Sigma high quality 100-400mm f/5-6.3 DG OS HSM Contemporary Lens outlet sale for Canon EF sale

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Maximum Focal Length
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From the manufacturer

A compact body and top performance in one complete package

The ultra-telephoto zoom that goes beyond the ordinary

In designing this lens, SIGMA strived to push both compactness and image quality to the limit. Four SLD glass lens elements and an optimized power distribution help minimize optical aberrations. Moreover, by taking special care to minimize transverse chromatic aberration, which cannot be corrected via aperture control, SIGMA has ensured outstanding image quality throughout the zoom range.

Top performance with the specification and functionality of a more expensive unit

Since its release, the SIGMA 150-600mm F5-6.3 DG OS HSM | Contemporary has won photographers over with its strong fundamental performance and exceptional image quality. The new lens retains all of this performance in a compact 400mm ultra-telephoto zoom package with a filter size of just ⌀67mm and weight of just 1,160g. Yet it also comes with the full range of features and functions expected of an ultra-telephoto zoom: optical stabilizer (OS), hypersonic motor (HSM) with updated algorithm for fast autofocus, focus limiter, and more. In addition, this uncompromising specification becomes customizable with the available SIGMA USB Dock accessory.

Features

Compact packaging with uncompromising image quality

In designing this lens, SIGMA strived to push both compactness and image quality to the limit. Four SLD glass lens elements and an optimized power distribution help minimize optical aberrations. Moreover, by taking special care to minimize transverse chromatic aberration, which cannot be corrected via aperture control, SIGMA has ensured outstanding image quality throughout the zoom range.

All-new optical stabilizer (OS) unit with exclusive algorithm

Featuring a newly developed gyroscopic sensor and a new and exclusive algorithm, the all-new OS unit provides a powerful stabilization effect. An acceleration sensor detects camera shake in any direction—horizontal, vertical, or diagonal. This technology allows the OS to stabilize the image very effectively, regardless of whether the camera is being held in horizontal or vertical orientation.

Smoother AF operation

The HSM (Hyper Sonic Motor) ensures high speed and quiet AF. The updated algorithm enables smoother AF operation.

Dust-proof and splash-proof mount.

The brass mount combines high precision with rugged construction. Its treated surfaces and enhanced strength contribute to the exceptional durability of the lens.

The lens mount incorporates rubber sealing* to protect the mount from dust and water drops.

* Except for the SIGMA mount

Smooth bokeh and minimised flare.

The 9-blade rounded diaphragm creates an attractive blur in the out-of-focus areas of the image.

From an early stage in the lens design process, flare and ghosting have been measured to establish an optical design resistant to strong incident light sources such as backlighting. SIGMA’s Super Multi-Layer Coating reduces flare and ghosting to help photographers produce sharp and high contrast images even in backlit conditions. The included lens hood can be attached to block out extraneous light, which can have a negative effect on rendering performance.

Push/pull zoom mechanism incorporated

For quick control of the angle of view, the zoom ring incorporates a push/pull mechanism in addition to the regular twist mechanism. The exclusive lens hood has also been designed to accommodate push/pull zooming and overall lens maneuverability. By making it possible to adjust the angle of view instantly, this lens gives photographers an even better chance of getting that crucial shot.

Supplied Accessories

LENS HOOD LH770-04*

FRONT CAP LCF Ⅲ 67mm

REAR CAP LCR Ⅱ

*The lens hood cuts harmful rays that can negatively affect photographs while also minimizing reflectivity within the hood itself. The hood also features a rubber construction and a non-slip groove to make it easy to hold in a variety of shooting situations.

SIGMA USB DOCK for SIGMA GLOBAL VISION lenses (optional)

By connecting a SIGMA Art, Contemporary, or Sports lens to a computer with the SIGMA USB DOCK, photographers can update the lens firmware and adjust focus position and other parameters. Exclusive SIGMA Optimization Pro software makes customization easy. It is possible to select the autofocus speed and adjust the focus limiter and Optical Stabilizer (OS) function.

Made in Japan

All Sigma products, lenses, cameras and flash units are manufactured exclusively by Sigma in Sigma’s own factory in Aizu, Japan. No Sigma Corporation product – lens, camera or flash – is manufactured outside of Japan. This is very unusual these days, as most companies have at least some of their products produced outside of Japan because of cost considerations.

