The Sigma 50-100mm f/1.8 DC HSM Art is a tele lens for APS-C, manufactured from 2016. The focus is done by Ultrasonic AF Motor (Ring-USM), it does not have image stabilization. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 1012 €;
27 users have given it an average vote of 9.7 out of 10.
This lens is available with the following mounts:
Canon EF: this lens is compatible with reflex APS-C Canon EF.
Nikon F: this lens is compatible with reflex APS-C Nikon.
Sigma SA: this lens is compatible with reflex and mirrorless APS-C Sigma SA-mount.
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Pros:Sharpness, precision in the maf, excellent blur to TA, great focal range, robust, fluid ringing the right
Cons:Heavy, especially on the pulse, early consumption of stamped numbers, difficult to attach the hood, unstable, non-tropicalized
Opinion:Bought with 18/35 for color rendering, sharpness, precision and sniper speed, combined with the fact that it covers all the important focal points at 1.8, I think is among the best for dx. Also used for landscaping, does not regret the cost to sustain it to buy it. It gives a nice feeling of solidity in your hand. Unfortunately, the numbers that indicate focals are already partially deleted, but maybe it will be a defect of mine. Promoted!
sent on March 09, 2017
Pros:materials, sharpness, lightning-fast and accurate auto focus and aperture to 1.8, rne the convenience of having a single objective in place of + fixed lens
Cons:First the weight is felt, the lack of stabilizer with freehand shots could help out in + ... it is not weather sealed. Just to APSC
Opinion:And 'the perfect lens for those who want to have one goal instead of various fixed. I have used in the D500 coupled an entire evening at the theater with dancers and I must say that, apart from the weight that is felt in the long run, the result was excellent The only problem I found, if we want to call apart from those listed above, it is the bracket of the tripod that hinders a bit when you have to zoom.
Pros:Opening record of the entire zoom range, quality in terms of yield and constructive, price.
Opinion:I purchased this objective in combination with the 18-35mm f1.8 always home Sigma, to fix the classical zoom kit with two objects in total instead of a single all-rounder. Previously, I had the 16-85mm Nikon. In this way, I accept the small but significant chasm between 36mm and 48mm, but gain an incredible brightness not typical of the zoom, and especially did not expect was translated into actual goals especially for the APS-C format. Sigma did, and at low cost because of the quality achieved. The 50-100mm is a discreet boulder while not stabilized, has a weight similar to that of 300mm f4 IF-ED Nikon that I've used for over three years and almost always by hand. So not very comfortable, but I used it for about 150 minutes of concert in December, despite a 'half-hour central interruption, and arrived at the bottom alive and well. Autofocus fast, quiet and free of the front-back focus problems, in any case I purchased the Sigma USB dock to remedy any problems, upgradeof necessity the firmware, and perform calibration over time if it were needed. Also excellent hood, well built and engages with a loud "clack", without any particular games. The behavior is also excellent at open aperture. I wonder simply because to have two optical quality zoom to APS-C, after the release and the subsequent boom in D500, you either had to wait for a home as Sigma (which had already produced earlier 18-35mm) while Nikon is limited to updating the building the 16-85mm 16-80mm with little more brightness, more plasticona construction and a crazy price, when the 17-55mm DX requires a serious upgrade for a lifetime.
Cons:Limited Excursion. (severe) stabilization Deficiency. Not tropicalized. Very delicate Coating. Weight (weighs as much as a 70 200). 82 mm Filter Diameter (Costosetti).
Opinion:Excellent Optics. That has a certain weight (which is not a little) I think is logical, given the construction and the number of lenses. The ring nuts have an exceptional fluidity. To Be used especially for portraiture, it returns excellent images. Unfortunately the lack of stabilization is felt, especially because of its weight: shake lurking. You Have to be very careful in handling it because it is very delicate.
Pros:ruggedness, clarity, range of focal lengths to f1.8
Opinion:I did not test it science fiction, but my opinion is great! At this price you have the most commonly used focal portrait at a fair price. If you do not have a full frame, a ASPC this brightness to zoom there does not regret a FF with various f2.8. And if you have a FF and I want to use creatively I have tried on a 6D and it works well for me from 75/80 to 100MM, and it's not bad! Rn
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