SIGMA ZOOM 28-300mm 1: 3.5-6.3 DG MACRO review

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SIGMA ZOOM 28-300mm 1: 3.5-6.3 DG MACRO

SIGMA ZOOM 28-300mm 1: 3.5-6.3 DG MACRO

In short

SIGMA ZOOM 28-300mm 1: 3.5-6.3 DG MACRO - old, very compact Super zoom lens for full-length cameras. Produced for cameras of different brands. Optically weak in the range of 200-300 mm. Has a great ability to shoot 1: 3 macro at 300 mm focal length. In general, the lens is very convenient to use in good lighting conditions, perfect for any travel and street photography tasks.

Despite the weak sharpness in the range of 200-300 mm with SIGMA ZOOM 28-300mm 1: 3.5-6.3 DG MACRO, you can get a satisfactory result, which can please a huge number of amateur photographers. Due to the modest cost in the secondary market, I would not pass by this lens.

SIGMA ZOOM 28-300mm 1: 3.5-6.3 DG MACRO

SIGMA ZOOM 28-300mm 1: 3.5-6.3 DG MACRO

History

In total, there are the following models of class 28-300 / 3.5-6.3 (names are indicated according to the spelling on the lens body)

  1. Sigma Zoom 28-300mm 1: 3.5-6.3 DL HYPERZOOM (28-300mm [D] Ashperical IF, black or silver case color), ø72
  2. Quantaray 28-300mm 1:3.5-6.3 LDO Multi-Coated (28-300mm [D] Ashperical IF), ø72, is a copy of the previous lens
  3. Sigma COMPACT HYPERZOOM 28-300mm 1: 3.5-6.3 (28-300mm [D] Ashperical IF), macro 1: 5.1, ø67
  4. Quantaray 28-300mm 1:3.5-6.3 LDO Multi-Coated (28-300mm [D] Ashperical IF), macro 1: 5.1, ø67, is a copy of the previous lens
  5. Sigma Zoom 28-300mm 1: 3.5-6.3 MACRO, macro 1: 3, ø62
  6. Sigma Zoom 28-300mm 1: 3.5-6.3 DG MACRO, macro 1: 3 (latest version, from this review), ø62, optical design as in the previous model
SIGMA ZOOM 28-300mm 1: 3.5-6.3 DG MACRO

SIGMA ZOOM 28-300mm 1: 3.5-6.3 DG MACRO

Main technical characteristics of SIGMA ZOOM 28-300mm 1: 3.5-6.3 DG MACRO:

Review Instance Name Inscription near the front lens: SIGMA ZOOM 28-300mm 1: 3.5-6.3 DG MACRO ø62 LENS MADE IN JAPAN, inscription on the case SIGMA DG 28-300mm 1: 3.5-6.3 10431844
Basic properties
  • DG - the lens is designed for full-length SLR digital cameras, in this case it is an analogue 'Nikon fx'
  • LOCK - lock (lock) focal length at 28 mm
  • ASP (ASPHERICAL) - the use of aspherical elements in the optical scheme
  • SLD (Special Low Dispersion) - use of elements with extremely low dispersion
  • MACRO - the possibility of amateur macro shooting
  • presence of a diaphragm control ring with aperture lock, analog Nikon NON-G lens
  • support for auto focus via the camera motor, analog Nikon AF
  • the lens transmits the focusing distance to the camera, analog Nikon 'D'
  • internal focus
  • multi-illuminated optics
  • compact sizes
  • red bezel for psychological impact on system users Canon EOS
  • Important: a lens from a third-party manufacturer, which imposes some restrictions on its practical use.
Front Filter Diameter 62 mm
Focal length 28-300 mm, EGF for Nikon DX cameras is 42-450 mm
Zoom ratio 10.7 X (often rounded to 11)
Designed by for digital and film cameras (available in versions for Canon, Minolta / Sony, Nikon, Pentax, Sigma SA).
Number of aperture blades 8 straight petals, form a hole in the shape of a regular octagon
Labels focusing distance in meters and feet, focal lengths for 28, 35, 50, 70, 100, 200, 300 mm, aperture values, aperture lock, zoom lock, mark for setting the lens hood, marking with a magnification of 1: 8.5, 1: 6.4, 1: 4.9, 1: 3.3 and 1: 3
Diaphragm
  • 28mm - F / 3.5-F / 22
  • 35mm - F / 3.8-F / 25
  • 50mm - F / 4.2-F / 32
  • 70mm - F / 4.8-F / 36
  • 100mm - F / 5.3-F / 36
  • 200mm - F / 6-F / 40
  • 300mm - F / 6.3-F / 40

The lens has an aperture ring (Non-G - lens type).