There's a reason why SIGMA continues to insist on the very highest quality in its product manufacturing: our love of photography is second to none.

We deeply appreciate the photographer's desire to record and express—the passion of the photographer.

Description

The Sigma 100-400mm 5-6.3 DG HSM OS Contemporary is a state-of-the-art telephoto zoom that brings a new level of portability and quality to the super telephoto market. Touting Sigma’s Optical Stabilizer (OS), the Sigma 100-400mm 5-6.3 Contemporary is highly compact and lightweight compared to similar products on the market. A push/pull zooming function and a new Hyper Sonic Motor (HSM) allow for a more responsive approach to photography while a 1:3.8 macro feature can be utilized from up close or from a further distance. Like each and every Global Vision Lens, the Sigma 100-400mm Contemporary Art is handcrafted at our single factory in Aizu, Japan and undergoes individual evaluation before leaving Sigma’s facility.

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Features

  • Full Frame Lens with APS-C compatibility
  • Compact size meets strong image quality
  • Ideal Use: Travel photography, wildlife photography, nature photography and bird photography
  • 4 Year USA Warranty
  • Filter Size: 67mm

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Q: Will this work with the canon eos r with ef adapter and will it auto focus?

A: I know that it works with a Canon m50 (ef-m lens) using the ef to ef-m adapter.

Steven Domingue | 1 year ago

Q: Is the sigma 100-400mm f5-6.3 dg os hsm c for canon compatible with the mc-11 adapter?

A: It should be. The mc-11 is designed to work with all Canon-mount Sigma lenses. The adapter…

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Q: Le funciona a una sony alfa a7ii?

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Kevin Fechtelkotter
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Much success with this new Sigma
Reviewed in the United States on August 6, 2017
Style: Single
I purchased this lens as soon as it became available for sale and haven''t regretted it. I do have a couple of the Canon L series lenses (70-200mm f/4 IS, and a 300mm f/4 IS) but this Sigma lens is the one that stays on my Canon 50D that is my main camera. Most of the time I... See more
I purchased this lens as soon as it became available for sale and haven''t regretted it. I do have a couple of the Canon L series lenses (70-200mm f/4 IS, and a 300mm f/4 IS) but this Sigma lens is the one that stays on my Canon 50D that is my main camera. Most of the time I am shooting at 400mm but have used the rest of the range too. I do miss having a tripod collar but it hasn''t slowed my photography down as this lens has a manageable weight that I am comfortable with. I am in my 60s and weigh around the 140 pound mark, if that helps give you an idea of manageable weight for an older guy like myself. The Sigma dock for this lens was also a nice addition to my gear, especially with its ability to micro-focus adjust for 16 separate positions. All in all I am very impressed with this lens. I also have a Sigma 70mm macro lens that I think highly of. I will try to add some photos taken with this new Sigma 100-400mm lens. These photos were taken after a downpour of rain when a couple of Cedar Waxwings were enjoying drying off in the sunlight.
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mrs_goatman
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Love the photos I''m capturing with this lens!
Reviewed in the United States on September 12, 2017
Style: Single
I originally rented this lens and also the equivalent Canon (which costs $1300 more) to try them both out. I needed an in-between lens (I have a Tamrom 600mm I use for photographing bald eagles but is HEAVY) and this Sigma fits the bill. It''s lightweight considering the... See more
I originally rented this lens and also the equivalent Canon (which costs $1300 more) to try them both out. I needed an in-between lens (I have a Tamrom 600mm I use for photographing bald eagles but is HEAVY) and this Sigma fits the bill. It''s lightweight considering the zoom it packs and I''ve been pleased with the photos I''m capturing right out of the camera (with hummingbirds being my favorite subject!) I just couldn''t justify the price difference with the similar Canon lens. I''m an intermediate amateur backyard photographer (if there is such a thing!)
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Gatorowl
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Almost the Right Compromise Between, Size, Performance, and Price
Reviewed in the United States on May 29, 2017
Style: for Nikon
Executive Summary Pros: -- Amazingly compact and light compared to other long zooms -- Decent IQ (perhaps even excellent if I can master the image stabilization (OS)) -- Solidly built with very smooth zoom and manual focus -- Excellent price for... See more
Executive Summary
Pros:
-- Amazingly compact and light compared to other long zooms
-- Decent IQ (perhaps even excellent if I can master the image stabilization (OS))
-- Solidly built with very smooth zoom and manual focus
-- Excellent price for such a long zoom
--Decent AF speed. very fast AF speed when range limited

