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11 Sigma Art Lenses Announced For L-Mount Alliance Cameras

Sigma joined the L-Mount Alliance, and has now announced 11 full-frame prime lenses available for the L-Mount and L-Mount cameras.

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Sigma has announced that it is going to release 11 L-Mount versions of it's Sigma Art lens range. The lens range is available in other mounts, so we have reviewed a number of these lenses already, in an existing lens mount, so feel free to have a read of our reviews to find out what kind of performance to expect.

The lenses have been designed to work with L-Mount cameras, offering optimised AF, as well as being compatible with in-camera image stabilisation, and provide lens data for automatic abberation correction (including chromatic aberration, distortion correction, and vignetting). 

Launch dates, availability and pricing has not yet been announced. 

The line-up of lenses includes the following:

 

Also announced is a new MC-21 lens adapter, that will allow the use of Canon EF lenses on L-Mount cameras, such as the Panasonic Lumix S1 / S1R, and Leica SL.

 

 

From Sigma: Release of SIGMA Interchangeable Lenses for L-Mount

SIGMA Corporation is pleased to announce the launch of the Art line prime lens lineup for full-frame cameras in L-Mount. These L-Mount series lenses have achieved high-speed AF and are fully compatible with AF-C mode, in-camera image stabilization, and in-camera aberration correction. The lineup will consist of 11 prime lenses for full-frame cameras from SIGMA’s Art line covering from 14mm to 135mm currently available in other mounts, allowing the Art line, which pursues the highest performance, to be enjoyed on L-Mount cameras.

 

1. Optimized AF for L-Mount *1

With the AF drive control program and high-speed communication tuned for each lens, shooting at speed with high-precision AF control is achieved. The lenses also support the AF-C mode.

 

2. Compatible with in-camera image stabilization *1

Compatible with in-camera image stabilization, the camera automatically detects the focal length of each lens and optimizes image stabilization performance.

 

3. Data pre-loaded for compatibility with in-camera aberration correction *1

Fully compatible with in-camera aberration correction (corrections for peripheral illumination, chromatic aberrations, and distortion). By matching corrections to the optical characteristics of the lens, this function takes image quality to an even higher level.

 

4. Native mount for a more rigid and stable feel

Making the lens mount native provides a much more rigid and stable feel to the lens than using an adapter. Featuring a surface treatment to enhance strength, the brass bayonet mount offers a high-precision fit and exceptional durability. The mount connection area incorporates rubber sealing for dust- and splash-proof construction.

 

5. Available SIGMA Mount Conversion Service *2

This service converts specifications of the mount of SIGMA lenses to that of a different camera body. Users can "tailor" their favorite lenses to the camera body if they plan to get a new one in the future. This allows continued use of their favorite lenses over the long term regardless of the camera system.

 

*1 Compatibility with each function depends on the functions available on each camera.

*2 The SIGMA Mount Conversion Service (chargeable) is different from a normal repair service. It is not available at stores. In order to apply for the service, please contact your nearest authorized SIGMA subsidiary or distributor.

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