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    Nikon F301 with 2 lenses

    A friend of mine gifted his Nikon F301 which is in almost perfect condition(even the light seals are in good position). Together he gave me 2 lenses a Tamron SP 28-80mm 1:3.5-4.2 and a Sigma zoom-βII 1:4-5.6 f=60-200mm multicoated. What can you tell me about these lenses; I found some information about the tamron but not for the Sigma.

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    Just Google the Sigma.

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    I serched about the sigma but i didn't find anything...

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    Quote Originally Posted by nick10 View Post
    I serched about the sigma but i didn't find anything...
    Funny but I did. Just Google Sigma 60-200. They were made in lots of mounts--still baloney regardless of how it was sliced.

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    I used to have the Sigma 60-200 with Canon FD mount for quite a long time. It was affordable and very small for a tele-zoom lens, that's why I bought it when I was a student. It was introduced towards the end of the 80s.
    As of now I'd call it a pretty mediocre lens with some flaws at 200mm and wide open, but stopped down it was quite decent.
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    I have the Tamron. It's a good lens.



 

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