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Sigma 17-70mm f/2.8-4 DC Macro OS HSM Lens for Canon Mount Digital SLR Cameras

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  • Sigma Corporation is pleased to announce its newly upgraded 17-70mm F2.8-4 DC Macro OS HSM lens.
  • Focusing distance of 8.7 inches

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Style: For Canon Mount DSLR Cameras
  • Brand Name: Sigma
  • Model: 17-70mm f/2.8-4 Canon
  • Lens Type: Zoom lens
  • Minimum focal length: 17 millimeters
  • Maximum focal length: 70 millimeters
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Lens Type Zoom lens Zoom lens Zoom lens Zoom lens
Maximum Format Size APS-C / DX APS-C / DX APS-C / DX 35mm FF
Maximum Aperture Range F2.8 - F4.0 F2.8 - F4.0 F2.8 F2.8
Minimum Aperture 32 22 22 22
Photo Filter Thread Size 72 millimeters 72 millimeters 77 millimeters 82 millimeters
Minimum Operating Distance 0.22 meters 0.22 meters 0.28 meters 0.38 meters
Weight 1.1 pounds 1.0 pounds 1.2 pounds 1.7 pounds
Dimension 79.0 x 89.0 x 3.1 inches 3.1 x 3.2 x 3.1 inches 84.0 x 92.0 x 3.3 inches 89.0 x 95.0 x 3.5 inches
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Product Details

Style: For Canon Mount DSLR Cameras
  • Product Dimensions: 89 x 79 x 3.1 inches ; 1.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002ZNJB32
  • Item model number: 17-70mm f/2.8-4 Canon
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (132 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 17, 2003

Product Description

Style: For Canon Mount DSLR Cameras

Sigma's 17-70mm F2.8-4 DC Macro OS HSM is the practical zoom! A large-aperture, standard zoom lens for digital cameras with an open-aperture value of F2.8 (at 17mm) and covers the most frequently used focal lengths. With an aperture fast enough to be used in many light situations, it's close focusing for use with very small object and its outstanding optical performance make this is an ideal all-around lens for landscapes, portraits, still life studies, group shots and just about any everyday photo situation. The OS, Sigma's anti shake feature, offers the use of shutter speeds approximately 4 stops slower than would otherwise be possible. HSM ensures quiet and high speed AF capability. With a faster aperture than the typical camera "kit lens" it is an excellent choice for the photographer who has higher expectations for their photo equipment.
Features Lens Construction - 17 Elements in 13 Groups Angle of View - 72.4-20.2 Number of Diaphragm Blades - 7 Miminum Aperture - f22 Minimum Focusing Distance - 22 cm / 8.7 in Filter Size (mm) - 72 Maximum Magnifications - 1 - 2.7 Dimensions (Diameter x Length) - 79-88.9 mm / 3.1x3.5 in. Weight - 535g / 18.9oz.

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Customer Reviews

Images are very sharp.
John M. Bacheller
Build quality seems very good and is similar to Sigma's EX lenses This lens is a great value and should work well as a bridge to pro glass.
MARK S GOLD
If you need a good walk-around lens, go for this one.
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60 of 64 people found the following review helpful By M. Mann on December 15, 2010
Style Name: For Nikon Mount DSLR Cameras Verified Purchase
I have no brand loyalty so after spending many hours debating and comparing the sigma 17-70, nikon 16-85, and the tamron 18-50 2.8 I settled on this one due to the features and my past experience with some great sigma lenses. After selling my 18-55 kit lens from my old d5000, I wanted a good all around lens for my d7000.

I am comparing it to my $200 35mm prime, a 10-20mm sigma HSM, and the 18-55 kit vr lens. The first thing I noticed after a day of shooting in overcast skies is how bad the purple fringing/chromatic aberration is. While I did expect some as per the reviews, particularly at wide open at 17mm, this was quite significant. Even after lightroom adjustments it was still noticeable. Then there is the sharpness. The center is good, but the corner sharpness is not. I'm not talking about just the distant corners, but about 40% of the actual image. Basically anything not on center. The sigma 10-20mm is far better. The 35mm nikon f1.8 trumps both. I could not find it acceptable to have this degradation of quality on a $1200 camera.

The fit and finish are a bit of a let down as well. The Sigma 10-20 EX HSM that I use feels much better. So does the Sigma EX 150mm APO f 2.8 macro (EXCELLENT). This non-ex 17-70 feels flimsier and more plastic. The fact that the focus ring does not override would not be such a big deal, except that it is so big that there's not much else solid to grab onto on this lens. For this price range I would think it ought to be more inline with the EX line of lenses.

