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Can we have an archive of shots from the Sigma 120-300mm f/2.8 please :)

I'll start ;)

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All shot handheld with my 1D MkII

EDIT - Mines a non-DG model

Post #1, Feb 16, 2007 14:09:25


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angryhampster
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I swear that lens is the pinnacle of Sigma's image quality. Beautiful shooting, sir.

Post #2, Feb 16, 2007 14:45:15


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Is this the DG Macro?

Post #3, Feb 16, 2007 16:42:57


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adamlc wrote in post #2720700external link
Is this the DG Macro?

There is no "macro" version of this lens; only the non-DG and DG.

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Post #5, Feb 16, 2007 18:32:38


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Probably not the best of shots, but it is all I have available at the moment.

As a side note; I love this lens!

Edit: I thought I would add that this is the non-DG version.

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With Sigma 1.4x extender

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I thought I would add one more. This is from before I sent my copy in to Sigma to have a back-focus issue fixed. All is well now with the beast, thanks Sigma service!

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Crashoran wrote in post #2721888external link
With Sigma 1.4x extender

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Beautiful background blur! Great capture.

Post #9, Feb 16, 2007 21:03:52


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These are all with the 2X TC.

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Post #10, Feb 16, 2007 22:21:24


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LightRules wrote in post #2720718external link
There is no "macro" version of this lens; only the non-DG and DG.

Yes you're right sorry... I was thinking of the 70-200 EX DG Macro!

Even so, I think I'm getting this 120-300... I've seen lots of beautiful beautiful photos with it.

Post #11, Feb 17, 2007 03:11:00


EOS 6D, 135L, 24-105L, Mamiya RZ67pro2 and lenses :cool:
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Well, what amazing shots these are and what a beast of a lens.

Post #12, Feb 17, 2007 05:33:39


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Crashoran, that is a stunning shot.

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oh stop! Dangit!

Post #14, Feb 17, 2007 14:35:11


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There's no other lens I'd prefer to drag into a dark, murky, forest... probably the ideal rally lens.

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Post #15, Feb 17, 2007 15:31:35 as a reply to Mr. Clean's post 56 minutes earlier.


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