Sigma 50-100mm T2 High-Speed Zoom Lens (Canon EF, Feet)

BH #SI50100T2CEF • MFR #693966
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Sigma 50-100mm T2 High-Speed Zoom Lens (Canon EF, Feet)
Key Features
  • Covers Super 35mm Sensors
  • 28.4mm Image Circle
  • Internal Focus Design
  • 180° Focus Barrel Rotation
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The Sigma 50-100mm T2 Cine High-Speed Zoom Lens (Feet) with a Canon EF mount provides an image circle that covers Super 35mm-sized sensors. It features a maximum T-stop of 2, and the aperture does not ramp over the zoom range. It shares common lens gear positions with the other lens in the Sigma High Speed Zoom lineup, which makes for rapid lens changes.
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Sigma 50-100mm T2.0 (ft) Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Color Balance
  • 3Dust-Proof and Splash-Proof Design
  • 4All Metal Body Construction
  • 5Lens Markings
  • 6Lens Front
  • 7Lens Gears
  • 8Support Foot

The Sigma 50-100mm T2 Cine High-Speed Zoom Lens (Feet) with a Canon EF mount provides an image circle that covers Super 35mm-sized sensors. It features a maximum T-stop of 2, and the aperture does not ramp over the zoom range. It shares common lens gear positions with the other lens in the Sigma High Speed Zoom lineup, which makes for rapid lens changes.

The 9-bladed iris provides round out of focus highlights for a natural-looking bokeh. The lens barrel features 180° of rotation from close focus to infinity, and the zoom barrel rotates 160°, and the clickless iris ring features 60° of rotation. All three lens control rings are geared with cine-standard 0.8 Mod gears and the focus scale is marked in feet. The front of the lens is 95mm in diameter with a removable 1/4"-20 support foot that helps support the lens with the aid of a 1/4"-20 rod-mounted lens support (not included).

Color Balance

All the lenses in the lineup are designed to comply with SIGMA's CCI standard simplifying when intercutting between lenses.

Dust-Proof and Splash-Proof Design

Sharing the same dust-proof and splash-proof construction as the SIGMA 150-600mm F5-6.3 DG OS HSM|Sports, each ring and mount is sealed to prevent water and dust from entering.

All Metal Body Construction

The lens body is made completely of metal to stand up to the rigors of the production day.

Lens Markings

The main lens markings are in luminous paint for easy visibility in low light situations. The intermediate markings are laser-engraved for durability. The focus and zoom markings are readable from either side of the lens.

Lens Front

The lens features a 95mm front diameter for compatibility with a wide variety of matte boxes and incorporates an 82mm front filter thread.

Lens Gears

All three lens gears are standard 0.8 MOD and feature a damper that eliminates metallic sounds when you reach the end of the lens travel.

Support Foot

The lens includes a removable support foot.
UPC: 085126693664

Sigma 50-100mm T2.0 (ft) Specs

Focal Length50 to 100mm
Lens MountCanon EF
FormatSuper35/APS-C
Image Circle28.4 mm
Maximum T-StopT2
Minimum T-StopT16
Horizontal Angle of ViewSuper35: 27.6 to 14.0°
APS-C (1.5x): 26.7 to 13.5°
Minimum Focus DistanceFrom : 3.2' / 96.5 cm
Iris Blades9
Gear MOD & PitchFocus: 0.8 MOD / 32 Pitch
Iris: 0.8 MOD / 32 Pitch
Zoom: 0.8 MOD / 32 Pitch
Front Diameter95 mm
Filter Thread82 mm
Focus ScalesImperial
Focus Rotation180°
Iris Rotation60°
Zoom Rotation160°
Zoom Ratio1.94x
Electronic CommunicationYes
Tripod Mounting Thread1/4"-20 Female
Length6.9" / 175.2 mm
Weight4.15 lb / 1885 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight5.3 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)11.7 x 6.8 x 6.7"
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IF I buy in EF mount, can I change it the PL later on? How much would the switch be?
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Has anyone used this lens with a Metabones Ultra 0.71 on a GH5? What were your results? Was focus clear and stable throughout zoom range? Did you have any vignetting? Thank you!
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There is a typo in the first line of the description?
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