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SIGMA Introduces New 105mm F2.8 DG DN MACRO | Art Telephoto Macro Lens

Mid-telephoto macro lenses give photographers a boost to creativity and a versatile working distance, which makes the lenses a favorite among professionals as part of their basic gear. Introduced as the first macro lens for mirrorless cameras in the Art line of lenses for mirrorless cameras, the 105mm F2.8 DG DN MACRO | Art packs the highest level of performance expected of a mid-telephoto macro lens into its body, from its superb optical performance to excellent build quality.

Beyond being a high-spec macro lens that excels in a wide range of settings, the SIGMA105mm F2.8 DG DN MACRO | Art is ideal for macro shooting or portraits. It can also give photographers an opportunity to rediscover a new way of looking at or enjoying things such as unexpected beauty or something precious in everyday life through its perspective that is unique to a macro lens. It provides performance that goes far beyond the expectation or imagination of what a “classic mid-telephoto macro lens” can be.

The new 105mm F2.8 DG DN MACRO | Art is a medium telephoto macro lens which supports up to life-size 1:1 macro magnification by itself. The best-in-class image quality was achieved by the new design taking full advantage of the short flange focal distance of mirrorless camera system. The working distance, which is crucial to macro photography, is 141mm (at life-size magnification) at any focal point because the total length of the lens does not change even when focusing. In addition, the quick autofocus employing the Hyper Sonic Motor and the dust- and splash-proof structure back up shooting in any situation. It is available in the L-Mount and the Sony E-Mount. Here, we will introduce this lens in detail along with the sample images.

For more information visit

https://www.Sigma-Global.com/en/lenses/cas/product/art/a020_105_28/

 

 

 

 

 

Written by Jake Fruia

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