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Old Apr 8, 2011, 7:45 PM   #1
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Default An interesting E5 review

http://www.gsnowdon.com/blog/resourc...us-e-5-review/

One interesting tid bit was that Sigma in the UK has announce no more 150 f2.8 lenses for FT .. thats not good new in my book, as that lens seems to be a cracking bit of glass.
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Old Apr 8, 2011, 8:58 PM   #2
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One interesting tid bit was that Sigma in the UK has announce no more 150 f2.8 lenses for FT .. thats not good new in my book, as that lens seems to be a cracking bit of glass.
With only one Olympus fourthirds camera being currently made, I'm not at all surprised. I have to think that Sigma will pull out of the four thirds lens market
completely as current inventory of 43 lenses is depleted.

By the way, yes, the Sigma 150mm f2.8 is a great lens. I would put it right up there with the 18-50mm f2.8 EX DS lens as far as image quality is concerned.
I got mine in January and really haven't had that much of an opportunity to fully test it. But, what I've seen so far, are very sharp, detailed images with little distortion or CA.
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