There’s an unshakeable feeling that rises at certain times—that it’s been just a little bit too long since your last photo outing.
We take a close-up look at the Sigma 70mm F2.8 DG Macro | Art lens, the first lens to bear the Macro mark in the Art line. With 1:1 magnification, this prime lens excels at close-up details!
by Avery Howard This is a special guest blog post written and photographed by Avery Howard, 2nd grade daughter of Sigma’s chief blogger/tech editor, Jack Howard, for “National Take Your Child to Work Day” The first concept we got to…
The Sigma 14-24mm F2.8 DG HSM | Art lens is an outstanding fast-aperture, constant aperture ultra wide to wide angle full-frame zoom lens.
The Sigma 16mm F1.4 DC DN | Contemporary is a great fast-aperture wide-angle lens for mirrorless cameras.
The Sigma 14mm F1.8 DG HSM | Art lens is a fast-aperture prime lens taking in a sweeping 114.2º angle of view with impressive edge to edge sharpness.
A hands-on review of the SIGMA 24-70mm F2.8 | Art lens with image samples and observations on sharpness, bokeh, and hand feel.
The Sigma 100-400mm C is the newest super telephoto zoom lens in the Sigma lineup. With a 4X zoom ratio, this lens is designed for full-frame cameras and offers a lot of reach in a very compact and lightweight package thanks to the variable aperture design. In total specs, features, build, and focal range, it is most closely related to the slightly larger 150-600mm Contemporary lens, and it ships at a slightly lower cost. We are going to do a run through of the shared features and points of differentiation between these two great supertelephoto zoom lenses.
The Sigma 100-400mm Contemporary is a super-sharp 4X super telephoto zoom lens in a very compact package for it full-frame reach and range. And at $799 street, it is a whole lot of lens for the money.