The team at LensRentals.com has put the Sigma 24-35mm f/2 DG HSM Art on the optical bench for a resolution test.
The law of physics are what they are and one can’t expect prime-like performance across the frame and zoom range, yet Roger Cicala applauds the existence of such a lens.
But the glass here is definitely way more than half full. We have, for the first time, a modern zoom lens that reaches f/2.0 aperture and is wickedly sharp. That’s an amazing thing all by itself and this is a unique optic. What is really amazing to me is that it sells for $1,000.
The Canon-mount version is in stock at B&H Photo.