Sigma to add 14-24mm F2.8 DG DN Art of full-frame mirrorless
Sigma is adding a new ultra-wide 14-24mm F2.8 lens to its Art series for full-frame mirrorless cameras. the 14-24mm DG DN Art. It will be available in Sony E-mount and Leica/Panasonic L-mount versions. The optical design is similar to the existing 14-24mm F2.8 DG HSM Art for DSLRs, but it’s not identical. That model uses a 17 element design with three FLD (fluorite-like) elements and two SLD type elements. The new 18-element design utilises five SLD but only one FLD and three aspherical including the large diameter first element. The position of the remaining two have not yet been disclosed. The new lens is sealed and features a rear filter…
Sigma announces 35mm F1.2 Art series lens for mirrorless cameras
Sigma’s new 35mm F1.2 DG DN Art is the first full-frame Art series lens with an F1.2 maximum aperture intended for Sony E-mount and L-mount bodies. According to Sigma, the new 17-element lens has high optical correction with only distortion and vignetting correction applied in-camera. Both mount types will come with an aperture ring that can be de-clicked for video capture. It will be available in July, 2019 with an SRP of £1,459.99 (inc VAT), $1499. More information can be found at Sigma’s Global Vision site. The new lens can be pre-ordered form the following stores: B&H Photo (US) WEX Photo (UK) Press release (edited for clarity): Take…
Sigma introduces 28mm F1.4 DG Art lens for Canon EF, Nikon F and Sigma mounts
Sigma has officially introduced the 28mm F1.4 DG HSM Art.
Sigma UK announces pricing and availability of 40mm F1.4 Art
Sigma UK has announced that the price of the highly anticipated Sigma 40mm F1.4 DG HSM Art is to be £1099.99 inc VAT. The retail price is significantly higher than either the 35mm or 50mm F1.4 models but the new lens is features a much more complex optical construction than either. It is expected to be a highly attractive option for filmmakers. A spokesman for the company said the new lens will be available this month (November) in Sigma, Canon and Nikon mounts. When launched at Photokina, the lens was slated for October. No reason for the slight delay has been given. The Sony mount version will be available in…
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