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Maximum Focal Length
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Image stabilization 4.6 4.9 4.5
Color Black Black Black/Silver Black
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Item Dimensions 10.24 x 4.13 x 4.13 inches 10.2 x 4.1 x 4.1 inches 7.6 x 3.7 x 3.7 inches 3.39 x 3.39 x 7.17 inches
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150-600mm F5-6.3 DG OS HSM | S

High action-capture performance

Designed and executed for the most demanding types of photography, the Sigma 150-600mm 5-6.3 DG HSM OS Sports lens is the new standard for telephoto zooms. Boasting 2 FLD glass elements (performance equal to fluorite) and 3 SLD glass elements, the new Sigma 150-600mm Sport produces incredibly sharp images y through the entire zoom range. Chromatic aberration is controlled at the long end of the focal length through the optimized design of the glass elements and a dust and splash proof construction ensures a high degree of durability.

An updated optical stabilizer (OS) features an accelerometer for improved panning photography both horizontally and vertically, essential for birding, wildlife and motorsports photography. The Sigma 150-600 Sports also touts a new zoom lock switch that can be locked at any focal length and a new manual override (MO) switch is incorporated as an option which is activated by rotating the focus ring while using the autofocus. This state-of-the-art lens is equipped with advanced Sigma technology including an optimized, quieter AF, water/oil repellent coating on front and rear elements and Mount Conversion service compatibility. As with all Sport line lenses, the Sigma 150-600 works with the Sigma USB dock for maximum customization allowing for firmware updates and adjustments to the focus limiter, AF speed and OS view.

Accelerator sensor enables panning photography both in vertical and horizontal position.

The OS (Optical Stabilizer) function using an accelerator sensor has been incorporated to ensure high accuracy. OS Mode 1 is suitable for general photography, and Mode 2 is ideal for panning shooting for motor sports etc. With Mode 2, the accelerator sensor works effectively to minimize blur while shooting by detecting whether the camera is positioned vertically or horizontally.

*This lens cannot be used on film SLR cameras with the exception of the Nikon F6, Canon EOS-1V.

*Effect of Mode 2 is limited to panning shooting in horizontal direction.

USB Dock Compatibility

Sigma has developed special software (SIGMA Optimization Pro) that can update the lens firmware and adjust parameters such as focus. In addition, the lenses from our Sports line have customizable AF speed, focus limiter and OS function. The “Custom Mode Switch” is the device for further customization on the dedicated lenses.

About Sigma

Since 1961, and with the recent introduction of Sigma Global Vision, we have worked toward one single, simple goal: To hold ourselves to the highest standard of design & manufacturing of imaging products. Photography is all we do. And it’s all we’ve done. So you can rest assured that it’s something we know extensively and care deeply about. You have a vision. We’ve made it our mission.

  • Dust and splash-proof construction
  • Water & oil repellent coating on the front and rear glass elements
  • Customization and flexible adjustment with Sigma USB Dock
  • Soft cap, Lens hood LH1164-01, case included
  • 105mm Filter Size

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SIGMA 150-600MM LENS CANON 5-6.3 SPORTS DG LENS

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Features

  • Maximum Aperture Range: f/3.5-6.3
  • One SLD and Four FLD Elements
  • Super Multi-Layer Coating
  • Hyper Sonic Motor AF System
  • Optical Stabilization

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Mike Vande Ven Jr.Top Contributor: Photography
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Great upgrade to my Canon 100-400 L (original version)
Reviewed in the United States on December 23, 2015
Style: Canon SLR MountConfiguration: US Version
I''m replacing the CAnon 100-400 IS USM (original version) with this lens. The things that attracted me to the Sigma are the focal length, the all black body (I kind of hate the white body of L glass), and the updated technology (better OS, for example). Upon... See more
I''m replacing the CAnon 100-400 IS USM (original version) with this lens. The things that attracted me to the Sigma are the focal length, the all black body (I kind of hate the white body of L glass), and the updated technology (better OS, for example).

Upon getting this lens, I noticed the box was huge. I was hoping the lens wouldn''t be as big as the box made it seem. I was wrong. This lens is enormous. It''s something so big that my large camera backpack may not fit it. It will be hard to take this out on casual hikes like I did my 100-400 (see the photo comparison of the size). And it will be really hard to handhold for long. I better hit the gym.

On the styling front, the all black style is very sleek. The only thing I don''t like about the design is the lens cap and hood. The lens "cap" is actually fabric, and it slides over the front of the lens. This is not quick to put on and off, so I will likely be leaving it off more than on.