On the aperture ring there are marks F / 3.5, 5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22. The ring has no intermediate values ​​(except for the value between F / 3.5 and F / 5.6).

MDF (minimum focusing distance) 0.5 m over the entire range of focal lengths, the maximum magnification ratio is achieved by 300 mm and is 1: 3
The weight November 460, XNUMX
Optical design 15 elements in 13 groups

One / two low dispersion Super Low Dispersion elements and three / four Aspherical aspherical elements are used.

No exact optical data found

Lens hood bayonet model unknown
Manufacturer country LENS MADE IN JAPAN (Japan)
Period Since about 2006
Price See

When I wrote this review, in the world there were no lenses for full-length cameras with a larger zoom ratio than 10,7 X (300/28 = 10,7). So far, for full-format cameras, the range of focal lengths of 28-300 mm is the limit of technology and this limit has not been overcome for 18 years (from 1999 to 2017). As far as I know, the first such lens was Tamron AF 28-300mm 1: 3.5-6.3 LD Aspherical [IF] MACRO (model A18).

SIGMA ZOOM 28-300mm 1: 3.5-6.3 DG MACRO

SIGMA ZOOM 28-300mm 1: 3.5-6.3 DG MACRO

Assembly

Build quality SIGMA 28-300 / 3.5-6.3 DG MACRO is at a fairly good level. The lens is very nice to the touch, good shot down without any obvious flaws. SIGMA 28-300 / 3.5-6.3 DG MACRO uses a metal mount, but most of the internal parts are made of plastic, which made it possible to make such a super-zoom weighing only 460 grams. The retractable frame of the case consists of two sections (one plastic, the other metal). Rubberized focus and zoom rings. The zoom ring rotates 90 degrees without jerking.

The lens body is covered with a characteristic Sigma lens. velvet, which is typical of many old lenses from SIGMA. This lens is often referred to as the 'Velvet Sigma 28-300'.

SIGMA 28-300 / 3.5-6.3 DG MACRO - has very compact sizes. Its length is only slightly more than the length of whale / full-class lenses. Nikkor 18-55 / 3.5-5.6.

Frame (trunk) of the SIGMA 28-300 / 3.5-6.3 DG MACRO spontaneously changes its size under its own weight (perhaps this begins only with time). For example, when the camera is tilted down, the trunk of the lens spontaneously lengthens (focal length increases). To prevent such an unpleasant nuance, there is a lens case focal length lock button 'LOCK' (the so-called 'lock'), which tightly locks focal length at a value of 28 mm.

To fix the trunk of the lens, you must first set the 28 mm focal length.

It is convenient to 'remove the lens' from the lock before shooting, as the button is in an accessible place (under the thumb of the left hand).

SIGMA 28-300 / 3.5-6.3 DG MACRO uses a plastic lens hood, which is fixed in special grooves located near the front lens of the lens. When changing the focal length, the hood moves with the movable frame of the housing. The hood can be installed in the opposite direction for transportation. In this position, access to the 28 mm focus ring is lost. Due to the huge spread in focal lengths, the lens hood is maximally effective at 28 mm of focal length and practically ineffective in the range of 200-300 mm.

When changing the focal length, the rear lens moves in the middle of the lens body like a pump - it draws in and pushes out air. This behavior of the rear lens is called 'vacuum cleaner effect', which can increase the amount of dust that accumulates in the camera.

Устройство aperture comprises 8 not rounded petals and forms a hole with regular octagons.

SIGMA ZOOM 28-300mm 1: 3.5-6.3 DG MACRO

SIGMA ZOOM 28-300mm 1: 3.5-6.3 DG MACRO

Focusing

Auto focus speed is highly dependent on the selected focal length. Focusing speed at 28 mm focal length very low, with an increase in focal length, the focus speed decreases slightly. Focus speed is independent of camera orientation.

