Sigma 14-24mm Art Lens Announced

Sigma 14-24mm Art Lens Announced  - Sigma has released details of a new 14-24mm Art lens. UPDATE: Price announced.

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Sigma 14-24mm F2.8 DG HSM in Interchangeable Lenses

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Sigma has announced a new 14-24mm Art lens which they say offers zero distortion and is 'the ultimate 14-24mm wide aperture zoom lens'.

The Art 14-24mm f/2.8 DG HSM minimises distortion and has a wide f/2.8 aperture throughout the zoom range. Sigma say it's compatible with Canon Lens Aberration Correction and is dust and splash-proof. 

Sigma is also announcing a front conversion service for this lens. Sigma say: "Today’s virtual reality creators favour multi-camera videography that leverages the capability of ultra-wide-angle lenses. Addressing this trend, SIGMA is offering the new Front Conversion Service, in which SIGMA converts the petal-type hood of the 14-24mm F2.8 DG HSM | Art lens to an exclusive round component. This altered front structure allows the lens to be deployed with greater freedom in multi-camera VR videography."

Sigma 14-24mm Art Key features: 

  • Rounded diaphragm
  • Fast AF with full-time manual override
  • Compatible with Mount Converter MC-11
  • Available SIGMA USB DOCK makes customisation and flexible adjustment possible
  • Available Mount Conversion Service
  • Brass bayonet mount
  • Evaluation with SIGMA’s own MTF measuring system: A1
  • “Made in Japan” with outstanding craftsmanship

Canon, Nikon and Sigma mounts are set to be available in March 2018 with an RRP of £1,399.99 including VAT.

Check out our 'Best wide-angle lenses' article if you're on the lookout for a new lens. 

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User_Removed 7 240 United Kingdom
23 Feb 2018 11:27PM
$1300 in USA but $1955 in United Kingdom. Same generic item? Sigma UK are a disgrace and all credit to Sigma USA.
The roaring silence of UK photographic press in not investigating this and exposing the profiteering speaks volumes about those so called journalists. Hardly a proud tradition.

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