Sigma 24mm F1.4 DG HSM Art
Announced Feb 10, 2015 •
Prime lens | Canon EF, Nikon F (FX), Sigma SA Bayonet | 401
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Hello! Can someone please help me out? I'm trying to work on being a music photographer and I need help/suggestions on what go-to zoom-in lens I should get. It would have to be good enough for outdoor and indoor lighting, pretty versatile and works well with a Canon 5D Mark iii. The only lens I have right now is a Sigma 24mm f/1.4 DG HSM Art lens and I want to finally invest in a good zoom-in lens that's really good when it comes in indoor concert shows. I was thinking about buying a Canon...
Hello, This is probably a really 'beginner' question but I was looking at a new camera setup. I'm looking at the T6s because I want something that's intermediate and affordable. However I was also interested in the Sigma 24mm 1.4 Art lens and was just wondering if this would be an appropriate pair with the T6s? I know the lens is formatted for a full-frame camera so it'll be roughly a 38mm on the crop sensor. My question is, would this setup make sense? Is there any other lens that is as wide...
Hello everyone, I just joined in the fun. A bit of a newbie regarding all the technical aspects of digital photography. I am about to receive a Canon 750d, an order I made perhaps a bit too hastily before I fully contemplated the differences between aps-c and full-frame. I have been playing around with various film cameras for a few years now, but not having a darkroom it was becoming financially impossible to sustain. Good 35mm developing is pretty expensive here in the UK. I think I am...
hi i was in search of a lens for my astro photography, i read a lot about the rokinon/samyang that are very sharp corner to corner but the reviewers always refer to these lenses as low-budget lenses, the more expensive lenses for example: canon 24mm f1.4 usually have bad reviews about their coma and what not when the are mentioned for astrophotography, i can imagine a lot of the conclusion also take price-quality ratio in consideration but anyhow I can't find anything on some (more expensive)...
Hi i'm planning to buy the sigma 18-35mm f1.8 but i'm a bit doubting if the luxury of having a f1.4 is worth buying the 24mm f1.4 Its big hand expensive but at least its fullframe (for future eventualities) i looked true my foto's on lightroom to compare pictures (taken for example with 50mm f1.4 ) but apparantly i never shot at 1.8 the available apertures are: 1.4, 2.0, 2.2, 2.8, 3.0 but i'm still confused if i would miss it or that im bring a bit spoiled now
I am looking for a prime lens for my A6000 and there are a few that are in the consideration lineup... Sony/Zeiss 24mm F1.4 (SEL24F18Z) Touit 32mm F1.4 Sigma 30mm F1.4 I already own the kit lens and the 18-105 F4 lenses but since the birth of my little girl I want a lens that will help capture her younger years hence looking at primes. Ideally I want this new lens to serve the following purposes: portraits, indoor and for some landscape shots (although this would be a bonus). I would like to...
Can someone help me? I got my hands on samyang 24mm f1.4 lens and wanted to try it on my lumix gh3 but sadly it was for a 4/3 bayonett. Few days later i was able to mount it using OM to m4/3 adapter however for some one reason i can't focus past 10 inches or so :( Sorry for asking an obvious question Adapter was bough from local shop so i'm nt 100% sure who made it (it says YEHON on the box) Thank you
I received a new Rokinon 24mm f1.4 manual lens for my XE-1, and I can't get the XE-1 shutter to fire. After mounting the lens, I'm able to manually select an aperture (with interactive feedback to the viewfinder histogram) and shutter speed. My viewfinder shows a large M for manual mode. However the display shows "F0" for the selected aperture (this may be a non-issue?). The problem is the shutter doesn't fire. Is this user error, or a problem with the lens?
Searching the internet and forums you always read about the magical color rendering of the Zeiss lenses. Of course, the images look good, but on a screen you're not sure if this is real or the result of post-processing. At the moment, I'm thinking of buying a Zeiss 21-25 mm (Distagon or Milvus) for landscapes. The manual focusing is ok for me, the heavy metal construction is even a selling point. However, manual focusing restricts the use of the lens. For instance, the Canon EF 24mm F1.4 L II...
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