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Hands-On: Sigma MC-11 Mount Converter in Las Vegas

© Brian Linhoff | Sony a7r mk2 | Sigma 18-35mm f/1.8 DC HSM 
1/200 F2.0 ISO 800 @ 31mm

A hands-on first look at the Sigma MC-11 Mount Converter, which allows many of Sigma’s Canon-mount EF lenses to be paired with Sony e-Mount cameras.



Sigma unveils lenses, cameras, and more at CP+ 2016!


Each time CP+ comes around, you can be assured that Sigma is going to unveil something amazing for the crowd at the major camera show in Japan, and this year yielded a bumper crop of great new Sigma products, including cameras, lenses, and more!



Photos at the Aquarium: Tips and Tricks

Eye contact with a shark at the Adventure Aquarium. Sigma 24-35mm F2 DG HSM | Art at 24mm. 1/80 F2 at ISO 1600. RAW photo worked up in Adobe Camera Raw. We'll go into the full workup later in this piece.

Aquariums present a number of challenges for photographers hoping to make keepsake photos of a visit to view undersea animals. […]



The Ultimate Camera Lens Gift Guide for Holiday Season 2015

The 18-250mm F3.5-6.3 DC OS Macro HSM lens

What is the perfect camera lens for my new Canon EOS Rebel camera for travel? What camera lens should I […]



Motes “Freeway” by Swede Films: Filmed with Sigma Art lenses

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Motes “Freeway” by Swede Films was captured through the Sigma 50mm F1.4 DG HSM |Art lens and the 18-35mm F1.8 DC HSM | Art lens on a Black Magic Cinema Camera. We talk with the filmmaker about his experience crafting this music video with these two Art lenses.



Sigma Art Lenses for Razor Sharp Detail

A raindrop hangs from a leaf as seen through the Sigma 50mm F1.4 DG HSM | Art lens wide open at F1.4. 1/200 F1.4 ISO 400 on a Canon EOS 6D. The focal point is sharp and crisp, while the depth of field is ridiculously shallow.

Sigma Art lenses are renowned for razor-sharp detail on the focal plane, even at widest apertures.



Philip Wen: August’s Sigma SuperFan

SIgma SuperFan, Philip Wen, of Redondo Beach, California.

Philip Wen, of Redondo Beach, California, is our #SigmaSuperFan for August! A hobbyist who originally picked up a DSLR upon learning he’d be a father, he owns a number of Sigma lenses including the 10-20mm, 30mm F1.4 EX DG HSM and the 35mm F1.4 DG HSM | Art lens, which he uses to capture special moments in his family’s life. We spent a few minutes talking to the newest member of the SuperFan Winner’s Circle.



Sigma 24-35mm F2 DG HSM | Art: Hands-On Sneak Peek

An earring hangs on a display rod at an artisan's market. 1/800 F2 ISO 100 at 35mm on a Canon EOS 6D.

The Sigma 24-35mm F2 DG HSM | Art is the world’s first full-frame zoom lens with a constant F2 maximum aperture, and its 1.45x zoom range manages to bridge three of the most popular wide angle fixed focal lengths for lenses: 24mm, 28mm and 35mm. The zoom range is subtle, but the compositional effects are noticeable as the smooth zoom ring shifts the field of view from 24mm through to 35mm.



Ed Ruth, April’s Sigma SuperFan

Ed Ruth, Bakersfield, CA, is our first Sigma SuperFan.

We are pleased to announce Ed Ruth, of Bakersfield, California as our first #SigmaSuperFan! We were very impressed with Ed’s thoughtful approach the the question: “What makes you a Sigma SuperFan?”