Sigma 24-35mm F2 DG HSM Art For Canon Reviews

Sigma 24-35mm F2 DG HSM Art For Canon
$1,278.88 - $1,490.00 from 10 retailers
Expert Reviews: 
 4.3
User Reviews: 
 3.8
 
 
Verdict: The Sigma 24-35mm F2 DG HSM Art is the worlds first full frame F2 zoom lens. Covering a common prime lens lineup, the 24-35mm F2 DG HSM was designed for prime performance with the versatility of a zoom lens.

Read full review at Roberts Camera
8 months ago
Roberts Camera
 
Pros: Build quality, great clear and bright picture without chromatic aberrations at all. great focus in any light contitions. super lens
Cons: Heavy, very heavy
Verdict: Great lens, but very heavy.

Read full review at LensTip.com
2 years ago
LensTip.com
 
Verdict: Although pricey and a little heavy, the Sigma 24-35mm pushes zoom lenses to new heights with its robust build, image quality and versatility.

Read full review at practicalphotography.com
2 years ago
practicalphotography.com
 

Sigma 24-35mm f/2 DG HSM | A Review

 
4.5
Verdict: Three years ago, Sigma released three new product lines (Contemporary, Art and Sport) with the intention of streamlining its lens range while simultaneously bringing its products up to date.

Read full review at Amateur Photographer
3 years ago
Amateur Photographer
 

Sigma 24-35mm f/2 DG HSM Art Lens Review

Verdict: No, the product name for this lens is not missing a ".8" after the "f/2". This groundbreaking lens is the first full frame-compatible zoom with an aperture wider than f/2.8 – an entire stop wider. Hopefully you are feeling that "WOW" factor.
3 years ago
The Digital Picture
 

Sigma 24-35mm F2 DG HSM Art

 
4.0
Pros: Very sharp. Maximum f/2 aperture throughout zoom range. 11-inch close focus. Full-frame coverage. Solid build quality
Cons: On the heavy side. Distortion throughout range. Fall off at wide apertures. Very small zoom ratio. Omits stabilization
Verdict: The Sigma 24-35mm F2 DG HSM Art ($999) is the first full-frame zoom lens with a fixed f/2 aperture throughout its range. That means it captures a lot of light-twice as much when shot wide open compared with an f/2.8 zoom-and can shoot images with a very shallow depth of field.
3 years ago
PC Magazine
 

Amazing lens

 
4.0
Pros: Consistent Output, Durable, Quick Focus, Sharp Focus, Strong Construction
Cons: Heavy
Verdict: Amazing lens for filming low light conditions!!

Read full review at wexphotographic.com
8 months ago
wexphotographic.com
 

Nice, until you consider the alternatives

 
5.0
Verdict: This has to be the most tragically ill-conceived lens ever. We can picture the marketing/design meeting where this misfit was conceived: "What if we make a full-frame zoom that combines 24mm, 28mm, and 35mm focal lengths in one package Irresistable, right" OMG, let's count the fails... 1.

Read full review at Amazon
1 year ago
Amazon
 

One Star

 
1.0
Verdict: Extremely bad front and back focusing issues. Even the ones that were in focus had low quality.
1 year ago
amazon.in
 

Not as sharp as the 35 prime but close

 
4.0
Verdict: I jumped in and bought this limited zoom as since I have had my 35mm Art I don't want to put another lens on my camera. I felt this could tie me over till the new 24-70mm's on the horizon get reviewed (with Nikons weeks away and Sigma Art version rumoured to be coming soon).

Read full review at B&H Photo
3 years ago
B&H Photo
 

This or three wide primes No contest!

 
5.0
Verdict: In a word, stunning! I had been growing dissatisfied with my Nikon 24-70mm f2.8 - the more I looked in the corners, the softer it looked (and it is not a cheap lens). I had been thinking about primes for landscape work, when I saw a review which compared this Sigma to Nikon 24mm, 28mm, and 35mm...

Read full review at Amazon
3 years ago
Amazon
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