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SIGMA 150-600MM F5-6.3 C DG OS CANON

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SIGMA 150-600MM F5-6.3 C DG OS CANON is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
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  • Hyper-telephoto Zoom
  • Dustproof/Splashproof Mount
  • Zoom Lock Switch
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  • Hyper-telephoto Zoom
  • Dustproof/Splashproof Mount
  • Zoom Lock Switch
  • Filter Diameter: 95mm
  • Lightweight and compact in construction for higher usability
  • Water and oil repellent coating on the front glass element makes maintenance of the lens surface easier
  • Lightweight and compact, this zoom can handle any long-reach photographic situation one may encounter
  • Quiet and optimized Hyper Sonic Motor (HSM)
  • Optical Stabilizer (OS) with an accelerometer for improved panning photography both vertically and horizontally, essential for birding, wildlife and motor photography
  • Zoom lock switch that can be locked at any focal length
  • Manual override (MO) switch is incorporated for improved focusing control
  • Working with the Sigma USB dock, this lens allows for maximum customization such as firmware updates and adjustments to the focus limiter, AF speed and OS view
 
 

Imaging

Lens Performance

Lens Type: Digital SLR Lenses
Focal Length: 150-600mm
Maximum Aperture: f/5-6.3
Aperture (Max. & Min.): Max: f/5-6.3, Min: f/22
Camera Mount Type: Canon EF
Camera Format: Full-Frame
Angle of View: 16.4 to 4.1 degrees
Minimum Focus Distance: 280 cm (110.2 in.)
Maximum Close-Up Magnification: NA
Groups/Elements: 14 Groups/20 Elements
Diaphragm Blades: 9

Lens Features

Image Stabilization: Yes
Autofocus: Yes
Tripod Collar: Yes

Physical

Filter Thread: 95mm
Dimensions (DxL): 105 x 260.1 mm (4.1 x 10.2 in.)
Weight: 1930 g (68 oz.)

Additional Information

Warranty: 7 Year Canadian Warranty
 
 
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sharp and quick focus "First thought of buying the Tamron. But I thought this one focused faster. Took pictures of the air show and came up better than I thought. Focuses very quick and got some crisp photos of fast moving air crafts. I hesitated spending this much on glass but it's worth it. Comes with a well built carrying pouch"
Date published: 2016-09-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wow "OK... first what some would consider ‰bad_... it IS heavy... it IS ‰tight_, so that can slow you down a little if your subject is a little skittish, (but then again, with the reach of this lense, your subject shouldn't even know you`re there so...) and with a 95mm opening, filters will be expensive (but worth it). Picture quality: Took pictures of many phases of the moon (straight up, on tripod max zoom) and people were AMAZED at being able to see individual craters that are not visible with shorter lenses. With a little cropping, got some stunning images of all phases (shot at f-11 / 1/400, stabilization OFF). Hand held shooting in daylight, NEVER worried about shutter speed or aperture (stabilization ON) and once again got GREAT wildlife pictures (birds, squirrels, chipmunks). One of my first pictures with this lens was shot hand held, indoors, max zoom of a co-worker at 1/15 sec and it came out PERFECTLY (stabilisation ON, of course - btw... I do NOT recommend doing this if the pictures are to be of importance or any significance, but it IS nice to know that it CAN be done, just don't be upset if it doesn't turn out perfectly for you if you do try this). Images are nice and crisp autofocus is quick and accurate (manual focus for moon shots). You need to know that the effective viewing angle is approx 4 degrees which means that shooting moving targets requires practice (birds in flight can be hard to find, but once you can track them at min zoom, bring it in as close as you like and fire away with your shutter and be thoroughly impressed with the results... I sure was). Was considering Canon 100-400 series lense, but this one was significantly less expensive AND offered an 8 year warranty. Very happy with this purchase regardless of the weight of the product (knew this ahead of time - ALL quality glass is heavy so...) CAUTION with ALL heavy lenses, make sure you support the lense when lifting the camera to take pictures as it could conceiveably snap the mount right off of your camera (if it is NOT a metal based body, and even if it is, you don't want to bend or displace the mount). You will definitely NOT be disappointed with this product."
Date published: 2015-12-07
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I have a 7D Mark II, with an APS-C Sensor, so it’s cropped.  Will it work with it? What will the F/L actually be? (Because The 70-300mm gives me actually 105-480mm)

Asked by: Ryan
Hi Ryan, yes this lens will work on your 7D MK II. as with all Canon APS cameras, the Multiplier is 1.6 the 35mm equivalent is 112mm to 320mm
Answered by: Simon
Date published: 2018-06-28

Is this the Sigma "Sports" or "Contemporary" Model?

Asked by: Alant
Hi Alant This is the Contemporary lens. The Sport lenses are denoted with the word "Sport" in the description.
Answered by: Simon
Date published: 2018-02-14

I have a Canon 60D with a cropped sensor, will the lens function with it?

Asked by: Alant
Hi Alant yes it will
Answered by: Simon
Date published: 2018-06-22

hi there ...???  my question is ....if that lens its gonna be working with my sigma 11 lens adapter with my sony A6300 ...???

Asked by: makbet666
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