In recent years, Sigma has won over photographers and filmmakers alike with their high-quality Art lineup of lenses.
Sigma recently announced a new addition to that lineup, one that is sure to please lovers of wide-angle lenses the world over. It’s the Sigma 24mm f/1.4 DG HSM, and like the other two high speed primes in Sigma’s Art lineup (the 35mm and the 50mm), the new 24mm will cover a full frame sensor. For APS-C sensors, the effective focal range of this lens will be roughly 38mm. Like Sigma’s other Art lenses, the 24mm will be available in Sigma’s proprietary mount, as well as Nikon and Canon mounts.
Here are the basic specs from Sigma’s website:
- Lens Construction:15 Elements in 11 Groups
- Angle of View: 84.1º
- Number of Diaphragm Blades: 9Mininum Aperture: f16
- Minimum Focusing Distance: 25 cm / 9.8 in
- Filter Size (mm): 77mm
- Maximum Magnifications: 1:5.3
- Dimensions (Diameter x Length): 85mmx90.2mm / 3.3inx3.6 in
- Weight: 665g / 23.5oz.