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    Hey Bryan, how about Sigma 300-800mm review.



    Hey Bryan


    Could you do a reveiw of the Sigma 300-800mm? Or at least some ISO 112233 crops of it?


    John

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    Re: Hey Bryan, how about Sigma 300-800mm review.



    <span style="font-size: 10pt; color: black; font-family: Verdana;"]Hey John,<o></o>


    <span style="font-size: 10pt; color: black; font-family: Verdana;"]I know that no one executes reviews as well as <st1:city w:st="on"]<st1lace w:st="on"]Bryan</st1lace></st1:city>, but incase you haven't already looked, here'sone from The Luminous Landscape:-)<o></o>
    <p style="margin: 0in 0in 0pt;" class="MsoNormal"]A Review of the Sigma 300-800mm f5.6 zoom lens

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    Re: Hey Bryan, how about Sigma 300-800mm review.



    Yeah I have looked at that review, I wanted someone with a hands on comparison with the 300-800mm and the 800mm L. I'm so torn between these two lenses. I would have emailed Bryan directly, but my email doesn't work.

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    Re: Hey Bryan, how about Sigma 300-800mm review.



    Hi John,


    Thanks for the suggestion - that would definitelybe a fun lens to evaluate. Based on my currently-overloaded to-do list, I likely will not get to this one in the near future though. I can tell you that the 800 L is a great lens.

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    Re: Hey Bryan, how about Sigma 300-800mm review.



    Looks like a great lens.


    But, the price is also great.


    I'd have a hard time justifying spending $6000 (not including the associated tripod mounts) to take a picture of a 50 cent squirrel.

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    Re: Hey Bryan, how about Sigma 300-800mm review.



    Thanks Bryan for responding.


    I probably won't be perchasing this lens in the near future either (1-2 years)so that's not a problem.

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