Trevor McCall-Peat Reviews the Sigma 120-300mm F2.8 DG OS HSM | SPORTS

The Sigma 120-300mm F2.8 DG OS HSM | SPORTS lens was recently put through its paces and expertly reviewed by wildlife photographer Trevor McCall-Peat. Taking the lens out into the field for a rigorous test run, first impressions were positive as he attached the sleek modern lens to his trusty Canon 1D Mark IV body.

While other longer telephoto lenses may fall short where stability and portability are concerned, MacCall-Peat was happy to report that the two Optical Stabilizer modes and design of the lens make handheld shooting a lot easier than expected.

A must-read for any photographer curious about what Sigma lenses have to offer, this review is less about specs and instead, focuses on the real-life performance of the lens. Well-written, informative and interesting, head on over to the Londolozi blog for the full review featuring the breath-taking images captured by Trevor McCall-Peat and the Sigma 120-300mm F2.8 DG OS HSM | SPORTS lens.

Young Female Waterbuck by Trevor McCall-Peat© Trevor McCall-Peat

Piva Male by Trevor McCall-Peat© Trevor McCall-Peat

Lowlight conditions by Trevor McCall-Peat© Trevor McCall-Peat