How to Register a Sigma Camera Lens

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How to Register a Sigma Camera Lens
Sigma lenses have a one-year warranty against manufacturer defects. (One year warranty gold medal image by patrimonio designs from Fotolia.com)

Professional-quality photographs are possible with the use of different lenses. You can spend a lot of money on lenses In a short amount of time so making sure that you register them should be a priority. The Sigma Corp. assists customer registration by allowing online registration of products. Registering your Sigma lens allows you to activate the warranty and have a record of your purchase for future insurance claims if the lens is ever stolen.

Skill level:
Easy

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Things you need

  • Dealer name
  • Serial Number
  • Date of purchase

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Open your Web browser. Go to the Sigma registration page (see resources).

  2. 2

    Fill in the blanks for your contact information. You must fill in any text boxes that have an asterisk (*).

  3. 3

    Answer any marketing questions that you feel comfortable answering using the drop down menus. Enter your e-mail address.

  4. 4

    Enter a password for the Sigma site and re-enter it to confirm the password.

  5. 5

    Enter the name of the store where you bought the lens in the "Dealer" text box. Use the drop-down menu to select your equipment type.

  6. 6

    Use the drop down menu to select the camera that will use the lens.

  7. 7

    Enter the serial number of the lens. You will find the serial number on the documentation that came with the lens and on the lens itself.

  8. 8

    Enter a product description of the lens. You will type the lens name in this box.

  9. 9

    Enter the date you bought the lens. Click "submit."

Tips and warnings

  • If you are buying a Sigma lens as a gift, ask the clerk for a gift receipt because the date of purchase is required for registration.
  • Sigma warranties are voided if repair work is not done by an authorised repair centre.

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