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The Canon 28-135mm IS lens was a common go-to lens before the 24-105mm L IS F4 pushed it into the background. However, it’s underrated as a great budget alternative, being quite a bit cheaper and much more reach for sport or even photography.
Finally Sigma has made a contender to take down the legendary Canon 70-200mm L f2.8 IS lens! If you aren’t familiar with the Sigma Sport series, it is basically the ART series of long telephoto lenses. Why didn’t they just name all their high end lenses ART? We have no idea, but the Sport series carries the same amazing quality as their Art lenses do! And this 70-200mm F2.8 lens with image stabilization (IS – but Sigma calls it OS) is absolutely in the same class as the Canon 70-200 L series. Is it better? So far it looks like… yes. But that’s blasphemy to some people, so we’ll just let you decide! You will not go wrong with this lens though, that we are sure of!
They do not make it in Sigma E mount (no idea why) but we can include a Sigma MC11 adapter if you want to run it on a Sony. It should give you lighting fast autofocus.
Continuing the unrivaled quality of the rest of the ART series, Sigma has turned in a full frame knockout in the fast wide zoom range. There simply is nothing (literally) that rivals it in a 24-35mm f2.0 full frame range. So you want fast, wide and full frame with a bit of zoom? This is it!
Oh man, another amazing ultra wide Art series lens from Sigma! The 14-24mm f2.8 is the fastest full frame ultra wide… at least at the time I’m writing this! We have it in EF mount but it can be adapted to Sony E mount or MFT mount with a standard electronic adapter or a Speed Booster.