The Sigma Imaging stand is a little bit hidden at the back end of the Central Hall but nonetheless it's busy with visitors who are keen to get their hands on the Japanese lens giant's huge range of optics.

Sigma is showcasing three new lenses at this year's CES, including its first 'Digital Neo' lenses for mirrorless cameras. These first two lenses, a 30mm F2.8 and 19mm F2.8, are going to be available both in Micro Four Thirds and Sony NEX mount versions. These diminutive optics are on display alongside another new lens - the 180mm F2.8 Macro, which features silent HSM focusing and optical image stabilization.

The Sigma stand is a little tucked away at the rear of the Central Hall but nevertheless busy with photo enthusiasts. Some impressive photography is on display all around the stand.
The 30mm F2.8 EX DN features a silent and fast AF motor which makes it very suitable for video capture. A Micro Four Thirds version will be available in February/March and a Sony E-mount version will follow later in the spring. Pricing is unconfirmed but Sigma tells us it will be 'competitive'.
Like the 30mm the 19mm F2.8 EX DN will be available both for Micro Four Thirds and Sony E-mount. Noticeably larger than Sony's 16mm pancake for NEX, Sigma tells us that this kens will offer better edge-to-edge sharpness. A Micro Four Thirds version will be available in March/April with a Sony E-mount version following later in the spring.
The APO Macro 180mm F2.8 EX DG OS HSM is the world's first 180mm macro to offer a F2.8 aperture. A fairly heavy lens, Sigma tells us that enthusiasts will love the optical quality.