Cons:
-- Requires a $60 dock to work optimally (particularly the image/optical stabilization)
-- Slightly less magnification at 400mm than my other zooms (probably more like 385-390mm than 400mm)
-- EXIF does not register 300mm (it reports either 290mm or 310mm)
-- very short "throw" from 300mm to 400mm (does not allow fine adjustments in this range)
-- Slow lens: max aperture decreases quickly. It''s f/5.3 at 125mm, f/5.6 at 155mm, f/6 at 220, & f/6.3 at 350.

I really want to love this Sigma and will likely keep it, but it will be a close call. When I unpacked, handled and mounted it to my D7200, I was blown away by its compactness. It is no longer (but noticeably fatter) nor significantly heavier than a 70-200 f/4 G lens. I wondered whether it was the answer to my digital photography prayers. You see, I had come (okay, I continue to transition) from the Canon world where I fell in love with, first, the 70-300 IS L lens, and then the 100-400 IS L II lens. Nikon doesn''t make an L-quality 70-300 lens, and its 80-400 G is bigger than the Canon (not to mention more expensive) and not as sharp at 400mm. I thought that maybe the Sigma would finally allow me to get rid of my remaining Canon equipment. I have an amazing Nikon 200-500mm lens that wows me every time I use it, but it is simply too big to take with me when I travel. So, perhaps the Sigma would be the holy grail or the "Godilocks" lens?

Well, not so far, and I may end up keeping the Canon 100-400mm (I''m definitely keeping the Nikon 200-500mm). The Sigma''s OS is a bit worst than what I''m use to from modern lenses. The previous review--with which I agree-- focuses on this concern, so I won''t spend a lot of text dwelling on it. I only tested the OS at 400mm (most of these lenses are very good on the short end; so I focus on the long end, which receives the most use), and I found the OS slightly underwhelming. I think the light weight may exacerbate the problem. With the Canon 100-400 and Nikon 200-500, the additional bulk and length makes for a more stable handheld platform. There''s no free lunch. I questioned the lens''s sharpness. It wasn''t until I cranked the shutter speed over 1/500 secs (and faster) that I was able to assure myself that the lens is indeed sharp (it is very sharp). To be fair, I conducted my tests at 70-80 meters, which is demanding for any OS system, and I did pixel-peep. I was able to detect some stabilization, but I really needed to keep the shutter speed over 1/400 for sufficient sharpness. Perhaps it will be better when adjusted with the dock.

Most everything else about this lens is excellent. I almost wish it had a little more heft to it, but...never mind. Color is very good and accurate. I tested with DX cameras (D7200 & D500), so vignetting and distortion were not issues. Edge-to-Edge sharpness is among the best I''ve seen. AF is good. It''s accurate and fairly speedy. If you need more speed, then limit the AF range. You can keep the focus range short or long: either 0-6meters or 6meters-infinity. If you do this, focusing seems almost instantaneous. The zoom indicator has marks for 100mm, 135mm, 200mm, 300mm, and 400mm. While the first four marks are relatively spread out, the 300 and 400mm marks are virtually on top of each other. This Canon is a little better in this respect, and the Nikon has these marks quite far apart. I list this characteristic as a negative, but some prefer the short distance in that it makes it easier to quickly change your focal length. The Nikon gets criticized for requiring several turns to change the focal length. Again, there are always tradeoffs.

