Results for: 35mm f1.4

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Review: Sigma 35mm f1.4 Art

When I wrote my review on the Sigma 30mm f/1.4 Art, I wouldn’t have thought I’d test and buy yet another normal focal length so soon. I assumed that I’d be able to sit out the G.A.S attacks…but I guess I was wrong. 😉 I mean, the 30mm Art was and still is a very ...

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The 35mm f1.4 Art is extremely sharp!

I could hardly wait for the last weekend, to finally have the time for shooting some photos with the 35/1.4 Art. I am slightly spoiled by the DP2M and love the lens of this camera, but the 35/1.4 A is so much more fun because of its extremely high sharpness at open aperture. I haven’t ...

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Another New Toy: Sigma 35mm f1.4 Art

Recently, after a bad attack of G.A.S., I was itching so badly I had no choice but to order the 35/1.4 Art. As Gear Acquisition Syndrome is notoriously not curable, you can’t do anything but learn to live with it. Well, since the lens has arrived, the itching is gone and the pleasure is great. ...

Sigma unveils 105mm F1.4, 70mm F2.8 macro and nine lenses for Sony E mount

The rumor factory was working overtime in the last couple of days. It was said that Sigma was going to announce a bokeh monster in the shape of the Sigma 105mm f/1.4 Art, its first macro lens in the Art lineup aka Sigma 70mm f/2.8 and no less than nine (9!) Art lenses for Sony ...

Sigma 135mm F1.8 Art Review

Sigma 135mm F1.8 Art is the longest and probably sharpest Art lens that I’ve tested so far. Prior to shooting with it I thought that 50mm F1.4 Art was the sharpest lens for Sigma cameras, but the 135mm is as good if not even better.

Sigma 24 mm F1.4 DG HSM

Hey guys, Today I want to present you a new lens from my collection. Like the 35mm and the 50mm lenses, the 24mm F1.4 DG HSM is also part of Sigma’s “Art” series. Launched in 2012 at the Photokina, this product series excels with particularly high quality fixed focal lengths. The light-intense wide angle lens ...

Guest contribution: Portrait and landscape photography with the Sigma 35 mm f1.4 Art and 20 mm 1.4 Art lenses

Hey guys! I’m really excited to give you some insights into my world of photography. In my article I focus on using the Sigma 35 mm f1.4 Art and 20 mm 1.4 Art lenses while I work with my Canon 5d Mark III. Sigma’s 35 mm lens is a true all-round lens which I primarily ...

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Photowalk with my Canon EOS 5D Mark III and the SIGMA 50mm F1.4 DG HSM | Art

Hey guys, Today it was time again to grab my camera in spite of the cold weather and dedicate myself to one of my absolutely favorite pastimes. Of course, I’m talking about a photo walk. The 50mm F1.4 DG HSM | Art is a lens that’s being discussed a lot, both on fotogenerell and in all ...

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Sigma News & Rumors: 30mm f1.4 for mFT / E-mount, 50-100mm f1.8 for APSC and MC-11-adapter leaked, new SPP version and DP Quattro firmware available

The Sigma lenses that were “teasered” not even one week ago by Austrian photo retailer Escher Foto (aka “Sigma Austria”) were leaked on the Japanese photo blog digicame-info.com. The “small, fine” one, as it was described on Sigma Austria’s Facebook page, is a 30mm f/1.4 DC DN Contemporary prime lens for micro 4/3 and Sony ...

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35mm primes and standard primes are two different pairs of shoes

Only now that I’m taking photos with a Sigma 24/1.4 Art I’m beginning to understand why 35mm or 35mm equivalent lenses and standard primes are so often compared in forums. One would assume that the difference in focal length of a few millimeters hardly matters. However, taking pictures with both focal lengths feels quite different, ...