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Sigma 70-300mm f/4-5.6 APO DG Macro Lens for Nikon AF-D

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Sigma 70-300mm f/4-5.6 APO DG Macro Lens for Nikon AF-D

Sigma 70-300mm f/4-5.6 APO DG Macro Lens for Nikon AF-D Wide angle Tele photo Front lens Mount

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  • Zoom Telephoto
  • With Built-In Autofocus Motor
  • Maximum Magnification of 1:2
  • 9-Blade Diaphragm
  • Lightweight (19.4 oz)
  • Lens Hood Included
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Sigma's 70-300mm f/4-5.6 APO DG Macro Lens is one of several tele zoom lenses. By incorporating the autofocusing motor into the lens itself, it can now autofocus with all Nikon DSLR cameras (including the D40, D40x, etc.). In addition, with the motor built into the lens, focusing will be quieter and more responsive.

This lens is a compact Apochromatic tele zoom lens incorporating two Special Low Dispersion glass elements in the front lens group, plus one Special Low Dispersion glass element in the rear lens group, to minimize chromatic aberration.


The DG lens design corrects for various aberrations. This lens is specially coated to get the best color balance while also cutting down on ghosting caused by reflections from the digital image sensor.

Macro photography with a 1:4 maximum close-up magnification at focal lengths from 70mm to 200mm and 1:2 maximum close-up magnification at the 300mm focal length
Switch for changeover to macro photography at focal lengths between 200mm and 300mm with a maximum close-up magnification from 1:2.9 to 1:2
The built-in autofocusing motor ensures quiet and high-speed auto focusing with full time manual focus override.
The lens materials used in this product are lead and arsenic free ecological glass
UPC: 085126508555
Performance
Focal Length 70 - 300mm
Aperture Maximum: f/4 - 5.6
Minimum: f/22 - 32
Camera Mount Type Nikon F
Format Compatibility Nikon FX/35mm Film
Nikon DX
Angle of View 34.3° - 8.2°
Minimum Focus Distance 4.92' (1.5 m)
Magnification 0.25x
Maximum Reproduction Ratio 1:2
Elements/Groups 14/10
Diaphragm Blades 9
Features
Image Stabilization No
Autofocus Yes
Tripod Collar No
Physical
Filter Thread Rear:58 mm
Dimensions (DxL) Approx. 3.0 x 4.7" (7.62 x 11.94 cm)
Weight 19.4 oz (550 g)
Packaging Info
Package Weight 1.8 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 7.0 x 4.9 x 4.8"
Sigma 70-300mm f/4-5.6 APO DG Macro Lens for Nikon AF-D
  • Front & Rear Lens Caps
  • Lens Hood
  • Soft Lens Case
  • Limited 1-Year North and South America Warranty Against Manufacturing and Workmanship Defects.
  • Limited 3-Year U.S.A. Extended Warranty Extension Against Manufacturing and Workmanship Defects.
  • REVIEW SNAPSHOT®

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    Sigma70-300mm f/4-5.6 APO DG Macro Lens for Nikon AF-D
     
    4.5

    (based on 143 reviews)

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      (55)

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    98%

    of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

    Pros

    • Fast / accurate auto-focus (92)
    • Easily interchangeable (85)
    • Consistent output (66)
    • Strong construction (60)
    • Durable (57)

    Cons

    • Heavy (25)
    • Slow focus (22)
    • Poor in low light (14)
    • Blurry focus (7)
    • Tough to attach (6)

    Best Uses

    • Landscape/scenery (63)
    • Wildlife photos (62)
    • Macro photography (56)
    • Sports/action (56)
    • General purpose (23)
      • Reviewer Profile:
      • Photo enthusiast (50), Casual photographer (24), Enthusiast (22), Semi-pro photographer (15), Pro photographer (8)
      • Was this a gift?:
      • No (56), Yes (10)

    Most Liked Positive Review

     

    Solid choice for the money!

