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Lenses Review Archive:

 

TILT AND SHIFT

- October 2012 (Vol 6 No 7)

Adam Woolfitt looks at the latest tilt and shift lenses for Nikon and Canon DSLRs.

          

 

OPTICALLY SOUND

- April 2011 (Vol 5 No 3)

David Kilpatrick investigates Korean lens manufacturer, Samyang.

 

SIGMA APO 300-800MM F/5.6 EX DG HSM

Sigma's APO 300-800 mm lens is the longest zoom in production for 35mm type DSLRs.

   


VOIGTLÄNDER CLASSICS: 58MM F/1.4 NOKTON SLII & 40MM F/2 ULTRON SL II

Inexpensive and useful tools, these two Voigtlander lenses deliver results that belie their low cost.

LENS BABY

David Kilpatrick tries out the simple and inexpensive Lensbaby, and finds it innovativey designed and carefully machined.


CARL ZEISS WIDE ANGLE ZOOM LENSES

David Kilpatrick checks out two wide angle zooms.


SIGMA 8MM FISHEYE

On realease, Sigma's revised 8mm fisheye was the only AF 8mm fisheye available.

SIGMA 18-200

Richard Kilpatrick tries out the Sigma 18-200 OS f/3.5-6.3 optically stbilised all rounder


SIGMA 50-500MM (PART 1)(PART 2)

The Sigma 50-500mm lens is amongst the smaller lenses in this focal range and its advanced optical design is optimised for digital cameras.



SONY LENSES (PART 1) (PART 2 )

In order to compete with Nikon and Canon Sony's emphasis is on exceptional optical quality and very fine image detail.


TAMRON LENSES

David Kilpatrick tries out Tamron's first ever image-stabilised zoom, the AF28-300mm f/3.5-6.3 XRDi LD Aspherical (IF) Macro V.


ZOOM LENS FEATURE

David Kilpatrick checks out two wide angle zooms, the Tamron 18-250mm f/3.5-6.3 Di II LD (IF) Macro and the Sony Carl Zeiss 16-80mm f3.5-4.5 T* DT ZA.


 

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