Sigma 60-200mm F4-5.6 Zoom AF-ß A-mount lens review by Phil Wood

reviewer#46992 date: Mar-26-2024
sharpness: 4
color: 4
build: 5
distortion: 4
flare control: 3
overall: 4
tested on:
  • film camera:Film camera
  • APS-C: 6MP6 MP; 10MP10 MP; 12MP12 MP; 14MP14 MP; 16MP16 MP; 20MP20 MP; 24MP24 MP
  • full frame: 12MP12 MP; 24MP24 MP; 36MP36 MP; 42MP42 MP; 61MP61 MP
ownership:I own this lens
compared to:All Minolta 70-210 and 80-200 zooms
price paid:10 GBP
positive:Solidly built push-pull zoom - fine if you like them old school.
negative:Heavy push-pull zoom which doesn't autofocus on Sony DSLR bodies. Works fine with SLT bodies.
comment:I bought it in a charity shop for next to nothing. Got it home and it would not focus on my A350. Years later I plugged it on to an A58 and it worked. The push-pull is a memory jogger, but I prefer twist zooms. IQ is reasonable without being remarkable, a typical Sigma budget alternative to the camera manufacturer's offerings.

rating summary

lens image
  • total reviews: 1
  • sharpness: 4.00
  • color: 4.00
  • build: 5.00
  • distortion: 4.00
  • flare control: 3.00
  • overall: 4.00
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