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|Dimensions (DxL)||3.26 x 4.24" / 82.8 x 107.7 mm|
|Filter Thread||Front: 77 mm|
|Camera Mount Type||Sigma SA|
|Aperture||Maximum: f/1.4Minimum: f/16|
|Diaphragm Blades||9, Rounded|
|Optical Design||17 Elements in 12 Groups|
|Maximum Reproduction Ratio||1:5.4|
|Minimum Focus Distance||11.02" / 28 cm|
|Angle of View||75.4°|
|Format Compatibility||35mm Film / Full-Frame Digital Sensor|
After writing nearly a dozen Sigma prime Art lens reviews, it becomes increasingly difficult to write a creatively-different summary as these lenses share so many similarities.
Perhaps what we’re most happy with in regards to the Sigma 28mm f1.4 Art DG HSM is the color rendition. It’s beautiful. Then couple that with the adequate focus speed and the look that renders from the lens. We’re excited to continue testing it, so stay tuned for our upcoming review.
Overall, I was very pleased with this lens. It is a good solid lens from the Sigma Art series and well worth the investment, making it an ideal lens forstreet photographyand wide-angle photography.
But as I sit with it on the shelf with review units in my office, I consider the fact that it is the nearly perfect wide angle focal length for me except that it doesn’t come in more mirrorless camera mounts. I own the Sony a7r III and the Canon EOS R when it comes to full frame.
Sigma has a superb selection of wide-angle primes. Michael Topham reviews the latest addition