Lens uses internal focus. During focusing, the rear and front lenses remain stationary. When changing the focal length, the front lens does not rotate. You can easily use any filters, for example polarizing or gradient.

The focus ring rotates only 45 degrees. The ring travels smoothly, but it feels like the focus gear rotates with the ring, making the focus less comfortable. The minimum focusing distance is only 50 cm, and the maximum zoom ratio (macro) is achieved by 300 mm focal length and is 1: 3 (excellent indicator for a similar lens). Macro shooting in the focal length range from 200 to 300 mm is a very strong point of this lens. There is a 'MACRO 0.5m / 1.6ft' scale on the front of the retractable barrel (on the trunk) of the lens to indicate the maximum magnification rate during macro shooting.

When used on a camera Nikon D90 (with unpretentious Multi-CAM 1000 focusing system) the lens behaves well, very rarely makes a mistake in focusing. I had no problems with focus accuracy and focus. On camera Nikon D90 I checked the presence of the back and focus front at different focusing distances and different values ​​of the focal length (infinity and MDF as well). Pictures taken using the Live View mode (which does not suffer from back / front focus) were used as a measure. Focusing accuracy using phase sensors completely coincided with the Live View mode.

It's important: auto focus with this lens is available only when using him on cameras with built-in motor focusing.

Exact list Nikon DSLR cameras with a built-in focus motor, on which this lens will focus automatically:

Exact list Nikon DSLR cameras without a built-in focus motor, on which this lens will not focus automatically:

Only auto focus and sound confirmation of focus will not work with these cameras, all other important functions, such as automatic exposure metering and automatic iris control, will work well.

You will find a lot of useful information on the types of cameras and lenses Nikon here.

Focus Features:

  1. SIGMA 28-300 / 3.5-6.3 DG MACRO does not have a focus mode switch. To translate the lens into manual focus on cameras with motor For focusing, use the focus mode switching lever located near the camera mount. For cameras without motor Only manual focus mode will always be available for focusing.
  2. During focusing, the focus ring rotates and must not be touched.
  3. Focus speed may vary slightly from the camera used. This issue has been considered. here.
  4. During focusing, the lens and camera are quite noisy. Noise is heard even during manual focus.
  5. There is a small effect of 'Focus Breathing' (changing the viewing angle during focusing).
  6. SIGMA 28-300 / 3.5-6.3 DG MACRO is a third party lens. It may happen that it will not work correctly with some Nikon cameras. Details on this issue have been reviewed by me here.
  7. When changing the focal length, focusing is lost.
  8. SIGMA 28-300 / 3.5-6.3 DG MACRO transfers the value of the focusing distance to the subject in the camera and is a type lens Nikon D.
  9. The lens has a scale with a focusing distance in meters and feet. The scale is small, on it there are marks only for 10, 5, 3, 2, 1, 0.5 meters and a label of 'infinity'. Such a scale in itself is of little use and is present more for show (justification of this thought here) The distance scale is plotted on the focus ring, and not made using a special window. There is no depth of field scale and labels for working in the infrared spectrum.
  10. SIGMA 28-300 / 3.5-6.3 DG MACRO has no focus problems in Live View mode (tested on Nikon D90).
  11. Unknown compatibility with teleconverters.
  12. SIGMA 28-300 / 3.5-6.3 DG MACRO does not have hard stop (hard infinity mechanical stop) which allows you to accurately and quickly focus the lens at infinity under any external conditions.
  13. There is no focus distance limiter. For example, Nikon 28-200mm 1:3.5-5.6G such a limiter has.
  14. The lens has a manual aperture ring. To be able to control the value aperture from camera or for automatic installation aperture on modern central control valves, you need to turn the control ring to F / 22 and fix it with a special switch, which is located to the right of the marks aperture. The F / 22 value and the latch mark are highlighted in orange to align them. If this is not done, then on a number of cameras, the display will display an error - 'fEE' (ring is not installed aperture) Some cameras having diaphragm rheostatallow you to control the aperture using the ring aperturebut only in metering modes exposure 'M' and 'A'. You can read more about this issue in the section on Non-G Lenses. Ring aperture rotates with clicks, the values ​​F / 3.5, 5.6, 8, 11, 16, 22 (full stops) are plotted on it; set an intermediate value between pairs of numbers using the ring aperture impossible (except for the value between F / 3.5 and F / 5.6). Intermediate values ​​can only be set using the camera menu.

