A Guide to Sigma Camera Lenses
Sigma camera lenses come with multi-layered coating technology that prevents reflections between the image sensors and lens surfaces. Sigma has been churning out high-quality lenses for many years now, and that's why it's a go-to choice for professional and amateur photographers. These lenses come in a range of sizes to meet various needs.
Types of Sigma Camera Lenses
Most Sigma mirrorless lenses come in a small, compact size that's suitable for everyday use and transport. They have a large aperture, which is ideal for shooting in low-light conditions. Sigma full-frame lenses have superior peripheral brightness and provide high-contrast images even at the maximum aperture. They also have a wide angle of view to produce sharp images with exaggerated perspectives, enabling you to emphasize the subject easily. For cinematography, Sigma cine lenses are compatible with the full-frame sensors on most digital cinema cameras, providing superior resolution. They also bring a consistent level of light to the image, offering greater consistency in your film's color and look.
Sigma zoom lenses offer high magnification and resolution, suitable for shooting candid portraiture as well as capturing amateur sports or wildlife. They're compact enough to fit in any camera bag compartment. Sigma telephoto lenses work with Sigma teleconverters. They have a barrel with two switches: one locks the zoom at a specific focal length, and the other (a manual switch) offers you more control. This enables you to focus on images without shaking.
Why Choose Sigma Lenses?
Sigma lenses are rugged and weatherproof, thus, suitable for all types of activities. Some models have luminous paint, which can help you change and operate the lenses in the dark. To achieve high-quality photo sessions, Sigma incorporates color and tone uniformity features in all its lenses. These camera lenses also have compatible Sigma lens accessories such as lens adapters, lens caps, and lens hoods to boost your shooting performance.
Check out B&H Photo and Video's wide selection of lenses from Sigma to find the best type for your photo shooting needs.