    ** Please Note that there are two versions of this lens! ** The APO (apochromatic) version has a red ring around the end of the barrel and cost a little more since...Read complete review

    ** Please Note that there are two versions of this lens! ** The APO (apochromatic) version has a red ring around the end of the barrel and cost a little more since it contains some elements of special low-dispersion glass to help cut-down on chromatic aberration. Searching this site for just "sigma 70-300mm DG (your camera make)" should show you both of them. The APO is probably a better choice for digital users, and my comments below concern the APO Nikon-mount version of this lens. **

    I'll ditto all the best things said about this lens in these reviews – which is mostly that you can't beat it for the price!

    I'm a retired professional from the studio/event end of photography who these days mostly shoots nature/landscape stuff for my own pleasure. An average day of shooting has me hiking miles through the Arkansas woods and hills, so keeping the gear to a manageable minimum is essential. I tote a Nikon D80 with a battery-grip attached and it's 18-135mm kit lens, and having this extra lens with it's 300mm telephoto reach and "macro" capability pretty much has me covered for any situation including mid-distant wildlife to close-ups of flowers and smaller subjects.

    I'm not going to be a purist who argues over the exact definition of "Macro" - suffices to say that to the general picture-taking public it means "make little stuff look great-big and close-up" - and this tele-zoom has the added feature of it's "Macro" mode which will certainly let you do that! To make it clear how this works (you should read the manual, of course) is that in the Normal Mode the lens will focus from 1.5 meters (just shy of 5-feet) to infinity - and you can't focus any closer. But anytime the lens is between the 200 to 300mm zoom range, you'll be able to flip the switch to it's Macro position, and this allows the front element of the lens to extend even further than it normally would, letting you to focus on objects as close as 0.95 meters (about 3.1-feet or 38-inches) instead. (Though you loose the ability to focus far away in Macro Mode, you've got plenty of play-room.) The Macro switch will not engage unless the lens is extended to at least 200mm – and it cannot be retracted to less than 200mm once the Macro switch is engaged. To return to Normal Mode, you should switch to manual focus (if you're not already) and return the front element to it's "normal" focusing range (it's marked) – then flip the Macro switch off and return to auto-focus if you want. (Auto-focus works in Macro Mode – but you'll probably want to go manual.) Now pay attention to the following:

    The length of this lens extends/contracts when you're both zooming and focusing. Furthermore, the front element rotates as you perform either action! (Not much when zooming – a lot more when focusing.) This means any screw-on type filters you have attached will rotate too – so you'll need to zoom/focus first, then turn any polarizing or graduated filters to their proper alignment. This isn't really practical if you're trying to focus and frame fast-moving subjects, but it hasn't been a problem for my slower-paced work. Until you put the lens hood on – and then you can't reach the filters at all without removing it. (I think this would make it a less-than-ideal choice for fast-paced sporting events if you're going to require rotating filters.)

    The included hood is a basic round (not "tulip") shape and serves it's purpose of being "better than no hood at all". It does reverse to store "backwards" over the lens, but trying to shoot with it in this position would be awkward because it completely covers the focus ring. (The narrow focus ring is on the "far" end of the lens, with the wider zoom ring being next to the body – the opposite of my Nikon kit lens.)

    It is a little on the noisy side when focusing, but this seems to mostly be through "long-pulls" when it gives a waspish whine. Once it has the basic range, subsequent critical adjustments only produce a minor clicking sound not much louder than my Nikon lens. It might get a candid subject's attention or spook ultra-skittish wildlife – but only in a very quiet atmosphere. (About a million insects in Arkansas make a sound like it – and half of them are louder.) I'll note that almost any lens can get a little confused searching for a focus in low-light/contrast and at long zoom or close-focus settings – and this is as much the fault of your camera's auto-focus as the lens. (Try selecting different "focus points" in your viewfinder, if you can.) You might anticipate doing more manual focusing with this lens in some situations – especially in Macro Mode. Also, when switched to auto-focus, the focusing ring is torqued way down and you shouldn't try to turn it by hand. Switching back to manual relieves this tension and allows it to turn easily. There is no manual override in auto-focus mode (save for flipping the switch back to manual).