The effect of F / 6.3 on focus:

The instructions for most Nikon cameras indicate the threshold for the maximum relative aperture of the lens with which correct auto focus will be available. Most Nikon cameras are designed for lenses only. no darker than f / 5.6. For example, camera Nikon D90, with the help of which test shots were taken, theoretically should not work correctly with this lens. But nevertheless, as my practice has shown, in conditions with good lighting there are no special problems with automatic focusing even on cameras that are not designed to work with lenses with F / 6.3. SIGMA 28-300 / 3.5-6.3 DG MACRO goes beyond F / 5.6 at a focal length equal to 170 mm, at this value, the maximum relative aperture is already 1: 6.0.

You can find a list of Nikon cameras whose focus sensors can easily focus with lenses with a maximum aperture of F / 5.6-8.0 here. In Live View, the restriction on F / 6.3 may not work.

The same remark applies to cameras from other manufacturers. For the Canon system, see 'Focus Sensors Canon EOS'.

At the time I wrote this review, there were only two super-zooms with a similar zoom ratio that use F / 5.6 at their long end - this Nikon ED AF-S NIKKOR 28-300mm 1: 3.5-5.6G SWM VR IF Aspherical и Canon ZOOM LENS EF 28-300mm 1: 3.5-5.6 L IS USM. Unfortunately, Tamron only makes its super-zooms with F / 6.3 at the long end.

SIGMA ZOOM 28-300mm 1: 3.5-6.3 DG MACRO

SIGMA ZOOM 28-300mm 1: 3.5-6.3 DG MACRO

Image quality

Image quality is tricky. Due to the very wide spread of focal lengths, image quality is highly dependent on the selected focal length value. The SIGMA ZOOM 28-300mm 1: 3.5-6.3 DG MACRO is doing pretty well in the center of the frame in the range of 28-180 mm and rather weak in the range of 180-300 mm. Everything is there - both distortion and chromatic aberration and venetirovanie (when using on full-format cameras).

Aperture in the 200-300mm range has little effect on sharpening. The lens does not tolerate side and back light poorly. SIGMA ZOOM 28-300mm 1: 3.5-6.3 DG MACRO shifts the color to yellow / green shades (considered to be 'dirty' color rendering).

Many flaws in the image quality of this lens can be forgiven because of the record zoom ratio.

SIGMA ZOOM 28-300mm 1: 3.5-6.3 DG MACRO

SIGMA ZOOM 28-300mm 1: 3.5-6.3 DG MACRO

Sample Photos

Pictures from Nikon D90. The photos in the gallery below are shown without processing, the conversion of the source RAW files by the original Nikon ViewNX-i utility without making additional adjustments.

'JPEG' source photos from the camera Nikon D90 can скачать здесь.

SIGMA ZOOM 28-300mm 1: 3.5-6.3 DG MACRO

SIGMA ZOOM 28-300mm 1: 3.5-6.3 DG MACRO

My experience

SIGMA ZOOM 28-300mm 1: 3.5-6.3 DG MACRO Optically Better Versions Tamron 28-300 A06, Tamron 28-300 A061 и Tamron 28-300 VC A20.

Users of expensive full-length cameras are unlikely to ever use the old SIGMA ZOOM 28-300mm 1: 3.5-6.3 DG MACRO. But users of inexpensive cropped cameras with a built-in focus motor can squeeze a lot of positive emotions from an old hyper-zoom, especially if you know how to correctly and confidently take off on a lens without image stabilizer.

Who is looking for a really good similar lens, let him look away Tamron PZD Di 28-300mm F / 3.5-6.3 Piezo Drive VC Model A010 or Nikon 28-300 / 3.5-5.6G.

SIGMA ZOOM 28-300mm 1: 3.5-6.3 DG MACRO

SIGMA ZOOM 28-300mm 1: 3.5-6.3 DG MACRO

List of all Nikon FX 28-XXX autofocus lenses:

The catalog of modern universal lenses for Nikon can be see here.

