Sigma Cine

Project showcases, interviews with filmmakers, and company news about the Sigma Cine lens line.

Lens Comparison: Sigma Classic Art Primes vs Sigma Cine Primes

Sigma Cine Pro, Timur Civan, tests all of the brand new Sigma Cine Classic Primes against the Cine Primes.

The Sigma fp as a Director’s Viewfinder

Sigma Cine Pro, Graham Sheldon walks us through using the fp’s director view finder mode.

Seven Tips for Maintaining a Cam Op’s Most Valuable Asset

Those who work in production are conditioned to promote themselves as invincible in ordered to be a desirable pick for any crew. We scoff in the face of an eight hour work day, demanding a minimum of 12. We live…

Sigma fp Footage: The Impact and Value of CinemaDNG in a Tiny Package

Blueline films explores Sigma fp 12-bit CinemaDNG footage grading in DaVinci Resolve.

Quick Guide to Rigging the Sigma fp Camera for Cinema Users

Sigma Cine Pro Graham Sheldon demonstrates several rigging set-ups for the Sigma fp camera for Cinematographers.

Creating 1927 Mississippi with DP Charlie Cole

Director of Photography Charlie Cole, walks us through his experience working on a 1920s styled film.

Sigma fp: First Impressions by Cine Pro Timur Civan

Sigma Cine Pro Timur Civan recently shared his first impressions of the Sigma fp camera on our worldwide Sigma Global Vision website.

Sigma at IBC 2019

Sigma arrived ready to impress with a host of new products on display at IBC 2019. Here are some of the highlights from this year’s show.

Documentary Shooting with Sigma Cine Primes

Producer and DP, Graham Sheldon, discusses his early resistance to shooting a doc series on prime lenses due to fear of a rough terrain and a tight schedule, but how inevitably the elevation in image quality from the SIGMA primes…

The Next Sigma Cine Pro: Elle Schneider

Welcome next onto the Sigma Cine Pro team, Director of Photography Elle Schneider!  Background Elle Schneider is a filmmaker from New York City with over a decade of professional experience and dozens of credits behind the camera as a director…