Sigma 150-500mm f5-6.3 APO DG OS HSM

Instrukcja obsługi Sigma 150-500mm f5-6.3 APO DG OS HSM

  • Thank you very much for purchasing a Sigma Lens. In order to get the
    maximum performance and enjoyment out of your Sigma lens, please read
    this instruction booklet thoroughly before you start to use the lens.
    This lens functions in the same way as a G Type auto-focus Nikon lens
    (without an aperture ring). Functions may be restricted depending on the
    lens/camera combination. For more details, please refer to the camera’s
    instruction manual.
    This Lens functions same as a FAJ Type (type without Aperture) auto-focus
    Pentax lens. Depending on the combination with camera some restrictions
    with its functions may result. For more details, please refer to instruction
    manual of the camera in use etc.
    When this lens is attached to the camera body it will automatically function in the
    same way as the camera manufacturer’s lens. Please refer to the instruction
    booklet for your camera body.
    On the lens mount surface, there are a number of couplers and electrical
    contacts. Please keep them clean to ensure proper connection.
    While changing the lens, be sure to place it front end down to avoid damaging
    the rear mount.
    The Sigma lens functions automatically once attached to the camera. Please
    refer to the camera instruction book.
    This lens features Sigma’s built-in Hyper Sonic Motor (HSM). The HSM
    enables quick and quiet autofocusing.
    For autofocus operation, set the focus mode switch on the lens to the “AF
    position (fig.2). If you wish to focus manually, set the focus mode switch on the
    lens to the “M” position. You can adjust the focus by turning the focus ring.
    For autofocus operation, set the camera to AF mode and set the focus mode
    switch on the lens to the “AF” position (fig.2). If you wish to focus manually, set
    the focus mode switch on the lens to theM” position. You can adjust the focus
    by turning the focus ring.
    Please refer to camera’s instruction manual for details on changing the
    camera’s focusing mode.
    For Nikon, Pentax and Sony mounts, it is only possible to use AF with
    camera bodies which support motors driven by ultrasonic waves such as
    HSM. AF will not function if the camera body does not support this type of
    This lens also permits manual focusing even in the autofocus mode. With
    the camera set to the One-Shot AF (AF-S) mode, it is possible to manually
    override the autofocus while the shutter release button is pressed halfway.
    When operating this lens in manual focus mode, it is recommended that
    correct focus be confirmed visually in the viewfinder rather than relying on
    the distance scale. This is due to possible focus shift resulting from
    extreme changes in temperature which cause various components in the
    lens to expand and contract. Special allowance is made for this at the
    infinity setting.
    Rotate the Rubber grip on the zoom ring to the desired position.
    This lens is also equipped with Zoom Lock Switch to eliminate the zoom creep
    when the lens is tilted down. Please set zooming ring to 150mm and set the
    zoom lock switch to theLOCK” position, (fig.3), however, please slide the
    lens to the “UNLOCK” position from “LOCK” position, before taking the
    (except Pentax AF and SONY mount)
    This OS
    (Optical Stabilizer)
    lens effectively compensates for image blurring
    caused by camera shake.
    With this lens, you can take pictures at shutter speeds approx 4 steps slower
    than you could without using the OS function of this lens and can get sharp
    Set the OSOptical Stabilizerswitch to Mode 1 (fig. 4). Press the shutter
    button halfway down, confirm the image in the viewfinder is stable then take
    the picture.
    (It takes approximately 1 second to produce a stable image, after
    pressing the shutter button halfway). Mode
    , detects the vertical camera
    shake, and overcomes blurring. It is effective on subjects moving horizontal to
    the camera.
    The blurring compensation function of Optical Stabilizer is effective for
    hand-held shooting. In the following conditions, Optical Stabilizer may not
    function properly.
    Shots from the a moving vehicle If there is a considerable camera
    motion or shake.
    Please do not use Optical Stabilizer in the following situations.
    When the lens is mounted on a tripod. Bulb (long time exposure).
    Optical Stabilizer function is powered from the camera. If the OS lens is