SIGMA ZOOM 28-300mm 1: 3.5-6.3 DG MACRO

SIGMA ZOOM 28-300mm 1: 3.5-6.3 DG MACRO

List of all autofocus hyper-zooms 28-300 mm

Tamron / Promaster

  1. Tamron AF 28-300mm 1: 3.5-6.3 LD Aspherical [IF] MACRO model A185D
  2. Tamron AF 28-300mm 1: 3.8-6.3 LD Aspherical [IF] MACRO model A285D, The optical design is identical to the Tamron A185D.
  3. Tamron AF Aspherical XR LD [IF] 28-300mm 1: 3.5-6.3 Macro model A06
  4. Tamron AF Aspherical XR DI LD [IF] 28-300mm 1: 3.5-6.3 Macro model A061, The optical design is identical to the Tamron A06.
  5. Tamron AF Aspherical XR DI LD [IF] 28-300mm 1: 3.5-6.3 VC Macro model A20. With stabilizer.
  6. Tamron PZD Di 28-300mm F / 3.5-6.3 Piezo Drive VCModel A010. With stabilizer.
  7. Promaster Spectrum 7XR AF Aspherical LD ​​[IF] 28-300mm 1: 3.5-6.3 Macro, copy of Tamron A06
  8. Promaster Spectrum 7XR EDO AF Aspherical LD ​​[IF] 28-300mm 1: 3.5-6.3 Macro, copy of the model Tamron A061

Sigma / quantaray

  1. SIGMA ZOOM 28-300mm 1: 3.5-6.3 DL HYPERZOOM (black or silver color of the case), ø72
  2. Sigma COMPACT HYPERZOOM 28-300mm 1: 3.5-6.3, ø67
  3. SIGMA ZOOM 28-300mm 1: 3.5-6.3 MACROø62
  4. SIGMA ZOOM 28-300mm 1: 3.5-6.3 DG MACROø62
  5. Quantaray 28-300mm 1: 3.5-6.3 LDO Multi-Coated, ø72, copy of SIGMA ZOOM 28-300mm 1: 3.5-6.3 DL HYPERZOOM
  6. Quantaray 28-300mm 1: 3.5-6.3 LDO Multi-Coated, ø67, copy of Sigma COMPACT HYPERZOOM 28-300mm 1: 3.5-6.3

Tokina / others

  1. Tokina AF 28-300mm 1: 4.0-6.3 ø77 JAPAN (black or silver color of the case), model Tokina 283 AF
  2. Vivitar Series 1 28-300mm 1: 4.0-6.3 MC Auto Focus Zoom JAPAN ø77 (black or silver color), copy of Tokina 283 AF
  3. Cosina 28-300 mm 1: 4.0-6.3 MC lens mde in Japan ø77 (black or silver color), copy of Tokina 283 AF
  4. PHOENIX 28-300mm 1: 4.0-6.3 AF ZOOM ø77 MADE IN JAPAN (black or silver case color), copy of Tokina 283 AF
  5. EXAKTA 28-300mm 1: 4.0-6.3 MC MADE IN JAPAN ø77 (black or silver body color), copy of Tokina 283 AF
  6. Promaster Spectrum 7 28-300mm 1: 4.0-6.3 MC LENS MADE IN JAPAN ø77 (black or silver body color), a copy of Tokina 283 AF. There may be other copies of the Tokina 283 AF.

Nikon & Canon

  1. Nikon ED AF-S NIKKOR 28-300mm 1: 3.5-5.6G SWM VR IF Aspherical, with a stabilizer.
  2. Canon ZOOM LENS EF 28-300mm 1: 3.5-5.6 L IS USM, with a stabilizer.

The names of the lenses are indicated according to the inscriptions on their body. Do you know similar lenses or any useful information on them - please add it to the comments. To this list, I would also add a similar lens with 10x zoom for Sony full-frame mirrorless cameras - Sony FE 3.5-6.3 / 24-240mm OSS.

SIGMA ZOOM 28-300mm 1: 3.5-6.3 DG MACRO

SIGMA ZOOM 28-300mm 1: 3.5-6.3 DG MACRO

Catalog of modern Sigma lenses can look at this link.

