If you thought that the announcement of the long-awaited Sony A7 III camera was exciting, you’ll be tickled to find out that Sigma has launched nine full-frame lenses for the E-mount. Whereas the 70mm f/2.8 and 105mm f/1.4 are brand new, the remaining seven are based on existing ART lenses for Canon and Nikon.
Sigma has announced the development of a new wide-angle lens for Micro Four Thirds and Sony APS-C, the 16mm f/1.4 DC DN Contemporary (24mm equivalent for APS-C / 32mm equivalent for MFT). It is the first lens for the E-mount (APS-C) to offer this angle of view with f/1.4 brightness. Thanks to its wide variety […]
Sigma has officially entered the cinema lens market with the announcement of eight high-performance E-mount Cine Lenses designed specifically for cinematography with high megapixel sensors. According to the Sigma press release: … [this] new lens line could create a fundamental change in digital film production, and provide a new solution for cinematographers. The new lenses […]
The Sigma SD Quattro was announced alongside the SD Quattro H earlier on this year in February, signalling the beginning of a brand new interchangeable mirrorless product line. However, only today did Sigma announce the price of the former, and it’s quite competitive to say the least! Bundled with the 30mm f/1.4 Art lens, the SD […]
There are many users who wish that Sigma would start releasing more lenses for mirrorless cameras, particularly for the 35mm format on the Sony A7 series. While the new 30mm f/1.4 DC DN lens doesn’t respond to the needs of A7 users, it offers a more attractive fast aperture for Sony APS-C and Micro Four Thirds. The new lens […]