Mini reviewThe 180mm focal length and f/2.8 maximum aperture are ideal for low-light sports/action photography as well as tight close-ups.
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Mini reviewThird-party lenses aren't always the poor relations – they can give more features and more performance for your money.
Sigma has squeezed the Foveon x3 sensor from the SD1 Merrill DSLR into this compact camera. It's not your average compact.
The Sigma SD1 Merrill offers a cutting-edge 45MP sensor in a basic body at a new, knock-down price. Is it worth shelling out for?
The Sigma 120-300mm f/2.8 EX DG OS HSM is a cheaper option than Nikon and Canon's astronomically expensive (although superb) pro telephoto lenses. With the new model you get optical stabilisation (OS), and the whole thing adds up to a lens that is far from a lightweight.
Not the newest, but this Sigma zoom lens still has something to offer at the price
Small but feature-packed, this Sigma zoom lens aims to go large on value for money