• Sigma 150-600 mm Sports

    Sigma 150-600 mm Sports spot light

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  • Combine sharpness with bokeh

    Combine sharpness with bokeh spot light

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  • USB dock for tailor made AF

    USB dock for tailor made AF spot light

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  • Add the Sigma tele-converter

    Add the Sigma tele-converter SPOT LIGHT

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  • Review Sigma 150-600mm Sports @ APS-C

    Review Sigma 150-600mm Sports @ APS-C SPOT LIGHT

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  • Sigma 150-600 mm Sports
  • Combine sharpness with bokeh
  • USB dock for tailor made AF
  • Add the Sigma tele-converter
  • Review Sigma 150-600mm Sports @ APS-C

Sigma 150-600mm Sports Spot Light

 Why would you choose a Sigma 150-600mm Sports when there are is also a less expensive, more compact and lighter—and just as bright—Sigma 150-600mm Contemporary? If you have to pinch every penny to make ends meet, or if every extra gram of camera equipment is one too many for you, then that seems a legitimate question.

Otherwise, it isn’t. The extra sealing against dust and splashwater is an important plus point for the Sigma 150-600mm Sports. The focus ring is also made much wider, which is an important plus point if you want to do filming. Or if you want to focus manually for another reason. You can also carry the 150-600mm Sports more easily, due to the more ample tripod collar.

Last but not least: with the optional USB dock, you have extra options for fine-tuning the focus of the Sigma Sports models. A Sigma 150-600mm Sports is an investment that you will soon forget. The pleasure that the gorgeous shots from the Sigma 150-600mm Sports will give you guarantees that.

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