Sigma 18-50mm F2.8 DC DN Review

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The Sigma 18-50mm f2.8 DC DN is the zoom many cropped mirrorless cameras have been waiting for: the range may be fairly standard, but the constant f2.8 aperture, potential for shallow depth-of-field results, and corner sharpness are all a step-up over basic kit zooms, and crucially it won’t break the bank or your back either.
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With Sigma’s latest release, the company is going back to basics to deliver a standard wide-to-telephoto zoom lens for Sony E-mount and Leica L-mount crop-sensor cameras. Does it have any flash or is it nothing more than a simple kit lens?
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This made for a great slot for Sigma to slide into with their new Sigma 18-50mm F2.8 DC DN lens, as it covers this popular zoom range while delivering excellent image quality, a constant F2.8 aperture, and at an extremely compact size and weight. It is only 62mm in diameter, 76.5mm in length, and weighs only 290g. Despite being beautifully compact, Sigma has packed some excellent optics into this lens.
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The Sigma 18-50mm F2.8 DC DN Contemporary is an affordable and very capable standard zoom for beginner photographers, with sharp, background-blurring optics and decent macro capabilities.
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