Search results for "sigma ex lenses" 116 results from 4 merchants

Filter by
  • £ 0.00 - £ 319.00
  • £ 319.00 - £ 339.00
  • £ 339.00 - £ 649.00
  • £ 649.00 - £ 899.00
  • £ 899.00 - £ 2,699.00
Sort by Popularity
  • Popularity
  • Price
  • Average user rating

> See all offers

1 2 3 4 5

Most recent reviews from the community


AdvantagesHugely versatile. Compact. Light. Inexpensive. High quality.


...Converters often get bad press. Perhaps they deserved it about 20 years ago but modern ones are really much better than those early models. The Sigma EX 1.4x APO Converter is an excellent and extremely versatile little accessory capable of extending the range and usefulness of many lenses and in my opinion, a valuable and essential addition to the kit bag. It is of EX designation which in...

> Read review


AdvantagesOptical quality. Build quality. Price.

DisadvantagesCould come free with Cornflakes?

...expensive Canon EF 180mm f/3.5 L Macro. One of the best macro lenses available is the Canon EF 100mm f/2.8. However, depending on your luck (Sigma's quality control isn't completely up to speed!), the actual sample you purchase may be either 'not quite' so good as the Canon 100/f2.8, 'just as' good or, if you're really lucky (in which case, bung a few quid on the Lotto!) even 'better' than the Canon...

> Read review


AdvantagesGood quality results. Good build. Compact. Price.

DisadvantagesDistortion with architecture and interior shots.

...but near enough nonetheless and, a valuable and versatile addition to anyone's APS-C based kit. This of course is a Sigma DC lens and as such, is suitable only for the APS-C sized cropped sensor DSLR's. It cannot be used on full-frame or 35mm cameras. The EX designation stands for 'Excellence', Sigma's designation for their professional quality lenses and it's feel and finish are in keeping...

> Read review

Related searches for sigma ex lenses