Es una bestia parda , recomendable 100% para esas fotografías que puedes sacar de otra manera
I'm between this and the 14-24 from sigma...I don't mind the difference in aperture,do you think is the same optically lens?
:) Nice first review.
nice review... but i do expect better film making from one of the best camera shop in sydney in my opinion...
"Oh gosh what an amazing review"
Sick one my dudes!
I wonder how it works on Nikon z ?
Nice background music, nice voice and accent, great review!
I got a sigma for sony a 58 , its 12-24mmD 4,5-5,6 DG EX. Its very strange, I cant find it on the internet at all.
I'm starting in photography imgs.love/zSigma?Cすs for me the lens met my expectations, the 2.8 aperture can be used from 17 to 50. The images I have taken seem correct and I fit very well on my nikon D5600.
Very good reviews, thanks a lot for your work. I've been watching your videos many times to build my lenses comparison tablesheet ^^
is there too much distortion with this lens doing real estate photography?
Hi, Is this a good lens for Real Estate Photography? I watched your video. Do you only get a dark ring around the picture when you use the black ring that comes with it? as im looking for a wide angle for real estate. Im using a canon 5d mark 2 with a 17-40mm. but I would prefer a wider ens if possible im just wondering if the 12-24mm is sharp enough. I wouldn't like the 12-24mm if I could only use it at 16mm that would be no benefit. What im trying to ask you is. do you get the black ring around the photos at 12 -14mm say? Appreciate your feed back.
hi need help i purchase this today and its not working for my D800 nikon
Have this lens for 3 years and happy with
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Wow, super racist.
If i use it with the sigma mc-11 adapter, i'm able to use all af modes (like eye-af?
Hi - would this be too wide for shooting real estate please?
Wish you had affiliate links friend. Any reason why you don’t?
I want to eventually do interviews, in a dark room with the subject lit into focus, would the sigma 12-24 work well for a wide shot for this or would there be a better alternative, the sigma is selling on Ebay for less than £100.00 which is fine, I feel like I am buying a lens every month at the moment since recently getting into cameras, any saving is appreciated but I dont want to waste my money if it doesnt give a pro finish.
thank you !
Hi Christopher....Can you recommend a few options for a FFrame very wide, yet rectilinear lens's well suited for interior architecture? I often shoot for smaller spaces that are helped by my 12mm Rokinon Fisheye, but fixing all the distortions is a nightmare. I have the 24-70mm 2.8L I, Canon I use, yet need wider. SO I know the Tamron 11-18mm is available, the VOitlander Helia 12mm III, this Sigma, which looks distorted a bit on the wide side, and some 15mm Voit, as well as 14mm(Maybe that is only the Nikkor). Maybe Irix, Venus Loawa 12mm Zero D? I was trying to spend less than $600, hence the Voitlander, But not sure about the distortions. Pin cushion and such. In LightRoom, I apply the 14mm which helps partly, but not all.
Any suggestions besides the Canon or Tamron, as they are both pricey. Although they do give some zoom range vs fixed. Although I notice that I am mostly in the wider range and use the 12mm. Just need distrotion free as possible, at the budget level. Thanks and may the powers bless you ever more to make these videos and fill your vessel.
ohh i missed your videos great and very explicit
Wow not only is he a great reviewer (the most consistent and easy to view reviews on Youtube) but he is a man of the cloth... I think thats how its said. Keep up the great reviews. I keep coming back to yours again and again because you know exactly where to find stuff in your videos and when I need to check and back and forth with your other videos - the use of the focus and distortion cards makes it very simple to skip in and out of the videos with ease to find the relevant points. So clear and no fuss and less of the chitty chat... I love that format... nobody can touch it. Keep up the good work.
You always impress me with the details, thank you, and I think I don't need to change the lens, the Sigma 12-24 aperture 4, it is very good, but I need you to nominate a lens with a fixed focal length as I do not own one yet
seems to be a good option for real estate photoraphy. Thanks
is it worthy to upgrade from DSH HSM Sigma 12-24 II ?
I own this lens.
I Love this lens.
12-24mm is great for supercell landscapes
I have always to stop the video to see the samples. Maybe you could show less your face and more the images?………
I like that you don't say "you can't use filters" . Everybody says that and it is NOT true!
Thank you. Outstanding effort in reviewing. SO much details and helps tremendously when thinking about to buy. On that, I will be purchasing this lens now
Good for Astro or go with Sony FE 16-35 2.8 GM or sigma 14 1.8 art?
First thank you for your superb detailed review...I had the tamron 15-30 on my Nikon D810 but i sold it for the following reason...Sometimes wasnt wide enough on my job,im doing real estate and architecture,i never need the f2.8 so for me is not a trade...I'm planning to buy the sigma 12-24 art after your review,i thought as well the 14-24 from sigma but again i dont need the extra stops of light but i need the extra mm ... Thank you very much,you earn one more subscriber !
In my opinion canon 16-35 2.8 lll make more sense its not that heavy like sigma it has more cover up to 35mm sigma is only 2 mm wider so not that much difference. Both are very sharp but the price of canon is $800 more. If the price is not issue I would take canon
hi Dustin !have you tried the lens on the sony A7rii? any difference in border quality or issues? thanks
You Tube Is Very helpful
I'm using Nikon D850 now, I'm going to buy sigma 12-24 F4 or Tamron 15-30 F2.8 , but it's difficult to make decision.…May I ask for your opinions. Please.Thanks.
well put together videos. so i have a question. i have a nikon d750 with the 24-120mm lens with maximum aperture of 4 that came with it as a kit. i am learning that a good lens is rather important and so most of my pictures consist of landscape, storm chasing, and anything out doors. i also want good low light capabilities. when chasing a thunderstorm 24mm is not quite wide enough but not sure how wide is wide enough. i feel like the tamron 15-30mm that you mentioned in this video might be better off for me. would you say that would be a good choice. the main things i was is in general less chromatic aberration, a sharper image, wider angle, and better at low light. so far i see theres this sigma, the tamron and i see nikon makes a 12-24mm as well. any input on these comments would be greatly appreciated. thank you!
Funky D.....Snagged the Tamron 15--30 last year... I can't be tempted although it looks great and reviews well.
Decided to give this a view, thanks Dustin. I am very tempted by this lens, although I usually only look at native lenses, at half the price of the Canon 11 - 24mm it demands attention.
I love this guy!
F8 at any lens is always softer than f/4 in the center! regardless of brand/focal length.
The only point to use f/8 is When you want bigger DF or if you want the picture to be equal 'corner to corner' as much as possible.