That review is for Sigma’s older Canon/Nikon version of the lens, which has a different optical design from the newer Sony version. Plus, you can mount a tripod collar on the Sony version, which you couldn’t on the older lens.
Californians and Brits seem to love each other's accents! Yes, I'm EnglishI like listening to both his reviews ... ... ... mainly based on their smooth dictation!
I'm wondering if it's possible Tamron can pull off a fast variable 2.8-5.6 telephoto zoom lens? That would totally be different to anything out there. Tamron still has the opportunity to release these lenses in other mirrorless mounts to offset their R&D cost. Though telephoto fast primes will most likely come direct from Sony.I don't expect to see 3rd party fast supertelephoto primes - the market is too small.
Depends on the English accent. I worked at an English agency where everyone spoke with a cockney accent. Took me over a month to understand what everyone was saying!Californians and Brits seem to love each other's accents! Yes, I'm English
I know that I want a couple of zoom lenses. What is on offer at the moment has me fairly confused as to what, why and when. (Of course, I should answer why first). I'm sure the choice will only get better. Or worse... for decision making.