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Sigma 18-250mm lens
Ilse Jurriën : January 17th 2009 - 23:30 CET
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SigmaSigma 18-250 mm lens : The Sigma Corporation is pleased to announce the launch of new SIGMA 18-250mm F3.5-6.3 DC OS HSM lens for Sigma, Nikon, Canon, Sony and Pentax digital SLR cameras. The SIGMA 18-250mm F3.5-6.3 DC OS HSM lens incorporates Sigma’s original anti-shake compensation function, with a 13.8 times zoom ratio. As opposed to having an anti-shake function in the camera body, this lens’s Hybrid Optical Stabilizer provides not only an anti-shake function for the camera body, but also compensates for image shaking in the view finder as the Optical Stabilizer is built in to the lens.

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The new Sigma 18-250mm lens incorporates four Special Low Dispersion glass elements and three aspherical lens elements that provides excellent image quality throughout the entire zoom range. This Sigma lens has a minimum focusing distance of 45cm (17.7 inches) at all focal lengths and a maximum magnification of 1: 3.4 reproduction ratio, making it ideal for close-up photography. An inner focusing system eliminates front lens rotation, making it suitable for use with circular polarizing filters and the supplied petal-type hood. Incorporating super multi layer coating reduce the ghost in the backlight photography.

Sigma 18-250mm lens

Sigma 18-250mm lens specifications
Lens Construction : 18 Elements 14 Groups
Number of blades : 7 pieces
Minimum Aperture : F22
Minimum Focusing Distance : 45cm / 17.7 inch
Maximum Magnification : 1:3.4
Filter Size : 72mm
Lens Hood : Petal-type hood (LH780-04) supplied
Dimensions : 79mm×101mm / 3.1” ×4” inch
Camera mounts : Sigma, Nikon, Canon, Sony and Pentax

About Sigma
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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