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Needing Help Between 3 Canon Lenses

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Greetings,
I've been trying to look for either video explanations, or still photo comparisons, and other articles online regarding three unique mid-telephoto macro lenses and I'm having a difficult time doing so, so I've decided to try a forum approach. Three lenses are currently in question for me:
1) Tamron SP 28-75mm f/2.8 XR Di LD EF
2) Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8
3) Sigma Art 24-70mm f/2.8 DG DN

I already own the Tamron and it has been a magnificent lens for well over a decade now, but I'm needing some guidance regarding the other two lens against the Tamron. I love my Tamron lens, but like everyone else who takes the quality of their photos very seriously, I'm especially curious if the Sigma is significantly better. As mentioned above, I cannot find a comparison online regarding these specific lenses and I really want to know if the extra money is worth it. Something tells me the Canon lens may not matter and the real comparison is going to come down between the quality of the Tamron and the Sigma, but I could also be very wrong in that assumption. Thoughts and feedback are greatly appreciated! Photo comparisons if you own these lenses would be even better, but whatever you can contribute would be fantastic. Thank you in advance!
 
Greetings,
I've been trying to look for either video explanations, or still photo comparisons, and other articles online regarding three unique mid-telephoto macro lenses and I'm having a difficult time doing so, so I've decided to try a forum approach. Three lenses are currently in question for me:
1) Tamron SP 28-75mm f/2.8 XR Di LD EF
2) Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8
3) Sigma Art 24-70mm f/2.8 DG DN

I already own the Tamron and it has been a magnificent lens for well over a decade now, but I'm needing some guidance regarding the other two lens against the Tamron. I love my Tamron lens, but like everyone else who takes the quality of their photos very seriously, I'm especially curious if the Sigma is significantly better. As mentioned above, I cannot find a comparison online regarding these specific lenses and I really want to know if the extra money is worth it. Something tells me the Canon lens may not matter and the real comparison is going to come down between the quality of the Tamron and the Sigma, but I could also be very wrong in that assumption. Thoughts and feedback are greatly appreciated! Photo comparisons if you own these lenses would be even better, but whatever you can contribute would be fantastic. Thank you in advance!
If it were me I would rent or borrow each lens for a few days and make up my own mind which to keep.
 
If it were me I would rent or borrow each lens for a few days and make up my own mind which to keep.
I may as well just purchase them at that point, because it cost 400.00 a week Per Lens which is more than the cost of purchasing one of them. Not a good suggestion.
 
If it were me I would rent or borrow each lens for a few days and make up my own mind which to keep.
Also, it's okay to not know these lenses and just say, "I don't know." or not respond at all.
 
I may as well just purchase them at that point, because it cost 400.00 a week Per Lens which is more than the cost of purchasing one of them. Not a good suggestion.
A Google search found a Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8 rental for $62, per week.
 
A Google search found a Canon EF 24-70mm f/2.8 rental for $62, per week.
Not the websites that Google gave me. Also, even 62.00 per week with my complicated schedule is not going to be enough time. Even if 62.00 per week, per lens, is not feasible for me, and it's not going to happen. So again, when you do not know, it's okay to just simply say you don't know, or not respond at all, but I know "experienced" forum users gotta get their numbers in so they can keep climbing the forum ladder and be pawned off as more wise than they really are. This is a prime example of why I don't use forums, but thought I would give the people in them the benefit of the doubt. I'm sure you'll respond again (or others will) in order to get their numbers in.
 
Search Flickr for those lenses to see comparisons. I don't have those lenses so I can't help directly
 
I haven’t been able to tell the difference when I played around with these. I ended up buying a canon ef 24-105mm 1:4 L series for my mid-range landscape lens. Tack sharp and works for almost every need. Not the fastest but suitable.
 

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