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Sigma 18-200mm f/3.5-6.3 DC Lens Sample Photos

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Marketed: 14-Feb-2005
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Comments
Hernan E. Enriquez02-Nov-2009 00:18
I took this lense to Arizona in Setember 2009 and it was impressive!
http://www.pbase.com/heez10/sedona
SRW23-Feb-2008 01:04
A wonderful, everyday lens... -- and, as Graham says, much lighter than the camera bag it often replaces for me! Very sharp throughout most of the range; although it can fringe very slightly (red and green) in bright light (although I've found working with raw files easily eliminates this...).
For the money, can't be beaten...!
SRW23-Feb-2008 01:03
A wonderful, everyday lens... -- and, as Graham says, much lighter than the camera bag it often replaces for me! Very sharp throughout most of the range; although it can fringe very slightly (red and green) in bright light (although I've found working with raw files easily eliminates this...).
For the money, can't be beaten...!
SRW23-Feb-2008 01:03
A wonderful, everyday lens... -- and, as Graham says, much lighter than the camera bag it often replaces for me! Very sharp throughout most of the range; although it can fringe very slightly (red and green) in bright light (although I've found working with raw files easily eliminates this...).
For the money, can't be beaten...!
James Snow15-May-2007 14:54
In all of the reviews I have read, the Sigma edges out the Tamron, in pretty much every aspect.
Guest 27-Feb-2007 16:44
I intend to buy a Pentax camera K100D and Tamron AF 18-200mm f/3.5-6.3 Xr Di-II LD IF or Sigma 18-200mm f/3.5-6.3 DC. Does anyone know which one is better in terms of optical quality and build quality? I have heard that the mount of Tamron is made by plastic so can it be damaged easily? About Sigma, the build quality is not really good, is it? The cover might be damaged after long time use and then it looks ugly. Thank you
Guest 27-Feb-2007 16:36
I intend to buy a Pentax camera K100D and Tamron AF 18-200mm f/3.5-6.3 Xr Di-II LD IF or Sigma 18-200mm f/3.5-6.3 DC. Does anyone know which one is better in terms of optical quality and build quality? I have heard that the mount of Tamron is made by plastic so can it be damaged easily? About Sigma, the build quality is not really good, is it? The cover might be damaged after long time use and then it looks ugly. Thank you
boedi13-Feb-2007 18:59
It's sharp ansd light. Ideal for traveling and walk-around lens. Focusing is also pretty fast.
Some early sample:http://www.pbase.com/boedi/boston2007
Coach Rob - ( Rob Wille ) - Foto`s by Coach Rob24-Aug-2006 04:18
This is a good event lens..or if you dont want to be changing your lens all of the time.
Guest 05-Aug-2006 09:43
Images are pretty sharp wide open to about f/16 throughout the zoom range. Great general, everyday lens for the price.
Guest 05-Aug-2006 09:42
Images are pretty sharp wide open to about f/16 throughout the zoom range. Great general, everyday lens for the price.
Pablo Yez26-Jul-2006 06:50
The best affordable hyperzoom around by far. In the Canon world you've have to spend a LOT more money (3-4X more) for a better lens (spelled with an "L").

My only gripe was the slow non-USM/HSM focusing.

Samples including full resolution here:

http://www.pbase.com/pyanez/sigma
Guest 17-Jul-2006 10:59
hi all .. how is the sharpness .. are you happy with this lens
Guest 17-Jul-2006 10:55
hi all .. how is the sharpness .. are you happy with this lens
Graham Tomlin29-Dec-2005 17:32
this is an excellent lens considering the price and zoom range, it is light and compact. I bought this lens for my wife and i am considering getting on for myself when i take my camera to work with me rather than lugging my camera bag around all day.
Flemming Bo Jensen Photography24-Oct-2005 19:42
I've restructured my galleries so the URL below doesn't work, but go here for more shots with this quite good allround lens:

http://www.pbase.com/flemmingbo/zoo
http://www.pbase.com/flemmingbo/copenhagen
http://www.pbase.com/flemmingbo/autumn
Flemming Bo Jensen Photography25-Sep-2005 18:58
My first shots with this lens can be seen here:http://www.pbase.com/flemmingbo/cphzoo
So far I'm quite happy with it.
Albert Juwono01-Sep-2005 12:15
Really really not so bad :-) Anyway it is above my expectation for more than 10x zoom lens. My first gallery with this lens @http://www.pbase.com/ajuwono/oldtownfestival
Nat Pagayonan21-Mar-2005 08:37
Fredrik,

Thank you for posting this image. You are the very first person here @ PBase to post an image coming out from the Sigma 18-200mm f/3.5-6.3 DC lens. Please keep them coming. I'm very interested to see the results coming out from this lens. This very fist picture is very impressive to me. If you can post a short review, people who are waiting for this will be very pleased. Thanks.

Nat

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