In sum, this lens comes close, but not as close as I would like. It is close in performance to the more expensive lenses, and the compact size is a huge plus. The price is right--and if you are price sensitive (competing lenses are more than twice as expensive) then the Sigma is your only option, and it is capable of producing excellent results. But if you rely on OS a lot, or size doesn''t matter, then there are better choices. However, if you normally keep the shutter speed high and shoot mostly action, then I recommend the Sigma highly as the compact (pocket rocket) that it is. In so many respects it is a breakthrough. I just have to decide when (not whether) I will acquire the Sigma dock.
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Audrey Rossi
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Birding Lens Gold.
Reviewed in the United States on October 28, 2018
Style: Single
I''m a birder and I''ve had exceptional results with this lens. It''s a big lens, and even though I had read the specs my mind wasn''t fully prepared for just how big... compare to Canon 75-300mm, and that''s without the lens hood. Nonetheless it''s light enough to carry afield... See more
I''m a birder and I''ve had exceptional results with this lens. It''s a big lens, and even though I had read the specs my mind wasn''t fully prepared for just how big... compare to Canon 75-300mm, and that''s without the lens hood. Nonetheless it''s light enough to carry afield and shoot without a tripod. I have it mounted on an EOS Rebel T6, and while I was initially shooting a bit dark I''ve managed to fine tune things to get outstanding shots, even in imperfect light. A camera with a greater range of ISO speeds shouldn''t have any problem. The optical balance on this is immaculate and keeps the clean shots coming under any conditions. Example photo 1, The snowy egret was imaged at what I estimate to be 30 yards, in late-day light coming between clouds. Example 2 with the scissors involved a dim indoor setting at a painfully slow 1/8 of a second, and it''s CRISP. Focuses blisteringly fast in short range (1.6-6m) mode and pretty dang fast in long range (6-infinity). Can be sluggish if you''re putting it on full range, especially if you''re shooting around cover. Why are you in full mode when shooting from cover? Oh, right, because you have the option of full time manual override. The zoom can be push-pull operated for versatile and adaptable telephoto shooting. If that''s your focus (ha) this is a fantastic lens to have. It''s also five hundred bucks cheaper than Canon''s own 400mm telephoto. You want to get incredible shots of BIRD ACTION while knee deep in swamp water, right?
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Carlos Rey
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Love this lens!!!
Reviewed in the United States on February 12, 2021
Style: Single
This is one SHARP glass!!! I really love this lens. It''s only about a third the price of the Canon 100-400 MkII, while only being 1/3 stop of light slower. But is much sharper, and lighter than the canon. I often use this with the Canon 2x Mkiii teleconverter... See more
This is one SHARP glass!!!

I really love this lens. It''s only about a third the price of the Canon 100-400 MkII, while only being 1/3 stop of light slower. But is much sharper, and lighter than the canon. I often use this with the Canon 2x Mkiii teleconverter without any issues whatsoever. I like the programmability of it through the Sigma dock to make it more in line with your shooting style.

On the downside, only 2 things...in less than optimal light it can be rather slow to focus...I just switch it to manual and using focus peaking, get my focus that way. The other is the lack of an official tripod collar. I got one from ishoot what works great. https://smile.amazon.com/iShoot-Support-100-400mm-Contemporary-ARCA-Swiss/dp/B085M8QVGL/ref=sr_1_1_sspa?dchild=1&keywords=ishoot+sigma+100-400+collar&qid=1613159952&sr=8-1-spons&psc=1&smid=A1J7OB0CIMVRFW&spLa=ZW5jcnlwdGVkUXVhbGlmaWVyPUEyTTZIUkQyN045UDE4JmVuY3J5cHRlZElkPUEwNjAxNDg5WUhBSUdYSE5VSVk2JmVuY3J5cHRlZEFkSWQ9QTEwMjM2NjYxQVE0M0NOMktXSVNWJndpZGdldE5hbWU9c3BfYXRmJmFjdGlvbj1jbGlja1JlZGlyZWN0JmRvTm90TG9nQ2xpY2s9dHJ1ZQ==

I simply lined the inside of the collar with gaffer''s tape to prevent any scratches.

Overall...this is a must own lens if you need anything longer than 200mm. For the price and quality, you''d be hard pressed to find anything better.

Go on now...get it! :)
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RD
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Sharp and about the right weight for hikers!
Reviewed in the United States on May 22, 2017
Style: for Nikon
Later edit: I also bought the Sigma 150-600 Contemporary because it is not much more expensive than the 100-400mm and the extra reach seems to be always useful. The weight difference between the two lenses did not seem like a lot initially, but then I went on a... See more
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I also bought the Sigma 150-600 Contemporary because it is not much more expensive than the 100-400mm and the extra reach seems to be always useful. The weight difference between the two lenses did not seem like a lot initially, but then I went on a full day trip to Point Pelee National Park for birding, and boy did my hands start hurting after an 1-2 hours of operating the 150-600m. In the end, I had to switch to the 100-400 because my arms fatigued after a while, and I just couldn''t handle the 150-600 well without a tripod. I will return the 150-600, and will keep the 100-400 lens.