And the lens hood, besides also being enormous, is all metal. While that is nice from a protection point of view, it does make the lens heavier. And the last thing this lens needs is to be heavy.

But enough about the size and design of the lens, how does it perform. I have taken the lens out a number of times, mostly in morning light, but also a bit indoors in the evening. The results have been about what I expected for image quality, and better than I expected for image stabilization.

The Image quality can be seen in the included photos. Even wide open this is producing nice results. Stopping down to f/8 improves image quality a bit. Going to f/11 keeps the quality on par. Anything beyond that shouldn''t really ever be used.

But the image stabilization, wow! I have shot 1/40s at 600mm, and had sharp images. That is a solid 4 stops slower than the 1/600s handheld guideline for the focal length. I haven''t yet played around with adjusting (using the Sigma dock) the IS, but I have heard that using Dynamic IS makes it even better.

I have also found image focus to be good, although I plan on testing that and making adjustments if needed with the Dock. So far, things seem sharp, but it feels like they could be ever so sharper. It feels like the lens is backfocusing just a little bit when at 600mm. Luckily, the Sigma dock allows for a ton of adjustment here. You can not only set micro focus adjustments at the long end and short end of the zoom range, but also a couple stops in between. And you can also set the micro adjustments for different object lengths, in case you need a different adjustment for close objects vs far away objects. This process is likely going to take me an hour or two, but it should make the lens perform even better than it does out of the box.

Focus has been pretty fast for me, even in a few tough situations. There are adjustments for this too in the dock. You can set it to fast, but less accurate. Slower but more accurate, or a balance. I have so far shot at the balanced setting, but I plan on trying out the slower but more accurate setting as well (I pref accuracy over quick focus 99% of the time).

Finally, a couple of things to note. Back to the size/weight, I have found the tripod collar cannot be removed. If I were doing only handheld shooting (which is actually most of the time) I would like to remove that to save on weight. If I get out an allen wrench, I could remove the bottom portion, but then I have to keep track of the screws. Also, the front element is very heavy, so there is a lens lock, but my version only locks at the marked focal lengths. I hear the new version of the lens locks at any length, which would be nice in some situations.

