If you really don't need wider than 18 and can live with the limited range then the sigma 18-35 is without a doubt the way to go. It is the sharpest zoom lens you can get on a crop body and its f/1.8
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Shocking. Just simply shocking. Plus unbelievable.
Well, as stated, I am not good at this....... yet. I will get it better with some practise and I suppose adjusting/setting up the camera properly. I think that the problem I have on the photos might be using the 15 point area focus points - the camera might not be selecting the correct one? The first tests with 1+4 was much better.
You will see that both the 15-85 and 100-400 not perfectly in focus very time on the link below.
accel/decel tracking +2
AF point switching 0
First image priority - focus
Second image priority - focus
I would also like to know if I have something to worry about.
sigma 18-35 f1.8
Hoodie from yesterday. Series of five on today's post.
If you shoot mostly landscapes, go for the 6D; there are way better UWA options for FF than for APS-C.'
For safaris, your landscape lenses probably won't be long enough, so rent what you need.