Sigma 50mm F/2.8 Macro Lens Reviews
Product Type: Sigma camera lenses
Newest Review: ... and feel very cheap and plastic but this is definitely not the case with this Sigma lens. This lens focuses very smoothly, a ... more
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Customer Sigma 50mm F/2.8 Macro Lens Reviews (1)
by - written on 20/02/09 (Very useful, 371 readings)
Owners and uses of DSLR cameras will know that there are dozens of different lenses that can be attached to the cameras to enable different types of photography to be done correctly. The original or kit lenses that come with most DSLR`s are capable of doing a bit of everything but only at low levels, if you want to take certain images, get long zoom possibilities or shoot creatively then you need to get the right lens for the right job. One favourite with a lot of DSLR users is Macro photography which is basically shooting close ups of things, the average camera lens will only focus properly at a minimum distance of around 59cm whereas a macro lens ... Read the complete review
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