Sigma 17-70mm Review f/2.8-4 DC Macro OS HSM Canon EF

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With its wide zoom range, this lens has a focal range equivalent to 25.5-105mm on a 35mm camera. Thanks to Sigma’s latest technologies, it’s exceptionally lightweight and 30% more compact by volume than previous lenses of its type. Its low F-number equips photographers to shoot subjects at…

Last updated on 3rd July 2021 7:16 am
Sigma 17-70mm Review f/2.8-4 DC Macro OS HSM Canon EF
Sigma 17-70mm Review f/2.8-4 DC Macro OS HSM Canon EF

£449.99 £349.00

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Specification: Sigma 17-70mm Review f/2.8-4 DC Macro OS HSM Canon EF

Mount Sigma
Focal Length Zoom, 17-70mm
MPN 668110
Item Weight (g) 535
Focus Type Zoom, Auto
Manufacturer warranty 3 Years (if registered)
Type Macro/Close Up
EAN 85126884543

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4 reviews for Sigma 17-70mm Review f/2.8-4 DC Macro OS HSM Canon EF

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  1. sandrasan52

    Lovely lens at a good price, I bought this lens for my Nikon D7200 and its a very good upgrade from the kit lens . lots of very good reviews on utube , also I have just purchased the Nikons own Annual and they have a very good review of this lens and also vote it as great value for the money . I am very pleased with the results , nice and sharp and not to heavy.

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  2. majichands

    Amazingly sharp lens, miles better than the highly rated 18-55 Nikon kit lens. The second photo is a crop of the first photo.

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  3. K20

    Purchased for a Canon 600D – it’s a great lens. I bought it to replace the 18-55mm kit lens and it’s in a whole different league, the quality of images is far superior – depth of field, sharpness, colours are more vibrant – it beats the kit lens in every aspect. The macro ability is very impressive too, especially with being able to zoom in at 70mm.I spent a great deal of time researching and reading reviews, considering Canon 24-70, 24-105 L lenses, as well as the Sigma 17-50. I ruled out the Canon lenses due to their price and not wanting to lose the wide angle of 17-24 – better on a crop sensor, despite having a wide angle lens 10-18mm. I ruled out the Sigma 17-50 as I didn’t want less focal length to play with and although it has a constant aperture of 2.8 I was happy to give this up. Part of the decision was due to my other lenses a Canon 50mm 1.8 and the Canon 10-18mm. Knowing I have the 50mm 1.8 helps make up for the varying aperture of this 17-70.The lens comes with a lens hood and front and back caps. I read lots of reviews saying this lens isn’t sharp at the edges, but have seen no such issues – compared to my 50mm 1.8, 18-55mm kit lens and 10-18mm this appears to be producing the best photos overall.

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  4. lukasoo7

    I think this is the most versatile lens I have got, it covers wide angle to short telephoto. It’s pretty solid, build quality is decent, image quality also. Of course it’s not the sharpest or top quality lens generally, but for it’s price it’s a great lens to buy, especially as your first lens. The only minor complain would be it suffers from focus creep, and this can be annoying if you let’s say take photos of something on a tree, in the sky etc.

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