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Super

AdvantagesCompact for such a powerful lens. Good build quality. Probably the only size of lens I'll need.

DisadvantagesAll zooms are something of a quality compromise.

.... Really, the only other ?front runners? for this kind of Nikon-fit lens are Sigma and Tamron. After having read around the subject considerably, there didn?t seem to be much in the two-horse race, and in fact neither of them stretched up to the Nikon?s 300mm telephoto setting, the Sigma ending at 250mm, and the Tamron at 270mm I think. To a certain extent, this didn?t really matter. What I was after...

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Super

AdvantagesGood quality results. Good build. Compact. Price.

DisadvantagesDistortion with architecture and interior shots.

...I have owned two of these lenses. One (the first) for my Nikon DSLR (since disposed of) and the second for my Canon APS-C sensor DSLR. Both lenses exhibited near identical characteristics and qualities which does at least imply consistency. This lens covers the useful range of 15-30mm on a APS-C Nikon, 16-32mm on a APS-C Canon and 17-34mm on a Sigma DSLR - not quite the classic 16-35mm range...

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Good

AdvantagesBuild quality. Finish. Range. Fast maximum aperture.

DisadvantagesImage quality not as good as expected. Chromatic Aberration.

...I am pleased to say that I won this lens in a photo magazine photography competition and didn't have to pay for it. If I had, I might have been just a little disappointed. It's not a 'bad' lens by any means, just not a really 'great' one. This is one of Sigma's EX (Excellence) range of lenses, which implies it is intended to fit into their 'professional' range of lenses and certainly...

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