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Lars Johnsson wrote:
Yes one person wrote that. And he still liked the Sigma and will keep that lens. I have used it both indoors and outdoors.
I did that only 7-8 hours ago here in Bangkok. And it's not like we never have had one person saying the AF or something else didn't work good in his 35L.Every test and review I have been reading say the Sigma is great and a better lens than the 35L. And it's also a lot cheaper
"Cheaper" is easily and universally understood, although personally, I wouldn't use that adjective . "Better" is more subjective.
Yes, one person reported that weird behavior but apparently a few others noticed similar issues with their Sigma. Who knows whether it is isolated or widespread and depending on the tolerance level, he or she may want to put up with that quirk or get a Canon lens. I am not married to Canon and I am not against Sigma. Frankly, if know that I could get a Sigma lens without that quirk, I would jump on it. I just hate the potential hassle of buying, returning, and trying out another one, etc.