Sigma Lens 24-35mm DG – Focus Your Future

Sigma has introduced it’s new zooming lens which is ‘Lens’ with a constant f/2 fissure – the first of its kind for the industry, Sigma says. Part of its Global Vision Art lens series, the F2 DG HSM Art is available in Canon, Nikon, and Sigma mounts. Pricing and availability will be announced later.

Sigma says that 24-35mm covers three lenses of the most famed lengths: 24mm, 28mm and 35mm. Sigma says the lens’ optical performance is comparable to its fixed 24mm and 35mm f/1.4 lenses, although those are much brighter options. In addition, its Super Multi-Layer Coating reduces flare and ghosting, and provides sharp and high-contrast images, even in backlit conditions. It’s ideal for close-up shooting, portraits and deep-focus landscape photography. The 24-35mm lens is built upon the 18-35mm F1.8 DC HSM Art lens for APS-C cameras. The lens uses Sigma’s latest autofocus algorithm for “smooth, fast, and accurate” focusing, but there’s a switch to put it into manual focus.“


  • Full-time MF by rotating the focus ring of the lens while auto focusing.
  • A nine-blade, rounded diaphragm creates an attractive blur to the out-of-focus areas of the image.
  • Specifications lens construction containing 18 elements in 13 groups; a weight of 33.2 ounces; a diameter and length of 3.4 inches by 4.8 inches, respectively; a minimum fissure of F16; and angle of view (35mm) of 84.1° to 63.4°; minimum focusing distance of 11 inches; and a maximum magnification ratio of 1:4.4.
  • A video-friendly, inner focusing system that eliminates front-lens rotation, increasing the lens’ stability and allowing use of circular polarizing filters.
  • A Hyper Sonic Motor (HSM) that ensures a silent, high-speed AF function. Smoother AF is achieved when the this AF algorithm is optimized.

Sigma Japan-made Art lenses are high-quality optics that aren’t super expensive. From our experience with the company’s lenses, we’ve captured some terrific-looking images from this third-party lens maker.