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Sigma Telephoto Lens for Sony Cameras

Sigma is a major producer of camera lenses, including wide-angle lenses, traditional lenses, telephoto lenses, macro lenses, and even optical stabilising lenses. Sigma's telephoto lenses for Sony cameras are manufactured to work with a variety of Sony-manufactured DSLR cameras and work to shorten the field of distance, allowing photographers to take photos as if they were extremely close to objects that are actually a significant distance away. Sigma telephoto lenses are used in landscape photography, portraiture, action photography, and even abstract photography.

Using a Sigma Telephoto Lens

The Sigma telephoto lenses for Sony cameras have a thin depth of field to achieve the effect of helping an object in the far distance seem closer. However, as with all large lenses, they do magnify any camera shake and wobble, and should be used with a stabiliser for optimum performance.

Telephoto Lens Options

Telephoto lenses come in several different options. Zoom telephoto lenses have either manual or automatic zoom functions, allowing for a range of display options, while prime telephoto lenses for Sony cameras offer a static view range without zooming options. The mounts are also important options to consider, and must match the Sony camera family with which they are meant to be used.

Compatible Sony Cameras

Sigma telephoto lenses are manufactured to work with a variety of Sony cameras. These include the Sony A and the Sony E. Sigma telephoto lenses will not work with the Sony Cybershot family of DSLR cameras or with non-DSLR camera lines manufactured by Sony.

Sigma Companion Products for Telephoto Lenses

Sigma manufactures many accessories that can be used with its telephoto lens. These include filters, caps, teleconverters, flash suppressors, and more. In addition, it also makes many other lenses for Sony cameras, including Sigma auto and manual focus standard camera lenses, wide-angle lenses, and fisheye lenses.

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