    The included soft-case was a pleasant surprise, and much better than the suede drawstring bag that came with the Nikon's original lens. It resembles a small, rectangular shaving-kit and is vertically-oriented with a zippered lid on the top, and a handy belt-loop on the back. It's decently padded and will accommodate any lens of a similar or smaller size plus the hood and perhaps a filter or two, making it a great little hiking accessory when you're only carrying one extra lens.

    So if you're a National Geographic caliber photographer with the financial backing to match – you wouldn't be looking at these bargain lenses. But for the rest of you (us) – from hobbyists up to pros - I'd say this is a real solid choice, and an excellent second-lens to compliment the wide-to-normal one your camera may have come with. I was actually looking for an affordable macro lens when I found this one since I do much more close-up work than telephoto, but I'm glad I purchased this one because it basically covers both bases – and the "macro" shots I've taken with it so far have been knock-outs! (You'll see detail in the photos that escaped the unaided eye! I'm anxious to try some diopters on it next...) If you need a dedicated telephoto for fast-action or sports, you may want to keep looking or at least get the recommendation of a pro who shoots in such settings. But if you're a hiker like me who wants to get the most flexibility from the fewest pounds hanging-off of you as possible (plus get those cool close-ups of all the interesting little stuff without having to stick your face right up to it), then I highly recommend this lens. (It also comes in several other mounts.)

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    Most Liked Negative Review

     

    Not what I expected

    I use this lens for sports/action mostley and when it works it works great. But after 8 months it broke. Sent it off got fixed. Moter inside lens broke. Fixed unter warranty...Read complete review

    I use this lens for sports/action mostley and when it works it works great. But after 8 months it broke. Sent it off got fixed. Moter inside lens broke. Fixed unter warranty and then 7 months later broke again. Now its not under warranty anymore. Don't know if I happen to get the only LEMON made but i will not be recommending this lens to anyone.

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    4.0

    Great For The Price.

    By lilwes

    from Topeka, KS.

    About Me Photo Enthusiast

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Easily Interchangeable
    • Fast / accurate auto-focus

    Cons

    • Poor in Low Light

    Best Uses

    • Landscape/Scenery
    • Sports/Action
    • Wildlife Photos

    Comments about Sigma 70-300mm f/4-5.6 APO DG Macro Lens for Nikon AF-D:

    I use this lens for landscape, wildlife and trains in motion. I use a tripod at all times with this lens. I do not miss a vibration reduction as you can't use that feature with a tripod. The money I saved went to a road trip. It takes a nice sharp picture and easy to read settings. The only down side, and it's a small one is that it would be nice if it was a little faster. To close this lens was purchased to replace an older one just like it from Sigma that I wore out.

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    4.0

    Good Budget Lens With Minor Issues

    By CJ

    from Goodrich, MI

    About Me Photography Student

    Verified Reviewer

    Pros

    • Durable
    • Easily Interchangeable
    • Lightweight

    Cons

    • Poor in Low Light

    Best Uses

    • Landscape/Scenery
    • Macro Photography
    • Night Photography
    • Sports/Action
    • Wildlife Photos

    Comments about Sigma 70-300mm f/4-5.6 APO DG Macro Lens for Nikon AF-D:

    This is a great lens which may be picked up on a budget. Good telephoto and starter lens for those interested in macro photography. After using this lens for a week, I was very pleased with the sharpness and colors produced.

    The only complaint I had with this lens is while shooting in full manual mode, I found this lens wanted to lock onto the AF motor when re-attaching to the body on a new day of shooting. Nothing like thinking you're in manual still, turning to focus, and hearing that *CLICK*.

