Sigma has simply taken the wraps off a number of thrilling new prime lenses for a lot of the main mirrorless digicam techniques, besides Canon.
The massive information for anybody who’s on the lookout for a brilliant, inexpensive prime lens for avenue or portraiture are Sigma’s new Up to date collection lenses. The 17mm f/4 DG DN ($599 / £549) and 50mm f/2 DG DN ($639 / £619) are each full-frame lenses which are designed for Sony’s E-mount and the L-Mount favored by Panasonic and Leica cameras.
For those who personal a crop-sensor digicam from Sony, Fujifilm or Panasonic, although, then the brand new 23mm f/1.4 DC DN ($549 / £449) might be for you. With a full-frame equal focal size of 35mm, it might be the best walkaround lens for avenue, household or portrait taking pictures, significantly in the event you typically shoot in low mild.
Nikon shooters have not been overlooked of the prime lens get together, both. Sigma beforehand introduced a trio of latest APS-C Up to date lenses for the Nikon Z system, and now it is revealed the pricing and availability for the 16mm f/1.4 DC DN, 30mm f/1.4 DC DN and 56mm f/1.4 DC DN (beneath). All three of the lenses beneath can be that can be purchased from April 21.
|Sigma 16mm f/1.4 DC DN||Sigma 30mm f/1.4 DC DN||Sigma 56mm f/1.4 DC DN|
|$499 / £449||$399 / £349||$499 / £449|
|Row 2 – Cell 0||Row 2 – Cell 1||Row 2 – Cell 2|
The importance of these Sigma lenses above is that they are the primary ones the corporate has made for the Nikon Z system. They might solely be designed for APS-C cameras just like the Nikon Zfc, Nikon Z30 and Nikon Z50, somewhat than its greatest full-frame cameras, however that leaves Canon’s closed RF-mount system wanting a little bit remoted.
The very best Canon cameras aren’t precisely wanting high-quality glass, however the arrival of extra inexpensive primes like these ones from Sigma exhibits the advantage of having a mount that is open to third-party producers.
Canon could but open up its mount the likes of Sigma and Tamron, however for right now their followers can solely look on as Sony, Nikon, Fujifilm and Panasonic digicam homeowners get a number of keenly-priced new lenses to select from.
Evaluation: Glass half empty, for Canon followers
Sigma is well-known for producing high-quality lenses at cheap costs, which is why right now’s bulletins are excellent news for many digicam followers.
House owners of full-frame Sony cameras just like the Sony A7 IV and Sony A7C can be happy to see the arrival of the promising 17mm f/4 DG DN and 50mm f/2 DG DN. And it is a good day for APS-C digicam followers too, with that new versatile new 23mm f/1.4 DC DN lens and the approaching availability of that trio of Nikon Z lenses.
Canon’s unwillingness to open up its mirrorless RF-mount to third-party autofocus lenses, prefer it has completed prior to now for the EF-mount on DSLRs, continues to be a baffling choice that it should absolutely be reconsidering.
This significantly hurts potential homeowners of the Canon EOS R7, Canon EOS R10 and Canon EOS R50 cameras, that are all APS-C cameras which are crying out for some inexpensive matching glass like these new Sigma arrivals.
Canon even warned one producer, Viltrox, that it was infringing on its patent and design rights when it made autofocus lenses for the Canon RF mount final yr. However hopefully the arrival of but extra lenses from Sigma for its rival techniques will drive Canon to vary its thoughts quickly.