Sigma USB Dock for Sony A-Mount Lenses

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Sigma USB Dock for Sony A-Mount Lenses
Key Features
  • Update Lens Firmware and Adjust Settings
  • For Use with Sigma Global Vision Lenses
  • Compatible with Sony A-Mount Lenses
The Sigma USB Dock allows you to connect your Sigma Global Vision lenses to your computer in order to update firmware and adjust focus setting parameters using the Sigma Optimization Pro software.
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Sigma 878205 Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Sigma Optimization Pro
  • 3Focus Settings
  • 4Sports Line-Specific Settings

The Sigma USB Dock allows you to connect your Sigma Global Vision lenses to your computer in order to update firmware and adjust focus setting parameters using the Sigma Optimization Pro software.

This dock is only compatible with the Sigma Art, Contemporary, and Sports line lenses featuring a Sony A lens mount.

Sigma Optimization Pro

Once a Sigma Art, Contemporary, or Sports line lens is connected, you can use the Sigma Optimization Pro software to configure focus settings and update lens firmware.

Focus Settings

For all lines of lenses, there are four categories for prime lenses and 16 categories (four options for focal length, four options for shooting distance) for zoom lenses available. These categories allow you to set certain focusing settings to better suit your personal shooting style.

Sports Line-Specific Settings

If using a Sports line lens, additional lens configurations are available: three different AF speed modes to modify how quickly the lens changes focus; the ability to constrain focus distances within a specific range to suit your personal shooting habits; and three Optical Stabilizer modes to suit the manner in which you are shooting.
UPC: 085126878627

Sigma 878205 Specs

CompatibilitySigma Global Vision lens with Sony A lens mount
Windows System RequirementsCore2Duo or faster processor
Windows 7 or 8
1 GB of available hard drive space or more
24-bit graphics card (approx. 16.7 million colors)
1024 x 768 or higher screen resolution
USB 1.1 as standard
Mac System RequirementsIntel processor with either Mac OS X 10.7 or 10.8
1 GB of RAM or more
1 GB of available hard drive space or more
24-bit graphics card (approx. 16.7 million colors)
1024 x 768 or higher screen resolution
USB 1.1 as standard
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.45 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)4.75 x 3.75 x 2.3"
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Is this necessary for my used Sigma A mount ...

Is this necessary for my used Sigma A mount 120-400mm? I have it adapted to my A7RII and noticed some off points while trying to get it to focus on closer subjects while shotting a professional soccer match. Could this be useful?
Asked by: Alexander
The Sigma USB Dock for Sony A-Mount Lenses will only work with Sigma Global Vision lenses. These are the Art, Sports or Contemporary lenses. Not with the Sigma 120mm-400mm lens that you have, because it was released in 2008, and it doesn't have the connectors for that dock.
Answered by: Lenny
Date published: 2019-05-14

Could this help with my Sigma a mount 120-400mm? ...

Could this help with my Sigma a mount 120-400mm? Noticed skmeissues with focussing when I shot a professional soccer match this weekend. I have it adapted to my A7RII (bought used and adapted cause of the affordability)
Asked by: Alexander
The Sigma USB Dock for Sony A-Mount Lenses will only work with Sigma Global Vision lenses. These are the Art, Sports or Contemporary lenses. Not with the Sigma 120mm-400mm lens released in 2008.
Answered by: Lenny
Date published: 2019-05-14

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Does it make sense to buy to upgrade firmware Sigma 18-35/1.8 for Sony? Or there was no update for this lens? I have it not work correctly through the LA-EA3 with A6300.
Asked by: Oleksandr K.
I don't think there is a firmware update for the Sony mount version of the 18-35mm f/1.8.However, you almost for sure need the dock to adjust your autofocus, because I have never heard of the 18-35 having perfect autofocus on a Sony camera yet. I had to do a lot of adjusting to get my focus correct.As for it not working with the la-ea3 and the a6300, I don't know if there is a fix for that.Good luck.
Answered by: Benjamin S.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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Is this compatible to Sony E Mount's Sigma 18-300mm lens?
Asked by: Jack L.
Thank you for your interest in Sigma product. As of now, Sigma doesn't make a USB dock nor an 18-300mm lens in E_mount. This product is compatible with Sigma SGV lenses for Sony A-mount.
Answered by: Ebi J. Sigma Expert
Date published: 2018-08-25

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dimension?
Asked by: Anonymous
The unit fits onto the end of your lens in place of the camera. It is smaller diameter than the 35 mm Sigma art lens, and although do not have it in front of me maybe an inch tall.
Answered by: Kevin M.
Date published: 2018-08-25
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