I also tried the 1.4x TC 1401 with the 100-400, and in a bright enough environment, autofocus works well on my D500 at f/9 without any real drop in image quality (to my eyes).

After customizing the OS and AF of this lens with the USB dock, things seem to be working a lot better. I changed the OS mode to "moderate" which resulted in noticeably more stable viewfinder images over the "standard" mode that the lens comes programmed in. The "dynamic" mode gives the most stable viewfinder, but is jumpy when you move the lens around (this can also be seen on Sigma''s videos on lens customizations). The performance with changes is exactly as described in the Sigma videos. I am consequently updating the review to 5 stars. I changed the autofocus mode so that is focuses faster. I still think the Nikkor focus is marginally better in low contrast situations, but this does not bother me as much. To my eyes this lens is sharper on my D500 than the Nikkor 70-300 IF-ED. Also the minimum focus distance seems smaller than 1.6m if you adjust it manually, which is a plus!

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This is a short initial review for a potential buyer. This lens is sharp (for my purposes) at all focal lengths, especially at 400mm. I recommend purchasing this lens with the Sigma USB dock. While the in body Optical Stabilization (OS) on this lens is great, the viewfinder with stabilization turned on is surprisingly jumpy compared to the Nikkor 70-300 f/4.5-5.6 IF ED. I can often not tell the difference (in the viewfinder) between OS on and OS off. It seems that this can be rectified by choosing a different OS mode ("dynamic" or "moderate") with the USB dock. However, to get more viewfinder stabilization, one might have to sacrifice a little bit of in body image stabilization according to a Sigma rep I spoke with over the phone. Note I purchased this lens WITHOUT the Sigma dock, and am thinking of purchasing the latter soon. With the initial shock of jumpy viewfinder stabilization having passed, I am now slowly getting used to the OS on this lens. Despite the jumpiness in viewfinder, my actual images come out quite sharp, even at 1/20-1/10s.

The rep also said that the lens is safe to put on a tripod even although there is no tripod collar. I am deciding between the Nikkor 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6 and this Sigma, and I will probably keep the latter because the extra reach seems quite useful to me. This lens also feels quite a bit heavier than the Nikkor 70-300mm, but the weight makes handling the lens easier than the Nikkor. The lens is also beautifully designed, and I am really appreciating the push-pull mechanism to adjust the focal length. It gives me less arm fatigue than having to turn the focal length ring.

Sigma 100-400 is quiet compared to the Nikkor 70-300, especially while autofocusing and when VR turns on, which may be a bonus when photographing wildlife. However, it does seem that the Nikkor focuses a little bit faster than this Sigma at times. Again, I was told that the AF can also be adjusted with the dock, so perhaps even the AF acquisition can be improved with the dock.

