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05.01.2013

First Look: Sigma 30mm F1.4 DC HSM | Art

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The Sigma 30mm F1.4 DC HSM | Art lens replaces the very popular 30mm EX DC HSM lens as the fast, standard prime designed exclusively for DLSRs with APS-C sensors including the Sigma SD1 Merrill, the Canon EOS Rebel, 60D and 7D and a number of Nikon models including the D7100, D90, and D5100. And based on the updates and upgrades, the 30mm F1.4 Art lens is going to make a lot of photographers very happy.

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05.21.2012

Fan Photo of the Week: A.D. Wheeler’s Valhalla

Infrared image made with the Sigma 10-20mm lens on a converted Sony camera.

Our Fan Photo of the Week was made by A.D. Wheeler with a Sigma 10-20mm F4-5.6 with a Marumi 720nm on a DIY infrared convertered Sony a55.

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01.05.2012

Sigma SD1 and SD15 for Digital Infrared Photography, By Jack Howard

Infrared photography involves capturing light at wavelengths beyond the visible spectrum. Infrared energy is reflected quite differently than we are accustomed to by many organic and inorganic surfaces, and the results of landscapes bathed in infrared light has long been a favorite style of photography for fine art photographers since the silver halide days of centuries past. A unique design advantage of Sigma’s DSLRs allows creative photographers to quickly and easily swap between visible spectrum and infrared photography.

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