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Sigma 24-70mm f/2.8 IF EX DG HSM AF Standard Zoom Lens for N 174 of 185 people found the following review helpfulExactly what I expected for the $$$ (and a little more) By Alaskan Photog on August 7, 2009Style Name: Nikon Digital SLR Cameras Verified Purchase I’m currently using a Nikon D90 but the D700 is on the horizon for me. This meant that I am not buying any DX lenses anymore. I have the Tokina 11-16, Nikkor 70-300 VR, Nikkor 50mm 1.8 and the D90 kit lens 18-105 VR (never been happy with the kit lens). So the only focal range I needed was basically 17-70 and the DX Nikkor 17-55 is out. The logical approach was the Nikkor 24-70 f/2.8 but ugh… I’m not making $$$ from my shots yet and $1999 was a bit much to swallow. I rented the Nikkor and the Sigma to compare side by side and I really loved the Sigma’s compact but solid presence compared to the relatively big and long Nikkor (chalk up one point for the Sigma)… I took about 150 shots with both lenses and I really could not find too many differences… Certainly none that stood out. I’ll admit that I’m a bit of a pixel peeper and I was truly looking for the lesser priced lens to come up short but honestly only some very minor flare issues (shooting directly into the late evening sun) even showed up. On my crop framed D90 the sharpness was superb on both lenses, color, contrast and focusing accuracy and speed was exactly what I expected. VERY VERY good. One thing that added to the cost of the Sigma though (chalk up a point for Nikkor) is the 82mm filter size. They are not easy to find and are almost always more expensive (high quality Digital UV filter was $100). I now have my FX frame lens lineup set and I’m very happy with it as I purchased this lens right here at Amazon. Now… to save for that D700… *sigh*Moral of the story is… if you want to save $800 and have a lens that you’d be hard pressed to tell the difference from the venerable Nikkor… get this Sigma 24-70 2.8 HSM.Read more › (window.AmazonUIPageJS ? AmazonUIPageJS : P).load.js(’http://z-ecx.images-amazon.com/images/G/01/AUIClients/ReviewsLightbox-f7cca4f3cbb4813a75feaa203b934580e93504bc.min._V2_.js’); P.when(”jQuery”).execute(function(jQuery) { P.when(”reviewsLightbox-js”).execute(function() { var reviewImageGallery = new ReviewGalle

Foto&Tech FTRC-6 IR Wireless Remote Control For Canon EO 61 of 63 people found the following review helpfulGreat product for a very affordable price! By Theresia on March 29, 2014Size: 1 PC Verified Purchase I have a 60D and this little remote worked perfectly! A few things:-On the back of the remote, there’s a little switch on the left side with 2 options (”2″ and a circle) - slide it to “2″-You have to set your drive mode to the 2 second delay option-Pull the little plastic tab off (protecting the battery) before using. Duh.-You have to stand right in front of the camera (or at least place the remote in front of the camera if you’re not taking a selfie)-it DOES auto focus your camera based on your selected autofocus point-it DOES NOT have the “half press” button…once it’s pressed down, your camera will automatically focus on the focus point and take the picture in one sweep.Other things:It’s super cute and small and you can easily hide it in the palm of your hand.It’s plastic, but somewhat durable plastic (for the price, it’s still totally worth it)It comes with a cute little carrying pouch. Nice touch.You have to smile when taking a selfie or else your picture doesn’t turn out as nice. 3 Comments Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Sending feedback… Thank you for your feedback. If this review is inappropriate, please let us know. Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again 33 of 33 people found the following review helpfulWorks great with Canon SL1 By BLaid on April 15, 2014Size: 1 PC Verified Purchase We are getting a 15′-20′ range with this and fresh batteries. It took a little while to figure out how to get the camera to recognize the remote. On the SL1 go to menu, look at the timer options and you’ll see an icon that shows a remote and a symbol that looks similar to a wifi signal symbol. Select that and it’s connected. 5 Comments Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Sending feedback… Thank you for your feedback. If this review is inappropriate, please let us know. Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again 18 of 18 people found the following review helpfulPerfect for a total novic

Selfie Stick, iKross 40-inch Selfie Handheld Extendable Mon 10 of 10 people found the following review helpfulMassive and really useful By Bob Tobias #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on April 12, 2015Color: Black In total, it’s 12″ long and about 2″ across. Now, I don’t know you and you don’t know me but if you think forearm (elbow to wrist) that’s probably not far off. It weighs about 5-1/4 ounces, less than two decks of cards. (I go with what I know.) In other words, it’s perhaps bigger than you might expect and pretty light for its size.It comes with a couple adapters. The first is straight forward and for GoPro and GoPro wannabe cameras. The second is a clamp designed for those new fangled cellular telephones. It expands from about 2-1/8″ to (depending on your upper body strength) 3″. That’s enough for: - An iPhone 4/5 possibly including your case - An iPhone 6 probably not with your case - An iPhone 6+ just barely and definitely without a case.All of those are with the phone in landscape mode. If you want to capture images in portrait mode there are a number of options that allow you to position your phone properly. However, the clamp will still be along the sides of your device.This tripod compares in many ways to the Joby GP2-D1EN GorillaPod Flexible Tripod for Digital SLR Cameras with Bubble Level. In particular, the iKross tripod: - It’s about the same weight. - The legs are longer giving more options for stabilization. - Its half the price. - The legs are covered with a grippy, sponge-like material. That has allowed me to wrap it securely around tree branches, street signs, and the like to grab shots that would otherwise be impossible. - The ball head locks firmly in place.Read more › 1 Comment Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Sending feedback… Thank you for your feedback. If this review is inappropriate, please let us know. Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again 8 of 9 people found the following review helpfulGood! By Melissa on December 7, 2014Size: MonopodColor: Black Verified Purchase I just got it. It great so far!! Fits good in my Nikon cool pix s9600.The only problem is that it doesn’t have a remote control, the only way to take pictures is smiling or putting the timer. Comment Was this re

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