Sigma 18-125mm F3.5-5.6 DC

mount: A-mount
prod. code: 789-205
EAN/UPC: data needed
makernote ID: 24
format: APS-C
release year: 2004
status: Discontinued
specification
D type lens: Yes
SLT compatible: Read this!
AF Drive: In Body
focus design:
stabilisation: No
weather sealing: No
AF-D (a99 only): No
max. aperture: 3.5-5.6
min. aperture: 22
focal range(mm): 18-125
elements/group: 15/14
angle of view: 100,4 - 19,6
aperture blades: 7
min. focus distance(mm): 500
filter rotate focusing: No
filter rotate zooming: No
max. magnification: 0.189x (1/5.3)
filter diameter(mm): 62
hood: Petal shaped
color: black
length(mm): 77-7
weight(g): 385
standard accessories: Lens caps, hood

user review ratings
overall: 3.95
sharpness: 3.86
color: 4.17
build: 4.24
distortion: 3.59
flare control: 3.90
total: 29 reviews

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manufacturer description

Exclusively designed for use with digital SLR cameras. Features a 6.9 times magnification zoom ratio.

Sigma Corporation is pleased to announce the launch of the new 18-125mm F3.5-5.6 DC.
This zoom lens was exclusively designed for use with digital SLRs with the popular APS-C sensor. This latest lens from Sigma`s DC range has a 6.9 times magnification zoom ratio. The image circle is designed to match the size of the image sensor of digital SLR cameras resulting in a surprisingly compact and lightweight superzoom lens.
A Special Low Dispersion (SLD) lens and two aspherical glass elements produce a high level of optical performance through the entire zoom range.

This lens has a minimum focusing distance of 50cm (19.6”) at all focal lengths and is equipped with an inner focusing system. The non – rotating front element makes the lens particularly suitable for using the petal-shaped lens hood (supplied) and circular polarizing filters. The lens is equipped with a zoom lock which eliminates “Zoom Creep”.

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