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Why I use Sigma Macro Lens

In my profession as a photographer, I rely on the materials I have, the camera and lens. I am currently using Nikon D80 and the goal I have is Sigma 18-50mm f2.8 EX DC Macro HSM I'm very fond of.

I want to discuss this objective, in particular, and why I liked both this. Sigma 18-50 mm has a large aperture of f2.8 throughout the entire zoom range, with a minimum distance of 20 cm (7.9 ") and a maximum magnification of 1:3, making it ideal for close-up photography. It is specifically designed to suit the characteristics of a digital Slr Camera that offers high level of optical performance.

And because it is f2.8 this goal can take the picture fast meaning you can use for sports and any objects fast moving, it also removes the blur from photos. The design is to incorporate both glass-mold and hybrid aspherical lens technology by which offers superior peripheral brightness, extremely high image quality and compact and lightweight design. Special Low Dispersion (SLD) and Extraordinary low dispersion (ELD) glass elements are provided with excellent correction of color aberrations.

Another feature it offers is the coating Super multi-layer that reduces flare and ghosting which is a common problem with Digital Cameras. A high quality is assured throughout the entire range zoom. Also an inner focusing system eliminates front lens rotation making the lens particularly suitable for use petal Shaped Lens Hood (supplied) plus circular polarizing filters.

The Sigma macro lens is as useful as you can get, can help your professional aspirations as a photographer. There may be a comparison with other lenses of the camera, but with pride we can agree that the Sigma macro lens is one of the best lenses of the camera I ever used.

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John Christian Smith is a writer and a freelance photographer. John Christian Smith also writes for the http:// and http://

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