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The Sigma 24-70mm F2.8 DG OS HSM Art is a budget take on the 24-70mm design, but falls short of the marks we look for in a pro lens.
Consistent performance through zoom range. Optical stabilization. Solid build. Dust and splash protection. Available for multiple systems. Attractive price.
Weak edge performance at f/2.8. Dimmed corners. Visible chromatic aberration. Some distortion.
The Sigma Art range of lenses aims at the highest level of optical performance. Coupled with the extremely useful 24-70mm range, such a lens offers the potential of a huge step up from the average “kit lens” often supplied in a package with the camera.
For many photographers, the most coveted walkabout focal length is 24-70mm, with most major manufacturers offering lenses at this range due to its extreme versatility. While own-brand lenses have often been the go-to for anybody looking for premium quality, Sigma has just released its own 24-70mm...
The Sigma 24-70mm F2.8 DG OS HSM Art lens offers a classic focal range and fast maximum aperture whilst delivering the goods in the image quality department. It's tack-sharp throughout most of the zoom range, particularly in the centre of the frame, with sharpness only falling off a little at f/2.8...
Focuses great in low light. A bit heavy but once you feel the lens in your hands you feel the quality in build. Using on a 5d Mark IV. Very sharp, great colors. Highly impressed in my first week of using.
I had read some mixed web reviews. This lens so far is in VERY short supply, so the reviews will be coming in slowly. From my experience, it is far superior to the 24-105 f4 L Canon, and it is sharp at all lengths. It especially sharpens at 70mm which is what I was looking for.
This adapter will NOT work on my Sony a7R III camera for any of the Sigma lenses I own:- Sigma APO 500mm f4.5 EX HSM- Sigma APO 100-300mm f4 DG HSM- Sigma APO 50-150mm f2.8 II DC EX- Sigma DC 8-16mm HSMIn contrast, my MetaBones IV works on the same Sony a7R III body with every Canon EF-mount...
I first want to say the positive. It's a very, very high quality lens. Extremely sharp (more so than the Nikon 2.8 24-70 I sold). It focuses very fast, and photos have an almost prime look to them when shooting wide open. Optics really are superior.Only two minor issues. It is very heavy.
I've had two metabones before this for two separate bodies.. This has better build quality and and more secure fit than the metabones at a cheaper price. Works with non sigma canon lenses just fine.
Not sure about why the construction is the way it is, but the Focus ring is incredibly small while the zoom ring which you will use way less and don't keep your hand on is big. In addition Focus is closer to the mount while zoom is closer to the front element.
Funciona o auto focus apenas na fotografia, no vdeo apenas no manual
I use it with Sony A7R-III and Canon 17-40 L, Canon 70-200 f4 IS L, and Sigma 24-105 f4 lenses, and it works fine. Curiously, there is VERY slight rotational play (not visible but you can "feel" it) in the lens mount with the Sigma lens, probably within tolerances, but does not affect use or image...
I really love the feel of this lens. I personally like lenses with some weight to them, making them feel stronger in my hands. The sharpness is amazing, I was using Canon 28-70 L 2.8 before. Images are much sharper with the Sigma. Autofocus is on point, silent, smooth and very quick.
This Sigma 24-70mm Art lens is simply superb. Image quality is very sharp with great contrast, throughout the entire zoom range. This holds true even when shooting at the widest aperture, which gives beautifully soft and smooth rendition for defocused areas within a scene.