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Sigma 35mm f1.4 Art Lens Review

Super Nice 35mm

TrueToad 0 5261 Article rating: 4.4
I had been contemplating a 35mm fast aperture lens for quite some time and being a Nikon owner I looked hard at the

Nikon 35 1.4 as an option, but Nikon's over priced lens put me off from making that purchase.

One year Later!

  I  do use other third party lens and for the most part at the end of the day they work very good.  Hearing Sigma was about to release a new line of lens that raised the bar on 3rd party lens, I waited to see what Sigma would do.  Sure enough Sigma offered a new 35mm 1.4 with a hyper sonic motor in it’s newly established art (A) category.  Sigma announced recently three new lines of lens; Contemporary (C), Art (A), and Sport (S)

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