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Sigma 60-600mm F/4.5-6.3 OS Sport at a glance:
- EF-Mount Lens/Full-Frame Format
- Aperture Range: f/4.5 to f/32
- Three FLD Elements, One SLD Element
- Super Multi-Layer Coating
- Hyper Sonic AF Motor
- Intelligent OS Image Stabilization
- Removable Arca-Type Tripod Foot
- TSC Material, Dust- and Moisture-Sealed
- Rounded 9-Blade Diaphragm
- Compatible with Sigma Teleconverters
From his conclusion:
The Sigma 60-600mm F/.4.5-6.3 OS HSM Sport is a great achievement. While I didn’t find it as compelling at 600mm as the 150-600mm Sport lens from Sigma, the 60-600 Sport is capable of producing excellent images across its focal range. It’s the perfect lens for the individual that feels constricted at times by the 150mm limitation on the wide of the 150-600mm (which I certainly have myself, at times), allowing one to frame a number of wider scenes along with dialing in a tremendous amount of reach on the telephoto end. While this is unmistakably a very large, very heavy lens, it is commendable that Sigma has managed shave off some weight and noticeably improve the balance of the lens by clever use of advanced materials in the construction. The 60-600 Sport has a heavy duty, thoroughly weather sealed design. It also has effective focus and optical stabilization systems, so the complete package is highly functional.
Dustin Abbott’s review comes with a large set of sample photos, all kind of analysis and insights. The video below is the full review to watch.
Sigma 60-600mm F/.4.5-6.3 OS HSM Sport: