The Sigma 24-70mm f/2.8 DG DN Art is a standard lens for FF and APS-C, manufactured from 2019. The focus is done by Lens AF motor (Stepper Motor), it does not have image stabilization. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 1234 €;
20 users have given it an average vote of 9.7 out of 10.
This lens is available with the following mounts:
Sony E: this lens is compatible with mirrorless fullframe and APS-C Sony.
L-Mount: this lens is compatible with mirrorless fullframe and APS-C L-Mount.
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Pros:Just purchased but I can confirm all the positive opinions read, construction, solidity, sharpness, etc.
Cons:I would like to point out the strong vignetting at 24mm... you settle in a click on real pc but it's still very noticeable
Opinion:I sold the 35f2.8 zeiss the 12mm samyang and the 135mm samyang to be able to take this sigma zoom, I am overdone!! At f2.8 the three-dimensionality is fantastic with a depth effect that from really excellent results Weighs a little but goes well.. I noticed that already some small dot of dust has entered and this makes me turn the Optical balls a little to have absolutely!
Pros:Construction quality on the highest levels. Sharpen at all focal points, minimum focus distance. Paraluce finally done properly.
Opinion:A professional lens for many uses. This lens is the most used in my kit as it allows me to deal with many work situations without the thought of having to change optics. Excellent blurry (clearly not at fixed lens levels) the construction and fluidity of the rings is excellent. The zummare ring is fluid. It has no stabilization but on Sony A7III - on then it's perfect. The focus is fast and hardly wrong, colors and aberrations are normal and easily corrected in posts. Advisable on many occasions where changing optics is problematic. The weight may be excessive but we talk about glass lenses and metal construction, it is not the usual plastic but a lens for even heavy working uses. Close-range focus allows you to make great close-ups to details by blurring and playing with sealing. Excellent lens for ceremonies where speed is essential to capture the highlights.
Opinion:As soon as it came out I already knew it was going to be my favorite lens. The focal length from 24 to 70 is the most used and such a zoom you have to have it. Sharpness is not denied, following the line of Sigma's Art objectives, exceptional. The cost is absolutely reasonable, especially when compared to the GM version of Sony. Weight is not a problem for me, because it is synonymous with quality. The slightest focus distance is the gem that made me prefer it over Sony. Turning to the cons, he suffers a lot from flares, especially if you want to take a shot in the backlight, maybe to a closed diaphragm to get the star effect. The flare in this case will cover most of the photo, with a star effect that will definitely not be pleasant. It's an important factor for me because I do a lot of landscaping, but maybe it won't be a problem for someone else. As far as vignetting is concerned, even with lightroom automatic corrections it is sometimes necessary to make small adjustments in manuals, since under certain conditions and with certain sectarian conditions, it turns out to be excessive. But this could be a problem that only has my lens, so I can't say any more.
Cons:Maybe the footprint\\weight but for a quality lens it's really the least problem
Opinion:Exceptional all-rounder, crisp already at TA, excellent colors, AC practically absent, distortion correctable already in the body machine ... all this combined with an impeccable construction and sense of overall robustness. Of course it is quite bulky and heavy and almost unbalances the A7R2 but still this is the price to pay for a quality lens. Speaking of "price", in relation to the quality offered I would say that we are faced with an excellent deal considering the cost of the GM consideration.
Opinion:I bought this optics as a first purchase from the switch to Sony, my previous experience in this range of focals was with the 24 70 2.8 nikon, and this sigma proves much sharper, bokeh sharper and above all a much more controlled vignette. I have not tried the sony Gm in order to be objective in the E-mount world, but as a first optic I am satisfied with the purchase.
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