Sigma 150-600mm Lens Review
Introduction: Sigma 150-600mm is a well-built lens with a strong plastic coating and has the maximum aperture range of f/5 to f/6.3 based on the amount of zoom will be used.
The minimum focal length is 150mm and the maximum is 600mm.
This lens is capable of doing autofocus and has optical stabilization. It weighs around 430gm and the size is quite bulky and hard to carry.
This lens works for digital cameras with APS-C sensor facility.
Performance: Sigma 150-600mm is a zoom lens which is why it has a range of aperture. But at the same time zoom lens is not capable of producing the same amount of sharpness like a prime lens.
But zoom lens like this is able to create the different significance of taking pictures.
It has Hyper Sonic Motor or autofocus mechanism which is quick and fast. This lens is appropriate for extra zoom photography like taking pictures of players during a sports match as the focal length is always changing.
Connectivity: This less is available with Canon, Sigma, and Nikon F mounts.
Additional features: you can control the autofocus, manual focus, and manual override modes with the help of a switch on the side of the lens.
It provides 2 years of the warranty period. They also provide a hood for the lens for protection.
- It provides a good range of focal length.
- Its autofocus mechanism is good.
- It provides 2 years of the warranty period.
- As a zoom lens, the sharpness is as not good as a prime lens.
- It is quite expensive.
- It is tough to take pictures of birds as it does not have a fixed focal length.
Well, it is an exceptional lens with multiple features. Though it is hard to carry for its size, its features are enough to be chosen for photography. Its autofocus mechanism or sharpness is remarkable.