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End of Summer  storm cell passes through Perth tonight 

Leica SL2-S. VARIO-ELMARIT SL 24-90 ASPH

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Tonights storm cell passes through by Ross Funnell, on Flickr
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2 hours ago, Daniel C.1975 said:

I wanted to have a short tele and macro. The Sigma currently is the only choice,

If you don't mind manual focus there's also the Leica 100/2.8 APO-Macro-Elmarit-R has the reputation as one of the best macro lenses produced for any camera.

Pete.

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1 minute ago, farnz said:

If you don't mind manual focus there's also the Leica 100/2.8 APO-Macro-Elmarit-R has the reputation as one of the best macro lenses produced for any camera.

Pete.

I looked at this option but the required adapters (R to L and Elpro for 1:1) and the lacking weather sealing and AF make it less competitive for me. The Sigma was cheap enough to give it a shot. 

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To each their own.🙂  I've used mine for shooting mushrooms in damp and wet undergrowth for many years with no ill effects.  I rarely use the 1:2 - 1:1 Elpro but I often use the 2x APO-Extender, which gives me a 200 (f/5.6) APO-Macro lens, which is very useful to me.  I wouldn't use AF for macro work even if the 100/2.8 had it because I'm mostly shooting at f/8 or f/11 on a tripod to increase the limited macro depth of field.

Pete.

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