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Load image into Gallery viewer, Sigma 17-70mm f/2.8-4 DC Macro OS (Optical Stabilizer) HSM Lens for Canon EOS Cameras
Load image into Gallery viewer, Sigma 17-70mm f/2.8-4 DC Macro OS (Optical Stabilizer) HSM Lens for Canon EOS Cameras
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Sigma 17-70mm f/2.8-4 DC Macro OS (Optical Stabilizer) HSM Lens for Canon EOS Cameras

4.4
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  • Sigma 17-70mm f/2.8-4 DC Macro OS HSM Lens - Lens Hood(LH-825-03) - Front & Rear Lens Caps - Sigma 1 Year North and South America Limited Warranty (3 Year USA Extended Warranty for a Total of 4 Years from Date of Purchase)
  • Brand: Sigma
  • MPN: 884101
  • 72mm filters
  • Lens Series: Sigma DC
  • Color: Black
  • Minimum focusing distance of 22cm/8.6in throughout the entire zoom range
  • Maximum magnification ratio of 1:2.9
  • Thermally Stable Composite construction
  • 7 diaphragm blades
  • 72mm filter size

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Customer Reviews

New love for an old lens.I write a lot of reviews. In the 6 years I've owned this lens I'm surprised I have not written a review on this lens. Here's my story. I was losing a lot of money in trying to resell old lenses since switching over to mirrorless. I gave up the battle and bought a cheap DSLR to use some of my older lenses since they are good and still in excellent shape. The 2.8-4 and macro abilities on this lens make it excellent on paper. I decided to mount this lens, take pictures around the house, and set it up as a webcam since I do a lot of online conferencing. Man, this thing is a sleeper. I was very impressed by the image quality feel of this lens. It's not as heavy as comparable lenses out there (other 17-50 lenses). The macro capabilities is a feature that this has that many in this same category do not have. Focus motor in video is not as loud as some of the expensive lenses that I have. In continuous AF during video you may hear some slight chirping as it attempts to lock on focus, but it's not bad. The only downside is it is a little slow to acquire focus, but not by much. I've been using top of the line Sony's lately so maybe I'm comparing it to the fastest autofocus on the market since that's what I'm used to. Overall, for this price you cannot go wrong. If you are new to photography then skip the kit lens (18-55) that comes with you camera. Get the body only and then get this lens. Even as an experienced photographer I was glad I dug this out and played with it. I'm taking it off the for sale market and putting it back in rotation.5Spectacular Lens!This lens is spectacular in every way. Optically it is extremely sharp. The 0.3x magnification opens up tons of creative opportunities for close-up photography. The lens is not overly heavy, but it handles very well. The zoom and focus rings are both very smooth. The zoom is well-controlled. Focus breathing is non-existent. The switches for autofocus and stabilization are solid and give reassuring clicks when moved. The mount fits my Nikon D5500 body well with no play. The autofocus is always sharp and spot on. The only way this lens could be improved is a constant f2.8 aperture, but that would result in an unacceptably huge optic.5Great APS-C Lens For Canon T6sI purchased this lens just over a year ago. I've used it casually for both indoor / outdoor photography and had good results. Now over a year old, its been to Europe twice and I used it almost exclusively on a recent trip to France. We all want to take as many lenses as possible on a shoot, but when you are traveling, you often have to make sacrifices. This was a great lens for the trip.I shot indoors, outdoors, landscapes, with and without flash in some incredibly dark places. I was very impressed with the 17- 70's performance as a multi-purpose lens. 17-23 gives you great wide angle options for larger rooms, buildings and gardens. 30-50 worked well allowing me to compose and fill the frame with a subject at near distance. 70mm helped bring things in I just couldn't get close enough to.The lenses focus is extremely sharp (at all focal lengths). Of course every lens has its "sweet spot" range but I have no complaints here for a lens at this price point. Color and clarity are also excellent. The focus ring is nice and wide, smooth (with the right amount of drag), and is easy to grip when manual focus is used. There is no zoom creep when you carry the lens barrel down and hiking. It stays put (retracted).On this trip, I visited several exhibits that did not allow any flash photography. This is where a F2.8 lens is really useful. I was happy with the raw captures and got some compliments on many of the photos. The "OS" on this lens is great. You can be tired, or a little shakie and no one will be the wiser. I've only shot a handful of video with this lens, but like stills, its performance has been nothing less than excellent. This lens is a nice step up from a comparable lens in a "kit" camera package, but is by no means professional grade. That said, you will notice a big difference between the photos shot with this lens in comparison to a "kit lens" that comes with your camera. You'll be VERY happy! It's quiet, takes super