Does it really effect Sony users? Well, not really as the price for the non-OS lenses were already at this price range … yeah, the advantage of having in-body image stabilizer, cheaper third party lenses anyway!
The lens have seen a downward price reduction of USD300, which I guess we will not see as much a reduction on the street price, probably half of that amount? Latest price check on B&H photo states that they are selling it for USD1,399 (which is the price announced by Sigma, reduced from USD1,699). Nevertheless, it will make it a more attractive alternative for most users (including myself). I wonder if they have also reduced the price for the 50-150mm F2.8 … to complement my current 18-50mm F2.8 on the Canon …
So more lens for you ?
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