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|Weight||3.62 lb (1.64 kg)|
|Dimensions (DxL)||Approx. 4.56 x 5.18" (115.9 x 131.5 mm)|
|Filter Thread||Front: 105 mm|
|Camera Mount Type||Canon EF|
|Aperture||Maximum: f/1.4Minimum: f/16|
|Diaphragm Blades||9, Rounded|
|Optical Design||17 Elements in 12 Groups|
|Maximum Reproduction Ratio||1:8.3|
|Minimum Focus Distance||3.28' (1 m)|
|Angle of View||23.3°|
|Format Compatibility||35mm Film / Full-Frame Digital Sensor|
|Tripod Collar||Yes Removable - rotating|
Sigma calls its 105mm F1.4 DG HSM Art lens the Bokeh Master, and it's an apt nickname—it blurs backgrounds like a champ.
Omits image stabilization., Visible vignette at f/1.4 and f/2., Big and heavy.
Bright f/1.4 aperture., Razor sharp optics., No distortion., Dust and moisture protection., Available for multiple systems.
There’s no denying this is a big, heavy and expensive lens, but the Sigma 105mm f/1.4 Art delivers sumptuous image quality with immense sharpness and clarity, along with beautifully soft and creamy blur. For portraiture, it’s spectacular.
Incredibly sharp and clear, Bokeh is near-perfectly smooth, Addition of weather seals
Will dent your wallet, As heavy as a telephoto lens
The 105mm f/1.4 DG HSM Art Lens hits the streets as Sigma's longest focal length option in their ever-growing list of f/1.4 Art lenses (I'm already looking forward to the next one).
The Sigma 105mm f1.4 DG HSM Art lens is also available for Canon EF mount, Sony E mount, as well as Sigma’s own SA mount, so more people can get in on this all you can eat bokeh buffet. Do I wish it weighed less and didn’t take up so much room in my camera bag?
Bottom Line Sigma calls its 105mm F1.4 DG HSM Art lens the Bokeh Master, and it's an apt nickname—it blurs backgrounds like a champ.
There’s no denying this is a big, heavy lens, but it delivers sumptuous image quality with immense sharpness and clarity, along with beautifully soft and creamy bokeh. For portraiture, it’s spectacular.
Superb image quality in all respects, Excellent pro-grade build
Big and heavy for a 105mm prime, Pricey to buy
I got this lens for portraits and Id heard it was great and dang is it awesome! Continues to amaze me how sharp it is wide open. 105 mm is a great focal length for nice portraits. I have nothing bad to say about it. The weight really isnt an issue, it even comes with a strong lens strap.
This lens is heavy, solidly build, and fantastic. The bokeh is beautiful and smooth. The sharpness/ focus is amazing and the larger front glass does seem to reduce vignetting at wide-open aperture. For the money, we are very pleased with the quality and results.
Right out of the box it came very uncalibrated. Had to do some trial and error and landed on something like -16 AF fine tune before I got a sharp photo. Never had a lens come this far off, including my old beat up 70-200 VRII I was hoping this could replace.
I spent some time testing out this beast before buying it. Let me just say that it blew my mind looking at what I was getting. The weight of the lens does not bother me at all; I love heavy lenses and have zero problem carrying them. Hey at least to me they give a nice arm workout!
Tact sharp with great depth of field. I used it on Sony a7iii for moving and still pic as well as for sports video.This lens is heavy. I shot handheld most time for fast sports and outdoor non hiking activities.I have one negative.
This lens is not acceptable. The auto focus is really off. It’s so disappointing.
I've owned my share of lenses on all different systems. This lens is just pure stellar. It IS huge, and it does have some weight to it. But its not NEARLY as heavy as other people make it to be. I'd say its up there with a 70-200 F2.8 (but not long dimension wise.) Its def a conversation piece.
I owned this for Nikon and then when migrating to Sony I couldnt do this a disservice by buying an adaptor. I had some gripes with this on the D750- its focus was not fast, and not that accurate and needed some fine tuning out of the box (I probably had it at like -20?? come on!
The good:-Sharp image quality even under heavy cropping conditions-Bright; f1.4-Sturdy build quality with weight to match-Tripod collar shaped to fit into most tripod heads without needing mounting platesThe bad:-Starts to focus hunt in lower light situations e.g.
I have several nikon pro lenses (17-35 2.8, 28 -70 2.8. 85 1.4, 70 -200, etc) and several sigma primes (35 1,4, 50 1.4, 105 1.4) and in all cases the new art lenses are superior. The 105 1.4 focuses better than the nikon 85, and has superior image qualty at any f-stop, and has absolutely no vignette...