sharp photos and is extremely versatile. Price new (Amazon) or refurb from direct from Sigma is extremely appealing. The pics below are Mendocino, Liverpool, Sausalito, Paris and the Loire Valley.4The best upgrade from a kit lens under $500 USD! I have seen many rumors that this lens is soft at 17mm. After two full days of testing I can put that rumor to rest, this lens is so tack sharp throughout the entire zoom range its hard not to cut yourself on it. At 17mm and f/2.8 the out side edges are slightly softer then the center. But to notice this you have to take multiple photos and zoom in over 300% and really "really" try to look for it. I tested this lens on a Canon Rebel T3i (600D) with a 18mp sensor. I can't say how impressed I am with this lens in terms of both optical and build quality. If you are looking to upgrade from your kit lens or just need a new lens in this zoom range without breaking the bank. Get this one. The only lens on the market for Canon in this zoom range that offer better optical quality is the much more expensive Canon 17-70 f/2.8L Lens. But its optical quality is very very marginal over the Sigma.Pros:- Half stop better lighting performance over most kit lens.- Better construction over most kit lens.- Most importantly, better optical performance over most if not all kit lens.- Does not suffer from zoom creep depute no zoom lock.- Comes with Tulip Lens Hood.- Tight yet smooth zoom even for video.Cons:- No full time manual focus override. You must turn off AF to use manual focus- The focus ring is little to close to the zoom ring.- No weather sealingOther Thoughts:I got this lens to replace my Canon EF 28-135 IS USM Lens. This lens is so much better in both optical and build quality that its jaw dropping. The OS works great, very quiet and the lens is very fast focusing. I can't comment on how this lens would be on other Camera brands like Nikon. But rest assured that if your a Canon user you will love this lens. 5If using on a NIKON D500--this item needs a Frimware update-according to SIGMAFor Nikon D500 UsersWe would like to announce the availability of new firmware and support for the lenses listed below. This update resolves the phenomenon that the exposure may not be accurate when these SIGMA interchangeable lenses for NIKON are used on a Nikon D500, which was released on April 28th, 2016 by Nikon Corporation.For customers who own the applicable products listed below, please update the lens firmware in accordance with the following information.[Applicable products]SIGMA 35mm F1.4 DG HSM | Art Nikon mountSIGMA 17-70mm F2.8-4 DC MACRO OS HSM | Contemporary Nikon mountSIGMA 18-300mm F3.5-6.3 DC MACRO OS HSM | Contemporary Nikon mountSIGMA 120-300mm F2.8 DG OS HSM | Sports Nikon mount, when attached to TELE CONVERTER TC-1401 or TC-2001* Lens firmware update is not necessary if the lens is not used with TELE CONVERTER TC-1401 or TC-2001.[Benefit of this firmware update]It has corrected the phenomenon that applicable products listed above show some underexposure depending on shooting conditions when they are mounted on a Nikon D500.4PerfectionI lucked out and happened to buy this at a steal of a price ($270 new). I own 5 total lenses (including this one) for my photo business. When compared to the Nikon kit 18-55mm lens, this thing absolutely blows it out of the water in picture quality, build and design. Pictures are tack sharp and it s great to use when I m not shooting with my prime lenses (35mm and 50mm). You won t find a better travel lens for under $500. This is a gem....5Aamazing in ClarityI have no prime lenses, and use only this lens (Sigma 17-70mm F2.8-4 Contemporary DC Macro OS HSM Lens for Nikon) and a Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 55-200mm for outdoor photography Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 55-200mm f/4-5.6G ED VR II Lens Bundle W/52mm UV Filter + Lens Pouch + Xpix Lens Handling Accessories. I use a different rig indoors, so speed (f4-5.6) is no issue..As I posted in the review of the Sigma Lens, I heavily researched lenses before purchase, and the Photography websites seem to differ on quality of lenses from Amazon reviewers. For amateur photographers, I could not find a better lens combination than this Lens for WA shots, and the NIKKOR for moderate telephoto use. Both produce outstanding photos from my D7500. This Sigma is a little pricey compared to cheaper alternatives and prime WA lenses, but to keep my lenses to only 2, and not a bag-full, I am delighted at this purchase..Pixel counters, and pros needing exceptional sharpness to edges, no barrel issues, etc. will surely find flaws. However, as a common DSLR user (outdoor shooting only with this rig), this lens sings. It is my primary lens and I have found no issues with everyday uses. I use Photoshop elements (shooting in RAW+JPEG) and crop some of the RAWs by about 1/3 and the sharpness and details (mid tones/highlights) are great. To myself, friends, and family, these photos are "amazing" in clarity..If damaged, I would re-purchase this same lens. . . Photo ISO 400, 1/1600, f3.5, sRGB, 5568X3717 cropped to 72X72dpi/19.3mb to 1.3mb5Great LensSo far this lens is excellent, it quickly became my favorite lens to grab. I really wanted a lens i could carry around and use for 