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|Weight||1.46 lb (665 g)|
|Filter Thread||Front:77 mm|
|Dimensions (DxL)||Approx. 3.35 x 3.55" (85 x 90.2 mm)|
|Format Compatibility||35mm Film / Full-Frame Digital Sensor
|Angle of View||84.1°|
|Minimum Focus Distance||9.84" (25 cm)|
Comparable 35mm Equivalent on APS-C Format Focal Length: 36 mm
|Diaphragm Blades||9, Rounded|
|Maximum Reproduction Ratio||1:5.3|
|Camera Mount Type||Sigma SA|
The Sigma 24mm F1.4 DG HSM Art lens is the widest entry in the company's full-frame f/1.4 Art series. There's some fall-off at wide apertures, but it's extremely sharp and competitively priced.
Sharp from edge to edge. Minimal distortion. Wide aperture. 9.8-inch close focus. Full-frame coverage. Available for multiple camera systems.
Noticeable fall-off at f/1.4 and f/2. May require focus adjustment via USB Dock. Large and heavy. Omits stabilization.
Sigma’s series of Art lenses is a great compliment to the company’s existing array of high-end, high-quality optics. The 24mm F/1.4 HG DSM Art is only slightly less capable than the 50mm model in the series and the $850 price tag makes it affordable for even the budget-minded photographer.
As I see it, there is always room on the market for another good ultra-wide aperture prime lens. Though I don't want to discount the AF inconsistency I occasionally encountered, Sigma continues to deliver greatness with their Art lenses and considering the performance the 24mm f/1.4 Art Lens is...
This lens is the latest addition to Sigma's 'Art' line of lenses that promise excellent optical quality and increased creative options thanks to a fast f/1.4 maximum aperture. Being one of Sigma's top of the range lenses, it sports a hypersonic focusing motor, brass lens mount and build quality...
Sigma has delivered some magic during recent years but the Sigma 24mm f/1.4 DG HSM | A stayed short of our expectations. The lens wasn't overly impressive on our full format camera and, surprisingly, it isn't all that hot in the APS-C scope either.
So has Sigma done it again ? Well, the Sigma 24mm f/1.4 DG HSM | A isn't flawless but pretty good nonetheless (keeping in mind that the test was performed on a 50mp sensor!). The center quality is nice straight at f/1.4 but the borders are plain soft here.
To date, other lenses in Sigma’s ‘Art’ series of optics have been well received, thanks in part to the optical quality they deliver and for very reasonable pricing when compared to manufacturer’s own equivalent lenses.
Excellent sharpness, Very low CA, Low distortion, Well built, Fast focusing, Keenly priced
No weather sealing, Falloff at maximum aperture (although typical for the type of lens)
The test of the Sigma A 24 mm f/1.4 DG HSM shows that reputable producers really raise the prices a lot in this segment. The Nikkor AF-S 24mm f/1.4G ED which loses the duel with the Sigma in the most important categories, being less sharp both in the centre and on the edge of the frame, costs two...
high build quality,, excellent image resolution in the frame centre,, very good image resolution on the edge of the APS-C sensor,, proper correction of chromatic aberration, both longitudinal and lateral,, no reservations concerning spherical aberration,, slight distortion,, moderate vignetting on...
high coma,, too high vignetting level on full frame,, slow autofocus.
I debated on purchasing this lens for months, considered others but the reviews on this got me to go for it.I'm glad I did; very satisfied and yes I would recommend it to anyone contemplating buying a 24mm lens
I sold my Sigma 35 art and my Nikon 85mm to purchase this and I am SO HAPPY I did. I'm a newborn and lifestyle photographer and mainly do in-home and in-hospital shoots. The 35 was doable, but the 24 has completely freed me up for the smaller rooms I'm typically shooting in.
A f/1.4 lens is meant to be used wide open at least sometimes (otherwise an f/2.8 lens is sure to be cheaper, lighter, and just as good). This one does meet expectations. Images shot wide open are pretty sharp already, and above all very "clean".
Sharpness; low aberrations; close focus; contrast; good working against the light
MF not that nice; AF precise but slow; size and weight of course
Real perspective distortion free is a 35mm lens on a 35mm full frame camera.
I'm still getting acquainted with this incredible lens but for what I have experienced with it is simply amazing. I have three different scenarios in mind for this lens and have only had the opportunity to shoot a few static landscape shots.
I am extremely happy with my decision on adding this lense to my collection! Although I rarely shoot wide open (f/1.4) I did some tests on this lense and was very surprised how sharp it was at 1.4. This is a super sharp lense and is totally worth the price.
Definitely buying another lens from here
A beautifully made product with a very solid feel. It is heavy, but that is rather positive in this case. I have relied professionally on Canon L lenses with IS and was worried that there might be some blur in low light, but in use I found the heft of the weight made it easy to produce extremely...
This is my first sigma lens and it has not disappointed. I bought it primary for shooting landscapes and perhaps astrophotography (if I ever get a clear night!). I use it with a Canon 5D mkiii and you can see some of the results attached.
Excellent build quality and performance.