The Sigma 17-70 F2.8-4.0 DC OS HSM | C is the first lens in the Contemporary line originally announced last […]
Many times I’ve been asked on Facebook and elsewhere if it is possible for a photographer to keep their favorite Sigma lens and get a lens mount swap after making the decision to switch from one camera to the next, and now, finally, I can answer them with the answer they (and I) want to hear! As of September 2, 2013, owners of lenses in Sigma’s line of the Sigma Global Vision lenses: Art, Sports, and Contemporary, can now send their lenses in for a mount swap. This is a paid service, and lenses will be shipped to our Aizu, Japan factory for the mount conversion
This week’s Fan Photo of the Week was made by Richard Kuperberg with the all-new 17-70mm F2.8-4 DC Macro OS HSM | C lens!
Camera: Canon | Lens: 17-70mm F2.8-4 DC Macro (OS)* HSM | C | Shutter: 1/320 – 1/250 – 1/80 sec | Aperture: f11 | ISO Setting: 100
He tells us:
Usually this Monastery (Chuang Yen Monastery) is very busy and hard to get a shot with out having people in the picture. Luckily I got off work early and headed there thinking I might have a shot at photographing the place with nobody around, my luck there was not a car in the parking lot. This image is HDR, and the new sigma lens ROCKS!
CES 2013 is underway in Las Vegas, and the biggest news out of Sigma’s Booth #7904 at LVCC Center Hall is, of course, the just-announced Sigma DP3 Merrill and the new Monochrome mode in Sigma Photo Pro 5.5, and the upcoming release dates of the new Sigma 120-300mm Sports lens and the 17-70mm Contemporary Lens.
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This week’s Fan Photo of the Week was taken by photographer Aaron Burnett made with the 17-70mm F2.8-4 DC OS […]
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