RECENT POSTS IN Sigma Lenses
Sigma Announces Pricing & Availability for its Line of Full-Frame Classic Art Prime Cine Lenses and /i Technology-compatible Cine Art Prime PL-Mount Lenses
The set of 10 Sigma Classic Art Prime Cine lenses will be available early 2020; Select /i Technology-compatible Cine Art Prime PL-mount lenses will ship in late December 2020
Sigma Announces Ship Date and Pricing for 24-70mm F2.8 DG DN Art Lens for Sony E-Mount Systems
Sony Photographers, the wait is over! The Sigma 24-70mm f/2.8 DG DN Art for Sony E and L-Mount for full-frame mirrorless camera systems will ship in early December 2019 for $1,099 USD.
Watch How The Sigma fp, The World’s Smallest Full-Frame Mirrorless Camera Is Made
Want to see how Sigma packed so much power into their latest and smallest full frame camera? Take a look at this BTS video showing how the Sigma fp camera is made.
Sigma Announces New 24-70mm F2.8 DG DN Art Zoom Lens for Full Frame Mirrorless Cameras; Available in Sony E-mount and L-mount
Sigma has officially announced the launch of the 24-70mm F2.8 DG DN Art Zoom lens for full frame mirrorless cameras (E-Mount & L-Mount), leveraging the top-level Art zoom performance. Pricing & Availability details due to be released later this month!
Save Up To $500 on Sigma Contemporary, Macro, and Art Lenses at Adorama!
Adorama has some pretty impressive deals on Sigma Art, Contemporary, and Macro lenses going on! Don’t miss out on your chance to save on these impressive lenses.
Sigma Announces Official Pricing of The fp Camera and 45mm f/2.8 DG DN Contemporary Bundle
Sigma has officially announced the pricing and shipping dates for the mirrorless fp camera as well as some savings when bundled with the 45mm f/2.8 Contemporary Lens!
Sigma Announces Canon EF-M Lenses and Mount Conversion Service, And Fuji X-Mount Lenses May Be Coming Soon?
Sigma launches three Canon EF-M Lenses and a Mount Conversion Service, expanding their line up once again giving photographers more options to create with. Additionally, it’s rumored that Fuji X-mount glass may not be that far away from happening!