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The Sigma 50mm F1.4 DG HSM | Art is distinctly large, heavy and expensive for its type. However this is more than made up for by its fast silent autofocus, solid build quality, and absolutely outstanding optics.
Stunning image quality - super sharp, minimal CA and practically no distortion, Impressive flare resistance, Generally attractive rendition of out-of-focus backgrounds, Fast, silent, and accurate autofocus, Excellent build quality
Large and heavy for a 50mm F1.4 prime, Relatively expensive for its class, No weather sealing
The Sigma 50mm F1.4 DG HSM doesn't quite achieve the optical perfection of the $4,000 Zeiss Otus, but it gets close at a quarter of the price.
Extremely sharp. Minimal distortion. 15.7-inch close focus. Available for several camera systems.
Big. Depth of field scale isn't that useful. No optical stabilization. A little pricey.
There have not been many Sigma lens announcements that generated the anticipation that the Sigma 50mm f/1.4 DG HSM Art Lens announcement generated. The 50 Art Lens was announced not long after the Zeiss Otus 55mm f/1.4 Distagon T* ZE Lens arrived, delivering a not-before-seen high level of...
Similar to the excellent Sigma 35mm f/1.4 Art that I have numerously praised here at Photography Life in the past, the Sigma 50mm f/1.4 Art definitely deserves the high praises. Unlike its predecessor thatfell short in a number of wayswhen I put it against other 50mm primes, the new Sigma 50mm...
Sigma recently announced pricing on their newly redesigned and reengineered (and not-yet-released!) 50mm f/1.4 prime lens, which sits on their Art Line. Many photographers consider a 50mm prime to be their go-to, foundational lens size, so it was exciting being able to try out a lens that has...
Sigma has added to their 'Art' range of fast aperture lenses with this new 50mm f/1.4 lens, which will be available to fit Canon, Nikon, Sony and Sigma SLR cameras. This lens costs around £850, which seems like an awful lot for a 50mm f/1.4 lens.
Back when we originally tested the Sigma 35mm f/1.4 DG AF lens , the first in Sigma’s new high-end Art series to be released, we weren’t just impressed, we were eager to see what would come next.
Although zoom lenses are certainly versatile and convenient, they do have some drawbacks, including relatively small maximum apertures.
I was undecided between the Zeiss Milvus 50mm f/1.4 and Sigma Art 50mm 1.4 but after renting both lenses for a week, I purchased the sigma.The Zeiss is weather seal and great for landscape but very very hard to focus.Both lenses are very sharp and well built but the fast AF on the sigma is a plus.
I use this on my Canon 6d. This is by far the sharpest lens I've ever used. It doesn't focus as sharp on the outer edges. When you use your outer focus points, it struggles to keep up with Canon's L series lenses.
Bokeh, Focus Response, Quality build, Sharpness
Blurry On Edges, Heavy
Just received this Lens today at Christmas eve and believe me this lens is the best lens so far I have experienced so far. Without this lens any full camera is not complete.