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Sigma 10-18mm F2.8 DN X-Mount Gallery

Dustin Abbott

December 5th, 2023

When I reviewed the Sigma 10-18mm F2.8 DN a few months ago I expressed an interest in revisiting it on Fuji. Fuji’s cameras with the 40MP X-Trans sensors are serious disruptors in this space, and, while I own and love the Fujifilm X-H2, I’m still not decided as to whether they haven’t taken resolution on APS-C a bit too far, as everything but the most of elite of lenses struggle to resolve it. Thus a lens that performs well on Sony (at 26MP) may not look nearly as good at 40MP on Fuji. In fact, I have yet to see a zoom lens yet that really excels at 40MP on APS-C; I have a short list of lenses that keep up with the sensor, and they are all primes. Does the 10-18mm X-mount version handle this transition? You can see my thoughts in the video review below or by reading my text review.

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Thanks to Gentec (Sigma’ distributer in Canada) for sending me a review loaner of this lens. As always, this is a completely independent review. *The tests and most of the photos that I share as a part of my review cycle have been done on the 40MP Fujifilm X-H2 that I reviewed here.


This year we’ve seen two important DC DN lenses, including the excellent 23mm F1.4 DC DN and this new 10-18mm DN, a wide angle zoom lens with a fast maximum aperture of F2.8. This will certainly be a welcome addition to Fuji shooters as there are relatively few wide angle zooms to choose from, and none that quite match the combination of compact size, price, and performance of the 10-18X.

The Sigma 10-18mm DN is the sixth lens in this series. Here’s a look at the DC (APS-C) DN (mirrorless) lineup thus far.

  1. Sigma 16mm F1.4
  2. Sigma 23mm F1.4
  3. Sigma 30mm F1.4
  4. Sigma 56mm F1.4
  5. Sigma 10-18mm F2.8
  6. Sigma 18-50mm F2.8

Sigma’s DC DN lenses have all fallen under the umbrella of their Contemporary lineup, and while Sigma has proven willing to experiment with new features and design elements within the ART and Sport lineups, the Contemporary lenses have all stuck to a fairly rigid design formula. That continues to be the case here, so this little lens mostly looks and handles pretty similarly to other lenses in the lineup.

There’s some good and bad with this, but what certainly isn’t bad is that you can capture some absolutely amazing images with this little lens.

Yes, the colors were just that rich; the Sigma has captured them accurately.

This is a useful zoom range, allowing you to go from extremely wide at 10mm (15mm full frame equivalent) through the various steps to 18mm (27mm full frame equivalent).

The Sigma 10-18mm X-mount lens carries a price tag of $599 USD. Should this lens jump to the top of your list when you are looking for a wide angle zoom lens for your camera? Here’s the original review for more information.

Photos of the Sigma 10-18mm F2.8 X-Mount

Photos Taken with the Sigma 10-18mm X-Mount



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