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Sigma 17-50mm f/2.8 EX DC OS HSM FLD Large Aperture Standard Zoom Lens for Canon Digital DSLR Camera

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Compatible Mountings Canon EF-S
Max Focal Length 50 Millimeters
Min Focal Length 17 Millimeters

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  • FLD glass elements along with two glass mold elements and one hybrid aspherical lens provide excellent correction of aberrations and allow for incredibly sharp images with great contrast
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Compatible Camera Mount Canon EF-S Canon EF-S Canon EF-S Canon EF-S Canon EF-S
Focus Type Ultrasonic Stepper motor Ring-type ultrasonic Stepper motor Ring-type ultrasonic
Item Dimensions 3.62 x 3.31 x 3.31 inches 0.91 x 2.68 x 2.68 inches 4.37 x 3.31 x 3.31 inches 2.83 x 2.95 x 2.95 inches 4.76 x 3.07 x 3.07 inches
Item Weight 1.25 lbs 4.41 ounces 1.42 lbs 0.53 lbs 1.79 lbs
Lens Type Standard Wide Angle Wide Angle Wide Angle Wide Angle
Maximum Aperture 2.8 2.8 millimeters 2.8 4.5 millimeters 1.8
Maximum Focal Length 50 millimeters 24 millimeters 55 millimeters 18 millimeters 35 millimeters
Minimum Aperture 22 22 22 29 16
Minimum Focal Length 17 millimeters 24 millimeters 17 millimeters 10 millimeters 18 millimeters
Photo Filter Thread Size 77 millimeters 52 millimeters 77 millimeters 67 millimeters 72 millimeters

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Shantanab Banerjee
5.0 out of 5 stars One of the best budget friendly alternative to your kit lens.
Reviewed in India on June 28, 2017
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5.0 out of 5 stars One of the best budget friendly alternative to your kit lens.
Reviewed in India on June 28, 2017
I have been using this lens extensively for the past 3 months, have taken it to our tour to Ladakh. I am happy to say that it came out in flying colors...and satisfied my every requirement. I used a D5300 body along with it. I will list few PRO/CON that I found along with some shots

PROs:
1. Useful range for all round photography, 17mm is perfect for landscapes/wide group shots. While 50 mm with f/2.8 will behave quite like a 50mm prime and provides great bokeh for potraits.
2. F/2.8 is fabulous for low light photography, I included a night sky photo taken at wide angle with fully open aperture. The F/2.8 aperture allowed for plenty light to enter (so that you can keep ISO and shutter speed at a optimum level).
3. Fast autofocus on my D5300. I took plenaty of shots from inside of moving vehicles, the shots came out sharp.
4. Focus meter is quite accurate, and is useful for manually focussing at infinity for those night sky photos.
5. Metal mount, far far better than those plastic mount in kit lenses.
6. Sharp.. but as all enthusiasts are well aware, it is a little soft wide open at f/2.8.. but when around f/4 to 5.6.. It is really sharp. A little softness and vignetting happens (not noticeable without 100% crop) at 17-30 mm, but after that its sharp everywhere.

CONs:
1. Heavier and chunkier than kit lens, but thats expected as it is a constant aperture lens.
2. No continous Autofocus/manual focus button...so every time you have to switch to manual focus if you want to fine tune the focus manually a bit.
3. There is some clunky noise which can be felt, when you shake the lens, even with the OS off.
4. The zoom lens moves opposite to normal NIKON lens, which might feel weird for new users... and its not very fluid.

Overall verdict: I own 18-55 Nikon kit lens, Tamron 70-300 VC and NIKON 35 mm prime and now this has become my goto lens for most cases. Its a good lens, and a perfect fit for travel lens (where you can not travel with many lenses). I wholeheartedly recommend this.

NOTE 1: A close contender of this lens was Sigma 17-70 VC (with variable aperture) but I found that lens, although newer, lacked the sharpness of this lens. If you have the budget for 1 or 2K more, and can afford to lose few mm of zoom to gain overall better pictures - go for the 17-50.

NOTE 2: It is for NIKON D5300 users, there is a problem of zooming in while in playback mode, even you have the so called "D5300 compatible" version of the lens. This a minor issue anyway.
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Julias Fotokiste
5.0 out of 5 stars Aller guten Dinge sind Drei! …oder: läuft das Sigma meinen Festbrennweiten den Rang ab?
Reviewed in Germany on September 16, 2018
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5.0 out of 5 stars Aller guten Dinge sind Drei! …oder: läuft das Sigma meinen Festbrennweiten den Rang ab?
Reviewed in Germany on September 16, 2018
Aufgrund der tollen Schärfe und hohen Lichtstärke fotografierte ich bislang am liebsten mit Festbrennweiten. Dazu habe ich mir aus dem Canon Sortiment Linsen zwischen 24mm und 100mm zugelegt. Tolle Schärfe, tolles Bokeh! Der Nachteil ist, dass man mit einer Festbrennweite nicht so flexibel ist wie mit einem Zoom-Objektiv. Man kann eben nicht alles haben.

