Sigma 150-600mm f/5-6.3 DG DN OS Sports Lens for Sony E

BH #SI150600SE • MFR #747965
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Key Features
  • E-Mount Lens/Full-Frame Format
  • Aperture Range: f/5 to f/22
  • Four FLD Elements, Two SLD Elements
  • Super Multi-Layer Coating
Ideal for wildlife, sports, landscapes, motorsports, and countless other photographic endeavors, the Sony E-mount 150-600mm f/5-6.3 DG DN OS Sports Lens from Sigma offers the features and image quality that professionals demand. This lens provides high rendering throughout the entire zoom range at all apertures, and ghosting, flare, and various types of aberrations are all well controlled. An updated and redesigned autofocus system offers both speed and precision by incorporating an AF actuator driven by a stepping motor, as well as a high-precision magnetic sensor. Optical image stabilization delivers approximately four stops of compensation, with two standard OS modes for both handheld shooting and panning situations. A new Zoom Torque switch gives users the option to adjust the level of zoom ring resistance from Lock (locked at the wide end for transport), Tight (prevents zoom creep), and Smooth (for easy, smooth zooming). Additional on-lens controls include a Focus Limiter switch, OS Mode switch, Custom switch for custom OS settings, and three customizable AFL buttons.
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Sigma 150-600mm f/5-6.3 DG DN OS Overview

Ideal for wildlife, sports, landscapes, motorsports, and countless other photographic endeavors, the Sony E-mount 150-600mm f/5-6.3 DG DN OS Sports Lens from Sigma offers the features and image quality that professionals demand. This lens provides high rendering throughout the entire zoom range at all apertures, and ghosting, flare, and various types of aberrations are all well controlled. An updated and redesigned autofocus system offers both speed and precision by incorporating an AF actuator driven by a stepping motor, as well as a high-precision magnetic sensor. Optical image stabilization delivers approximately four stops of compensation, with two standard OS modes for both handheld shooting and panning situations. A new Zoom Torque switch gives users the option to adjust the level of zoom ring resistance from Lock (locked at the wide end for transport), Tight (prevents zoom creep), and Smooth (for easy, smooth zooming). Additional on-lens controls include a Focus Limiter switch, OS Mode switch, Custom switch for custom OS settings, and three customizable AFL buttons.

As part of the Sigma Global Vision Sports line of lenses, the 150-600mm f/5-6.3 DG DN OS Sports Lens is specifically designed for everyday use in challenging conditions. A dust and splash resistant structure protects the lens against water and dust intrusion, and a water and oil repellant coating on the front element resists moisture and fingerprints. Barrel construction consists of aluminum and TSC (Thermally Stable Composite) for an ideal combination of toughness and improved portability. Additionally, a magnesium tripod socket with a removable Arca-type foot and 90° click stops provides a sturdy support option.

  • High optical performance with compact size and lightweight design
  • Updated optical design featuring 25 elements in 15 groups with 4 FLD and 2 ELD elements
  • High sharpness throughout the zoom range
  • Up to 4 stops of optical image stabilization correction with 2 selectable OS modes
  • Minimum focusing distance of 23 inches at 150mm focal length
  • 9-blade rounded diaphragm for smooth, natural-looking bokeh
  • High-speed, accurate autofocus utilizing stepping motor and high-precision magnetic sensor
  • High build quality with both aluminum and Thermally Stable Composite (TSC) components, contributing to its durability, lightness, and operational feel
  • Dust and splash-proof structure with a water and oil repellent front coating
  • Dual Action zoom supporting both zoom ring operation and push/pull zoom capability
  • New Zoom Torque switch allows user to select zoom resistance and lock the lens securely
  • Additional on lens-controls include OS Mode switch, Custom switch, Focus Limiter, and 3 customizable AFL buttons
  • Includes heavy-duty Tripod Socket TS-121 with Arca-type-compatible tripod foot
  • Compatible with separately purchased Sigma Tripod Socket TS-81
UPC: 085126747657

Sigma 150-600mm f/5-6.3 DG DN OS Specs

Focal Length150 to 600mm
Maximum Aperturef/5 to 6.3
Minimum Aperturef/22 to 29
Lens MountSony E
Format CompatibilityFull-Frame
Angle of View16.4° to 4.1°
Minimum Focus Distance22.8" / 58 cm
Maximum Magnification0.34x
Macro Reproduction Ratio1:2.9
Optical Design25 Elements in 15 Groups
Diaphragm Blades9, Rounded
Focus TypeAutofocus
Image StabilizationYes
Tripod CollarRemovable
Filter Size95 mm (Front)
Dimensions (ø x L)4.3 x 10.5" / 10.9 x 26.7 cm
Weight74.1 oz / 2.1 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight9 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)14 x 9 x 8"
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