    attached to your camera and activated, shooting capacity of your camera
    will be lower than with conventional lenses used with the same camera. If
    you are not using Optical Stabilizer, please turn OFF the OS switch, in order
    to prevent consumption of a battery.
    Be sure to turn of OS switch to OFF position, before attaching or detaching
    the lens to the camera.
    The Optical Stabilizer continues to operate after you release your finger
    from the shutter button, as long as the exposure meter displays the
    exposure value. Never remove the lens or remove the camera’s battery
    while the image stabilizer is operating, you could damage the lens.
    Although the viewfinder image may appear to shake immediately after
    shooting and at the start of the flash charge cycle of the built-in flash of the
    camera etc., it will not cause any effect on pictures.
    If the camera power is turned off or lens is detached while the Optical
    Stabilizer function is in operation, the lens may emit a chattering noise, but
    this is not a malfunction.
    Optical Stabilizer feature can work with the Nikon AF cameras shown in the
    following table. When using this lens with other camera models not listed in
    the following table, please set the OS Switch to OFF position to cancel the
    Optical Stabilizer function.
    Digital SLR Cameras and F6, F5, F100, F80/N80, U (F65/N65), U2
    From our homepage, you can check the latest information regarding the
    camera models, which can be used with Optical Stabilizer function.
    This lens is equipped with a tripod socket. When you loosen the locking knob on
    the collar, the lens and camera can rotate freely to easily position the camera
    horizontally or vertically (fig.5).
    1. It is possible to remove the lens’ tripod socket, for more convenient
    hand-held photography, if desired. To do so, first loosen the tripod collar
    locking knob, and, align the index mark of the collar, with the REMOVE
    position (fig.6).
    2. Then, pull the tripod collar straight back, as shown in Fig.7, removing the
    When you wish to re-attach the tripod collar to the lens, please reverse the
    procedure above.
    Please, do not set the tripod collar to the REMOVE position, except when
    you are removing, or attaching, the tripod collar, as the lens may
    inadvertently detach from the collar and fall. Also, please remember to
    tighten the locking knob to prevent the lens from rotating unintentionally.
    When the lens is mounted on the camera, the tripod collar cannot be removed
    from the lens.
    Please attach the shoulder strap to the sling as described in figure 8.
    The camera’s built-in flash will cause barrel shadow if used with this lens. For
    best results, please only use an external flash unit.
    The lens can be used with Sigma’s 1.4x EX or 2.0x EX Apo Tele Converters
    (optional), becoming a 210-700mm F7-9 telephoto zoom lens or a
    300-1000mm F10-13 telephoto zoom lens respectively both can be used in
    manual focus only.
    Do not use other manufacturers’ teleconverter’s, only those listed above are
    The Pentax mount Tele Converter is not compatible with this particular lens.
    We recommend the DG APO Tele-Converters when using with DSLR
    A bayonet type detachable `hood is provided with the lens. This lens hood
    helps to prevent flare and ghosted images caused by extraneous light.
    Attach the hood and turn clockwise until it stops rotating. (fig.9)
     Zoom Lock Switch
     OS Switch
    (except Pentax AF and SONY mount)
     Lens Hood
    Filter Attachment Thread
    Focus Ring
    Distance Scale
    Focus Index Line
     Zoom Ring
     Focus Mode Switch
     Mount
     Tripod Socket

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Specyfikacje Sigma 150-500mm f5-6.3 APO DG OS HSM

Marka Sigma
Model 150-500mm f5-6.3 APO DG OS HSM
Produkt Soczewka
EAN 0851267375420, 3610480191326, 0085126737542, 5052695677673, 5053460108255, 0989898523092
Język Angielski
Typ pliku PDF
Kolor produktu Czarny
Waga i rozmiary
Waga produktu 1780g
Długość produktu 252mm
Średnica 94.7mm
Wielkość filtra 86mm
Pozostałe funkcje
Powiekszenie 1:5.2x
System obiektywów
Kąt widzenia po przekątnej (maks) 16.4°
Liczba elementów przysłony 9
Najmniejsza odległość ogniskowa 2.2m
Minimalna przesłona 5
Element dla SLR
Struktura soczewki 21/15
Typ obiektywu Teleobiektyw
Maksymalna przesłona 22
interfejs mocowania obiektywu -
Stabilizator obrazu
Ręczne ustawianie ostrości
Automatyczne ustawienie ostrości
Kompatybilność Ca✗n

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