Overall, I''m pleased with this purchase.
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Bruce H.
2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Not worth the money
Reviewed in the United States on January 28, 2020
Style: Canon SLR MountConfiguration: US Version
It''s been a year and a half since I bought this lens and it''s such a disappointment that it just sits in the drawer. If the conditions (lighting) are perfect, then the pictures are good, but outside of that, I found the autofocus slow and hit and miss, causing me to lose... See more
It''s been a year and a half since I bought this lens and it''s such a disappointment that it just sits in the drawer. If the conditions (lighting) are perfect, then the pictures are good, but outside of that, I found the autofocus slow and hit and miss, causing me to lose too many pictures I should have had. Maintaining focus on a moving object is impossible. (I thought when it said "Sports" in the product name, that was the main reason( I shoot birds primarily and the reach is great, but I find the picture quality at 600mm very poor. My main lens is a Canon 100-400L, an excellent lens and due to the price and quality difference, one can''t compare, but at 400mm and cropped to equal the zoom of the 600mm, it''s still a far better quality image, more or less rendering my Sigma redundant. This goes especially for distance shots, where the bird is a long ways away. If it''s close, and the lighting is good, a good headshot is possible and I have a lot of those decent shots, but it''s not what I bought it for, I have my 100-400 for that. The autofocus also readjusts itself when the focus point is on the subject and already focused. Just by virtue of waiting for the right moment to take the shot and depressing the shutter button again. Not 100% of the time but realistically about 80%. Distance was the reason I bought it and it just doesn''t cut it. I don''t usually write reviews, esp bad ones, but I just shake my head when I look at it...sitting in the drawer.
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Ruben Giron
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Sigma 150-600mm F5-6.3 DG OS HSM ( S ) Lens...
Reviewed in the United States on August 21, 2015
Style: Nikon SLR MountConfiguration: US Version
Delivered in a box within a box within another box. Well packed for safely. The lens is amazing. The programing felt a bit intimidating but got through it with some guess work as to what might work and after 3 attempts, got the setting so that the pictures are tack sharp. I... See more
Delivered in a box within a box within another box. Well packed for safely. The lens is amazing. The programing felt a bit intimidating but got through it with some guess work as to what might work and after 3 attempts, got the setting so that the pictures are tack sharp. I use it on my Nikon D810. It''s heavy and I will have to get used to it and bought a monopod with a swivel head to help keep it steady which works quite well. I''m very happy this this lens. I hated the cloth lens cap and ordered a plastic Sigma 105mm lens cap which makes a difference of convenience for me. This is a monster lens. For the money, you can''t beat it. You would need to purchase a lens that runs $8000 to beat it. Great for serious photographers who don''t have that kind of money. I''ve added a photo shot at 600mm as there have been questions about it''s sharpness. You can see that this is tack sharp even though this was shot in very low light (f/6 at 1000 ISO)
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rail308
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
and make fine adjustments. Many people also complain about the weight
Reviewed in the United States on April 26, 2016
Style: Canon SLR MountConfiguration: US Version
I reluctantly made this purchase after reading many reviews, as I have always felt an "L" lens is the safe purchase. However, this purchase is not one that I regret. Being my first "non-L" lens, I expected much less than this lens delivers. The focus is... See more
I reluctantly made this purchase after reading many reviews, as I have always felt an "L" lens is the safe purchase. However, this purchase is not one that I regret. Being my first "non-L" lens, I expected much less than this lens delivers. The focus is "spot-on" right out of the box, and I have not felt the need to dock it yet, and make fine adjustments. Many people also complain about the weight, but I don''t see any problems in that department. Of course, it is heavy and feels more at home on a tripod, but it is not too heavy to carry around with the proper strap. So, if you are looking for that long lens, but don''t need to drop $8000 on a premium lens, this lens will serve you well.
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Tommy D
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Awesome lens
Reviewed in the United States on January 2, 2020
Style: Nikon SLR MountConfiguration: US Version
All the reviews, here at Amazon and all through the internet stated this lens was a beast, 6+ pounds. This lens is a beast. My scale said a bit over 7 pounds (with hood and cover). Plays very well with my D500. Sharp and fast. Hand held shots are a tad bit awkward.... See more
All the reviews, here at Amazon and all through the internet stated this lens was a beast, 6+ pounds. This lens is a beast. My scale said a bit over 7 pounds (with hood and cover). Plays very well with my D500. Sharp and fast. Hand held shots are a tad bit awkward. Did I mention this thing is a beast. Only about a hour out with it and I found 2 problems: It''s heavy and can be difficult with hand held shots in low light. I didn''t have my monopod or tripod with me so I had to rely on my arms. Holding a stance waiting for the perfect shot was, to say the least, shaky. But reducing speed and upping ISO helped a bit, as did the stabilization. @nd and most uncomfortable issue I had with this lens was (and will be) getting used to not holding it by the camera itself. I need to work on getting in the habit of carrying, holding this lens by the lens. I ended up putting the neck strap on the lens, not the camera. And while carrying 2 cameras it became a tad bit awkward trying to switch between the camera with this lens and another with a super side angle. Again, did I mention this lens is a beast of a lens. But I managed. As I get used to the actual carrying of the lens on a camera I think it will all work out. Some 50 years of photography habits I need to break. As I play with it and get used to it I will figure out it''s nuances and tricks. And I will most likely utilize the USB Dock to fine tune it. As of right now I would say this is a great lens, even for a crop sensor camera.
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Dr. Ron Adleman
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Wow Just Wow!!! For Challenging Action Sports Fast Sharp AF But It’s A Beast
Reviewed in the United States on July 27, 2021
Style: Nikon SLR MountConfiguration: US Version
I just test drove the Sigma 150-600 Sport at my 12 year old grandson’s state championship long course swim meet. Mounted on a Nikon 750 using a monopod standing while shooting from the top of the spectator gallery(see attached photo of venue). Swimming is a challenge to... See more
I just test drove the Sigma 150-600 Sport at my 12 year old grandson’s state championship long course swim meet. Mounted on a Nikon 750 using a monopod standing while shooting from the top of the spectator gallery(see attached photo of venue). Swimming is a challenge to shoot with the subject submersed much of time tasking the AF and tracking. Using back button AF is a must. As you can see in the pics I am posting this lens was keeping up with the action quite well with focus speed faster than my Nikon 80-400 and Nikon 70-200 2.8. Shooting with available light indoors in large venues where long FL lenses are a must I needed a lens with additional reach. Problem solved with this beast of a lens. I just ordered a D850 from Amazon and looking forward to shooting all 3 grandson’s soccer and swimming with this impressive lens, higher FPS, and improved resolution when outputting. Couldn’t be more pleased!
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T. Crockett
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Beauty and the Beast
Reviewed in the United States on March 17, 2017
Style: Canon SLR MountConfiguration: US Version
I''ve been shooting college baseball with a Canon 70-200 2.8 lens on a Canon 5D Mark III body along with a 2X teleconverter and have been completely pleased with the speed and sharpness of my images but I just don''t have the reach to cover the outfield well. After much... See more
I''ve been shooting college baseball with a Canon 70-200 2.8 lens on a Canon 5D Mark III body along with a 2X teleconverter and have been completely pleased with the speed and sharpness of my images but I just don''t have the reach to cover the outfield well. After much research, I opted for the Sigma 150-300 5-6.3 Sport and today was the test day. I have the USB dock but have not done the focusing calibration ritual yet because I wanted to see what I would get out of the box. Overall I was pleased with the image sharpness and the reach of the lens. I do have a couple of notes for anyone making this kind of switch that might be useful.

