Sigma Announces New Product: Q&A Round Table with B&H

Since 2012, Sigma has been bringing its Global Vision line of lenses, Art, Contemporary and Sports, to the photographic community. Today, Sigma continues to innovate meeting the needs of all photographers no matter their camera format, mount, or desired focal length. Each lens from the Global Vision line has received extremely high marks and have earned the reputation of overall high-quality build and performance.

Tune-in to find out what need Sigma is answering now, what innovation has been incorporated and the photographic specialty it will help you to capture and perfect. Join Sigma tech support manager, Brian Linhoff and Sigma Ambassador, Jim Koepnick as they host a Q&A round table discussing the new photographic tool, answering all of your questions in this session you won’t want to miss!

Please click the link below to join the webinar:

Passcode: 065159

About Jim

Jim Koepnick is one of the leading aviation photographers today, photographing for Cirrus Aircraft, Flying Magazine, Plane and Pilot, Air and Space Smithsonian, AOPA and EAA. He also shoots for the USA Today Network – Wisconsin in the Oshkosh area, specializing in sports and action. His freelance clients include Ripon College, AACD and Our Wisconsin Magazine. Previously, Jim was Chief Photographer at the Experimental Aviation Association for 28 years. In that role, he photographed over 1000 aircraft while on air-to-air missions and supplied over 500 cover images for EAA Publications. His photography has been a consistent winner of awards from Aviation Week and Space Technology, Wisconsin Imaging Photographers Association, American Advertising Federation and Calendar Marketing Association. His photojournalism has received awards from Wisconsin Newspaper Association, Wisconsin Press Photographers Association, and Inland Press.

About Brian

Brian picked up the photo bug about 15 years ago when his father-in-law introduced him to the world of DSLRs. From that time forward, he has always had a camera around him. Brian started working the photo industry at a local camera store as a store manager. Since then, he has worked for Sony and Sigma as a Technical Representative, and more recently as the Senior Technical Representative for Sigma’s Cine Lenses.


Sep 30 2020


11:00 AM - 12:00 PM