Review: Sigma 28mm f/1.8 (MOVED)

Categories: Photography, TechReview
Comments: 11 Comments
Published on: 2011.02.18

This review has now been moved over to a permanent page on my website. The comments below will be left in place. Any new comments can be left at the new location.

  1. Marline says:

    I’m so glad you got this new lens. And even happier that it works as well as you hoped it would. Great review hun!

  2. Wil C. Fry says:

    Thank you for the comment. Thanks for helping me pay for it, and for posing for the endless images I have taken (and will take!) of you. :-)

  3. outdoor ptz camera says:

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  4. Wil C. Fry says:

    Thank you. I’m constantly learning.

  5. Rey says:

    I’m a teenage boy and I couldn’t figure out a way to make money. Some people said by blogging you can make money but they weren’t specific about it. Please help me out and please tell me some ways to make money..

  6. Wil C. Fry says:


    Please read my Discussion Guidelines before posting further. For example, your post is not only completely off-topic, but contained a spam link.

    I’ve removed the spam link and allowed the comment, simply because I wanted to answer:

    How to make money:

    1. Quit spamming.

    What difference does it make if you make money but everyone hates you?

    2. Get a job.

    There is no more dependable way of making money.

  7. giubbotti belstaff says:

    Hey there, I cannot fully understand how you can put a person’s websites within my rss or atom reader. Are you able to Assistance to myself, please

  8. Wil C. Fry says:

    @giubbotti belstaff:
    You may have posted here by mistake. This is not a web help forum, this is my personal blog (and this post is a lens review).

    However, I can say with certainly that it is impossible to put a person’s website “within” your RSS or Atom reader. What you can put in the reader is the URL of their RSS feed or Atom feed (if the website in question provides a feed). Then the reader will provide you updates.

    But the site itself is just files hosted on a server somewhere and displayed to you via the internet. Thus it cannot be stored. (Even if you copied every file from their server and stored it somewhere, you wouldn’t actually be storing their website; you’d be storing copies of files. It’s only a “website” if it’s being served up on the web.)

  9. pozycjonowanie produktu says:

    Howdy, have you ever thought about to publish concerning Nintendo 3DS?

  10. Wil C. Fry says:

    “Howdy, have you ever thought about to publish concerning Nintendo 3DS?”

    No. I firmly believe gaming systems are for children.

  11. Wil C. Fry says:

    I’ve closed comments here because (1) this entry attracts a vast amount of spam, and (2) I’ve now moved this review over to my website (here).

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