KevinBarrett wrote:Geez, Pako! Why do you have to make so much sense?
KevinBarrett wrote: How is the Sigma 70-200/2.8 for sharpness at full aperture?
KevinBarrett wrote: We'll assume the Zeiss has a 1 stop advantage over the Sigma.
bossel wrote:Ah humm ... do I miss something or isn't 1.4 - 2.8 2 stops? Anyway, I read somehwere, for a wedding better use a zoom. Rather get the shot than utmost corner sharpness if you get one I only did 1 wedding as a guest and was happy to have a zoom.
KevinBarrett wrote:But I'm sold on the Sigma 70-200 II Macro: it's a focal length range I already know I will use and appreciate, plus I can add a teleconverter later to get 400mm at f/5.6. I just have to find a reputable dealer with one in stock.
pakodominguez wrote:but, how about the Zeiss?
KevinBarrett wrote:pakodominguez wrote:but, how about the Zeiss?
Oh, Pako. I have the worst kind of indecision. The cart is full and I can't click "Purchase" because I keep thinking about the mere 1 stop advantage of the Sigma over my beercan, and right when I've learned how to correct the CA at 200mm. I keep thinking how I'm mostly satisfied with the lenses I have now and what would benefit me most at a wedding is another digital mount. Then I think about the a700 successor due this fall and I freeze, empty my shopping cart, and start assembling a fresh wish-list instead.
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