For what it''s worth, I am attaching some sample images taken with this lens on a Nikon D500. They were all taken at 400mm, in a not particularly bright environment from my balcony. The shot of the moon is handheld. I don''t know if it uploads as a sharp image on Amazon, but it was surprisingly sharp for me!
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Shughey
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
A good performing wide range telephoto that does not break the bank...
Reviewed in the United States on June 26, 2020
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First and foremost this is not a 3,000.00 dollar lens. I do not expect it to have the same exact performance as a high priced Nikkor lens etc. I fully understood the aperture limitations on the wide end. If I had wanted or needed a 2.8 wide range telephoto lens I would have... See more
First and foremost this is not a 3,000.00 dollar lens. I do not expect it to have the same exact performance as a high priced Nikkor lens etc. I fully understood the aperture limitations on the wide end. If I had wanted or needed a 2.8 wide range telephoto lens I would have hocked a kidney...sold some blood and one of my children for one. However I did not and so I accept what a lens at this price can and should do.
Many people have reviewed this lens so to, yet again, give my two cents worth mostly would be much repetition. I will just hit some points.
This lens has the potential to be nice and sharp. Seems many copies including mine have a slight front/rear focus error. I easily fixed this in the D750 AF adjustment...took -3 to nail the 400mm length nice and sharp. Long term fix and to insure spot on at various lengths and apertures I got the USB dock for the lens. It is not expensive and I got mine used...get one. The max potential seems to be with the dock if you need to fine tune the AF to the anal retentive level.
The auto focus works fine on my D750. Works as expected...almost never hunts or missed focus and when it does it has mostly been do to the scene or using the incorrect AF metering for the shot. But this was rare.
Again its not a 3 grand lens.
The OS works fine...seems to add a few stops but then again at 400mm handheld there is limitations to any OS if you want tack sharp especially cropped. Put it on a tripod....simple.
The lens is dark yes...but that is obvious...it is clearly stated the max aperture at 400m. If this won''t work drop a kidney and a liver on the black market and get a 2.8 lens. Personally I value my kidney and liver and can''t afford that so I learn to shoot with it. It does fairly well in moderate light....crank up ISO a bit and a tripod I have no issues. Handheld at f11 or smaller in anything other than sunlight well who''s not performing? The lens or the person behind the camera..?
The ability to set the C1 and C2 settings via the dock is nice. Helps in different situations to have a quick ability to change OS or AF priority etc.
Overall its a fine lens at the price....not perfect but again at this price I do not have any complaints. if I had spent several grand and up then I could talk about a few but I spent under $800 so...keep it in perspective.
Last there are always bad or defective copies....happens to all manufacturers even your favorite manufacturer...I have had bad copies of cameras etc from several top brands...it happens.
Sometimes it may just not be your cup of tea....if so...drink coffee and be happy.
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PK
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
What a fine lens.
Reviewed in the United States on July 24, 2017
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I am not a professional photographer nor a profession reviewer. So knowing good from bad is very subjective to me. I wanted a lens that would go out and reach some wildlife when I visit the swamps in my area. I looked at a Canon lens 100-400 and the price was more than... See more
I am not a professional photographer nor a profession reviewer. So knowing good from bad is very subjective to me. I wanted a lens that would go out and reach some wildlife when I visit the swamps in my area. I looked at a Canon lens 100-400 and the price was more than twice as much. I just don''t think that twice the price makes me a better photographer. So I purchased this lens. I am over the moon happy with the quality of the build and the weight. While weighing 2.5 pounds it is less than half the weight of any other lens in it''s category.I hooked this lens up to my Canon 80D and went out and took some pictures. I found that any picture was wrong was operator error or the autofocus on the 80D was "choosing" the wrong object to focus. IE why the autofocus thought a blade of grass was better than the racoon I was taking a picture of is beyond my understanding. I did find that if I go into settings and use the narrow focus instead of much hyped 45 points of focus worked better. Sigma 100-400mm f/5-6.3 DG OS HSM Contemporary Lens for Canon EF
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Mark LH
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Sharp as a tack
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 4, 2020
Treated my self to the Siggy 100-400 today after reading many reviews on it and watching the Tube, Was not sure what to expect seeing as i own a 500L F4 which is superb. After a very quick test on both my 7d2 and 6d i am shocked to put it mildly, I am not new to photography...See more
