The Sigma 28-300mm f/3.5-6.3 DL IF is a superzoom lens for FF and APS-C, discontinued. The focus is done by Lens AF motor (non-ultrasonic), it does not have image stabilization. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 250 €;
7 users have given it an average vote of 8.7 out of 10.
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The following opinions have been automatically translated with Google Translate.
Cons:A few flaws at the corners, old-generation autofocus, but effective
Opinion:Bought years ago for analog and almost forgotten in the closet, in the silent company of so many glorious fixed. Then rediscovered out of curiosity, or to go against the current, after reading dozens of comments of purists, who loathe the genre, or worse alternative brands except, on the contrary, to mitize them. Plastic, but how much super-earned and overpaid stuff isn't today? This at least you find it for a few coffees, and it's made in Japan. And especially in view of the fact that it is definitely less scarce than you can think. The Sigma root is perceived. Needless to count lines per millimeter, it was not its purpose then and even less now, that if you are not superpixelated, you do not go out. But pixels weigh and you don't come out anyway. His identity is that of handyman, as so many more emwell turn of it. This at least manages to make beautiful photos, with beautiful colors, and perhaps even better the b/n that still says something, maybe on the street or even in the shows, so isOs abound. It definitely allows you to go around carrying a real camera, while your mobile phone uses it for something else. And in spite of the fashion of the moment, for which everything is sold off to save a few hectare, and that leaves the doubt as to what is the best choice, repentance sit aside. Upstream? Definitely yes: today he walks on an 810.
Pros:Economical, beautiful colors, crisp, great zoom hike
Cons:Slowness AF, backlight, transmits idea of not sturdiness, a lot of plastic, not very bright. Unsharp at 300
Opinion:He does his job of cheap handyman. Little bright, can put you in trouble with low light. Af a bit slow and noisy. However it returns beautiful colors and good general sharpness in favorable light conditions. Less sharp on the longer focal lengths, but it's quite normal. It gives an impression of low strength, but so far no problem. Zoom ring not very comfortable and pressure resistant in a non-uniform way
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