Sigma’s new full-frame lenses: One for every kind of photographer
Sigma just dropped its latest lens lineup that’s a dream collection for a photographer who wants the best equipment for any kind of shooting scenario. From portraiture to sports photography, astrophotography to artsy bokeh shots, Sigma’s 4 full-frame lenses are just what you’ll need.
Here’s a rundown of what you can expect from this latest lineup.
If you’re looking for edge-to-edge sharpness and a lens that’s ultra-fast and ultra-wide, the 14mm f/1.8 DG HSM Art is for you. Astrophotographers stand to benefit from having less distortion and lens flare, thanks to the largest glass mold – 80mm – in the industry. The world’s first and only f/1.8 ultra wide-angle lens can “capture a swarm of fireflies with crystal clarity, a beautiful booked effect, and outstanding control of light streaking.”
…Or indulging in portraiture?
Sigma’s 135mm f/1.8 DG HSM Art is a fast lens suited for portraiture. Its new focus motor spells better performance and increased torque. Sigma hails this telephoto lens as one that sets a new standard in 135mm lenses, with minimized chromatic aberrations making it a top pick for taking portraits.
Getting the action shots…
…is made easier, better, and worry-free because Sigma’s 100-400mm f/5-6.3 DG OS HSM Contemporary is dust- and splash-proof. Aside from the standard twist-zoom design found in most lenses, Sigma’s version also has a push-pull zoom function, in case you need to get that killer action shot fast. As Sigma describes it, this lens has a “compact body and top performance in one complete package.”
…And capturing the spirit of romance.
Wedding photographers just love this kind of lens because of the stunning bokeh it produces: the 24-70mm f/2.8 lens. Sigma’s newest version boasts a thicker centre glass design to get better-looking bokeh, and its optical stabilization system is also built in to the lens’ design. This could be your go-to lens for a wide range of photographic scenarios – not just capturing happy couples.
All four are made for full-frame sensors, and are compatible with Sigma’s MC-11 Sony E-Mount converter. They will also be available in Nikon, Canon, and Sigma mounts.
No pricing details on these lenses yet, and the reviews on the quality of these lenses have yet to come in. Stay tuned!