Treated my self to the Siggy 100-400 today after reading many reviews on it and watching the Tube, Was not sure what to expect seeing as i own a 500L F4 which is superb. After a very quick test on both my 7d2 and 6d i am shocked to put it mildly, I am not new to photography but the sharpness and contrast has blown me away,.
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paul brownie
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Good quality long zoom at a very competitive price.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 13, 2018
I bought this to replace a Canon 70-300L and 400 f5.6L. Ideal for bird and aircraft photography on an APS-C body but also small and light enough to replace a 70-300 in your general camera bag. Optically it would seem to be virtually indistinguishable from the L lenses it...See more
I bought this to replace a Canon 70-300L and 400 f5.6L. Ideal for bird and aircraft photography on an APS-C body but also small and light enough to replace a 70-300 in your general camera bag. Optically it would seem to be virtually indistinguishable from the L lenses it replaced, though I don''t think it would take the physical abuse that the professional lenses would. Having said that the lens feels very well made, certainly not fragile and feels good in the hand, much better than Canon''s consumer grade lenses which tend to feel, frankly, like something from Airfix!
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jILL
2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Is this Sigma lens 100% compatible with the Nikon D7500?
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 18, 2019
I wanted this lens for wildlife photography. I checked that it would work with my Nikon D7500 in the model number on the Amazon website. It says it is compatible. This Nikon D7500 is my first digital blutooth camera so I am no expert in these digital cameras, but I''ve had a...See more
I wanted this lens for wildlife photography. I checked that it would work with my Nikon D7500 in the model number on the Amazon website. It says it is compatible. This Nikon D7500 is my first digital blutooth camera so I am no expert in these digital cameras, but I''ve had a Nikon D90 for over 10 years & a Nikkor telephoto lens with which I have achieved some beautifully crisp images. I was unable to get this Sigma lens to focus sharply on either Autofocus nor on Manual. Autofocus was hopeless. It achieved a sharper / less blurred edged image on the Manual setting, but still not crisp enough. I used my camera & the lens on my tripod to check it wasn''t me shaking the camera and I did have the IS switched on. However, the image sharpness did not improve sufficiently. I know light levels in February are not great, but I also had difficulty with the lens with light levels in woodland even when set on the high ISOs. As I was unable to achieve high quality sharp clear images of squirrels & birds that I want to achieve with my D7500, I returned the Sigma lens. The question that occurred to me was, was it me or the Sigma lens that was causing the issues? As I haven''t had these issues with my Nikon D90 & telephoto lens in the last 10 years, I came to the conclusion that the problem must be that this Sigma lens is not 100% compatible with my Nikon D7500. I was so disappointed. I hope this review can prevent disappointment for others with a Nikon D7500 camera.
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Ian Hatcher
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
It is a great lens and is light don''t worry about the lack ...
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 8, 2018
It is a great lens and is light don''t worry about the lack of a Tripod Collar it wont break the camera mount it just does not need one and fits into most lens cases it has already improved my keeper rate for BIF shots locking on very quickly, a modern nice piece of kit that...See more
It is a great lens and is light don''t worry about the lack of a Tripod Collar it wont break the camera mount it just does not need one and fits into most lens cases it has already improved my keeper rate for BIF shots locking on very quickly, a modern nice piece of kit that is light enough to take on a long holiday trip here are a few shots from it. The last 4 are straight out of my D2X @ ISO 500 and 1/1600 sec.
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Mark S.
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Great lens just a shame it has no tripod mount
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 20, 2019
Using this lens on a Canon EOS77D body so getting aprx 640mm reach which is decent for wildlife shots, such as birds in the garden. Very pleased with the quality of the photographs it is producing. I find so long as I can get shutter speeds of 1/500s or faster with OS on...See more
Using this lens on a Canon EOS77D body so getting aprx 640mm reach which is decent for wildlife shots, such as birds in the garden. Very pleased with the quality of the photographs it is producing. I find so long as I can get shutter speeds of 1/500s or faster with OS on position 1 and ISO of 800 or less, I can produce some crisp shots. The lens is not heavy for it''s size, but even so I do miss not having a tripod mount which is the only negative point I would raise. I''d be worried using the tripod mount on the camera with this lens. [BTW I have tried this lens with a Sigma TC-2001 2x teleconverter and my results were not great. I think it''s a step too far unless you have super-bright conditions].
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A compact body and top performance in one complete package

