So because he has owned multiple lenses he therefore never takes shots that suffer from motion blur? Is that really what you think? Owned longer = none of your shots suffer from motion blur. I freely admit that a large number of my shots suffer from motion blur when trying to shoot small fast moving birds, but I guess he is perfect and rock solid on every shot. Makes sense. :t:
Once again, another finger pointing post that has nothing to do with a lens. There really is little to nothing of value to be gotten here unless you like finger pointing and defending soft images. And clearly we have different ideas of what sharp means when it comes to a photo.
No, owned longer simply means that you were not, as you claimed, one of the first to own the lens. You got one of the second batch shipped, just like I did.
Micloi was one of the first to own the lens just like he is with the Sigma 150-600.
Both micloi and I have as much or more experience as you with long zoom lenses and we don't see the motion blur you are claiming in the picture.
You really need to get over this my pictures are sharper than your pictures attitude. Sharpness can be over-rated.