Genervt von der häufigen Objektivwechselei (wenn man unterwegs ist) schaute ich mir das Sigma 17-50mm f/2.8 im Internet näher an. Die Lichtstärke von 2.8 reicht mir meist aus, z.B. um Porträts zu machen, bei denen der Hintergrund zumindest noch ansatzweise erkennbar ist. Die Meinungen im Netz sowie in den bekannten Foren gehen etwas auseinander. „Geniales Objektiv“ bis hin zu „Fehlfokus…Autofokusprobleme usw.“…

Da ich ein "Immerdrauf" wollte, das ich sowohl für Landschaft / Städte als auch für Porträts nutzen kann, ohne ständig wechseln zu müssen, bestellte ich kurzerhand das Sigma bei Amazon. Optik und Verarbeitung haben mich von Anfang an zu 100% überzeugt! Es gibt sogar die Möglichkeit, den Zoom zu arretieren, damit das Objektiv nicht automatisch ausfährt, wenn die Kamera nach unten hängt. Etwas, das mich am 15-85mm immer genervt hat!

Getestet mit meiner 750D und 80D stellte ich aber leider einen leichten (aber eben vorhandenen) Fehlfokus fest. An der 80D hätte ich es ggf. justieren können, ich wollte das Sigma aber hauptsächlich an der 750D betreiben, die keine Fokusfeineinstellung hat. Amazon bot mir einen Austausch an, den ich dankend annahm. Der Support bei Amazon ist einfach klasse! Leider hatte das zweite Exemplar einen noch ausgeprägteren Fehlfokus ☹ Sehr enttäuscht schickte ich daraufhin beide Exemplare zurück mit dem entsprechenden Hinweis!

Da das Sigma aber durch die Bank gelobt wird, ließ es mich nicht wirklich los. Es kann doch nicht sein, dass andere das Objektiv so toll finden?! Ich überlegte, ihm noch eine Chance zu geben. Nach drei Monaten bestellte ich das Objektiv also erneut (und ja, ich habe ewig überlegt!)…und was soll ich sagen…bereits der erste Test hat mich umgehauen!! Die Linse ist SCHARF! Nun wusste ich, dass die beiden ersten Exemplare definitiv nicht okay waren.

Ich testete das Sigma an meinen beiden Crop Kameras. Es ist einfach nur perfekt! Der Fokus sitzt genau da, wo er hingehört. Der Autofokus arbeitet schnell und einwandfrei! Der Bildstabilisator ist hörbar, aber absolut nicht störend (mein 100mm L 2.8 Macro ist ein Traktor dagegen). In Sachen Schärfe kommt es verdammt nah an meine Festbrennweiten heran…zumindest in der Bildmitte. Leichte Unschärfen zum Rand hin im Weitwinkelbereich sind aber absolut normal. Im direkten Vergleich zum 15-85mm von Canon ist das Sigma deutlich schärfer, auch zum Bildrand hin! Das 15-85mm habe ich direkt verkauft, das Sigma klebt förmlich an meiner Kamera fest 😊

Mein Fazit:

+ tolle Bildqualität
+ sehr scharfe Abbildungsleistung
+ schönes Bokeh
+ hochwertige Verarbeitung
+ Zoomarretierung
+ schneller AF
+ Sonnenblende und Objektivtasche dabei
+ leise

- Serienstreuung

Eine super Linse mit einem tollen Preis- / Leistungsverhältnis. Das vergleichbare Canon kostet mehr als doppelt so viel. Mir war es zu teuer. Mein einziger Kritikpunkt zum Sigma ist, dass es offensichtlich eine gewisse Serienstreuung gibt! Meine beiden ersten Exemplare waren wirklich nicht gut, das dritte um Welten besser…ja ich sage sogar, es ist perfekt!

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Nachtrag nach 7 Monaten:

Ich nutze das Sigma nun seit 7 Monaten und bin nach wie vor absolut begeistert von dem Objektiv. Habe zwischenzeitlich noch eine Canon M5 gekauft, an der es mit Adapter ebenfalls perfekt funktioniert. Klar, an der leichten M5 ist es nebst Adapter schon recht groß und schwer, das muss man natürlich bedenken. Daher nutze ich es weiterhin an den DSLRs.
Dafür ist mein Immerdrauf geworden und sogar einen Großteil meiner Produktfotografie mache ich inzwischen mit dem Sigma. Es bildet nahezu genauso scharf ab wie meine beiden Macros von Canon. Das ist wirklich beeindruckend!

Fazit: auch nach monatelanger Nutzung und wirklich vielen Fotos bin ich nach wie vor zu 100% überzeugt (ja sogar begeistert) vom Sigma 17-50 2.8 und kann es nur wärmstens empfehlen.
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SeanOR
5.0 out of 5 stars Looking for a good upgrade to your kit lens then this is it
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 26, 2017
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Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 26, 2017
I love this lens. For a long time there was a big gap in my camera bag from my tokina ultra wide lens up to my 85mm. I had no true walk about versatile lens until I purchased this.
The build quality is excellent feels really well built and solid. It has a 77mm filter thread which came in handy because all my nd filters for my tokina lens are 77mm.
CA is hardly noticeable and the little bit that is there can be corrected in light room. I am using it on my nikon d7000 and it auto focuses perfectly. I love this lens particularly shooting landscapes where I can use the focal length to my advantage.
If you are looking for a lens to replace your kit lens then this is the one although you aren't gaining much in terms of focal length but you are getting f/2.8 which will come in handy if you want to shoot the night sky over those clear summer nights.
Delivery was fast and the lens was in its official box with warranty and user guide. Thank you please see photos below taken with this lens
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Mupfl
5.0 out of 5 stars Top Immerdrauf mit sehr gutem Preis-/ Leistungsverhältnis
Reviewed in Germany on December 30, 2017
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S L Lock
5.0 out of 5 stars Great lens for video work
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 7, 2018
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