5 new Sigma lenses and 2 new DP cameras

Those new products from Sigma are expected to be released for PMA. I will post the direct link later today since I am hoping that some more info will be uploaded in the next few hours.

    DP1x

DP1x
Sigma annonce la sortie du nouveau compact numérique équipé d'un capteur 14 Mpix de taille reflex et du processeur "TRUE II".

    DP2S

DP2S
Sigma annonce la sortie d'un nouveau compact numérique
équipé d'un capteur de haute définition de 14 Mpixels de taille reflex.

  85mm F1,4 EX DG HSM

85mm F1,4 EX DG HSM
Téléobjectif à très grande ouverture

 70-200mm F2,8 EX DG OS HSM

70-200mm F2,8 EX DG OS HSM
Télézoom à grande ouverture est équipé du système de stabilisation optique Sigma OS "Optical Stabilizer".

 8-16mm F4,5-5,6 DC HSM

8-16mm F4,5-5,6 DC HSM
Premier zoom ultra grand angulaire pour reflex à disposer d'une focale de 8mm

17-50mm F2,8 EX DC OS HSM

17-50mm F2,8 EX DC OS HSM
Zoom standard à grande ouverture est équipé de la stabilisation optique Sigma OS

50-500mm F4,5-6,3 DG OS HSM

50-500mm F4,5-6,3 DG OS HSM
Ce nouveau télézoom x10, intègre le système de stabilisation optique Sigma Optical Stabilize

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  • Mike

    8-16! Wow. I guess now that NiCaTa have 10mm UW lenses Sigma must regain the title. 8 mm is actually wider on APS-C than 14 is on FF. But I’m not holding my breath. Sigma has a way of making things look good spec wise but fall short IQ wise.

    • Mistral75

      8-16mm is the APS-C equivalent of their FF ultrawide zoom (12-24mm).

      • Global

        Is this a Fisheye? It LOOKS like a fisheye zoom. And it looks cropped body format, not fullframe. I am not familiar with Sigma nomenclature though…..

        I feel doubtful its going to be a very good lens. Its not a constant lens. And it doesn’t even have SIgma’s gold line on it. While going wider than 14mm is intriguing, its still going to have tons of distortion and even with a 14-24, I rarely go below 16/17 because of the weirdness involved in perspective.

        Still, this lens might be great based on price alone. If one could buy it + the 16-35 f/4 (Nikon) for the same or a just a bit more than the 14-24 f2.8, unless you have serious low-light needs, this would be a great alternative.

  • JBL

    For those who might be wondering, here’s a translation:

    DP1x
    Sigma annonce la sortie du nouveau compact numérique équipé d’un capteur 14 Mpix de taille reflex et du processeur “TRUE II”.

    Sigma is announcing the arrival of a new digital compact camera equipped with a 14 megapixels reflex sized sensor (DX crop I guess) and the TRUE II processor.

    DP2S
    Sigma annonce la sortie d’un nouveau compact numérique
    équipé d’un capteur de haute définition de 14 Mpixels de taille reflex.

    Sigma is announcing the arrival of a new digital compact camera equipped with a high definition reflex sized sensor of 14 megapixels.

    85mm F1,4 EX DG HSM
    Téléobjectif à très grande ouverture

    Do I need to translate this one? Wide aperture telephoto

    70-200mm F2,8 EX DG OS HSM
    Télézoom à grande ouverture est équipé du système de stabilisation optique Sigma OS “Optical Stabilizer”.

    Wide aperture telephoto zoom equipped with the Sigma OS “Optical Stabilizer” optical stabilisation system.

    8-16mm F4,5-5,6 DC HSM
    Premier zoom ultra grand angulaire pour reflex à disposer d’une focale de 8mm

    First ultra wide angle zoom for reflex cameras with a focal length of 8mm (again is this for DX or FX?… probably DX.. damn looks like a fun lens to use)

    17-50mm F2,8 EX DC OS HSM
    Zoom standard à grande ouverture est équipé de la stabilisation optique Sigma OS

    Wide aperture standard zoom equipped with Sigma OS optical stabilisation.

    50-500mm F4,5-6,3 DG OS HSM
    Ce nouveau télézoom x10, intègre le système de stabilisation optique Sigma Optical Stabilizer

    This new 10x telephoto zoom integrates the “Sigma Optical Stabilizer” optical stabilisation system.

    • Adam

      Got to ask, what’s the difference between DP1x and DP2s?

      • traveller

        DP1x has a wide angle lens, DP2s has a normal lens.

  • Yury

    if nikon doesn’t introduce new 85/1.4 at PMA, i’ll buy that one!

  • Anonymous

    Why another 50-500 with the same specs as the old one?. Why not make it a 60-600 then or a 50-500/f4-5.6?. They already have a 50-500 and 150-500.

    • traveller

      The new version will have image stabilisation, one of the main drawbacks of the old model.

  • jsam

    Some think Sigma had lost its way. If they do all that, with OS, then the wide, the normal and that 50-500 may all be on my shopping list. Now if they could just OS the 50-150…

  • Anonymous

    i would rather see a 24mm 1.4 or an updated 24mm 1.8. Sigma really need to make allocate their resources to lens that matter more. Many of their lens are identical in uses. (3 versions of 17-50mm, 2 10-20mm, 2 24-70mm, 3 18-50mm, their are more) i am happy to see a 85 1.4

  • http://narai@hotmail.com samlee

    cool! Sigma is making a big move !! LOL

  • Anonymous

    Sigma 50-150 and sigma 70-200 now have Optical Stabilazer!!! greath difference.
    I hope small difference in price whit lens now in stock…

  • Lorenzo

    Nobody (but me) is laughing about the DP1+2-x = 0?
    C’mon, they had a winner idea years ago, and let the field to all other makers to build their mirrorless intercangeable systems …

  • jr
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