Sigma 258101 105mm f/2.8 EX DG OS HSM Macro Lens Canon DSLR Cameras, Black

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Sigma 258101 105mm f/2.8 EX DG OS HSM Macro Lens Canon DSLR Cameras, Black

Sigma 258101 105mm f/2.8 EX DG OS HSM Macro Lens Canon DSLR Cameras, Black

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Three distinctive ranges are available – Art, Contemporary and Sports. These are created with different features to appeal to all experience levels and to capture any subject matter. Sigma 28-70mm f/2.8-4 DG HSM is a high-performance wide-angle to medium zoom lens for Canon cameras. The lens fuses aspherical and Super Multi-Layer elements, which enhance image quality and colour correction. The Sports line delivers high speed AF in compact telephoto zooms, which are perfect for fast-paced sports, action and wildlife photography. If you’re looking for a creative macro photography lens that offers a soft-focus glow at wider apertures yet is capable of producing razor-sharp images when stopped down, the Lensbaby Velvet 85 f/1.8 might be your thing.

The Sigma 105mm f2.8 Macro EX DG OS HSM is a high performance, large aperture medium telephoto macro lens that comes with an Optical Stabiliser (OS). The lens helps users to maintain an appropriate distance from the subject of their photos while still being able to take close-up images. It features SLD glass elements that provide fantastic control of aberration as well as a floating inner focus system that allows for high rendering throughout the focusing range. It is a true macro lens with a 1:1 magnification that produces stunning images. The minimum focusing distance is a decent 13.7 in (35 cm), and when it comes to image quality, the RF 85mm f/2 is superb (even when shooting wide open). Bokeh is smooth and looks great, and there’s minimal distortion and chromatic aberration. If you buy a product through one of our referral links we will earn a commission (without costing you anything).This is a lens that photographers either love or hate thanks to the soft, velvety glow it creates when used at f/1.8. The glow can look amazing with subjects like flowers and insects (and you can use it when capturing portraits for that old-style Hollywood look). Another handy feature of the Canon RF 35mm: It’s compatible with Canon’s macro speedlight flashes. This flash range includes the Macro Twin Lites and Macro Ring Lites and enables you to create high-quality, controlled lighting for your macro subjects. While lots of lenses with decent close-up capabilities are referred to as macro lenses, there is actually stricter criteria to qualify as one. For a lens to be considered a "true" macro lens, it needs to have at least a 1:1 reproduction ratio, meaning that the subject on the sensor plane is the same as or greater than its size in real life. This is the key to getting those spectacular, frame-filling images of minuscule subjects. Image quality and sharpness are excellent although there can be some vignetting and barrel distortion when shooting wide open.

The 100mm focal length is popular for macro lenses as it allows you to shoot just about any small subject (and it doubles as a good focal length for portraits, too). To change from autofocus to manual focus, you simply push the focus ring, which makes switching from one mode to the other a breeze. And those who prefer manual focus will love the long-throw focus ring, which has been engineered for extremely precise adjustments. Expanded Sigma 105mm f2.8 Macro EX DG OS HSM Key Features: Powerful Large Aperture Medium Telephoto Macro Lens Additionally, bokeh quality on the 60mm f/2.8 is fabulous, and although there can be haloing and flare issues when shooting into the light, the overall image quality is far better than you would expect given the lens’s price tag. The image stabilization (IS) in this lens is incredible! It allows you to shoot with up to five stops of difference. This makes the difference between shooting freehand or on a tripod. The Hybrid IS compensates for camera shake during macro shooting.The Tokina atx-i 100mm f/2.8 FF Macro isn’t as pricey as other options on this list, but don’t let that fool you; it delivers 1:1 magnification with a respectable working distance of 4.5 in (11.5 cm), along with outstanding image quality, excellent ergonomics, and more. The lens is a little heavy, so if portability is essential to you, this is not the lens for you. If you need a lens that can do it all, the Sigma 105mm f/1.4 DG HSM Art lens is an excellent choice. The best alternatives:



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