90% of my photo needs and this fits the bill. I also like how it's relatively compact/lightweight compared to similar zoomz because i take it hiking with me all the time. For me it is the perfect range of focal lengths; very versatile.5A great walk around lens for aps-c camerasThis is a really good lens. I have found it much more versatile for my camera than my other 24-70 mm lens. My camera is a nikon d7200 which is a crop sensor, and 17 mm is really needed in order to get a moderate wide angle. I love the color reproduction and sharpness at all focal lengths. I don't really use this for macro purposes, but the bokeh it produces is generally nice. The lens produced images that were tack sharp. This contrasts with my prior experience with sigma lenses. They seem to have improved their product significantly. I noted minor chromatic aberration zoomed all the way out, but this was easily corrected in lightroom. I also used it in September in las vegas and got some nice nighttime images. I will post some recent images I have taken using the lens.5Geat!!! I needed a lense that was 1:1 and higher. Looked at other lens and the price was between $1500 to $2300 for 24-70 mm. I wasn't sure if this was the lens I really wanted, but you don't know until you use it. I saw the Sigma 17-70mm and the price was reasonable enough to see if this was a lens like the 24-70. i figured I would try it and then if I liked the photos and quality I would get the Canon lens. Got the lens, tried it and it was just what I was looking for. The apeture allows for lots of light at 2.8. The quality of the pictures is great. Very quiet. It is like anyother lens. You have to take multiple photographs in order to learn how to use it in order to be happy with the quality of your photos. Too many people think that the lens is responsible for their unsatisfactory photographs. It is the person taking the photographs that determines the real quality of the photos. This lens is more than enough to take fantastic shots and the price is more than reasonable. Practice makes perfect and it is up to the photographer to take the photos they want 5Love it... Sigma is now a player!I was looking for a multipurpose lens for vacation to mount on my 7D when I stumbled upon this one. I had seen the reviews for the new Sigma 35 f1.4 Art Series on canonrumors.com and was very impressed with what I was reading. So, I thought I should give this lens a try. After all, it was a mere $499 vs. $2100 for the Canon 24-70 f2.8 L II with which I have spent some real world time. You see, I have just under 100 weddings under my belt in the past 6 years. Yet I haven't ever owned a zoom lens, since I shoot weddings primarily with fast primes (Canon 24 f1.4 L, Canon 50 1.2 L, Canon 85 f1.8, and Canon 100 f2.8 L macro). At times, I have rented zooms when I knew a certain event would require shooting without carrying multiple bodies or changing lenses. I have shot with the Canon 17-55 f2.8 IS and the 24-70, and I must say... this lens competes very well with both of them at a much lower price!The Sigma 17-70 f2.8-4 DC Macro OS HSM has a longer ranger than the Canon 17-55 IS, while still offering you image stabilization, which the 24-70 f2.8 L II does NOT have! And if it did, just how much would Canon think they could charge you for it? That lens already costs as much as my first car!In conclusion, buy this lens if you are looking for sharp optics, fast focus, and a decent amount of aperture to boot. Check out my sample photo of my wife cutting the neighbor girl's hair... I took it from my desk, hand held at 1/60, 70mm f4, indoors with only ambient light, OS on, and at ISO 6400. Its not a great composition, but you can see the excellent color rendition and clarity of this glass.Very happy.5Liked it a LOT, but I didn't LOVE it.This might be the first Sigma lens that I don't absolutely love. Don't get me wrong; it's a VERY good lens, and for some people who simply have to have new & shiny, it'll be just fine. I have to compare this to the older-but-still-available Sigma 17-50 EX 2.8, because everyone does and its inevitable. As far as focus accuracy/speed, OS, handling, weight and value go, it's a dead heat between the two. This lens gets an edge over its older sibling in being update-able via the Sigma USB Dock and having almost 50% more reach... but that's it. By 25-30mm, the lens jumps from f/2.8 to f/4, and that party's over. The 17-50 is, of course, f/2.8 all the way out to 50mm, so you never lose that low light speed. More importantly, though, as is the case with several Sigma EX Series Lenses (most notably the 120-400mm APO DG HSM OS), the optics in the 17-50mm are simply superior and the images it produces are richer and just "pop" more, and I love, love, LOVE it. I think having a lens in this range is essential for any photographer and the 17-50mm is just the better choice of the two. Pass on the 17-70mm C, get the 17-50mm EX.4
Sigma 17-70mm f/2.8-4 DC Macro OS (Optical Stabilizer) HSM Lens for Canon EOS Cameras

Sigma 17-70mm f/2.8-4 DC Macro OS (Optical Stabilizer) HSM Lens for Canon EOS Cameras

4.4
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Regular price
SG$ 944.00
Sale price
SG$ 944.00
Regular price
SG$ 1,572.00
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