I noticed, along with another poster below, that the Sigma 10-20mm is a bit more scarce nowadays, which strikes me as odd since I would have thought people would be flocking to the new Nikon 10-24mm DX. Do you think Sigma is phasing this lens out to clear the way for their new 10-20mm f3.5? I sincerely hope not - I was hoping they would keep both lenses in productions, the f4-5.6 for the poor man (me), and the f3.5 for the rich man. But I can see how they might want to force everyone up to the f3.5, especially if it ends up pricing under Nikon 10-24mm, which i am guessing it will.
Is current Sigma 10-20mm f4.5.6 about to be phased out?(4 posts) (2 voices)
oh - duh, I see that the new sigma f3.5 MSRP is to be $740. i wonder what street will be, and how that will impact the street price of the f4-5.6. If it pushes it low enough, I can see Sigma deciding not to bother to produce the lens at all anymore.
oooops! that was the MSRP for the f4-5.6. Nevermind. wonder what the MSRP will be for the f3.5. Probably still lower than the Nikon 10-24mm
It has been fun talking to myself here. bye
@ leonSalvador : LOL it was fun watching you talk to your self !! LOL ... catch you later !
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