Covering a flexible ultra-wide range, the Nikon F-mount 10-20mm f/3.5 EX DC HSM from Sigma is a versatile zoom well-suited for landscape, architectural, and interior photography. The lens's optical design incorporates a series of low dispersion and aspherical elements, which help to reduce chromatic and spherical aberrations throughout the zoom range, as well as contribute to improved sharpness and clarity. A Super Multi-Layer Coating is also used to suppress flare and ghosting for improved contrast and color accuracy. Benefitting the imaging attributes, a Hyper Sonic Motor also affords quick and quiet autofocus performance as well as full-time manual focus override.
- F-Mount Lens/DX Format
- 15-30mm (35mm Equivalent)
- Aperture Range: f/3.5 to f/22
- Two ELD Elements, One SLD Element
Sigma 10-20mm f/3.5 EX DC HSM Overview
Sigma 10-20mm f/3.5 EX DC HSM Specs
|Focal Length||10 to 20mm (35mm Equivalent Focal Length: 15 to 30mm)|
|Lens Mount||Nikon F|
|Lens Format Coverage||APS-C|
|Angle of View||109.7° to 70.7°|
|Minimum Focus Distance||9.45" / 24 cm|
|Optical Design||13 Elements in 10 Groups|
|Filter Size||82 mm (Front)|
|Dimensions (ø x L)||3.44 x 3.47" / 87.3 x 88.2 mm|
|Weight||1.1 lb / 520 g|
|Package Weight||1.73 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||5.7 x 4.85 x 4.65"|
Sigma 10-20mm f/3.5 EX DC HSM Reviews
I needed a wider lens and when I saw this on a one day sale I jumped on it. I have other Sigma lenses and am happy with them. I have three Nikon cameras that I would use it on. I checked it out on two of them, a D200 and D810. I set it everywhere between 10 & 20 mm and had it focus on subjects between 10 inches and infinity. I was very happy with the results and surprised with how well it worked close up. I chose the Sigma over the Nikon lens that was only $6 or $7 dollars more, because the Sigma has a metal mount where as the Nikon's mount is plastic. So yes, I'm really happy with this lens and would definitely recommend it.
I bought this lens for my wife and she absolutely loves it. We shoot real estate and it stood up to the test. It's a good buy.
Had one of these when I had a Sony set up . it then. Now that I have a Nikon set up , I saw B&H had it on sale for $200 off. So I jumped on it. Just what I need to get in close for my car Shows & Cruises. One thing to look out for is you shadow in the shot. It's great to get the winners with their trophy pin sharp.
Great for in-door photography.
I purchased this lens for use with my Canon EOS 90D camera to take pictures for my real estate business. I am very please with the result. I don't have a problem with taking photos or closets, small bedrooms, or large family rooms with this lens. They all look great.
Expanding my collection slowly using an older camera as I dive in to this hobby. Great photos so far.
Get the Sigma 8-16mm instead.
Sigma does things differently. I bought the sd Quattro, and while I still love that camera, when I was looking for a wide-angle lens, I bought this lens because it has a constant aperture, because most manufacturers, not only is it useful, but a good sign of the quality of the lens. This lens has huge warping issues at the wide end. I had assumed that the 8-16mm 4.5-5.6 was not fast enough and had issues. I assumed the lens was only more expensive because of the wider angle, which I don't really need, but what I did need was a lens that didn't warp, and this is one of the worst wide angles for warping across any platform, where the 8-16 is one of the best wide-angle lenses I have used, even beating some full frame and medium format lenses. You can argue just how much you need a wider aperture for wide angles, but I really don't have any use for this lens, as most of the wide-angle shots have the ability to use a tripod to lower shutter speed. I know there are not many options on Sigma systems, and the 8-16 is no longer produced, but try the second hand market if you need a sigma lens, and try anything else if you are wanting this lens for a non-Sigma platform. The worst Sigma lens I have used and doesn't have much use or versatility. Maybe if you wanted to digitally convert to fisheye.
Excellent landscape lens
Well conceived wide angle lens that does what it's suppose to do. Fixed 3.5 aperture for low light opportunities.
I did a direct comparson of the Sigma 10-20 f/3.5 against my Sigma 17-50 f/2.8 and my Tokina 11-16 f/2.8. All shots were performed on my Nikon D7500. I shot real world and did not use a lens chart template. The Sigma 10-20 f/3.5 was equal to or bested each of these lenses. I judged optical clarity (even the corners of the frame) including color and contrast. From reviews, I was sceptical of the capability of the Sigma 10-20, but after testing, it is definitely going to find a permanant place in my Nikon camera bag. p.s. the photo was only cropped and lightened. No other editing. I think optical sharpness is fantastic.
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