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Best Sigma Lenses for DSLR Cameras

Best Sigma Lenses for DSLR Cameras

One of the largest third-party lens manufacturers, Sigma makes some of the best pieces of glass you can get your hands on. So much so that professionals and amateurs alike swear by their quality. Today, we’re going to look at some of the best sigma lenses that you can buy. Sigma Art Lens Sigma Art Lenses from are some of the best in the business. They’re known for their amazing sharpness, distortion free frames straight out of the camera and lack of chromatic aberrations. Sigma 35mm 1.4 Art The Sigma 35mm f/1.4 Art is a lens designed for street, wedding and anything else that requires a sharp piece of glass for shooting great quality images. The first of Sigma’s Art or A-line lenses, the Sigma 35mm 1.4 Art is a great lens to shoot with. Are you a photographer who shoots almost all your images with a 35mm? Then the Sigma 35mm 1.4 Art is a great option to have. This is a sharp lens. It has 1 “F” Low Dispersion glass elements and 4 Super Low Dispersion elements, plus 2 aspheric elements. These take care of chromatic aberrations and increase sharpness. The Sigma 35mm 1.4 Art also has Super Multi-Layer Coating. This coating cuts down on reflections and flares. A floating internal focusing system ensures fluid auto-focusing no matter what the focusing distance is. 9 curved blades make up for the aperture diaphragm of the lens. The fast f/1.4 aperture produces nice background blur. Overall the Sigma 35mm 1.4 Art is a viable option for both Nikon and Canon shooters who are looking for a sharp, reliable lens at an affordable price. Contemporary Lens “C” Series Sigma has been one of the busier lens manufacturers over the last few years. Their Art, Contemporary and Sport lens lineups have been growing very quickly. With the Sigma 16mm 1.4 DC DN Contemporary Lens, you can add another one to the "C" series. Sigma 16mm 1.4 The Sigma 16mm 1.4 Contemporary is a crop-sensor lens, sold in both Sony APS-C E-mount and Micro Four Thirds varieties. Don't let the low price point fool you, the Sigma 16mm 1.4 is a solid lens. It’s constructed using a sturdy Thermally Stable Composite material and is also weather-sealed. The Sigma 16mm 1.4 lens feels solid in the hands too, as it’s fairly hefty for its size at 14.3 ounces. It's 3.6 inches long and has a maximum diameter of 2.8 inches. The Sigma 16mm 1.4 lens looks very nice and has a sleek, smooth design and finish. The large focus ring has a rubberized finish and feels very nice to use, plus it's wide at just under a couple inches. The lens hood has a ridged surface to help take it on and off, as it uses a twist-lock system rather than button-locking mechanism. The build quality, design and handling of the Sigma 16mm 1.4 is top-notch. It looks great, feels great and is quite rugged. Considering the Sigma 16mm 1.4 is on sale for $399 at right now, its build quality is all the more impressive. The Sigma 16mm 1.4 lens is sharp and more than capable of capturing detailed images and making nice prints. The lens focuses quickly and quietly, and can focus to just under 10 inches which provides a maximum magnification ratio of 1:9.9. This close focus distance is sufficient if you want to utilize close foreground elements in landscape images or capture close-up portraits. The new Sigma 16mm 1.4 lens builds on the success of the Sigma 30mm 1.4, which SIGMA released in 2016 as the first in a new series of prime lenses for mirrorless cameras. The Sigma 16mm 1.4 is a solid choice for Sony E-mount and Micro Four Thirds shooters looking for a wide, fast prime lens that doesn't break the bank. Sigma camera lenses excel at certain types of photography, so it’s important to know which ones fit your shooting needs best.
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