The ultra-telephoto zoom that goes beyond the ordinary

In designing this lens, SIGMA strived to push both compactness and image quality to the limit. Four SLD glass lens elements and an optimized power distribution help minimize optical aberrations. Moreover, by taking special care to minimize transverse chromatic aberration, which cannot be corrected via aperture control, SIGMA has ensured outstanding image quality throughout the zoom range.

Top performance with the specification and functionality of a more expensive unit

Since its release, the SIGMA 150-600mm F5-6.3 DG OS HSM | Contemporary has won photographers over with its strong fundamental performance and exceptional image quality. The new lens retains all of this performance in a compact 400mm ultra-telephoto zoom package with a filter size of just ⌀67mm and weight of just 1,160g. Yet it also comes with the full range of features and functions expected of an ultra-telephoto zoom: optical stabilizer (OS), hypersonic motor (HSM) with updated algorithm for fast autofocus, focus limiter, and more. In addition, this uncompromising specification becomes customizable with the available SIGMA USB Dock accessory.

Features

Compact packaging with uncompromising image quality

In designing this lens, SIGMA strived to push both compactness and image quality to the limit. Four SLD glass lens elements and an optimized power distribution help minimize optical aberrations. Moreover, by taking special care to minimize transverse chromatic aberration, which cannot be corrected via aperture control, SIGMA has ensured outstanding image quality throughout the zoom range.

All-new optical stabilizer (OS) unit with exclusive algorithm

Featuring a newly developed gyroscopic sensor and a new and exclusive algorithm, the all-new OS unit provides a powerful stabilization effect. An acceleration sensor detects camera shake in any direction—horizontal, vertical, or diagonal. This technology allows the OS to stabilize the image very effectively, regardless of whether the camera is being held in horizontal or vertical orientation.

Smoother AF operation

The HSM (Hyper Sonic Motor) ensures high speed and quiet AF. The updated algorithm enables smoother AF operation.

Dust-proof and splash-proof mount.

The brass mount combines high precision with rugged construction. Its treated surfaces and enhanced strength contribute to the exceptional durability of the lens.

The lens mount incorporates rubber sealing* to protect the mount from dust and water drops.

* Except for the SIGMA mount

Smooth bokeh and minimised flare.

The 9-blade rounded diaphragm creates an attractive blur in the out-of-focus areas of the image.

From an early stage in the lens design process, flare and ghosting have been measured to establish an optical design resistant to strong incident light sources such as backlighting. SIGMA’s Super Multi-Layer Coating reduces flare and ghosting to help photographers produce sharp and high contrast images even in backlit conditions. The included lens hood can be attached to block out extraneous light, which can have a negative effect on rendering performance.

Push/pull zoom mechanism incorporated

For quick control of the angle of view, the zoom ring incorporates a push/pull mechanism in addition to the regular twist mechanism. The exclusive lens hood has also been designed to accommodate push/pull zooming and overall lens maneuverability. By making it possible to adjust the angle of view instantly, this lens gives photographers an even better chance of getting that crucial shot.

Supplied Accessories

LENS HOOD LH770-04*

FRONT CAP LCF Ⅲ 67mm

REAR CAP LCR Ⅱ

*The lens hood cuts harmful rays that can negatively affect photographs while also minimizing reflectivity within the hood itself. The hood also features a rubber construction and a non-slip groove to make it easy to hold in a variety of shooting situations.

SIGMA USB DOCK for SIGMA GLOBAL VISION lenses (optional)

By connecting a SIGMA Art, Contemporary, or Sports lens to a computer with the SIGMA USB DOCK, photographers can update the lens firmware and adjust focus position and other parameters. Exclusive SIGMA Optimization Pro software makes customization easy. It is possible to select the autofocus speed and adjust the focus limiter and Optical Stabilizer (OS) function.

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All Sigma products, lenses, cameras and flash units are manufactured exclusively by Sigma in Sigma’s own factory in Aizu, Japan. No Sigma Corporation product – lens, camera or flash – is manufactured outside of Japan. This is very unusual these days, as most companies have at least some of their products produced outside of Japan because of cost considerations.

There's a reason why SIGMA continues to insist on the very highest quality in its product manufacturing: our love of photography is second to none.

We deeply appreciate the photographer's desire to record and express—the passion of the photographer.

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The Sigma 100-400mm 5-6.3 DG HSM OS Contemporary is a state-of-the-art telephoto zoom that brings a new level of portability and quality to the super telephoto market. Touting Sigma’s Optical Stabilizer (OS), the Sigma 100-400mm 5-6.3 Contemporary is highly compact and lightweight compared to similar products on the market. A push/pull zooming function and a new Hyper Sonic Motor (HSM) allow for a more responsive approach to photography while a 1:3.8 macro feature can be utilized from up close or from a further distance. Like each and every Global Vision Lens, the Sigma 100-400mm Contemporary Art is handcrafted at our single factory in Aizu, Japan and undergoes individual evaluation before leaving Sigma’s facility.

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  • Full Frame Lens with APS-C compatibility
  • Compact size meets strong image quality
  • Ideal Use: Travel photography, wildlife photography, nature photography and bird photography
  • 4 Year USA Warranty
  • Filter Size: 67mm

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