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Sigma 400mm f/5.6 APO Lens Sample Photos

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Lens: 400mm f/5.6
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Comments
J Ponces15-Mar-2010 19:33
I have used 3 versions of this lens, from the MF to the last APO Macro for Nikon. The last one was a superb lens, with close focus capabilities.
My only regret is it is not available anymore...
Mike Cable04-May-2008 22:11
The 400mm F/5.6 tele-macro Sigma is a quality lens. Those who complain probably already own the most expensive lenses out there or they don't have any skill with a camera. This lens will capture print/publish worthy shots. I had a published and first place image that I took with the cheapest canon zoom lens made. This lens is heads and tails above that lens, so no excuses (buy it!).
Kilkenny Photographic Society04-Jan-2007 01:02
This lens is superb,i could't made better choice!!!!!Using manual focusing ,af for sport only.Very sharp and perfect dof for close up.Highly recomending!!!!
Some example www.pbase.com/petr_petr
Guest 22-Nov-2005 20:24
There are two versions of this lens. I have no experience with the original, Sigma 400mm f/5.6 APO, but I own a 400mm f/5.6 APO Tele Macro (HSM version for EF mount). It's sharp - in fact sharper than my Canon EF 400mm f/5.6 in the corners - and worked flawlessly on EOS 630, 3, and D60 bodies. Unfortunately it is not quite usable with EOS 5D and I had to purchase a Canon EF 400mm f/5.6: it can only be used at f/5.6 with the 5D, meaning I can only use Manual exposure and Aperture Priority AE, which is not a big deal, the bigger problem is that the body locks up for a few seconds before the next exposure can be taken. Too bad...to be fair, the Canon version is somewhat better mechanically (AF speed and handling).

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