Sigma today announced it has updated three existing DSLR and MILC lenses, and added one entirely new lens for Micro Four Thirds and Sony E-Mount digital cameras.
Sony today announced four new and updated lenses for DSLRs and MILCs, all of which will be available soon at the Lens department at Adorama Camera. These include:
Sigma 30mm f/1.4 DC HSM lens for APS-C format DSLRs. This lens is an update of the original 30mm f/1.4 that Sigma introduced in 2005. It features new optical configurations, rounded aperture blades for improved Bokeh, a 11.8-inch minimum focus, and an updated autofocus system. Equivalent to a 45mm on a 35mm camera, the lens is designed for use with Sigma, Nikon, and Canon APS-sensor DSLRs and is compatible with the new Sigma USB Dock, so updates can be made directly to the lens via USB and computer. Pricing and availability were not announced.
Sigma 60mm f/2.8 DN is a new medium telephoto lens that is equivalent to a 120mm lens on a Micro Four Thirds camera and 90mm on Sony NEX E-Mount cameras. It focuses as close as 19.7 inches and contains Special Low Dispersion glass to minimize chromatic aberration.
Sigma 19mm f/2.8 DN is a wide-angle for Micro Four Thirds (38mm, 35mm equivalent) and Sony NEX E-Mount cameras (28.5mm, 35mm equivalent.) It focuses down to 7.9 inches.
Sigma 30mm f/2.8 DN is a standard normal/short tele lens that gives a 60mm equivalent field of view on a Micro Four Thirds camera and 45mm equivalent on a Sony NEX E-Mount camera. It is designed for casual and formal portraits, documentary photography and all-around shooting. It focuses to 11.8 inches.
Pricing and availability were not announced by Sigma.