1. This lens is a beast. If you''ve watched any of the reviews, you already know that. It is not meant for handholding outside of emergency situations. A good monopod is a must. I used one today and tomorrow will test an actual tripod with Gimbal head shooting from on top of the dugout. Even with the monopod it initially felt rather wobbly to follow the action with such a long lens.

2. The zoom ring on the Canon 70-200 lens is back close to the camera and loose enough that I can operate with my thumb to follow the action. The 150-300 zoom ring is close to the front of the lens and far too stiff to operate with a thumb. I had to adopt a different lens holding style to make it useful. That meant my right hand on the shutter and thumb near the back focus button and my left hand on top of the zoom ring. This was a better approach for several reasons. First, it held the camera lens with downward pressure on the monopod which made it feel much steadier and more stable. Second it allowed me to use my full hand to roll the zoom ring. You can simply push-pull for zoom, but the lens is too stiff for that to feel comfortable when following fast action. If the tension lessens with time, I might try that though. I still use the 70-200 on a second camera body when covering games so I''m still getting used to the shift back and forth between modes of handling the lenses.

So far I think I made the right call in purchasing this lens for this purpose. My images seem beautiful and pretty sharp right out of the camera and it is autofocusing fast. It does take a bit of getting used to, but hopefully I am not too old to learn new tricks. When I get a break between games I will explore the customization options available with the USB dock and test and calibrate focusing, but for now, I''m pleased.
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Joel Weisbrod
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Excellent sharpness and perfect focus
Reviewed in the United States on November 28, 2016
Style: Nikon SLR MountConfiguration: US Version
Before I bought this lens, I purchased the Tamron 150-600 and it was horrendous. Any focal length over 400mm yielded soft-focus or blurry images. I tried with the Optical Stabilization and without; with tripod and without; just did not do the job. I returned the lens to... See more
Before I bought this lens, I purchased the Tamron 150-600 and it was horrendous. Any focal length over 400mm yielded soft-focus or blurry images. I tried with the Optical Stabilization and without; with tripod and without; just did not do the job. I returned the lens to Amazon.

I am using this on a brand new Nikon D500 APS-C sensor camera to achieve an effective 900mm focal length.

