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| p.1 #1 · Traded Nikon 14-24 f2.8G for Sigma 35 f1.4 |
Well, I've just sold my 14-24 and will be putting the money towards the Siggy 35 f1.4. Got £920 for the Nikon and the Siggy is £799 so that helped a little but I still feel sorta odd for having traded one of the best Nikon lenses ever for a Sigma! Am I mad??
People always say that the 14-24 is one of their least used lenses but one they can't let go. I totally get it. It was a very hard decision for me to make this move but I rarely use the 14-24, and am always longing to have 35mm covered in my kit list. I think as far as useage goes this is a good move and the Siggy will spend most of it's life attached to one of my cameras, plus I have 24mm covered with the 24 f1.4. My focus is leaning much more towards portraiture and weddings these days and my landscape stuff has taken a back seat considerably. Plus, on FF 24mm is plenty wide to still do landscape work should I feel the need.
In any other scenario I wouldn't even consider trading a Nikon for a Sigma but this lens seems to be getting nothing but outstanding reviews. Anyone else finding themselves trading in Nikon glass for this new Sigma, or planning to do so?