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Best of Sigma – 2017

Sigma users all over have been raving about the design, price and overall quality of our products- check out some of our favorite quotes from the past few months!


85mm F1.4 Art Lens  – with Dan Watson (YouTube) – 1/7/17

“Stop everything you are buying…The Sigma 85mm F1.4 Art is the lens you want. It simply is one of the greatest lenses every made. With unbelievable characteristics, solid build, and stunning design, what else could you want? Oh, and it’s the most affordable 85mm F1.4 around and available for both Canon & Nikon DSLRs.”

18-35mm T2 Cine Lens – Noam Kroll Round Up – 2/9/17



“After weighing many options, it was clear that the best tool for the job would be the new Sigma Cinema Zoom Lenses…These lenses are very fast at T2.0 and deliver an exceptionally high quality image across the board, rivaling many cinema lenses that are far more expensive to purchase…More importantly however, they allowed us to work extremely quickly without having to sacrifice quality.”

14mm F1.8 & 135mm F1.8 Art Lens Rumor – Peta Pixel Announcement – 2/13/17

“To call Sigma’ s Art series of lenses a “hit” would be quite the understatement. Sigma’s premium lens  line  has  taken  the  photo  world  by  storm,often  giving photographers  significantly  better lenses for a lot less money.”

17-50mm F2.8 EX Lens – Lifewire, The 8 Best Lenses for DSLR Cameras to Buy in 2017 – 2/17/17

“Sigma is widely regarded as one of the top lens manufacturers in the industry, and is actually the largest independent lens manufacturer in the world. They are trusted to produce sturdy, dependable lenses for a variety of cameras and shooting purposes, and this ultra-wide angle lens [the 10-20mm F3.5 EX] is no different.”

sd Quattro H – PC Mag Review – 3/20/17

“There’s no quarreling with the incredible image quality that the Sigma sd Quattro H can shoot. For the price, you won’t find another camera that delivers as much resolution for the price. If you do landscape, studio, or other types of fine art photography where capturing fast-moving action and shooting at high ISOs isn’t a requirement, you’ll find the results to be stellar.”

24 mm F1.4 Art Lens – Digital Photography School Review – 3/27/17

“The Sigma 24mm F1.4 Art has excelled in every aspect of testing. It is dumbfoundingly sharp across all apertures, presents low chromatic aberrations, and is virtually distortion free.”

12-24mm F4 DG HSM Art – Outdoor Photographer Review – 3/30/17

Sigma’s 12-24mm f/4 DG HSM Art lens joins the company’s high-end lineup…this lens features the largest aspherical glass mold in the industry, according to Sigma, which gives bright coverage edge-to-edge.”

135mm F1.8 Art Lens – Imaging Resource Review – 4/14/17

“Bring out the champagne and unleash the confetti! The new Sigma 135mm f/1.8 Art lens is one of the sharpest, if not the sharpest, lens we’ve tested so far… After testing the sharpness, our senior lens technician Rob Murray immediately put it into the running for our Lens of the Year.”

12-24mm F4.5-5.6 Art Lens – Shutterbug Review – 5/11/17


“This all goes to say that while the Sigma 12-24mm f/4 DG HSM Art lens is a visual tool that will certainly open your eyes up to new imaging possibilities, it is in many ways a specialty lens that can serve as a beneficial and exciting part of a full lens kit. Nature, landscape, street, interior, and architectural photographers will love what this lens can deliver, especially those who can appreciate adding an often vital and always unique point of view to their work.”

150-600mm F5-6.3 Sport LensDigital Trends Review – 5/27/17

“The 150-600mm Sports is an excellent lens…it offers incredible value for the price…If you are a sports or wildlife shooter and need a long lens that can handle rugged conditions, you will be very happy with the Sigma 150-600mm F5-6.3 Sports”




Comments (2)
  1. Jose A, Justiniano says:

    I have a Sigma 150-500mm and work very nice but is a heavy weight lens but is solid and I like it.

  2. Troy Phillips says:

    I so addicted to Sigma Art glass. I’ve had major focus problems at times. But for the most part now using the USB dock I have them solved (for now) . I think I should have started the focus tuning process starting with infinity first. I always stared the process at closest focus first. I could not get them ever to focus at infinity and struggled everywhere except at close focus. Now starting at infinity and going to closet focus all my Art glass kicks ass.
    I have the 18-35 f/1.8 art and the 50mm f/1.4 art. Also I have the 180mm f/2.8 hsm os ex and the 8-16mm dg. Love all of these lenses. And for the most part they all out perform my Nikon 70-200 f/2. E FL VR. But equal to my older 80-200 afs d f/2.8 . And better than the Tamron 15-30f/2.8 vc.
    Sigma is really impressive

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