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Forums > Back > sample gallery - Sigma 65mm f/2 DG DN Series I
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https://photozone.smugmug.com/Sigma-65mm-f2-DG-DN-Contemporary-Series-I/

If you followed my JP trip pictures, you may recognize some.
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Been wondering, are the reviews of DSLR lenses officially toast? (not that there was a lot left to cover, but there were some sweet pieces of latterday technology that I wouldn't have minded to see reviewed).

And no I don't necessarily mean the Tamron 45/1.8. Big Grin
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Well, as you mentioned - other than the occasional manual Chinese lens, there isn't anything new to cover.
I think Markus (yes, he's still alive) may do a couple on the Nikon side.
I don't think that there'll be another EF mount review, though.
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Does the last phrase mean that the 5DSR has vacated the building? Smile

Actually most of the stuff I've been referring to are the Sigma / Tamron lenses (and maybe one Tokina, even). I guess if they get a spin on the D850, I'm not going to complain (I shot with it once... what a fine camera).

But back to the subject, the Sigma 65 looks interesting... Precisely equivalent in FOV to what I had been getting with my old 50/1.8 on the 1D cameras. Smile I can understand being a little overwhelmed by the amount of new lenses to test, anyway - there are literally dozens to choose from, even if all the exotic MF stuff is not taken into account.
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Regarding the 65 - I'm a big fan of the Series I lenses.

Keeping it in stock is probably a good prep for the move to the A7R V.
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