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Sigma 1.8 Zoom Sample Images Hit the Web
Sigma made waves earlier this week with the announcement of the new Art 18-35 F1.8 zoom lens. This is making history as the first ever 1.8 Zoom lens ever mass produced for public consumption. A lot of questions about the lens remain, mainly about how it will perform and its build quality.
Sigma Pushing the Limits with Newly Confirmed 18-35 1.8 Lens
Rumors have been flying the last few days about a rumored Sigma 18-35mm with a constant aperture of F1.8. Many of us dismissed this as a pipe dream, Nikon and Canon don’t make 1.8 zoom lenses so why would Sigma be able to do it? At least that was my thinking when I saw it.
Sigma 120-300 2.8 & USB Dock delayed
Today Sigma announced that there will be a delay in shipping the new 120-300 2.8 DG OS HSM and the USB Dock. This will come as a big disappointment for those of us who have been eagerly awaiting these products since they were announced at Photokina2012.
3 New Sigma Art Lenses Pricing and Availability Announced
Today Sigma announced the pricing and availability details for its latest 3 “Art” lenses. The new 30mm 1.4 DC HSM will be available in late march for a street price tag of $499, the lens will be available for Canon, Nikon and Sigma mounts.
Nikon VS Sigma Lawsuit: Get ready to see more Sigma lenses with OS Stabilization?
Nikon filed a lawsuit against rival lens maker Sigma back in 2011, accusing Sigma of patent infringement with relation to Nikon’s VR (Vibration Reduction) technology. Well today, Japanese online publication Jiji.com has reported that a Tokyo District Court judge has determined there was no patent infringement, and dismissed the case.
One of the Most Artistically-Filmed Factory Tour – The Sigma Aizu Factory in Japan
This Sigma factory tour blends the precise craftsmanship that goes into making the Sigma lenses with peaceful solitude of nature to make a video that is simply a cinematic beauty.
Destroying equipment live on camera: Right or wrong?
If you haven’t already seen this insane review of full-frame 24-70 f/2.8 zooms, be warned- This video is not for the weak-stomached equipment nerd. It involves a baseball bat and the freshly reviewed lenses.