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|Model||18-250 mm f/3.5-6.3 DC MACRO OS HSM|
|Lens style||Universal zoom|
|Focal length||18 - 250 mm|
|Maximum aperture||f/3.5 - 6.3|
|Angle of view||76.5 - 6.5 o|
|Closest focusing distance||0.35 m|
|Number of diaphragm blades||7|
|Auto focus type||HSM|
|Lens Construction||16 elements / 13 groups|
|Filter diameter||62 mm|
|Available mounts||Canon EF
Sony A / Minolta
|Dimensions||73.5 x 88.6 mm|
|Additional information||For Sigma mount
1 SLD glass element
3 aspherical lenses including double-sided aspherical lens
Average rating (1 owners reviews).
|Value for money||5.00|
|Value for money|
Owner since: 1 month
User profile: Amateur
Cons: Fairly slow at long end (6.3) and at 250 mm you want to go f8 or 11 for best results. OSM not as good as nikon optical stabilization (I find 2 -3 improvment vs 3-4 for my Nikons)
Pros: great value for money. very compact lens for super zoom. quick focus very good image quality 18-180 and if you use F11 at 250 very good there as well. good build quality, solid feel.
Summary: As with all superzooms there are compromises but if aware of them you can shoot excelent images with great versitility in a very compat lens (about as small as my 18-55 Nikon kit lens and outperforms it in the 18-55 range). I tool over 1000 pictures on my recent vacation to Hawaii with this and was very happy with it. I can certiantly recomend it.