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Sigma 35mm F1.2 DN ART Image Gallery

Dustin Abbott

October 12th, 2019

Sigma was a little slow to adopt to the Sony FE platform despite embracing APS-C e-Mount years ago.  2018 brought retooled versions of a number of their ART series DSLR lenses, though those lenses had clear compromises in size and performance based on their not having been originally developed for Sony.  In 2019, however, all of that changes, and Sigma is rolling out multiple dedicated, freshly designed lenses for Sony FE.  The first I reviewed was the little 45mm prime lens.  The second of these was thenew Sigma 14-24mm F2.8 DG DN ART wide angle angle zoom, which I reviewed here (link coming after my review is live).  The final member of the trio is the beast – a massive optical jugernaut – the Sigma 35mm F1.2 DG DN ART lens.  It is the first autofocusing 35mm lens (and perhaps the first F1.2 AF lens, period) on the Sony platform, and it will be special interest to event shooters or portrait photographers who want the ultimate in flexibility at the focal length.  I’ll be reviewing it not only on my Sony a7RIII and Sony a9 bodies, but also on the new 61MP Sony a7R IV that I got in for review.  You can get a sense of the lens’ performance from the images below, and stay tuned for my ongoing coverage.

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Images of the Sigma 35mm F1.2 DN

Images taken with the Sigma 35mm F1.2 DN

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