Sunday, 12 June 2011

Sigma 10-20mm DC HSM Lens Review

The Sigma 10-20mm lens is one of two that sigma make. There is the f/4-5.6 and the new version the f/3.5. (that means that the new version the aperture does not change as you zoom in from 10 to 20mm and you don't loose a whole stop of light (ie half the amount of light gets into the camera at f5.6 as it does at f/4)

This is a DC lens meaning that it is for Cropped sensor cameras ie anything below the level of the Nikon D700.

Its HSM focus motor means it is fast and very quiet.  (being such a small focal length and such a small aperture focus speed is going to be quick on almost all cameras)

It also gets a very close focusing distance but in no terms is this a macro.

more videos after the break

Here are a bunch of photos taken with the sigma lens on a trip in Japan  (along with some shots with the 105mm macro)

And here is one where I do a bit of time lapse and also shot at 3fps chasing Kim on a bike again in Japan

and here is somones shots with the newer version the f/3.5

here is some crazy wide angle video with the new version as well

and here is some sexy twitor effects

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