Noticed this morning that Siggy's 8mm circular fisheye (for full-frame bodies) is no longer listed on their website. Did they drop it from their line-up, or is it simply a website error?
Did Sigma drop their 8mm circular fisheye?
Posted 05 January 2014 - 01:00 PM
Nope, its still listed on their European (Benelux) website.
Strange that I cannot post a link using Internet Explorer but I can using Google Chrome!
Edited by Herman, 05 January 2014 - 01:17 PM.
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Posted 06 January 2014 - 01:43 AM
IE is just weird. MS keeps trying to get the rest if the industry to bend to their standards and we end up writing all kinds of extra code to make websites work with IE. Only time I use it is for displaying MS applications like Remote Apps. Don
Nope, its still listed on their European (Benelux) website. Link: https://www.sigmaben...ircular-fisheye Strange that I cannot post a link using Internet Explorer but I can using Google Chrome!
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