Today, I received this Sigma lens and it is crystal clear and sharp. Perfect!!!! What a huge difference!!!
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Luis Piovani
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Great for the money
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 14, 2019
I take wildlife pictures, mostly birds, and my cameras are Canon. I went with several telephoto lenses before going to my first 150-600. So 55-250, 70-200, 300 f4 IS, 400 f5.6, 100-400 II, Sigma 150-600 Contemporary were my previous lenses. I was always looking for more...See more
I take wildlife pictures, mostly birds, and my cameras are Canon. I went with several telephoto lenses before going to my first 150-600. So 55-250, 70-200, 300 f4 IS, 400 f5.6, 100-400 II, Sigma 150-600 Contemporary were my previous lenses. I was always looking for more reach, and more flexibility, trying not to loose quality in the process. About a year ago I''ve got my Sigma 150-600 Sport (bought it here in Amazon UK), and I think it has all that I was needing for the price I was willing to pay. Of course a 500 or 600 f4 can be better, or even the 200-400... but that is a cost I cannot pay, specially if I can get pictures that can be sell and published with the Sigma. As always, there are some tradeoffs. The weight is one of them, and the aperture is another. Even the autofocus perfomance is not on par with the big whites. But for the money it cost, I believe is one of the best options you can find to do some serious amateur and profesional wildlife pictures. In my case, I use intensively my gear, under harsh conditions, so the solidly construccion of this Sigma is a must, which made the Sport the best 150-600 option for me. I''ve bought too a foot replacement from Wimberley (AP-608) because I needed the arca swiss compatibility and the longer feet for balance in the gimbal. It was necessary for me. It is great. I sincerely recommend the Sigma 150-600 Sport for wildlife photography. I''ve uploaded some pictures I took so you can see what is capable off, and I''m sure it can be better in the hands of even more experienced professionals.
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paul anthony paterson
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
you can do this on your own camera but the docking station gives a far better accuracy. I cannot fault this lens
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 19, 2016
This lens is a first class piece of equipment, it is heavy but not as heavy as people say. Make sure you have the USB docking station as the lens does require some micro adjustment for front and back focusing, you can do this on your own camera but the docking station gives...See more
This lens is a first class piece of equipment, it is heavy but not as heavy as people say. Make sure you have the USB docking station as the lens does require some micro adjustment for front and back focusing, you can do this on your own camera but the docking station gives a far better accuracy. I cannot fault this lens, the zoom ring is a little tight but I would rather have it like this as being too slack. The focus speed is as good as any 2.8 prime lens however, please remember that this not a 7-10 thousand pound/dollar lens but it does match many aspects that you would expect of such lenses. Would I recommend this zoom lens? - Yes I would and furthermore, Sigma currently have upped their game and are now setting design quality to match and better their main two big counterparts of Nikon and Canon. I now have to rate Sigma Art, Contemporary and Sports lenses as being as good as and in many ways better than the two main companies named. (Images provided by me are on a Canon 7D Mark 2 plus Sigma 150 - 600 mm Sports (after USB docking adjustments) and on a tripod with gimbal)
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M&S Baumen
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Sigma 150-600mm Sports (+ Sigma TC 1401 ) + Nikon D7500 for Nature, Birds etc.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 6, 2018
After using this combo for some time now often in borderline/critical light situations ( Birds and Nature, autumn low light, low cloud, grey in grey, rainy etc) I am impressed by all elements involved. The Nikon D7500 really is a powerful and affordable low light cam and...See more
After using this combo for some time now often in borderline/critical light situations ( Birds and Nature, autumn low light, low cloud, grey in grey, rainy etc) I am impressed by all elements involved. The Nikon D7500 really is a powerful and affordable low light cam and delivers an outstanding overall performance in combination with the Sigma package ( and also the Nikkor 80-200mm 2.8 and the TC 1.4II!). The Sigma lens has no issues with the D7500, focus without the TC-1401 is very fast and reliable ( Result of full speed 7FS with adjustments to Nikon D7500 overall to max. performance for high speed is really surprising: 5-6 Pics are always perfectly focussed and balanced – for me a superb result compared to my previous ‘’quotas’’). With the TC 1401 it still all works perfectly with the Nikon D7500, focus works on all levels ( yes, also around f9 and higher - and at very high ISO’s) and you do get a ‘’reach’’ like that of an a 1250mm lens!! – just a little bit slower but still allowing for up to 3 FPS with similarly good results. Why 1250mm? Sigma is max 600mm & TC1401 =840mm f6, plus Nikon D7500 (APS-C= Sensor Size hands you an angle of view of 1.5x that of an FX camera resulting in the picture seeming to be larger/closer)= comparable to view through an 1275mm f9 (at full resolution of 20.5 mp and not cropped to a lower resolution coming from a 24mp body without a TC) Overall Sharpness of the Lens itself is excellent. Sharpness with the TC is a tiny little bit softer, but not as much as I had expected. Of course ,this all depends on the available light. In comparison to the D7200 (has 24mp but less responsiveness to low light) a picture under comparable circumstances without enlarging or cropping has no visible difference in resolution, ‘’blowing up ‘’ the picture to A3 still does not show a visible loss of resolution with the Nikon D7500 compared to the D7200. I also did a good few tests with a METZ AF-1 52 Flash over the distance of up to 35-40m ( 70-80 yards). Yes, even for birds (and a fox which probably had the shock of his life!) ! – they hardly ever seem to be bothered by a flash. The Nikon D7500 and the Sigma Lens combo work brilliantly for this ( even though this distance seems to be impossible for a Flash) – but for a single pic only. No series ( recharging time of flash) = Works, excellent results and of course enhances the lighting and sharpness of the picture a good bit – even over such large distances. All in all this is probably one of the best, just about affordable ‘’reach out’’ combo’s for Amateurs / ‘’Enthusiasts’’around . Highly recommended.
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David Verney
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Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 8, 2017
In the short period of time I have had this lense it has impressed me as quite simply the best long focus lense I have ever owned. Once I learned how to use it properly that is. I am recovering from cancer treatment and the lense is, for me, very heavy so a tripod is...See more
In the short period of time I have had this lense it has impressed me as quite simply the best long focus lense I have ever owned. Once I learned how to use it properly that is. I am recovering from cancer treatment and the lense is, for me, very heavy so a tripod is essential. I also use a wireless shutter release. Be prepared to adjust ISO settings to keep to an aperture of around f11 for depth of field. I photograph wildlife as hobby and ensuring a sharp duck in the middle of a pond while set to f5 is beyond me at the moment! To sum up a fantastic lense, if in doubt, treat yourself.
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Toppman
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Superb build quality and great images for a good price.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 1, 2018
I take a lot of wildlife photographs, mainly birds. This lens gives you the extra reach and importantly the image quality is superb. Yes it is on the heavy side but in real terms it is worth it. The construction is superb, built like a tank in truth, but I fully expect to...See more
I take a lot of wildlife photographs, mainly birds. This lens gives you the extra reach and importantly the image quality is superb. Yes it is on the heavy side but in real terms it is worth it. The construction is superb, built like a tank in truth, but I fully expect to have this lens for many years to come. I would recommend that you consider purchasing a gimbal to attach to your tripod or monopod as this will significantly help with prolonged use and it will also help with image quality.
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150-600mm F5-6.3 DG OS HSM | S