In the comments, you can ask a question on the topic and they will definitely answer you, and you can also express your opinion or share your experience. For the selection of photographic equipment, I recommend large catalogs, for example E-Catalog. Many little things for the photo can be found on AliExpress.

Results

SIGMA ZOOM 28-300mm 1: 3.5-6.3 DG MACRO attracts with its large zoom ratio, good opportunities for amateur macro shooting, very compact size, low cost. Repels with poor image quality in the range of 200-300 mm. In general, the purchase and use of such a lens remains very controversial.

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Comments: 16, on the topic: SIGMA ZOOM 28-300mm 1 review: 3.5-6.3 DG MACRO

  • Molchanov Yuri

    Thank you for a good practical review!

  • Pokekmon

    Again, Canon quipped a red ring :-)

    • Arkady Shapoval

      I can do this with Nikon in the next review of a similar Sigma, because the previous version had a golden ring :)

      • Iskander

        Arkady, how do you top up your phone balance? I live in Russia. Thanks.

        • Arkady Shapoval

          If you want to help Radozhiva, please use the details in the 'Donation'. Thanks.

  • anonym

    You write:

    In total there are the following models of class 28-300 / 3.5-6.3

    Sigma Zoom 28-300mm 1: 3.5-6.3 DL HYPERZOOM (black or silver color of the case), macro 1: 2.9
    Sigma Zoom 28-300mm 1: 3.5-6.3 MACRO
    SIGMA ZOOM 28-300mm 1: 3.5-6.3 DG MACRO, macro 1: 3 (latest version, from this review)

    In fact, there are four of these models; Missed Compact Hyperzoom. It was released after DL and before Macro. Keep in mind that the last two (Macro and Macro DG) are essentially the same model (the practical difference is that DG is compatible with digital “canons”). The models are most easily distinguished by the diameter of the filter thread (and the size of the cover, respectively): 72 mm, 67 mm and 62 mm for Macro and DG Macro.

    • Arkady Shapoval

      Fixed
      + updated that Quantaray 28-300mm is a copy of Sigma COMPACT HYPERZOOM.

  • Kirill Yankovsky

    Finally! great toy! I had the pleasure to shoot a little of this Sigma on the D7100. At first I thought it was soapy stuff - then I studied its capabilities and made very good shots. Very unusual drawing and color, interesting for super zoom. But at 200-300, its maximum sharpness is only from f10 to f16. In vain I sold now with the transition to D800 I'm looking again

  • Dmitriy

    Thanks for the great review! I myself used the ultra-zoom from Sigma on the D5200 (though with optical stabilization already). It feels like a convenient thing, especially on a trip abroad and without a tripod, when “you can take a picture of yourself and your wife against the background of that waterfall” and not carry 2 extra pounds of lenses with you.
    At the same time, the lens, when photographing immediately in jpg format, is simply terrible: constant misses in white balance, glare and overexposure. The standard lens hood (it is the same for all sigma in shape) at a wide angle necessarily gives vignetting and gets into the frame.
    At night, f / 2,8 will be sorely missed; without a stabilizer and tripod at night, handheld shooting will be extremely problematic. Resolution is rather weak. The lens lacks a wide angle.

  • Ilyas

    divine universalaaal)

  • Alexander

    Thank you so much for your work! It helps to understand very complex issues and make an informed decision.

  • anonym

    I think to collect a warm tube travel kit and complement the D70 with this lens, do you think it is worth it? 6mp in theory should allow even the cheapest lens =))

    • Vitaly N

      But not a narrow 28mm for travel?

    • Oleg

      Better then 18-200. The difference between 28 mm and 18 mm is palpable - the same as between 300 and 200 - 1,5 times, but with 200 mm it will be possible to crop a picture and get, albeit digital, but analogous to 300 mm, but with 28 mm 18 mm in no way not, and this will be sorely missed when photographing landscapes and architecture.

  • Oleg

    I read that “Repulses by poor image quality in the range of 200-300 mm”. Looked at examples of photos at 300 mm ... Is this “poor quality” ???

    • Michael

      If you look at full sizes, and not 3MP previews, then yes, weakly

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