    All-in-all, for the price point of this lens, the results it produced were pleasing enough.

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    4.0

    Great Lens

    By Frank D.

    from Trego, Wi.

    About Me Photo Enthusiast

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    Pros

    • Consistent Output
    • Durable
    • Easily Interchangeable
    • Lightweight
    • Nice Bokeh
    • Rugged

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Landscape/Scenery
      • Macro Photography
      • Sports/Action
      • Wildlife Photos

      Comments about Sigma 70-300mm f/4-5.6 APO DG Macro Lens for Nikon AF-D:

      I bought this lens to replace the exact same lens. Works great for telephoto and for macro use. For a 300mm lens, I really love it.

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      5.0

      GREAT for PRICE!!

      By Erika C.

      from Nashville, Tennessee

      Comments about Sigma 70-300mm f/4-5.6 APO DG Macro Lens for Nikon AF-D:

      I didn't know what kind of photos I was going to get with the lens at this price but it was the best investment ever!!! When I take photos and show them to other people they don't believe the price I paid for the Lens. Works well and gets the job done with great quality photos!! AND REMEMBER it's not about the camera it's about the lens!!!!! Enjoy!

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      4.0

      Excellent lens, great price

      By Grumpy

      from Midwest, IN

      About Me Casual Photographer

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Consistent Output

      Cons

      • Poor in Low Light

      Best Uses

      • Landscape/Scenery
      • Macro Photography
      • Sports/Action
      • Wildlife Photos

      Comments about Sigma 70-300mm f/4-5.6 APO DG Macro Lens for Nikon AF-D:

      My first Sigma lens, I am glad I took the leap. When steadied it takes crisp clear shots at all zoom ranges with adequate lighting. The Macro feature of the lens works nicely also.

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      5.0

      AMAZING VALUE

      By Ian

      from Florida

      About Me Pro Photographer

      Verified Reviewer

      Pros

      • Consistent Output
      • Durable
      • Easily Interchangeable
      • Nice Bokeh
      • Rugged
      • Strong Construction

      Cons

        Best Uses

          Comments about Sigma 70-300mm f/4-5.6 APO DG Macro Lens for Nikon AF-D:

          Recently putchased a Canon EOS6D body and needed a long end zoom lens that would also double as a macro. Bought this from B and H and impressed with their service and vey impressed wit the lens quality both optically and build quality. Superb value. Well done Sigma

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          5.0

          Sigma macro lens for Nikon camera

          By Ken

          from Madison, Tennessee

          About Me Photo Enthusiast

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          Pros

          • Durable
          • Easily Interchangeable
          • Fast / accurate auto-focus
          • Strong Construction

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Landscape/Scenery
            • Weddings/Events
            • Wildlife Photos

            Comments about Sigma 70-300mm f/4-5.6 APO DG Macro Lens for Nikon AF-D:

            Use camera for concerts where I cannot get close to the performer. It could Zoom in a little closer but I guess I need to go to a more powerful lens

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            5.0

            Great compact lightweight lens!

            By Blades Photo

            from Juno Beach, Florida

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            Pros

            • Consistent Output
            • Durable
            • Easily Interchangeable
            • Fast / accurate auto-focus
            • Lightweight

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Landscape/Scenery
              • Sports/Action
              • Weddings/Events
              • Wildlife Photos

              Comments about Sigma 70-300mm f/4-5.6 APO DG Macro Lens for Nikon AF-D:

              This is a great inexpensive compact and lightweight lens that fits perfectly for travel. Gets you the extra distance without the bulk size and weight.

