Sigma 18-50mm f/3.5-5.6 DC

P. J. Alling webstertwentysix at gmail.com
Wed Oct 14 23:53:00 EDT 2009


I'd like to know the secret of trading the same lens twice...

Bong Manayon wrote:
> As far as kit lenses, go the Pentax 18-55 is as good as it gets, so
> between that and the Sigma, I'd stick with the Pentax.
>
> Yeah, I used to have an FA 28-90.  It was not bad, but it was not
> something to rave about either.  I later traded it for an FA 28-105
> then an FA 24-90.
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> On Sun, Oct 11, 2009 at 12:55 AM, Dennis Gibson <wb6tnb at cox.net> wrote:
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>> Has anyone used both the Sigma and the Pentax 18-55mm? I shot a bunch of
>> interiors with the Pentax awhile back and didn't look at them until now. I
>> shouldn't be surprised at the barrel distortion at 18mm but it's worse than
>> I expected. Previously almost everything was shot outdoors where it's not as
>> noticeable. I know; kit lenses aren't anything worth writing home about. I
>> wonder if the Sigma is any better. I have an opportunity to get one at a
>> very reasonable price.
>>
>> Anyone here using the Pentax-FA 28-90mm? I'm quite underwhelmed with mine
>> but fortunately paid very little for it.
>>
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