Get a Great Discount on The Sigma 150-600mm f/5-6.3 DG OS HSM Contemporary Lens Today Only

Get a Great Discount on The Sigma 150-600mm f/5-6.3 DG OS HSM Contemporary Lens Today Only

Longer telephoto lenses can be very pricey, especially if you're only looking to use one occasionally or simply don't have the money to drop five figures on top of the line glass. Luckily, third party companies have been producing excellent long zoom lenses for the last few years at much more affordable prices. Today only, you can get an even better deal on the Sigma 150-600mm f/5-6.3 DG OS HSM Contemporary Lens in Nikon F or Canon EF mounts.

The Sigma 150-600mm f/5-6.3 DG OS HSM Contemporary Lens is a great super-telephoto zoom lens for any photographer who needs some extra reach at a reasonable price. The lens has 20 elements in 14 groups with one FLD element and three SLD elements, as well as a Hyper Sonic AF motor and helpful features like a zoom lock and manual override switches. If you're looking to take it outside for wildlife or landscapes, you'll be glad to know it also features a splash and dust-proof mount, while its 0.2x maximum magnification factor can render closeup objects reasonably largely. And of course, you also get optical stabilization and the sharpness we've come to expect of Sigma's modern lenses, both of which we were impressed by in our review. Today only, B&H is taking $360 off, knocking the lens down to just $729, making it a great time to get this affordable and versatile piece of glass. 

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Black Rock's picture

This lens is ok for landscape photography but quite slow for birding.

I have the Tamron 150-600 f/5-6.3 and use it for birding all the time. It might not be optimal but it can be done with fairly good results with practice. I don't have, nor will I ever have an extra $10,000 sitting around to spend on a 500 or 600mm f/4 lens.

I know several birders who use the lens and are quite happy with it. Handheld, to boot. They usually up the ISO to 800 so they can use higher shutter speeds. Unfortunately I had to give up on the long lenses,though I drool over them. I had to choose between having the use of the lens or having the use of my hand.