Best Telephoto Lens For Canon
Sigma 200-500mm f/2.8 APO EX DG Ultra-Telephoto Zoom Lens for Canon DSLR Cameras
Best Telephoto Lens For Canon is very nice product. I was an amateur photographer, and for a long I time I’ve had enormous dreams of being pro – crowds-cheering-my-name-asking-for-my-autograph-kind-of-pro. That’s right, I wanted to score big. Finally, I decided it was time to upgrade from my iPhone to some serious equipment. After restless nights of searching, I found out about this lens, and boy oh boy, I knew right away that this luscious green baby is THE lens for me! So I took the plunge and bought this lens with money I scraped together from some scholarships, from my grandparents’ will, and from twenty years of donating plasma every month.
So after getting this lens, in its gloriously green MINT condition, I couldn’t wait to stick it on my refurbished Nikon and try it out for some photos around town. Now, this thing may be just a tad heavier than my iPhone, but I’m a pretty sturdy guy, and I didn’t mind slinging it on my shoulder strolling down the street feeling like a real pro. Downside is people started to stare and point at me, and some even started bolting down the street when I tried to take pictures. Capture the moment, they say, so I took some *nice* pictures of people running. Gorgeous photos! TACK sharp. I could literally count every single strand of DNA on peoples’ hair when I pixel-peep my photos. Unfortunately, a while later, sirens blazed down. At least 6 police cars raced up, surrounded me, and blared at me to “Put my hands up in the air and drop all weapons”.
So I had a rough start with the lens. I had been feeling a bit bummed that I couldn’t use it for my everyday shooting in broad daylight. Well, turns that I didn’t need to, because I found out that, with the amazing reach of this lens, I could take wedding photos over in L.A. from New York without even putting my pants on and leaving the house. What’s more, I can see Russia from my backyard. (Gorgeous landscapes!). AND, I recently saw that Jupiter actually has *70* moons and not *69*, thanks to this len’s phenomenal low-light capabilities. (NASA, you missed one).Promised Review by Bowei Zhao