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Sigma 135-400mm f/4.5-5.6 DG Aspherical

Sigma 135-400mm f/4.5-5.6 DG Aspherical
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Jul, 2014

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Sigma 135-400mm f/4.5-5.6 DG Aspherical

 

Sigma produce an impressive range of long telephoto lenses and this offering, at 135-400mm is one of their more budget orientated offerings. Designed for full frame 35mm cameras, but now upgraded to DG specs for digital, we take a look at how it performs.

Good value for a good reach lens; Well-controlled distortions and aberrations; Good AF speed and accuracy for a non-sonic motor; Light weight a bonus for carrying

Light weight a disadvantage for keeping still

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REVIEW: Sigma 135-400mm f/4.5-5.6 DG Aspherical

 

Sigma produce an impressive range of long telephoto lenses and this offering, at 135-400mm is one of their more budget orientated offerings. Designed for full frame 35mm cameras, but now upgraded to DG specs for digital, we take a look at how it performs.

Good value for a good reach lens; Well-controlled distortions and aberrations; Good AF speed and accuracy for a non-sonic motor; Light weight a bonus for carrying

Resolution not stunning (although reasonable for class); Light weight a disadvantage for keeping still

This lens is lightweight for it’s pulling power although still fairly well made and including a metal lens mount. The lightness makes it a little harder to keep still but when it is well held it performs nicely for its price. Well presented, with case...

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