Sigma 70-300mm f4-5.6 Macro Lens Review (Canon Mount)

Hi guys! Kieran Wright Photography here again with another lens review. Today i’m reviewing the 70-300mm f4-5.6 Macro lens made by sigma (for canon EF). It’s a budget telephoto lens which is jack of all trades but master of none. Still, it has impressed me enough to buy it and use it too! I’ve included a set of photos I’ve taken with the lens at the end of the review 🙂 Enjoy!

Music & Fonts i used in this video:
Allemande by Wahneta Meixsell

Walkway (Font):


Arijit Gupta says:

Very nice review! The video footage is quite blurry because of no IS, how do you achieve sharp images especially at long focal lengths? Do you think this is a good Tele for Sony a55 (APS C sensor with IS in Body)?

Lola Bunny says:

Very nice moon shots! Did you use any extender to get so close? It looks sharp too!

nouskee thao says:

How close to an object to you need to be for the macro option?

Christopher Trott says:

ah thanks for the video. It was helpful. Two questions. It is a full frame lens? Also I was thinking about buying the Sony A7. Also using the Sigma MC11 Sigma EF to Sony E mount lens adapter. Do you think this lens would work with the Sigma MC-11 lens adapter? Thanks.

anmol bansal says:

which one is better tamron 70-300mm di ld or sigma 70-300 dg macro … pls reply asap

lakshay jangid says:

which lens is good sigma or tamron for canon ,70-300mm

M. Omer Shabbir says:

hi, I want to ask, lets say Im using this with A6000 with a manual adapter, which means no electrical contact. Does it affect the normal/macro mode ? is that switch electric or just a lock between zoom range?

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