High action-capture performance

Designed and executed for the most demanding types of photography, the Sigma 150-600mm 5-6.3 DG HSM OS Sports lens is the new standard for telephoto zooms. Boasting 2 FLD glass elements (performance equal to fluorite) and 3 SLD glass elements, the new Sigma 150-600mm Sport produces incredibly sharp images y through the entire zoom range. Chromatic aberration is controlled at the long end of the focal length through the optimized design of the glass elements and a dust and splash proof construction ensures a high degree of durability.

An updated optical stabilizer (OS) features an accelerometer for improved panning photography both horizontally and vertically, essential for birding, wildlife and motorsports photography. The Sigma 150-600 Sports also touts a new zoom lock switch that can be locked at any focal length and a new manual override (MO) switch is incorporated as an option which is activated by rotating the focus ring while using the autofocus. This state-of-the-art lens is equipped with advanced Sigma technology including an optimized, quieter AF, water/oil repellent coating on front and rear elements and Mount Conversion service compatibility. As with all Sport line lenses, the Sigma 150-600 works with the Sigma USB dock for maximum customization allowing for firmware updates and adjustments to the focus limiter, AF speed and OS view.

Accelerator sensor enables panning photography both in vertical and horizontal position.

The OS (Optical Stabilizer) function using an accelerator sensor has been incorporated to ensure high accuracy. OS Mode 1 is suitable for general photography, and Mode 2 is ideal for panning shooting for motor sports etc. With Mode 2, the accelerator sensor works effectively to minimize blur while shooting by detecting whether the camera is positioned vertically or horizontally.

*This lens cannot be used on film SLR cameras with the exception of the Nikon F6, Canon EOS-1V.

*Effect of Mode 2 is limited to panning shooting in horizontal direction.

USB Dock Compatibility

Sigma has developed special software (SIGMA Optimization Pro) that can update the lens firmware and adjust parameters such as focus. In addition, the lenses from our Sports line have customizable AF speed, focus limiter and OS function. The “Custom Mode Switch” is the device for further customization on the dedicated lenses.

About Sigma

Since 1961, and with the recent introduction of Sigma Global Vision, we have worked toward one single, simple goal: To hold ourselves to the highest standard of design & manufacturing of imaging products. Photography is all we do. And it’s all we’ve done. So you can rest assured that it’s something we know extensively and care deeply about. You have a vision. We’ve made it our mission.

  • Dust and splash-proof construction
  • Water & oil repellent coating on the front and rear glass elements
  • Customization and flexible adjustment with Sigma USB Dock
  • Soft cap, Lens hood LH1164-01, case included
  • 105mm Filter Size

Description

SIGMA 150-600MM LENS CANON 5-6.3 SPORTS DG LENS

Features & details

Features

  • Maximum Aperture Range: f/3.5-6.3
  • One SLD and Four FLD Elements
  • Super Multi-Layer Coating
  • Hyper Sonic Motor AF System
  • Optical Stabilization

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