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  1. For sale: Canon EF-S lenses. Both lenses are used but in excellent shape both cosmetically and optically. 1. Canon EF-S 60mm f/2.8 Macro USM Lens. 2. Sigma 17-70mm f/2.8-4 DC Macro OS HSM Lens Feel free to make a reasonable offer for either lens. The 60mm macro lens is selling on Amazon and B&H for $349. It's great for shooting, obviously, macro. The Sigma lens is an older lens, but a good versatile one. I used it for photographing medium-wide-angle macro shots. It's a versatile lens where I was able to, for instance, frame a turtle or large anemone, then frame a clownfish guarding eggs in the macro mode. Here's some information on the Sigma lens: This is an excellent lens that focuses down to 8.7 inches, or 1:3. Here's what a review from the web says: The best mid-range zoom for Canon EF-S is Sigma 17-70. There have been three versions, original plane jane 17-70, then 17-70 HSM, and now the current 17-70 OS HSM. HSM is Sigma verbiage for fast motor focus, like Nikon AF-S, or Canon USM. The original was pretty slow to focus, so this is a welcome improvement. The HSM and stabilization features are nice, and worth while, but reproduction ratio has decreased with every revision. Originally it was 1:2, then 1:2 point something or other on the HSM, and 1:3 on the OS HSM model. Newer lenses have less macro capability -- one reason to get this lens instead of a newer one. I believe this review is for this model: https://www.dpreview.com/reviews/sigma-17-70mm-f2-8-4-os-hsm Given the delays in shipping stuff internationally these days, I'd much prefer to ship these items within the US. I'll figure the cost of shipping via UPS, USPS, or Fedex and we can come to an agreement, hopefully.
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