Back in the 1960s, I was impressed to see Canon lenses on TV cameras in a TV studio I was doing an appearance in; a subsequent trip to Tokyo's Ginza led to some serious camera shopping- a Canon 35mm SLR and lenses (50mm+ 200mmtelephoto) which served beautifully for the balance of my 'round-the-work-journey following a year of travels through India.Years later, I upgraded the body to an A1 and ultimately transitioned into a 5D/ii, which evolved into an SL-1 with impressive zoom lenses. the comfort, ease of use,reliability and impressive images have always been present in all Canon photo products, and have consistently justified my continued investment in these quality products.
This lense was given to me by a good friend. My hands shake a lot due to Essential Tremors. This lense does not have IS which makes it harder to use without a tripod. Other than that I'm glad to have this lense!
Sigma lenses have proven to be excellent choices for me since my first (of now 4) lense. Pleasing photograph results has netted my confidence and trust in the name. Certainly a bargain investment in my unprofessional opinion.
After hearing all the praise for Sigma's Art line of lenses I decided to purchase the 35mm and I could not be more happy with my purchase. It is sharp wide open and the bokeh is beautiful. I'll be adding other prime lenses from their art line to my camera bag.
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