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I've had my Sigma 150-600 Sport for a while, replacing my 80-400 AF-S, a lens I loved, to begin with, but even that was a bit heavy to carry around all day. So I wanted a lens with a longer reach (and sharp in the long end), but fast focusing - the Sport fits that bill perfectly. It is very rugged, but the tripod foot is a bit short, so most user either add a longer Arca-Swiss rail or replace the foot with a longer one. With a really heavy camera, it probably balances OK with the original foot, but not with lighter cameras, like my D600, or my D7500.
- May 13 2019 03:11 PM
- by Tord
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- by dcbear78
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