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About this product
- Product InformationFor photographers looking for a single lens to cater to their varied requirements, the Sigma DC OS HSM zoom lens is an ideal choice. This Sigma camera lens for Canon can be used for wide-angle as well as telephoto shots, as it has a focal length of 18 mm - 250 mm. With a construction of 18 elements in 14 groups, this 18 mm–250 mm f/3.5-6.3 lens corrects aberrations while capturing photos. The optical stabilizer function in this Sigma camera lens for Canon combats camera shake when shooting moving objects. What’s more, the minimum focusing distance of 45 cm of this 18 mm–250 mm f/3.5-6.3 facilitates excellent close-up shots. Plus, the petal-shaped lens hood on the Sigma DC OS HSM reduces glares and reflections. Moreover, this Sigma camera lens for Canon accepts 72 mm filters, helping you to add a variety of effects to the photographs.
- Lens BrandSigma
- Model18-250mm f/3.5-6.3 DC OS HSM for Canon
- Lens TypeMicro,Standard,Telephoto,Wide Angle,Zoom
- Compatible Camera TypeSLR
- Compatible Camera BrandKonica Minolta, Pentax, Canon, Nikon, Sony
- Focus TypeAuto & Manual,Manual
- Camera TechnologyDigital
- Max Aperturef/3.5-6.3
- Lens Construction18 Elements in 14 Groups
- Min Aperturef/22
- View Angle5.7 - 69.3 Degrees
- Filter Size72 mm
- Minimum Focusing Distance45 cm
- Number of Diaphragm Blades7 Blades
- Diameter7.9 cm
- Length10.1 cm
- Weight630 g
- Additional FeaturesImage Stabilization
Most relevant reviews
- parsamsimJul 05, 2013by
Superior quality in comparison to Canon & Tamron
Having checked out the Canon, the Tamron and the Sigma I have found the Sigma feels superior to the other two. The only thing I'm not sure about is the OS lens inside as it seems to move from vertical to horizontal shots slightly. But great aftersales service and talking to a tech expert on this lens has helped greatly. Superior quality compared to the other lenses in clarity and construction.
- entlzarFeb 03, 2012by
Disappointing, autofocus is very noisy and clunky-doesn't work on all canon
Lens does not fit all Canon DSLR models - only works on models with standard sensor. Auto focus motor is very noisy, and "clunky" I had to purchase a replacement for this to work on my 1D and bought a Tamaron 18-200 which worked much better, was quieter and less clunky. I also bought a Canon 28-135 which was a much better option overall, it virtually silent and much smoother than both of the others. Although the sigm does take a nice photo on a 1000D, the vignetting on the 1D is just too disappointing. It may be considerably cheaper than a genuine Canon lens but overall a disappointing alliterative. I'll save up for Canon in future.
- fishyturdJul 04, 2013by
Sigma lenses , still great value and supior quality
Sigma 18/250mm lens, let Me first say I have all ways been a lover of Sigma lenses, and I will say this one is no different. A simple easy lens to use with a grate end result in the finale picture.
- 73vq240zApr 08, 2012by
Brilliant a must have for any amateur photographer
I got this because I was sick of changing lens all the time. The macro on this lens is incredible at full 250mm it can focus on things so close. The F/6.3 at 250mm makes it a little bit slow but its a trade off. The convenience of this all in one lens out weighs slight slowness at long focal lengths. I used this to replace the Cannon kit lenses 18-55 & 75-300 and its much better then those. Great value for money lens.
- rhogesMay 04, 2013by
I chose this lens to replace the Canon 18-55 % 55-250 lenses. I absolutely love this lens. I HIGHLY recommend it. If I had of done more research before I purchased my DSLR I would have saved my money and bought a better camera body and the lens separately. The only downside is it is quite weighty, but saves you carrying a multitude of lenses.