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Sigma 18-50mm F2.8 EX DC MACRO Lens Sample Photos

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Marketed: 26-Sep-2006
Lens: 18-50mm f/2.8
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Comments
PAUPhotography25-Sep-2011 09:24
Wonderfully sharp when stopped down f4 and beyond. Love the close focus ability, not true macro but handy anyway. Only complaint is that this lens can struggle to focus in low light.
claudio197328-Jan-2011 20:48
This lens is sharp as the hell... I love it on my my D300.
The Last European28-Jul-2007 21:37
I'm going to buy this lens along with a new D200 and recomend you following gallery with great high resolution test pictures:http://www.pbase.com/infinity_dream/18_50_sample
Bill Taylor17-May-2007 20:58
I got this lens last week. I'm very happy with the results. Some slight vignetting at 18mm/f2.8 , but not enough to be concerned with. Sharpness good at all apertures. Here is some test shots at full resolution 100% crop , taken at 18 and 50 mm at various apertures.

http://www.pbase.com/billphoto/sigma_1850_test
hejakma30-Dec-2006 22:30
Got this lens last week and so far I'm impressed. Nice built quality and smooth operation. IQ seems to be on par with the tamron 17-50 2.8 and the sigma adds a nice macro capability. On my gallery i provide some full sized testshots.
Yukio28-Oct-2006 14:40
Hi, I just uploaded some samples of this lens. The URL is following:
http://www.pbase.com/infinity_dream/18_50_sample

I had a 18-50mm F2.8 EX DC as a walk around lens, but I dropped it on the floor . It got a lot of cracks in a front glass and became unusable. So I bought this one as a replacement yesterday.
In my first impression, this lens is very sharp and bokeh is really beautiful. Macro feature is great! I love this newly improved lens.
Toney Smith23-Oct-2006 03:53
Nick _ your lens is the older version of this lens so its not a true representation of the lens here.
Nick De Marco10-Oct-2006 23:58
A good lens for cropped sensor. I bought it to replace the Canon 17-85mm which I had in turn bought to replace the 350D kit lens. Its half the price of the 17-85, and although it obviously hs a smaller range it is more than twice as fats at f2.8. In my opinion it is also a better, sharper lens.

Having just bought the 5D I cannot use it anymore, but then the same is true of my 17-85.

Here is a gallery of pics taken with this lens:

http://www.pbase.com/nickdemarco/sigma1850_f28
Nick De Marco10-Oct-2006 23:51
A good lens for cropped sensor. I bought it to replace the Canon 17-85mm which I had in turn bought to replace the 350D kit lens. Its half the price of the 17-85, and although it obviously hs a smaller range it is more than twice as fats at f2.8. In my opinion it is also a better, sharper lens.

Having just bought the 5D I cannot use it anymore, but then the same is true of my 17-85.

Here is a gallery of pics taken with this lens:

http://www.pbase.com/nickdemarco/sigma1850_f28

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