Written on: 22/05/2010 by nikonian (11 reviews written)
The sigma 28-105 F2.8-F4.0 is a good lense (mine is for the ninkon (d)slr system. It comes with a hood (flowershaped) and has a metal lens mount .
this is the better and more expensive brother of the 28-105 f3.8-5.6 UCIII
Both lenses are small , though the ucIII is smaler and lighter than the f2.8-f4.0 lens.
What i like is the f2.8 on 28mm (with my nikon dslr's it gives me a lense that acts like a 42mm - 157.5 mm in filmformat
what i also like is the resopnsive ness of the lens , it has... (read more)
Written on: 12/11/2008
I've owned this lens for 10 years now, used on many different Nikon bodies, and its never let them down, awesome little workhorse of a lens! (read more)
Written on: 26/03/2008
I have owned a Sigma 28-105 f2.8-4.0 for nearly 10 years, initially with my F60, and then moved it on to the newer D50 a few years ago.
Great little workhorse, the range 28-105 is great so that you dont have to be swapping lenses every five minutes (unlike ithe useless 18-55 that Nikon supplied with the D50).
It complemented very nicely my 70-300.
Unfortunately the lenses has accumulated dust inside it for the past 10 years of work, and was prone to getting dust inside the workings,... (read more)
Written on: 17/03/2008 by orionz3
The Sigma 28-105 lense is a sure bang for the buck! :)
you get what you have paid for, it is lightweight, sharp copy, fast autofocus, and quiet on my d300 :) (read more)
Written on: 09/01/2004 by TonyStIves (4 reviews written)
I have had this Sigma 28-105 f 2.8-4 lens and have been using it on my Fuji S2Pro for about 4 months now. It is a very good lens for me. I have had no problems with lens creep or other complaints I hear about. For a cheaper (about half the price of a Nikkor) it gives me great, contrast and sharp images from wide to telephoto. The zoom ring and controls are nicely placed and easy to use. The tulip "Perfect Hood" fits great and is a welcome, "Professional" touch, at no additional charge. I... (read more)
Written on: 02/03/2003 by Guru.
I bought my Sigma 28-105 f2.8-4 after purchasing my Nikon F60 with a standard Nikkor 28-70 D. The Nikkor was built so pooly, I had to upgrade. The Sigma is a nice lens to use, but, when manual focussing, it is quite easy to grip the focus ring tightly, causing the ring stick (I'm a bit heavy handed). If the ring was more rigid, I wouldn't be able to squash it. Otherwise, the lens performs well. My photos look as sharp as with any other lens. (read more)
Written on: 29/03/2002 by joe c.
My Sigma 28-105 f2.8-4 35mm SLR lens has already required repair because the focus belt wore out after only moderate use. Sigma also has a problem with shapness consistancy. Some of these are sharp, some are very soft. Stick with your camera mfg 28-105. (read more)
Written on: 05/01/2001 by Bill.
Objective data is available at www.photodo.com on this lens as well as many others. (read more)
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