Prime lenses are designed for exceptional imaging at a single focal length. Unlike zoom lenses that easily span a given focal range and variable field of view with a twist of the zoom ring, the field of view and focal length remains constant. If you want to take in less of the surroundings with a given prime lens, you’ve got to physically move closer, and to take in more of the scene, you’ve got to back up. But of course, as you move, the angle of view remains the same all the while.
We know that many of our fans won’t be able to trek to the Javitz Center for PPE2012 to share in this excitement in person, so we’ve created a special “Explore the Global Vision” sweepstakes. All you’ve got to do to be entered for a chance to win a Sigma 50mm F1.4 EX DG HSM lens is answer three questions about the Sigma Global Vision, which you’ll be able to find on the special Sigma Global Vision site.
I carry a variety of lenses in my kit. These lenses give me versatility and flexibility, and provide me a […]