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              5.0

              Bang for the buck

              By Sasquatch

              from Moses Lake, WA

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              Pros

              • Consistent Output
              • Durable
              • Easily Interchangeable
              • Fast / accurate auto-focus

              Cons

              • Heavy
              • Lens Creep

              Best Uses

              • Landscape/Scenery
              • Sports/Action
              • Wildlife Photos

              Comments about Sigma 70-300mm f/4-5.6 APO DG Macro Lens for Nikon AF-D:

              For a lens that reaches out to 300mm and cost under $, you can't go wrong with that. Images are sharp at 300mm and has fast auto focus; all be it noisy. As an amateur photographer, who can't spend $-$ on a long lens, this is a good compromise.

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              4.0

              Fair piece of glass

              By Swamp Fox Studios

              from Seattle

              Comments about Sigma 70-300mm f/4-5.6 APO DG Macro Lens for Nikon AF-D:

              I read the reviews and decided to pick this lens up. I looked at as that this will be great to get me by until I can really splurge. And it is! It is loud and it focus slow and toggling back and forth between auto focus and manual will happen. But when it's on a tripod the resulting images are fantastic and using the macro to shoot still life has been fantastic. Worth the price.

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              4.0

              This is a FINE entry level lens!

              By Andrew Kael Photography

              from Oquawka, Illinois

              About Me Semi-pro Photographer

              Verified Buyer

              Pros

              • Durable
              • Easily Interchangeable
              • Rugged
              • Strong Construction

              Cons

              • Heavy
              • Slow Focus

              Best Uses

              • Landscape/Scenery
              • Macro Photography
              • Wildlife Photos

              Comments about Sigma 70-300mm f/4-5.6 APO DG Macro Lens for Nikon AF-D:

              I first took this lens to a local park with my children and captured wonderful images of them playing together. Next test I took it to a local area known for birds and wildlife and was able to capture a few great images of cardinals and some baby Great Horned Owls.

              The quality of the lens and build seem good and the images I have taken are very sharp. I have had some issues with slow focusing which may be overcome as I get more experience with it, but it's still frustrating none the less. Also, the lens is pretty heavy in comparison to some other 300mm lenses I've used in the past, but I'll chalk that up to good build.

              Overall my impression is that this lens is great for the beginner or even as a spare for the semi-pro, I give it four stars only because of the slow focus. Should my copy ever break I'd certainly buy another without question.

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              3.0

              Good Value; Get what you pay for.

              By rblum22

              from Hakettstown, NJ

              About Me Photo Enthusiast

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              Pros

              • Price
              • Value

              Cons

              • Blurry Focus

              Best Uses

                Comments about Sigma 70-300mm f/4-5.6 APO DG Macro Lens for Nikon AF-D:

                Overall, this lens is a good value....but you get what you pay for. The lens is decent at 70-150 or so, but gets much softer after about 200. It is good in daylight, but - as you would expect - not so great in low light conditions. Again - for what it costs, this is a great lens to learn to experiment with.

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                5.0

                AMAZING FOR ITS MONEY

                By Aku

                from Orange County, California

                Comments about Sigma 70-300mm f/4-5.6 APO DG Macro Lens for Nikon AF-D:

                This lens is wonderful. I use it for soccer and it has just enough reach to get good quality pictures on on the opposite side of the field. The macro is just that extra whistle that delivers great pictures. The only exceptions is that due to its low price, there is some vignetting during low light and it's auto focusing is a bit slow and quite a lot of time it focuses on the background instead if the subject. For its price this lens is amazing.

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                3.0

                very very loud autofocus

                By yer

                from mexico

                Comments about Sigma 70-300mm f/4-5.6 APO DG Macro Lens for Nikon AF-D:

                The glass is ok, the only down side os tha servo of the autofocus is extremly loud

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                5.0

                Best lens ever!!

