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sigma 30mm f1.4 dc dn lens

Sigma Imaging UK has just made an announcement about their 30mm f/1.4 DC DN lens. Apparently they have found a problem with the lens in the MFT mount. They have discovered that it doesn’t sufficiently adjust distortion while shooting JPEG.

Right now Sigma is looking into fixing the problem to update the lens firmware.

When the new firmware update is ready and released, Sigma will make an announcement to let everyone know that the problem is solved.

If you are having problems or want to know more, you can learn more about the issue by clicking here.


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Sigma has recently announced the SD Quattro and the SD Quattro H, two new mirrorless ILCs. Each camera uses the SA lens mount just like in the SLRs. The body of the cameras have a viewfinder built into it, which isn’t typical.

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Sigma SD Quattro H

The Sigma SD Quattro H is a camera targeted specifically to those who have an immense care for a high image quality. This camera has a bigger APS-H sensor which produces great quality images which compare to those from a 51 MP DSLR that has a Bayer pattern sensor.

A few highlights of the SD Quattro H include:

  • A quick set button and lock switch
  • super fine detail exposure mode
  • 3 inch 1.62m Dot Main LCD and Sub Monitor

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Sigma SD Quattro

The new Sigma SD Quattro has a two mode autofocus system and a Foveon Quattro sensor which helps to produce high quality images. The images taken with the Sigma SD Quattro can be compared to that of a 39 MP DSLR that has a Bayer pattern sensor.

A few highlights of the new SD Quattro include:

  • ISO 6400 & 3.6 fps Continuous shooting
  • Dual True III Imaging Processing Engine
  • A super fine detail mode that captures a range of 7 exposures in one shot

To learn more about the Sigma SD Quattro H or to pre-order, go to B&H Photo.

To learn more about the Sigma SD Quattro or to pre-order, go to B&H Photo.

New Sigma Lenses

February 23, 2016 Posted in News 4 Comments

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This morning Sigma announced a new lens mount converter and two new lenses. Soon you will be able to add the Sigma 50-100mm F1.8 DC HSM Art lens and/or the Sigma 30mm F1.4 DC DN Contemporary lens to your existing collection of Sigma lenses.

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Sigma 50-100mm F1.8 DC HSM Art

The 50-100mm F1.8 DC HSM Art lens is the first telephoto zoom lens with a F1.8 aperture for APS-C DSLRs. This lens combines a wide span of different telephoto focal lengths with a fast and consistent aperture. This new art lens is predicted to be well liked by not only still photographers, but also videographers. You can expect to see this lens become available at the end of April. Some highlights of this new lens include:

  • a focal length of 50-100mm that can be compared to a 80-160mm focal length
  • a minimum aperture of f/16 and a maximum of f/1.8
  • 3 FLD and 1 SLD Elements
  • Multi-Layer Coating

To learn more about this lens or to pre-order it, go to B&H Photo.

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Sigma 30mm F1.4 DC DN Contemporary

The Sigma 30mm F1.4 DC DN Contemporary lens is a new high performance, low cost F1.4 lens made for Sony e-mount mirrorless cameras and micro four thirds. This lens is going to be very popular because of its phenomenal performance at such a great price. Some highlights of the lens include:

  • 45mm equivalent focal length
  • Minimum aperture of f/16 and a maximum aperture of f/1.4
  • Stepping AF Motor

To learn more about this lens or to pre-order it, go to B&H Photo.

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Sigma MC-11 Converter

Alongside these two new Sigma lenses, a Sigma adapter was also announced. The new Sigma MC-11 Converter allows you to pair lenses with the Sony FE and E mounts. This adapter is available in Sigma SA-Sony FE and Canon EOS EF-Sony FE verisons.

To learn more or to pre-order, go to B&H Photo.

New Lens Announcement?

February 11, 2016 Posted in News, Rumors 28 Comments

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new sigma lens announcement
The Sigma team in Austria recently posted a hint on their Facebook page about a new lens announcement. The announcement is supposed to take place on February 23rd for the upcoming 2016 CP+ show that will take place in Japan.

From the looks of the photo they posted, the new lens could quite possibly be a new telephoto zoom lens that is faster than f/2.8. What are your thoughts?

You can stay tuned to their Facebook Page to receive more news about the possible announcement.

To view their post, click here.


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ceramic protector filter
 

The new ceramic filters that were just announced have been added to B&H Photo. You can preorder any of these filters now to add to your Sigma collection.

The filters range from 67mm-$93 to 105mm-$315.

Find and pre-order any of these new ceramic filters at B&H Photo.

What’s the big hype over these Sigma Ceramic filters?

These filters are supposed to be the strongest so far in the industry and they have proven that statement. These Sigma ceramic filters are expected to protect your lenses like no other filter on the market.

They prevent damage to the lens and are scratch and shock resistant. The filters also repel against almost everything. Dust, oil, fingerprints, water, you name it.

How protective are these new filters?

A newly released video from Sigma shows what happens when a 1.7 ounce metal ball is dropped from 4 feet onto the Sigma Ceramic Filter compared to other brand’s filters. This video shows just how strong these new Sigma filters are.

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