Sigma 28-105mm F2.8-4 Aspherical IF

mount: A-mount
prod. code: 661-205
EAN/UPC: data needed
makernote ID: data needed
format: Full frame
release year: 1996
status: Discontinued
specification
D type lens: No
SLT compatible: Read this!
AF Drive: In Body
focus design: internal
stabilisation: No
weather sealing: No
AF-D (a99 only): No
max. aperture: 2.8-4
min. aperture: 22-32
focal range(mm): 28-105
elements/group: 12/11
angle of view: 75,3 - 23,2
aperture blades: 8
min. focus distance(mm): 500
filter rotate focusing: No
filter rotate zooming: No
max. magnification: 0.18x (1/5.6)
filter diameter(mm): 72
hood: petal-type
color: black
length(mm): 79.5 - 114,5
weight(g): 405
standard accessories: data needed

user review ratings
overall: 3.97
sharpness: 3.95
color: 4.36
build: 3.36
distortion: 4.09
flare control: 4.09
total: 11 reviews

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New fast 28-105mm lens from Sigma

Sigma's 28-105mm F4-5.6 was voted European Lens of the Year '94-95. Hardly surprising that it then proved to be one of Sigma's best selling and most popular lenses - so why discontinue it?

Sigma, with the benefit of the very latest technology, have designed an even better 28-105mm lens!

The Sigma 28-105mm F2.8-4 Aspherical benefits from a combination of aspherical lens and 4 group zoom system. The design means the lens delivers pin-sharp images with superior contrast and resolution plus improved edge definition.

Amazingly the F2.8 maximum aperture is still housed in a lightweight and compact lens barrel which sets a new standard of excellence for photographers who wish to travel light.

The lens has an internal focussing syste with non-rotating front elemtn which filter users find essential. Sigma's durable Zen finish, a matched lens hood and 3 year warranty make the 28-105 F2.8-4 Aspherical lens outstanding value for money at just £269.95
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