Sigma 35mm F1.4 DG HSM Art
Announced Sep 17, 2012 •
Prime lens | Canon EF, Nikon F (FX), Pentax KAF3, Sigma SA Bayonet, Sony/Minolta Alpha | 340
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Hi there. I'm anticipating the release of the 6D Mark ii in my area, so right now I'm looking to get a lens capable of many scenarios such as automotive photography, portraits, street photography, landscapes, and astrophotography. I'm typically inspired by photos from the following Instagram pages: SuperStreet, Speedhunters, and Petrolicious. I was thinking of investing into Sigma 35mm F/1.4, as it's a wide-angle, but not so wide that it'd be atrocious to use for a single subject in...
By: MannoFot (2 months ago)
Posted to: Third Party Lens Talk
I found a problem wih this lens and D810 trying to use AF in liveview. AF refuses to work completely. AF through viewfinder is ok. I had no problem with Nikon D800 and no problem with a recently bought Nikon D500. All other lenses I own work as expected including a Tamron 2.8 / 70-200. Any idea or experience?
Hey guys! Long story short: do I need a new body or would the Sigma 35mm 1.4 work well with the Sony A58 and improve the quality of my images? Here's more info: So I own a Sony A58 that I bought back in 2013 when I was quite a noob and not that interested in photography. I simply used it for my fashion blog. However, this year I started taking photography seriously and I'm enjoying it a lot. I am just struggling with low light photography. I don't know if it's the lens or the body, but I do...
I've always done on-location, outdoor photography. I had a client call me wanting to do a mini Easter shoot at her house with her 6 month old. The chilly outdoor temps are not going to work well for outdoors. What would I need to set up a little set inside of her home? I'm tempted to buy some kind of portable floor or backdrop with props of course, but what lighting would I need? I am open to any suggestions! I have a Canon Rebel t5i with a 35mm f/1.4 sigma art lens that I like using for...
By: SoulController (6 months ago)
Posted to: Canon EOS 7D / 10D - 80D Talk
HI I have Canon 80D. Crop sensor. I want prime lenses! I just bought my first prime lens canon 50mm 1.4 USM. Now this gives me 80mm equivalent so im not actually getting 50mm from the camera with this lens. I'm going to go for a 30-35mm lens in order to meet the equivalent of 56mm on my camera. Now here's my dilema... The bottom line is that I want the best images possible from my equipment. sharpness and image quality, the bokeh is a bonus to me but first must be definition in the image. Now...
By: Wave forest (8 months ago)
Posted to: Third Party Lens Talk
Hi, I noticed the following with my Sigma 35mm F1.4 A on a Canon 550D. 1. The AF image quality is identical to that MF if the subject is focused through screen. 2. The AF image quality is obviously inferior through the viewfinder. 3. The same metering mode was used and the subject was placed at the centre of the frame, the shutter speed of #2 was slower than that of #1. The two cropped images are: Screen AF Viewfinder AF The subject is about 15cm high and the lens was 550cm (5.5 meter)...
By: l4yil (9 months ago)
Posted to: Sony Alpha SLR/SLT A-mount Talk
Dear All, I am totally new to the forums and I'd really love to get your kind opinions about a question that I'm really finding hard to unravel. I am professional photographer and use sony gear since the beginning. I currently own two A99 and an A7RII. I love the quality of the latter, I also had the opportunity to try the newest 35mm 50mm and 85mm 1.4 e mount lenses and I feel they're quite superior even than my a mount zeiss 85mm 1.4. But, I also fee that the A7RII isn't quite ready for...
The one thing I miss most from my A6000/A6300 is the Sony Zeiss 24mm f1.8. It was an almost perfect combo of FL, speed, sharpness, rendering, color, contrast, bokeh, close MFD, etc. What it lacked was a body that could take further advantage of its quality at full resolution (as opposed to APS-C mode). I moved to FF (A7II) for many reasons, some of which included IBIS, low light performance, better resolving power, etc. Moving to full frame, I am currently using an adapted Canon 40mm f2.8,...
By: jacson (Apr 30, 2016)
Posted to: Canon SLR Lens Talk
I currently shoot with a 5D (the first one). All I have right now is a 50/1.8 II that came with it when I bought it. It's fine, but I'm more comfortable with the 35mm focal length. I'm wondering, given that I don't readily have much cash to drop often, should I hold out and get the Sigma 35mm ART or settle for the 35mm F2 IS?I know eventually I'll get the Sigma anyway, but I'll be needing a 35mm soon and I can't make up my mind. Anyone have any common sense or just ideas to throw my way?
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