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| p.13 #11 · Sigma 35mm f1.4 DG. WOW WOW WOW |
Not sure how close up you want to get to your dogs, but even on a crop camera, this is a fairly wide angle lens. I'd think a telephoto lens like a 70-200mm would be much better if you want to take photos of an active dog. Check out the new nikon 70-200mm F4 lens.
Is the autofocus fast enough to track dogs running? I'm using Nikon D800 and thinking about this lens as my next buy.
I would say no. It's just a smooth focus. It's not glaringly fast but it's nice and smooth and in my case very very accurate.
It sharp wide open and stupidly sharp by F2.8. I'd go so far as to say equally as sharp as my 200 F2 VR2.
So good for "stationary" dog portrait but not for action dogs. Is Nikon 35mm f1,4 better in this respect than the Siggy?