Sigma 10-20mm F3,5 EX DC HSM

Feature List

  • Lens Construction: 13 Elements in 10 Groups
  • Angle of View: 102.4° – 63.8°
  • Number of Diaphragm Blades: 7
  • Mininum Aperture: f22
  • Minimum Focusing Distance: 24 cm / 9.4 in
  • Filter Size (mm): 82
  • Maximum Magnifications: 1:6.6
  • Dimensions: (Diameter x Length) 87.3 x 88.2 mm/3.4 x 3.5 in
  • Weight: 520g / 18.3oz.
5 replies
    • farbspiel
      farbspiel says:

      Hi Lewis,

      I have both lenses. I must say, at least with my two copies, the Nikon lens beats the Sigma by a mile. It is a lot sharper. But maybe I just got a bad copy of the Sigma.

      Cheers
      Klaus

      Reply
      • Lewis Mann
        Lewis Mann says:

        Thanks, Klaus. I have seen some of your images shot with that Nikkor. So, my next move is to purchase this 10-24mm lens. The 18mm zoom that was packaged with my D3100 isn’t wide enough.

        By the way, I’ve learned so much about HDR shooting and processing from your site that visiting your site and “Cookbook” is an invaluable tool. Keep’m coming!

        Reply
  1. Fabry
    Fabry says:

    hello, congratulations for your work and for your tutorial. I’m going to buy the same objective but a little ‘less bright F4-5.6. Do you think you can give me some problems during shooting panoramas in HDR aimed at

    Reply
    • farbspiel
      farbspiel says:

      Hi Fabry,

      Thanks lot! I prefer the f/3.5 lens because it gives me 1/3 of a stop more light at 10 mm. This means a slightly faster shutter speed in low light. If that’s also important to you, you’ll have to decide if it’s worth the extra money.

      Cheers
      Klaus

      Reply

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