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If you'd asked me prior to the fp's announcement which company was going to produce the world's smallest full frame camera, and one with some pretty serious video capabilities, I'm not sure Sigma would have been my first guess. But the specs made it look very tempting indeed.Key Takeaways:Powerful feature set in compact, adaptable bodyGood selection of tools for video making8-bit footage with no
Aurora Aperture Inc. has announced a next-generation rear mount filter system for wide-angle lenses. The new filter system is designed to allow for the use of filters with many popular ultra wide-angle lenses, including those which do not include a front filter thread.In 2017, Aurora Aperture released a rear mount filter system for the Canon EF 11-24mm F4L USM lens. The newly-announced next-gener
For many years now we've offered our readers comprehensive Field Tests on a wide variety of cameras and lenses, from entry-level to enthusiast-grade as well as professional-tier models. Given the growing popularity of video as a review format, we've decided to launch a new series called "10 Minute Reviews" that is basically a Field Test in video format, and we chose the delightful little
Click here to browse through our Sigma fp Sample Images After spending some quality hands-on time last week with the tiny Sigma fp full-frame camera, Dave Pardue shared an initial batch of real-world gallery images. And while he continues to work on his field test, he let me borrow the new Sigma fp for the morning to give it some lab-testing time in the form of our First Shots se
Click here to browse our Sigma fp Gallery Our friends at Sigma surprised the camera world in the fall of 2019 with the launch of the fp, the world's smallest full-frame camera. Long known for their awesome lens lines such as the Art series for various mounts and formats, and for their niche Foveon-sensor-based cameras, the fp came somewhat out of the blue and certainly intrig
Photographer Christopher Frost has put together one of the most comprehensive and detailed macro lens shootouts we’ve ever seen. In this video he tests the latest 100mm (ish) f/2.8 macro lenses from Canon, Nikon, Sony, Sigma, Tamron, and Laowa to see how they compare in terms of build, usability and performance.The lenses Frost is testing, in alphabetical order, are: the Canon EF 100mm f/2.
These are unprecedented times, and if you're reading this article, you've probably found yourself stuck at home with a lot of time on your hands. Many of us are yearning to be outside photographing our favorite subjects, shooting video projects, or simply experiencing and documenting the world at large. Alas, most of us are quarantined at home and are likely watching the dust collect on o
$(document).ready(function() { SampleGalleryV2({"containerId":"embeddedSampleGallery_5041054848","galleryId":"5041054848","isEmbeddedWidget":true,"selectedImageIndex":0,"isMobile":false}) });Our team at DPReview TV just finished reviewing Sigma's newest 24-70mm F2.8 lens and they found a lot to like. Check out these sample photos captured while filming their review.
The Sigma 24-70mm F2.8 DG DN lives up to Sigma's 'Art' standard, giving first-party lenses for E-mount and L-mount a run for their money. We put it to the test and came out impressed.Subscribe to our YouTube channel to get new episodes of DPReview TV every week.IntroductionSample imagesDesign and handlingAutofocusDistortionMacroVideoChromatic aberrationBokehSharpnessFor Sony E-mount usersFor Pana
Kazuto Yamaki, CEO of Sigma, pictured in his company's plant in Aizu, Japan when we visited in 2015.The photo industry is recovering from the disruption in global supply chains caused by Chinese shutdown, but with the rest of the world still in crisis, companies are preparing for a major drop in customer demand, especially in the US and Europe. Last week I spoke to Kazuto Yamaki of Sigma to get h


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