Sigma f4 DG HSM lens |
High optical performance is demonstrated throughout the entire zoom range. The Hyper Sonic Motor (HSM) ensures a silent, high-speed AF function as well as full-time manual focusing capability for Sigma, Canon, and Nikon-D mount lenses. An inner focusing system eliminates front lens rotation, making the lens particularly suitable for using the petal-type lens hood supplied and circular polarizing filters. Since focusing and zooming do not change its overall length, ease of handling and operation is assured. A rotating tripod mount can be conveniently detached if required.
Sigma f4 EX DG - APO Tele-Converter EX
High-speed focusing is possible when this lens is used with dedicated APO EX tele-converters (1.4x and 2x). With the optional APO tele-converter 1.4x EX, it works as AF zoom lens from 140mm to 420mm F5.6. With APO tele-converter 2.0x EX, it works as a manual focus zoom lens from 200mm to 600mm F8.
Sigma APO 100-300mm f4 - Specification
• Lens Construction 16 Elements in 14 Groups
• Angle of View 24.4 -8.2 degrees
• Number of Diaphragm Blades 9 Blades
• Minimum Aperture F32
• Minimum Focusing Distance 180cm
• Maximum Magnification 1:5
• Filter Size Diameter 82mm
• Dimensions Diameter 92.4mm X Length 226.5mm
• Weight 1440g
• Corresponding AF Mounts
• PENTAX SFX and SF7 cannot be used. [100-300mm F4 APO EX DG HSM]
• SIGMA, CANON, NIKON (D), MINOLTA (D),PENTAX
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