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Dennis Hissink : March 10th 2007 - 19:42 CET
Sigma APO 200-500mm hands on

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SigmaSigma APO 200-500mm hands on : Well sort of… I was visiting the Sigma booth and was confronted with this huge, and I mean really huge new Sigma tele zoom lens; the new Sigma APO 200-500mm F2.8 EX DG lens. And those of you who still want to travel light after purchasing this new baby; forget it. This new Sigma lens has a weight of around 15 kilos and well the picture says it all. Sigma showcased a pre-production model of the Sigma APO 200-500mm lens but nevertheless attracted a huge crowed of people. Who said size doesn't matter? This lens is coming with a dedicated APO 2.0x tele converter 2x EX DG II so it becomes an impressive, large aperture 400-1000mm F5.6 AF Ultra-Telephoto Zoom lens.
Sigma APO 200-500mm F2.8 EX DG

Sigma 200-500mm APO lens
It covers the widely used 200 to 500mm focal length range, and maintains its fast F2.8 aperture over the entire zoom range. Four SLD glass elements provide excellent correction for all types of aberrations and produce a high level of optical performance throughout the entire zoom range. Shooting distance and focal length can be viewed on the lens’ LCD panel, which is an additional convenience for the photographer. A filter can be inserted towards the rear of the lens, and a circular polarizing filter can be used with its ingenious rotation mechanism.

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After nearly 40 years of pioneering new and better ways to capture and portray the ordinary - and extraordinary - Sigma is still creating new avenues of expression with innovative designs and enhancements in zoom and non-zoom lenses and single lens reflex cameras. As one of the first manufacturers to successfully introduce the interchangeable lens, Sigma's well-earned reputation for originality, innovation and leadership is your guarantee of the world's most advanced line of photographic products. Products you and millions of photographers worldwide turn to when quality, reliability and professional results count most.





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