I suppose if you must have the big aperture at 17mm its a good buy, but if it was my only lens I would spend more or buy used (which I did). I really tried to like it because it seemed just so perfect with the zoom range, OS, semi-macro capability...
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76 of 83 people found the following review helpful By R. A Gibson on January 27, 2010
Style Name: For Nikon Mount DSLR Cameras Verified Purchase
I own a great deal of glass... lenses litter my office. Most of the lenses I'm glad I purchased and a few, well, those go to the Land of Ebay. This one, however, will never be far from my camera(s). I owned the predecessor, the 17-70 f/2.8-4.5 HSM, an excellent lens and a supreme value. Effectively, a 25-105mm, perfect walkabout lens with Macro capability - equally adept at the candid portrait as well as the quick nature shot. Images post process quite well. So, it was a bit of trepidation that I purchased the updated lens... would it perform as well? Would the OS (Image stabilization built into the lens) be effective? Is it still a great value Nikon lens? Fortunately, the answer to all three questions is a resounding yes. If anything, images are a bit sharper out of camera. OS is effective from 2-3 stops. And absolutely, this lens is a phenomenal value especially compared to the fantastic 17-55mm f/2.8 NIKON lens priced at a healthy four figures. So unless you're loaded and/or totally convinced that only Nikon glass can work effectively on Nikon bodies, consider this lens for your arsenal. It's a strong step up from the kit lenses and a healthy competitor to the venerable 17-55mm.
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58 of 63 people found the following review helpful By Cheryl A. Kaskey on March 16, 2010
Style Name: For Nikon Mount DSLR Cameras
I recently bought this lens to be used on a D80 Nikon body. It is a replacement for a Nikon 18-70 lens. In the time that I have had this lens I have been real pleased with the performance of the lens. I have had no problems with the auto-focus system. It is fast and locks solidly. I have had no problems even in low light conditions.
The os works good but it doesn't always release right away. If I shut off the camera it releases right away but if left on it takes approx.30 seconds to turn off.
This lens is quite sharp when stopped down to F5.6 and destroys the Nikon 18-70 lens across the entire focal range. It has a fair amount of distortion at wide angle but not as much as the 18-70.
One thing that I'm going to have to get used to is the focus ring rotates when zooming in or out and I tend to have my hand touching the focus ring accidentally. Hopefully I can adjust to this.
I think for this price range lens it is built very solidly.
Unless the durability is less than I expect I will be quite happy with my purchase. I would have given this lens a 4.5 stars if it had been offered but I think there are other lenses that are faster and better so I couldn't give it a 5 star rating.
Since this lens was bought as a replacement for my Nikon 18-70 I am happy with the results. It has less distortion,a little more wide angle, a stabilized lens, and better picture quality. Life is good!!!

April 1, 2010
After spending a lot more time with this lens I have upgraded my rating from a 4 to a 5 star. This lens is able to take some incredible images. I am really impressed with the sharp images from this lens. It appears to me to be a real gem!!
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110 of 127 people found the following review helpful By Edward Truman on January 9, 2010
Style Name: For Canon Mount DSLR Cameras Verified Purchase
I received the Sigma 17-70 2.8-4 OS HSM from Amazon five days ago. I have taken about 400 shots with this lens, including landscapes, indoor family gatherings with flash, and a sporting event in a large, well-lit indoor arena. It seems to me that this lens works as advertised. I don't see focus problems with this lens in either the AI Servo to AI Focus modes on my Canon XSi. The XSi exposure metering seems to work fine with the Sigma 17-70, and I cannot see anything wrong with color accuracy. The finish, appearance, and feel of the lens are pleasing. I like it, and it certainly seems to be a good value given its relatively low cost vs. function. I have awarded four stars in my rating only because of my limited experience with this lens. If this lens continues to work as it has so far, I would award a fifth star.

Photography is my hobby, not my profession, but I carry my camera to work and shoot nearly every day. I cannot afford high-end camera equipment, so I make do with what I can afford. Even so, I have had rewarding successes and lots of fun with my hobby. My photos have been published in magazines, textbooks, brochures, large-format calendars, and web sites. They have been framed and hung on walls in office suites, sports arenas, and homes.

I have used Sigma lens for the past ten years, and currently own four Sigma lens for my Canon XSi. Sigma lens are cheap, they are most often lightweight as compared to Canon lens, and they work acceptably well. I am familiar with the "you get what you pay for" concept, and I understand that sometimes there are issues with Sigma lens. I can see why professionals need sturdy equipment, but overall Sigma has provided me with a successful and cost-effective way to observe, record, and enjoy my surroundings.
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