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    [SALE] Super Telephoto for Canon SLR.

    Hello,

    I'm selling a lens SIGMA 150-500mm APO DG OS HSM for CANON!

    Less than 2 months of use.



    includes:

    - Front and back covers
    - Amount-Tripod
    - Lens Hood
    - Case
    - Original box and warranty papers

    PRICE: $ 750.00

    Lens in FLL-USA. All USA Ship.


    Some photos with this lens:










    Thanks to Phil Derner for giving me this space.

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    Senior Member gonzalu's Avatar
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    Since folks tend to ask me a lot about choices of camera and related gear, could I ask you why you're selling it?
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    Hello Manny!

    When I moved here, it was only with the 18-135mm lens kit. My telephoto sold in Brazil because I needed to have money on hand to finish some personal disputes before traveling.

    Upon arriving here I had to install and did not know how much could spend without compromising with the initial costs of change here as installation of basic services here home. So I bought this lens for not running out shooting because it is what I like to do on weekends. But my goal is to buy a Canon 100-400mm.





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    Quote Originally Posted by gonzalu View Post
    Since folks tend to ask me a lot about choices of camera and related gear, could I ask you why you're selling it?
    Manny,

    Which one could be better? 50-500 or 150-500?

    I'd like to get 50-500. Sigma doesn't make anymore for my camera - Olympus, but I could prolly find one used. I do know, that good sharpness I could get @ ~ 400-450 but not 500.
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    Lens exchanged with another photographer! Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gintaras B. View Post
    Manny,

    Which one could be better? 50-500 or 150-500?

    I'd like to get 50-500. Sigma doesn't make anymore for my camera - Olympus, but I could prolly find one used. I do know, that good sharpness I could get @ ~ 400-450 but not 500.
    Gintaras, not sure if Manny will be answering, but I went with the 150-500 because I felt that a 10x zoom range had to be making some optical compromises that the 150-500 did not...search the 'net for comparisons of the two

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