- Dimensiones del producto: 22,9 x 12,7 x 12,7 cm ; 295 g
- Número de modelo del producto: 692954
- ASIN: B007PXLCXY
- Producto en Amazon.es desde: 5 de abril de 2012
- Valoración media de los clientes: Sé el primero en opinar sobre este producto
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº1.068.386 en Electrónica (Ver el Top 100 en Electrónica)
Sigma 50-150 - Objetivo para cámara réflex y EVIL, 50-150mm /f2.8, compatible with Nikon/ Fuji camera system
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- Diseñado para imágenes de los sensores de tamaño APS-C
- Estabilización Optical
- Longitud focal de teleobjetivo para una mayor distancia de trabajo
- Rápida abertura máxima de f/2.8
- Alta velocidad de enfoque y zoom
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Descripción del producto
Ajustes de enfoque: Automático/Manual
Apertura máxima: 22
Apertura mínima: 2,8
Bolsa incluida: Si
Color del producto: Negro
Componente para: SLR
Distancia más cercana de enfoque: 0,80 m
Diámetro: 8,64 cm
Enfoque manual: Si
Estabilizador de imagen: Si
Estructura de lente (elementos/grupos): 21/15
Formato de imagen del sensor: APS-C
Intervalo de longitud focal: 50 - 150 mm
Longitud: 19,8 cm
Número de hojas de diafragma: 9
Tamaño de filtro: 7,7 cm
Tipo de lente: Teleobjetivo zoom
Ángulo de visión diagonal (max): 27,9°
Ángulo de visión diagonal (min): 9,5°
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I just cant say enough about this lens. Sharp wide open at all focal lengths. No joke! At 2.8 I can crop down 100 percent in RAW at 150mm 50mm or 100 & it is positively sharp..to the point it may render the slower primes at f2.8 obsolete. About the only advantage an f2.8 prime would have is weight/size. It would require extreme pixel counting to detect differences in sharpness/saturation/lens aberations..and I say this with hesitation because I really doubt differences could be discerned for real world circumstances.
VERY pleased with this lens.The optical stabilzer absolutely gives you 4 stops! Can get consistant shots at 1/15 sec 150mm! Recently took photos at night for a local amphitheatre.The OS feature enabled me to push ISO down to 100/200 during scenes with slow action/no movement (such as actor singing etc) I debated on whether to purchase the 70-200mm OS version (I currently have the non OS version which Im going to sell through Amazon) I have no regrets since i Have the APS-C camera bodies and the 50mm gives more versitality for shooting in confined environments (32mm more width after figuring crop factor for canon @ X 1.6) For all of sigma's EX version lens you get a great build/quite and quick focus through the HSM motor. When the OS engages you get a subtle "clank" noise. The newer canon IS versions will not produce these noises although my Canon L 300mm F4 makes a similar sound.
All I can say is WOW! This is worth "every" hard earned penny and then some.
Let me put it this way, have you ever bought a lens and was happy but always wondered if there was something better out there for the money? Well with this lens that feeling hasn't crossed my mind because the answer is NO, there is nothing better for the price. You would have to spend an additional $1,400 for these specs in the Canon L glass 70-200 f2.8 IS version. Based on a ton of expert photography review websites online, this is comparable to the canon and other brands that cost twice as much.
Now with quality comes extra weight. Yes this lens is somewhat heavy but that's because it's built like a tank.
The images are VERY sharp wide open and at all focal lengths. Finally, a lens that always does the job no matter what I do with it. Great clarity, fast focus, contrast and have seen no color aberration or barrel distortion. Just sharp from the center to the outside in every pic. Superb optics and the Image stabilisation is impressive with long shutter speeds. I love the fact that a quality removable tripod mount, lens hood and padded carry bag are included. No other brands offer this good of a package for the money.
Now last but not least, a 5 year warranty!! I called Sigma and asked how it works, they said just to keep a copy of your receipt.
If your a person who is afraid of third party brands and can't buy anything but Canon or Nikon, I honesty don't know what to tell you. Maybe that you'll save a ton of cash and be very happy? Brand names does not always equal quality like you'd expect. Think about it, Canon only offers a "one" year warranty? That's scary to hear when spending that big money. Where's their confidence? Sigma and Tamron believe in their products and are confident that their products will last. That's why their warranty periods are so long. Watch out Canon and Nikon, your names alone can only compete for so long.
Buy the lens and buy another focal length to go along side this one with the cash you'd save from not buying the Canon. You will not be disappointed!