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BillS52 Silver Member Nikonian since 22nd Apr 2011Wed 04-Jul-12 01:30 PM
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>Hi there!
>
>I have 3 Sigmas:
>
>- 70-200 2.8 OS HSM
>(http://www.sigmaphoto.com/shop/apo-70-200mm-f28-ex-dg-os-hsm-sigma).
>
>Like it a lot! Great lens and cheaper than Canon and Nikkor
>counterpart.
>And I can upgrade for an FX body and keep it.
>

Judging by your work I can see a D800 in your future.

>- 17-50 2.8 OS HSM
>(http://www.sigmaphoto.com/shop/17-50mm-f28-ex-dc-os-hsm-sigma).
>Also like it a lot. Pretty sharp and 2.8 all the way. Nice
>zoom range. Similar to a 24-70 full frame lens.
>

This is the lens I may try. I think I'll rent it first...my 17-70 is not OS, I bought before the OS came out, but it's sharp.


>- 10-20 3.5 HSM
>(http://www.sigmaphoto.com/shop/10-20mm-f35-ex-dc-hsm-sigma#.
>Wanted a super wide for my D5100's DX sensor and was in doubt
>between this and the Tokina 11-16 2.8. #well, there's also the
>Nikkor 10-24 and I probably should have bought it# The Tokina
>is well known for being really good and pretty sharp. It is
>said to be better than this Sigma. And it is 2.8. But does not
>have a built-in motor so it wouldn't auto-focus on my body. I
>think Tokina announced a new model with a motor but there's
>nothing on the shelves yet.
>This one I don't like too much. I don't know. At least my copy
>doesn't produce sharp images. Well, it can if I use the sweet
>spot of 8 or 11 f/stop #above 5.6 is already better) but the
>overall sense I have is that the image quality is poor.
>
>The first 2 are really good.
>
>>Danny - what Sigma Lenses are you using?
>>I have a 17-70 which I love and I may try another.
>>I was curious what you use and like.
>>
>

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