Sigma AF 28mm f/1.8 Aspherical II

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The Sigma AF 28mm f/1.8 Aspherical II is a camera glass that can be used with different camera brands. It can focus on objects that are relatively close to the lens. The bokeh, or the quality of the out-of-focus areas, is generally pleasing. The lens can be used with both autofocus and manual focus modes. It has several lens elements that are coated to reduce reflections and improve contrast. The lens is well-built and can last for a long time. The aperture can be adjusted to control the amount of light that enters the lens. It has high resolution, which means that it can capture fine details in the image. There are other lenses that can be used as alternatives to this lens, depending on the photographer’s needs and preferences. The lens was manufactured at a certain time, and it may not be available anymore.

Optical design

Has 6 aperture blades, this number of blades are commonly used. Having rounded blades provides out of focus circle shape closer to a circle. Wide open, subjects located outside the depth of field are shown very blurred.

Physical characteristics

69 mm long, this small lens should be always in the camera bag. Weights 290 grams so consider putting to your camera bag. With a lens filter diameter of 58 mm commonly filter size, offers a wide range of filter options.

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