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Latest Review Posted Sigma 70-210mm F4-5.6 UC
I actually got this to use on my film body MX that was my main shooter. It was cheap, and I didn't have a zoom. I didn't expect much, but when the pic's came back - in this case Fuji Superia 400, negatives scanned at a pro shop, I was really impressed with the look, the sharpness, the color, the generally appealing feel. Here are a few shots of a stopped train near my house at sunset. I believe that these shots were near the more telephoto end of the range. I don't recall the aperture, but I'd guess around 5.6.


It's a good lens, not a slouch and not full of smeary spherical aberrations that I find with so many cheaper lenses. I also don't notice much fringing either. But I need to shoot it more. I just got a K-01, my first real digital camera, so I'll put it thru its paces again and see how it does with a crop sensor compared to my full frame 35mm film.


Brad


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