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SIGMA 24-105mm F4 DG OS HSM | Art: Photo Samples

The SIGMA 24-105mm F4.0 DG OS HSM | Art lens has been generating a lot of excitement since its announcement just before PhotoPlus Expo 2013 in late October. And now, the lens is shipping in Canon mount, with other available mounts to begin shipping soon. I’ve already talked about the build and feel of the lens based on one of the pre-production samples we were displaying at the show, and you can read this companion blog posting for my first impressions.

Here we’re going to focus primarily on the photos this lens can create when paired with both a full-frame and APS-C DSLR. For photographers looking for a one-lens workhorse covering wide angle to short tele, with Optical Stabilizer, this lens is all kinds of amazing.

Nine rounded aperture blades, Optical Stabilizer, 4x constant-aperture zoom for creativity and quick one-lens recompositing all add up to a rock-solid new member of the Sigma Art line of lenses. For photographers looking for a constant-aperture one-lens solution from wide to short tele, the new 24-105mm F4 DG OS HSM | A, this lens is a serious new player.    

Read Jack’s First Impressions posting for more on the in-the-hands experience with this great new lens!

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