Browse the top-ranked list of Sigma Macro Lens below along with associated reviews and opinions.
I do sometimes bump the lens to manusl focus when shooting.Does great sun stars too....First a really stable tripod n head are a must for consistently sharp pics....(For me) The switches on the side are so easy to use without looking....I am loving this lens (180mm sigma f2.8 macro).
This Sigma 107110 APO Macro 180mm f/2.8 EX DG OS HSM telephoto lens features an OS (optical stabilizer) that minimizes the effects of camera shake to help prevent blurring when shooting with your compatible Sigma DSLR or 35mm SLR film camera.
Very pleased with the quality of the lens built....Works very well on my Canon 7D Mark II and my Canon 6D....Awesome macro lens....I discovered that it's great for portraiture as well.
This Sigma 258101 telephoto macro lens features an HSM (Hyper-Sonic Motor) for fast, efficient autofocus. The f/22 minimum aperture and f/2.8 maximum aperture ensure optimal light gathering.
The best so far...The best macro lens I have ever use....Caveat: try your camera body with the lens before buying if possible because it has been my experience that some sigma lenses just work better with some canon bodies!...I love it.
Designed for use with Canon DSLR cameras, this Sigma 106101 150mm f/2.8-22 macro lens features a Hyper-Sonic Motor (HSM) for quiet, speedy autofocus. The Optical Stabilization system lets you capture photos in low-light conditions.
really nice lens to start shooting....really nice lens to start shooting...its an amazing product, you can have really nice pictures at a really rasonable price!!
Capture clear images with your Sony digital SLR camera with this lens that corrects various aberrations and prevents ghosting.
With a 70-300mm focal length, this Sigma 509109 telephoto zoom lens allows you to clearly capture portraits of family members, children playing, sports events, animals at the zoo and more. The 4:1 zoom ratio lets you capture subjects from a distance.