., quite literally, on it's own axis. Excellent! This same collar is very easily and quickly removed whenever you choose to use the lens hand-held. Being an EX DG lens, it is suitable for use on either FF (Full-Frame) or APS-C cropped sensor cameras when it effectively behaves like a 105-300mm f/2.8 (on Nikon APS-C), 112-320mm f/2.8 (on Canon APS-C) or 119-340mm f/2.8 on Sigma DSLR cameras. These make...

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