                By KAbbott

                from Cleveland, TN

                About Me Photo Enthusiast

                Verified Buyer

                Pros

                • Consistent Output
                • Durable
                • Easily Interchangeable
                • Lightweight
                • Strong Construction

                Cons

                • Slow Focus

                Best Uses

                • Indoors/Low Light
                • Landscape/Scenery
                • Macro Photography
                • Sports/Action
                • Wildlife Photos

                Comments about Sigma 70-300mm f/4-5.6 APO DG Macro Lens for Nikon AF-D:

                This lens is wonderful for sports photography! It takes nice, sharp pictures and autofocuses! I have been able to get some great shots with this lens! It is lightweight, easy to mount, and I have the option to switch to manual focus if needed. The only con that I have found so far is that the autofocus takes longer and I miss a shot every now and then. That could be user error though!

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                5.0

                Great lens for a great price

                By Miata Man

                from Connecticut

                About Me Photo Enthusiast

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                Pros

                • Durable
                • Easily Interchangeable
                • Rugged
                • Strong Construction

                Cons

                • Slow Focus

                Best Uses

                • Landscape/Scenery
                • Macro Photography
                • Night Photography

                Comments about Sigma 70-300mm f/4-5.6 APO DG Macro Lens for Nikon AF-D:

                Was looking for a macro lens for Nikon D3200 that was not super expensive yet produced great quality pictures.

                Overall it is a great lens; only cons are that it is slow & noisy when auto-focusing

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                5.0

                worth every penny

                By World's A Stage

                from Milliken, CO

                About Me Semi-pro Photographer

                Verified Buyer

                Pros

                • Durable
                • Easily Interchangeable
                • Fast / accurate auto-focus
                • Nice Bokeh
                • Strong Construction

                Cons

                • None at this time

                Best Uses

                • Landscape/Scenery
                • Macro Photography
                • Weddings/Events
                • Wildlife Photos

                Comments about Sigma 70-300mm f/4-5.6 APO DG Macro Lens for Nikon AF-D:

                I bought this to use with my D750, it's all I could afford for now, and I'm so glad I did. Is it top of the line?.... No but it is more then I could have hoped for, for the price.Even after I upgrade to better glass I will most likely keep this in my bag of lenses. It's autofocusing work very well just a little slower then you may want if you are shooting fast moving sports but for everything else I think it's fine. My photos come out clear and sharp.

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                4.0

                Sigma lens 70-300mm F/4-5.6 APO DG Macro

                By Lizel

                from Knoxville, TN

                About Me Photo Enthusiast

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                  Cons

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                      Comments about Sigma 70-300mm f/4-5.6 APO DG Macro Lens for Nikon AF-D:

                      To use the lens 70-300mm APO DG Macro lens, either macro or telephoto at 200 - 300mm it is advisable to use a tripod and remote. Lens is very sensitive to handshake but considering the price it is worth the money! It is a little slow when on auto focus but very easily changed to manual if needed and smooth and easy to focus manually.

                      B&H delivers a great service, fast and reliable delivery with good quality products.

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                      4.0

                      Good For Beginners

                      By Eddy Pacheco

                      from Maracaibo, Venezuela

                      About Me Photography Student

                      Verified Reviewer

                      Pros

                      • Consistent Output
                      • Durable
                      • Easily Interchangeable

                      Cons

                      • Blurry Focus
                      • Poor in Low Light
                      • Slow Focus

                      Best Uses

                      • Landscape/Scenery
                      • Sports/Action
                      • Wildlife Photos

                      Comments about Sigma 70-300mm f/4-5.6 APO DG Macro Lens for Nikon AF-D:

                      I use this lens for landscape, wildlife and sport, and also portraits.
                      its very cheap and i think that if u have good light you can do the job using this lens.

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                      4.0

                      Very nice lens for the price

                      By Cameraman

                      from Trenton mi

                      About Me Photo Enthusiast

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                      Pros

                      • Consistent Output

                      Cons

                      • NONE

                      Best Uses

                      • Landscape/Scenery
                      • Macro Photography
                      • Wildlife Photos

                      Comments about Sigma 70-300mm f/4-5.6 APO DG Macro Lens for Nikon AF-D:

                      Very good for general photography nice macro feature.

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